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 Most Eligible LDS Bachelor Gets Married
The most eligible LDS bachelor, Steve Young was scheduled to get married today. Young was to marry girlfriend Barbara Graham in the new Kailua-Kona Temple in Hawaii. The location of the wedding had previously been kept secret to avoid publicity.

 Young Gets Married
It actually happened. Mormonism's most eligible bachelor, Steve Young, was married yesterday to former model and public relations professional Barbara Graham, 31, a summa cum laude graduate of Arizona State University. The marriage was solemnized in the Kailua-Kona LDS Temple, which the couple left about 3:15 p.m., and was followed by a reception featuring a luau, complete with roast pig and burning torches.

 Mormon On Death Row Seeks Stay Of Execution Today
Darrell Rich, who was raised a Mormon and who spent 22 years on San Quentin's Death Row, is scheduled to be executed today by lethal injection, if his final appeals don't stay the execution. Rich says he has changed since murdering four women and sexually brutalizing five more in 1977. And prison records bear out the fact that he has been a model prisoner. Rich says he has found his spiritual center and is deeply remourseful.

 LDS Student's Essay On Diversity In Christian Science Monitor
An LDS student from Westminister College in Salt Lake City had her essay on diversity published in the Christian Science Monitor. In the essay, Susan Starkweather says that attending a college where students had a wide variety of backgrounds helped her reexamine her own ideas and helped her to better understand tolerance.

 The orphans of Vladivostok
Rebecca Rasmussen, along with five other friends, took a trip to the edge of a frozen bay on the eastern tip of Russia to visit a town called Vladivostok, the very last stop on the Trans-Siberian Railroad. Packed tightly into their suitcases were toys and medicine and their purses were full of crisp, new $100 bills. They were representing the Mothers of Utah for the Children of Russia. This year-old organization was founded by a grass roots Cache Valley effort to help the orphanages and children's hospitals in a country that is full of the young victims of Russia's faltering economy.

 LDS Women Are Hawaii's 'Mothers of the Year'
Two LDS women have been named Hawaii's Mother of the Year and Young Mother of the Year by American Mothers, Inc. Chryl Chun, 44, of Wahiawa, Hawaii was chosen Mother of the Year while Susan Kunz of Laie, Hawaii was chosen Young Mother.

 Prominent LDS Architect Neil Astle Dies
Neil LaMonte Astle, 66, an award winning LDS architect who designed many well-known buildings in Utah, died March 13 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Astle's work includes buildings at the University of Utah, Weber State University, Salt Lake City College, and Snow College, as well as the Mormon Trail Center in Nebraska.

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