Daily Archives: April 4, 2019

BYU students planning sit-in to urge honor code reform

A group of Brigham Young University students are hoping that a social media campaign and a planned sit-in will urge the university to adjust its honor code.

BYU students planning sit-in to urge honor code reform

Provo’s new city hall project starting, contractors and architect coming on board

Scott Henderson, director of Provo’s parks and recreation department, has been given an additional assignment by Mayor Michelle Kaufusi.

Provo’s new city hall project starting, contractors and architect coming on board

LDS Church reverses policy banning children of LGBT couples from baptism

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Thursday that effective immediately, children of LGBT couples may be baptized without needed approval from the First Presidency.

LDS Church reverses policy banning children of LGBT couples from baptism

Chemistry between two faiths: BYU professors say religious differences deepen, not divide, their relationship

The recent dedication of the Rome Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the March 9, meeting of Pope Francis and President Russell M. Nelson was of particular interest to Julie and Steven Goates of Orem.

Chemistry between two faiths: BYU professors say religious differences deepen, not divide, their relationship

Chemistry between two faiths: BYU professors say religious differences deepen, not divide, their relationship

The recent dedication of the Rome Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the March 9, meeting of Pope Francis and President Russell M. Nelson was of particular interest to Julie and Steven Goates of Orem.

Chemistry between two faiths: BYU professors say religious differences deepen, not divide, their relationship

LDS Church’s April conference expected to bring more changes, adjustments

As the 189th Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints approaches, members of the faith are preparing not only to hear from their leaders, but are anticipating more adjustments in church policy, procedure and culture.

LDS Church’s April conference expected to bring more changes, adjustments

Vineyard Planning Commission advances plans for proposed LDS stake center

The rapidly growing city of Vineyard has had only one LDS chapel building at the very southern edge of the city by the Sleepy Ridge Golf Course, which is in Orem. On Wednesday, the city’s Planning Commission took up the…

Vineyard Planning Commission advances plans for proposed LDS stake center

Utah Film Festival honors Utah talent, brings premieres from across the globe to Provo

Though it’s pretty common knowledge that Utah, the Beehive State, has “the best snow on Earth” and is home to five national parks, it’s slightly less realized just how much talent comes out of the state, from music to dance,…

Utah Film Festival honors Utah talent, brings premieres from across the globe to Provo