Articles of News/Week of January 28th


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Larry H. Miller Group to begin search for a new CEO

The Larry H. Miller Group is starting the process of searching for a new CEO. Gail Miller, chairman and owner of the group, announced Tuesday that Clark Whitworth is stepping down after 31 years with the organization, the last four of which he served as CEO, to serve as a mission president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Two rare LDS books still missing after man pleads guilty to stealing from BYU library

A self-proclaimed Latter-day Saint antiquities dealer pleaded guilty last week to stealing eight books and a historic picture from the Brigham Young University library.

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Elder Corbridge addresses students on avoiding personal deception

Elder Lawrence E. Corbridge, a General Authority Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, began his Jan. 22 devotional by saying he had wanted to give a different talk to the students but the Spirit repeatedly directed him to give a revised message.

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Family of Murdered Latter-day Saint Realtor Testifies of Eternal Families and the Power of Prayer

“We know we will see him again someday and that families are forever,” the Stokoe family said in a statement after David Stokoe’s body was found hidden in an apartment he owned.

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Knights of the Crystal Blade: Cultists used social media to spread doomsday revelations

Eugene Richardson is a Mormon fundamentalist who lives on a very lonely patch of desert about 45 minutes west of Cedar City. He lives in a small trailer on 80 acres of sand and sagebrush surrounded by miles more of the same. It’s a quiet and beautiful stretch of solitude, bordered on the north by the Wah Wah Mountains, with flat vistas to the west where one is likely to see more dust devils than cars moving along the horizon.

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Legacy of the LDS Church at the U

In the fall semester of 2018, the Institute of Religion at the University of Utah, (which is referred to as the institute for the remainder of this article), had an enrollment of 4,000 students from the U. The institute, a program headed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) is the is the primary center of Mormon culture on campus.

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