| Teen Sentenced In Tragic Taber, Alberta High School Shootings|
|The teen who shot two students, killing one,
eight days after the 1999 Columbine tragedy, plead guilty Friday to one
count of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder, and was
sentenced to three years in prison, on top of the 18 months he has already
served. The sentence closes the tragic Taber, Alberta case, which struck
this heavily Mormon town over a year ago.
| Judy Paroled; No Longer A Threat To LDS Leaders|
|Cody Robert Judy, the man who held President
Howard W. Hunter and a crowd of 17,000 people hostage with what he
claimed was a bomb, is out on parole seven years after the incident.
Judy was released from the Utah State Prison Tuesday after serving
the seven years as part of a 15 year sentence.
| LDS Writer Gives Thanksgiving Thoughts In LA Times|
|LDS writer Kathleen Lubeck Peterson again
shared her thoughts in the Orange County edition of the Los Angeles
Times, telling her neighbors about her family's history and how that
history frames Thanksgiving for her.
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