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  Mormon Explosives Chemist Melvin Cook Dies
LDS inventor and scientist Melvin A. Cook died Thursday at LDS Hospital from complications from surgery at age 89. Cook was a former professor of metallurgy at the University of Utah who invented so-called "slurry explosives," a safe, waterproof explosive widely used in mining. Cook was the father of U.S. Representative (R-Utah) Merrill A. Cook.

  An LDS Stake President on Judging
LDS Stake President Barry L. Griggs contributed a sermon to the Biloxi, Mississippi Sun Herald yesterday, teaching his community about the difficulty of judging others. In his essay, Griggs suggested that everyone judges others, in spite of the Bible's admonition to "Judge not, that ye be not judged," and suggests an attitude that can help.

  LDS City Managers strengthen faith at Ohio conference
For more than 30 years, Latter-day Saint public management professionals from across the nation have gathered together at the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) conference to exchange more than just business information. LDS city and county managers met recently in Cincinnati to attend the ICMA conference and to build on shared beliefs.

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