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  Steve May becomes Public Face to 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
As his expulsion from the US Army Reserves approaches, Lt. Steve May has become the 'poster child' for the problems with the Clinton administration's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. May, who grew up in an Arizona Mormon family, had an unblemished career in the Army and stellar reviews from his superiors before his homosexuality became public in a debate in the Arizona House, where May has served since his election in 1998.

  Mormon Cowboy Selected for Cowboy Hall of Fame
Earl Bascom has become the first Mormon inducted into the Cowboy Memorial Museum, located in Caliente California. Paul de Fonville, director of the museum, called Bascom "one of the great pioneers of rodeo -- a cowboy through and through."

  Mormon Bishop Among Those That Deal with Science and Religion
The challenge to practice core values and beliefs, amid the workplace demands of an ever increasing materialistic world, is a painful dilemma that crosses many religious boundaries and business professions. Religious beliefs and workplace values can often clash. Yet for many, the framework of faith provides an opportunity to make better employees and managers.

  Cardston Man Finds Natural Bipolar Cure
When four family members have the same nervous system disorder, it's enough to convince someone that something needs to be done. This is exactly what happened to Anthony Stephen.

  Newlyweds Die in Tragic Accident
Derek and Bev Tilson were very happy to see their middle son Colin marry Mary Ellingson, the third of eleven children born to John and Janice Ellingson of Pincher Creek, AB.

  Special Family History Fireside Features Genealogy Author Smolenyak
All are invited to a special family history (genealogy) fireside, "The Thin Veil", at the Suitland Maryland Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 5300 Auth Road, Camp Springs, MD. on Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 7 p.m. . The fireside features best-selling author, Megan Smolenyak.

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