Daily Archives: April 6, 2019

LDS leaders urge members to love others, not be concerned with the world’s view of the faith

The packed LDS Conference Center in Salt Lake City Saturday morning had a palpable excitement as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were ready to hear messages and announcements from their leaders.

LDS leaders urge members to love others, not be concerned with the world’s view of the faith

Saratoga Springs police ask public for help finding missing teenager

Officers with the Saratoga Springs Police Department are looking for a missing teenager who never arrived at a family member’s home in Salt Lake City earlier in the week.

Saratoga Springs police ask public for help finding missing teenager

‘Queer Eye’ star France bridges divides on TV, in real life

SALT LAKE CITY — The Netflix show “Queer Eye “ caught on by doing something unusual: creating reality TV that touches on some of the country’s deepest divides with persistent optimism.

‘Queer Eye’ star France bridges divides on TV, in real life

Pleasant Grove woman dies after living two weeks in ‘horrendous’ conditions

A Pleasant Grove man is facing felony charges after paramedics found he, his mother and four dogs living in “horrendous” conditions inside a trailer in Pleasant Grove.

Pleasant Grove woman dies after living two weeks in ‘horrendous’ conditions

Latter-day Saint curriculum changes to bring a ‘new balance’ in members’ home study versus church meetings

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are not only reaching outwardly to teach the world, but they are reaching inward to church members and asking them to gain more knowledge and stronger testimonies.

Latter-day Saint curriculum changes to bring a ‘new balance’ in members’ home study versus church meetings

American Fork teen creates website to make asking others to dances easier

Hannah Rogers hates seeing her friends not go to school dances.

American Fork teen creates website to make asking others to dances easier

Worship services for April 7

Lutheran Church

Worship services for April 7

Vaccine wars: Social media battle outbreak of bogus claims

SAN FRANCISCO — Like health officials facing outbreaks of disease, internet companies are trying to contain vaccine-related misinformation they have long helped spread. So far, their efforts at quarantine are falling short.

Vaccine wars: Social media battle outbreak of bogus claims

Utah officials not ready to declare end to drought

SALT LAKE CITY — Water officials are not quite ready to declare an end to the drought in Utah, even though the state has its deepest snowpack in years.

Utah officials not ready to declare end to drought