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September 21, 2020

Past News

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints delivers food to Greater Opportunities (Friday 18 September, 2020)

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is distributing food throughout the state to ensure those in need are fed amidst the pandemic.

Flooding, curfews, power outages across Southeast after Hurricane Sally (Friday 18 September, 2020)

Thousands in coastal Alabama and the Florida Panhandle began recovering from Hurricane Sally on Thursday after the storm caused extensive damage and is believed responsible for at least one death.

Barr Defends Right to Intervene in DOJ Investigations, Warns of Abuses by ‘Headhunter’ Prosecutors (Friday 18 September, 2020)

Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday defended his right to intervene in Justice Department probes and overrule the decisions of career lawyers after facing accusations over the last several months that he has politicized the department.

Hurricane Sally deluges U.S. Gulf Coast; missionaries, members reported safe (Friday 18 September, 2020)

It was an anniversary no one on the east end of the U.S. Gulf Coast wanted to celebrate or relive.

New info emerges on poisoning of Russia opposition leader Alexei Navalny (Friday 18 September, 2020)

New details emerged Thursday about the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, including video from inside his hotel room purportedly taken just after the attack.

The story of the Kia Ngawari Trust: How these amateur historians amassed a national treasure (Friday 18 September, 2020)

n 1996, native New Zealander Rangi Parker sat in the Alpine, Utah, home of Paul Mendenhall, who had served as both a young missionary and mission president in her beloved homeland

Hawaii tentatively reopening to tourists October 15 (Friday 18 September, 2020)

Here we go again. Again. Since June, Hawaii has been going back and forth on its decision-making around allowing tourists to return without a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Having announced target dates for reopening three previous times.

Update: Salta Argentina Temple groundbreaking postponed (Friday 18 September, 2020)

The groundbreaking for the Salta Argentina Temple, the third temple for the South American country, has been postponed until November, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Sept. 17.

How Latter-day Saints are leaving deep bootprints at storied West Point (Friday 18 September, 2020)

It’s famously called “The Long Gray Line” — that symbolic continuum binding graduates and cadets of the United States Military Academy.

Church Of Latter-Day Saints Gives Big Donation To Organization Supporting Foster Children (Friday 18 September, 2020)

There are bins of school supplies, racks of clothes, shoes and toys. They are all items Foster Love Project gives to children who are transitioning to foster care.


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