Mormons help Salt Lake City respond quickly after tornado
Most cities at least know what to do even if
are not prepared for the disasters common to their areas. Much of
knows what to do in an earthquake and midwestern cities like Tulsa know
about tornados. But in spite of its relative lack of knowledge about
Salt Lake City handled Wednesday's disaster remarkably well.
Layden thanks Mormon people (The great goodbye)
After 18 years with the Utah Jazz, Scott Layden has left to work for
the New York Knicks. But Layden is leaving with kind words of thanks
for members of the LDS Church. His words were meant for "particularly
the people of the Mormon faith," whom he credited for teaching him
values and how to raise a family.
For better, but usually for worse, highways shape a city's destiny
This article appeared in the Sunday paper of the San Diego Union
Tribune. It is located on the front page of Section H. The article
covers three pages.
Sunday casual? Folks are dressing down to go to church
Even 50 years ago, the standard for dress for all churches in
America was traditional formal business/social attire. But in this era of
everyday casual, does anybody dress up for church anymore?
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