Articles of News/Week of January 30th

By January 30, 2018Articles

Women’s Stretch Cotton Garments

THE STRETCH COTTON garment for women answers a need identified through extensive research: that of a comfortable, close-fitting garment made of breathable fabric. Stretch Cotton fabric is a blend of 95% cotton and 5% spandex, combining breathability with four-way stretch for maximum comfort. Stretch polyester mesh side panels dry quickly and help deliver airflow.

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New organist to accompany the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Ten years since the last auditions were held, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has announced a new Tabernacle organist.

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Church takes down roadside banner using image from Manchester Arena attack after it’s branded ‘insensitive scaremongering’

A church which used an image of the Arena bomb to advertise services has taken down a huge banner after a ‘disgusted’ survivor complained.

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Elder Uchtdorf’s New Assignments Announced

Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf has recently received several new assignments following his service as the second counselor in the First Presidency.

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Is the Ainge family still pining for a Mitt Romney presidency?

Mitt Romney made another rare public appearance at a Utah tech conference last Friday, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. Deflecting questions about his widely expected Senate run, the former Massachusetts governor was reportedly interrupted during an onstage interview by yells from people in the crowd.

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Netanyahu Told Pence There Are 11 U.S. Towns Named Jerusalem. There Aren’t

Israeli prime minister says there are 11 towns in the United States named after the biblical city. But whoever googled them for him didn’t notice that some are just empty spots on a map

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Petition to change Mormon bishops’ interviews of kids tops 11,000 signatures; activists call for practice to end ‘immediately, today’

A petition campaign demanding a halt to the LDS Church’s practice of closed-door, one-on-one interviews by bishops with children — sometimes including inquiries about sexual matters — had collected 11,493 signatures as of Thursday.

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LDS Church expanding suicide-prevention website

The LDS Church is expanding its suicide prevention resources, Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles said Wednesday at the Utah State Capitol.

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Senator compares Trump to Stalin, invokes LDS hymn

Senator Jeff Flake. R-Arizona, took his rhetorical battle against President Donald Trump to a new level Thursday morning as he took to the Senate floor and compared Trump to one of the world’s most notorious dictators: Joseph Stalin.

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Senator compares Trump to Stalin, invokes LDS hymn