LDS Church Makes Changes For Temple Worker Guidelines

August 25, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) The leadership of the LDS Church is now revising its policies involving older single men and divorced members serving as volunteers at Mormon temples.  Men over  30 years old that have never married will be allowed to volunteer.  The Church also eliminated any waiting periods for divorcees to serve as...

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Sen. Lee: GOP Senators Shouldn’t Question Trump’s Leadership

August 25, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) Utah Senator Mike Lee is coming to the defense of President Trump amid his ongoing battle with Republican members of Congress.  In an interview at the Utah Solutions Summit, the  2 term senator said “I don’t think senators, especially Republican senators, at this point have any business preaching to the...

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Zinke: No National Monuments Eliminations

August 24, 2017
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(Utah) Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says he will recommend that none of the 27 monuments under review by the Trump administration be eliminated.  However, one of the two monuments in Utah may shrink in its size.  According to the “New York Times,” parts of the Bears Ears National Monument may opened for possible mining...

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Gun Enthusiasts Opposing Conceals Carry Fee

August 24, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) Dozens of gun enthusiasts will be at the State Capitol today to protest a recent fee increase for concealed carry permits in Utah.  Both the NRA and the Utah Shooting Sports Council says the $20 increase circumvented the Legislature, not giving lawmakers a chance to debate and vote on the...

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Evidence Hearing For Man Accused Of Filming Girl’s Suicide

August 23, 2017
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(Utah County, UT)  —  A 2 day hearing has started in the case of an 18 year old  man charged with murder after investigators say he filmed the suicide of a girl who killed herself in Payson Canyon.  According to prosecutors, Tyrell Przybycien bought the rope and other items used by the 16 year...

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Utah Won’t Appeal Drug Database Ruling

August 23, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes will not appeal a federal judge’s ruling giving the DEA access to the state’s controlled substances database.  In a written statement, Reyes expressed his disappointment over the judge’s decision, but says the Attorney General’s Office is working with the DEA to ensure patient records...

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