Summarized by Janus Wilkinson
Mormon Parowan Roots Explored
PAROWAN, UTAH -- Carol Wright, a 94-year-old Utah resident is
highlighted in this article. Wright, who lives in Parowan, a
community settled in 1861, thereby making it one of Utah's oldest
towns has a sourdough starter that has been used for over 100 years.
The starter has been used all over the country, including being used
in the Governor's mansion in Utah.
The article also spotlights other famous Parowan residents, such as
Olympic star Alma Richards who became the first Utahan to win an
Olympic gold medal.
Bread Leaven Keeps Feeding Parowan Souls
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