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1 hr ago | Deseret News
The Days of '47 Parade - known previously as both Pioneer Days and Covered Wagon Days - was first held in 1849, and has continued since that time, celebrating the 1847 arrival of the Mormon pioneers in the Salt Lake Valley.
1 hr ago | Deseret News
The first company of Mormon pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley at the end of July 1847, blazing - and sometimes quite literally building - the trail for thousands of pioneers to follow.
4 hrs ago | Examiner.com
There is an odd dichotomy occurring today in America: we have a very public Mormon taking a very public stand against saving the lives of helpless, innocent children.
5 hrs ago | West Australian
Criminal charges were filed Wednesday against six people in what authorities said was a global cyber-crime ring that created fraudulent e-tickets for major concerts and sporting events.
6 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Fire crews were at the mercy of both nature and humankind as they braced for what could be a hellish Pioneer Day throughout Utah.
6 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times
On a sunny Saturday morning in April, more than two dozen men, women, and children march up Central Avenue, on the final stretch of the Pride parade.
6 hrs ago | GalleyCat
Grove Atlantic has acquired Kevin Morris ' collection of stories White Man's Problems , along with a novel that Morris is currently working on.
11 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir was joined by a special guest at its Pioneer Day Concert over the weekend.
13 hrs ago | The Arbiter
"The Book of Mormon" is coming to the Morrison Center in July of next year, to the delight of many theater-goers and the suspicion of those that hold the Latter Day Saint religion close to their hearts.
17 hrs ago | Deseret News
A team of editors have compiled a new book titled, "The Mormon Wars," which contains essays describing the early persecutions of the LDS Church.
The Church of Latter Day Saints will partner with the Tongan Government to build 116 homes and repair 61 damaged homes.
As Pioneer Day approaches, Utah tends to remember only those Mormon settlers who survived on boiled mush, sour weeds or - in some cases - nothing at all as they crossed the Western plains.
SALT LAKE CITY Green Flake was in the vanguard company of Mormon pioneers in 1847, driving a wagon into the Salt Lake Valley with LDS prophet Brigham Young, who famously declared Utah to be the right place to build Zion.
According to Waikato Times , the Daniels sisters were raised members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their mother has two rules for them: They can't train on Sunday and they can't fight each other.
Miranda Wilcox is an associate professor of English at Brigham Young University where she teaches medieval literature and researches the religious culture of Anglo-Saxon England.
Anticipation is building in Ogden as finishing touches are being put on the renovated temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
President Henry B. Eyring, first Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, stands outside the Salt Lake Temple.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 08:28 pm
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