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For week ended November 14, 1999 Posted 24 Feb 2001
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Perth Australia Temple ground breaking

It is now fairly widely known that the ground breaking for the Perth Temple will take place on the 20th November, and will be attended by invited guests only.

Fukuoka Japan Temple now has an Angel

The statue of the Angel Moroni was placed atop the Fukuoka, Japan temple on Nov 8th Mon.

Landmark to most, temple is sanctuary for area's Mormons

The 25th anniversary of the dedication of the Washington D.C. Temple is approaching on November 19th, and the Washington D.C. area Journal suburban papers have investigated the effect that the building has had on both members and non-members in the area. In the past 25 years, the first LDS temple in the U.S. east of the Mississippi River has become an area landmark, continually referred to on traffic reports and in news reports.

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Gardner pleads no contest

LDS Church member and Utah County Commissioner David J. Gardner pleaded no contest on Friday, ending nine months of legal uncertainty and positioning. In the March 22nd incident that led to the plea, Gardner lost control of his car, ended up in a field which his car set on fire, and burned his feet trying to stomp out the flames. Blood-alcohol tests showed that Gardner was over the legal limit.

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Will LDS politician enter plea today? (Gardner ready to agree to a plea?)

Ahead of a trial scheduled for today, Utah County Commissioner David J. Gardner may cut a plea bargain. Gardner's attorney has been intently discussing with prosecutors a plea for the LDS Church member, who is facing drunk driving charges. The plea would save both Gardner and the County a potentially embarrassing trial.

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Mission Pals in trouble for Land deals (Supervisor Stapley insists he's done no wrong)

A three-year investigation into the possible illegal land-splitting deal among two former missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has targeted Don Stapley, currently Maricopa County Supervisor, and Duke Coley and Wilford Cardon. The three have been longtime friends.

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'Sterile'Mormon city rated paradise to live in

Every two years, the "Places Rated Almanac" looks at more than 350 cities and compares the cost of living, employment levels, transport, health services, crime levels, arts and recreation, and climate. Salt Lake City did not come out on top in any single category, but was in the top half in all categories, except cost of living, thus giving it the top ranking. Washington, D. C., even with all its inner-city problems, was ranked second and Seattle WA third.

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