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Liz Smith on Donny Osmond (On Being an Osmond)

"Life Is Just What You Make It: My Story So Far", an autobiography by Donny Osmond has recently been released by Hyperion and is available on local bookshelves.

She sees Kapolei's needs, answers them

Paula Loring suffers from Scheie's syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that has affected her vision, hearing and heart. Even though Loring, 53, is basically confined to her Kumu Iki Village home in Kapolei, Hawaii, she has started a neighborhood watch, PTA, family center, park and more.

LDS dean appointed to religious freedom panel

LDS member Michael K. Young has been appointed to the newly formed United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. Young is the dean of George Washington School of Law and a member of the McLean Ward in the McLean Virginia Stake.

Mormon church leader, Jack Hall, dies at age 63

Former Tallahassee Stake President Jack Hall, 63, died Thursday, June 17th following a four-year battle with cancer.

LDS Dad contributes where it matters most (A dad for all seasons)

LDS Church member and father Dan Forester is loved by his family. Forester, a freelance video editor helps his children, sings to them, helps his daughter with her homework, and provides a lap for cuddling. But Forester is a little unusual as a father because he has spinal muscular atrophy which confines him to a wheelchair.

L. Hutchings, artist, author, church leader

Internationally renown artist, author, and church leader, LaVere Hutchings, 8l, of Jamestown died Thursday at Sonora Community Hospital.

The story of a man named Brady

While he changed careers, went to medical school and completed a residency, Brady Benham has managed to stay involved in his children's lives. Benham, 41, a member of the LDS Church, makes time in his demanding residency to be involved with all eight of his children, coaching one son's flag football team, serving as scoutmaster, taking another to an amusement park, rewarding others with treats after chores or their piano lessons.

Donny Osmond reveals his dark -- shaded, really--side

A thousand mostly die-hard Osmond fans thronged this week to the Bookends Bookstore in Ridgewood, New Jersey where Donny Osmond kicked off a national tour to promote his new book, "Life Is Just What You Make It: My Story So Far."

Other Articles about People

She sees

Honolulu HI Star-Bulletin 14Jun99

Priest Has Spent Nearly 57 Years Spreading

Los Angeles Times 19Jun99

Censored grad speech

Walnut Creek CA Contra Costa Times 19Jun99

Mormon church leader, Jack Hall,

Tallahassee FL Democrat 19Jun99

BYU Prof Will Play a Key Role Tracking The

Salt Lake Tribune 19Jun99

BYU professor is flying high over new weather

Deseret News 19Jun99

Donny Osmond reveals his dark -- shaded,

Bergen co NJ Record 19Jun99

L. Hutchings, artist, author, church leader

Modesto CA Bee 20Jun99

A dad for all seasons

Los Angeles Times 19Jun99

COLUMN ONE: Bringing Special Ed to the Fold

Los Angele Times 16Jun99

LDS dean appointed to religious freedom

LDS Church News 19Jun99

Visitors center director called

LDS Church News 19Jun99

The story of a man named Brady

Allentown PA Morning Call 20Jun99

On Being an Osmond

(Long Island) NY Newsday 20Jun99

Father's Day

Deseret News 19Jun99

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