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Posted 09 Apr 2001   For week ended April 6, 2001
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Mormon Candidate Loses in Nauvoo, Margin Makes Registration Complaints Moot
Don Capener, an LDS man seeking to be elected the first Mormon mayor of Nauvoo in more than 20 years lost his challenge to incumbent Tom Wilson, giving Wilson his third term in office. Wilson's margin of victory made moot the charges that some LDS Church members, apparently those temporarily in Nauvoo working on severa LDS Church projects, were not allowed to register to vote.

Protestants, Catholics, and Latter-day Saints Declared 'Totalitarian Sects' in Novosibirsk
All Russian Orthodox parishes and groups have cancelled applications to participate in the annual Siberian religious fair, stating "The decision not to participate in any way in the events along with members of totalitarian sects was evoked by the fact that this undoubtedly would be viewed as our recognition of these sects and approval of them."

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