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Neon Museum gets OK to expand to unused Vegas cultural site
The Neon Museum is preparing to double in size by expanding across Las Vegas Boulevard with a $1-a-year lease for a shuttered cultural center dating to the early 1960s.
Missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints passes away in Mexico
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on Sunday morning, released information about a young missionary, that passed away while serving his mission.
Pipe Spring National Monument: Paiutes, Mormons, And Stephen Mather
Water defines the arid West. Sporadic and intermittent water – think flash floods, freeze/thaw and steady erosion – sculpts the landscape, but it takes permanent water to create conditions for human settlement. At Pipe Spring National Monument in northern Arizona, the Park Service has done an exemplary job of telling the human water story from three perspectives: Paiutes, the original inhabitants; Mormons, a big wave of Anglo settlers that stayed; and the U.S. government.
Mormon church opposes LGBT nondiscrimination measure
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced its opposition Monday to a comprehensive nondiscrimination bill that faces long odds in Congress, saying the legislation doesn’t “meet the standard of fairness for all,” contending it would strip key religious freedom protections.