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Posted 27 Feb 2001   For week ended February 9, 2001
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LDS Members, Leaders Helping in Wake of Tragic Murder-Suicide
LDS Church members and local leaders are helping a family of at least four children in the wake of the tragic murder-suicide of their mother and her live-in boyfriend. Joseph Bailey, 44, a police officer in Anaheim, called 911 Monday morning to report that he had killed his wife and wanted to kill himself. By the time police arrived at the couple's home, he was also dead.

BYU Professor Requires Students to 'Enter, Learn, and Serve'
"Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve" is the motto BYU proclaims for its students at the campus main entrance. For one BYU professor, the time at BYU for his students is going to be a time to both learn AND serve.

Mormon Roots of the Historic Kimball Hotel
The Park City Record Saturday looked at the history of the Kimball Hotel, one of the oldest buildings in Utah's Summit County. The Hotel was originally built in 1862 by William H. Kimball, son of Heber C. Kimball, and was owned by his family for many years. Although it has not been protected by historic status, the hotel is still well-preserved and is now a private home.

BYU to Cancel Classes Four Days During 2002 Winter Olympics
President Merrill J. Bateman announced today that Brigham Young University will cancel classes for four days during the second week of the Winter Olympics. The university is adjusting Winter Semester 2002 to make up the cancelled days, which will run Feb. 19-22.

The Surprising Path to Joy: President H. Ross Workman of Hawaii Mission Speaks at BYU-Hawaii Devotional
President H. Ross Workman, of the Hawaii, Honolulu, Mission, outlined "the surprising path to joy" in a devotional address at BYU-Hawaii Feb.8.

Registration underway for 2001 BYU Women's Conference
Women--and men--age 16 or older may register on-line and by phone for the 2001 Women's Conference, scheduled for May 3 and 4 at Brigham Young University.

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