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  BYU Requires Letter of Explanation from Julie
BYU Student Julie Stoffer, who appears in the current season of MTV's "The Real World," is writing a letter to BYU at its request, detailing "when were boys in my bedroom, till what time, what went on." The letter will help BYU determine whether Julie can return to BYU in the Fall.

  LDS Mission Influenced Late LDS Civil Rights Pioneer
His experiences as an LDS missionary shaped the future for a man who became a Utah pioneer for civil rights. 72 year old Adam "Mickey" Duncan passed away in May of this year.

  Former Provo Mayor and LDS Mission President George M. Hinckley Dead
George Marion Hinckley, cousin to LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley, died Sunday, July 2nd at his home in Provo. Hinckley was a former mayor of Provo, Utah, LDS stake president and mission president of the Colorado-New Mexico Mission. He was 91.

  Missionary Couple Tends Isolated Farm
Clair and Beth Huff have what must be one of the most unusual mission calls in church history: they works with pheasants, doves, geese, and ducks. Wearing his boots, blue jeans, baseball cap and missionary name tag, the couple manage a private hunting preserve along the shores of Utah Lake.

  Latter-day Saint Fights Anorexic Clinic
It wasn't long before Gay Pankhurst found herself out of a job when she filed a complaint against her employer with health authorities.

  Bishop Conducts Funeral of Officer and Nephew
It's never easy being a Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Even more so is the responsibility of officiating at funerals of past ward members. Especially when it's your nephew.

  LDS Teen Comic Gets Big Break
For two weeks now, Gavin Crawford, 19, and a Lethbridge expatriate has been running his own comedy show on the Comedy Network.

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