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July 12, 2020

Past News

Walmart reportedly launching Amazon Prime-like subscription service (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

Walmart is launching a subscription service similar to Amazon Prime this month, according to a report that sent the retailer’s stock soaring Tuesday. Its stock was up nearly 7% by the market’s close Tuesday, when shares were trading at $126, up from $118 the previous day.

Walmart quietly registers insurance business in its latest move into health care (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

Walmart is making yet another move in the health-care world: It’s getting into the insurance business.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES & THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS PARTNER TO FULFILL CORPORATE WORKS OF MERCY (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio and The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints have teamed up to deliver 40,000 pounds of food to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. The dry goods have been distributed through Catholic Charities’ Food for All, Refugee Resettlement, Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion programs.

Envoy Says U.S. Ready to Resume Nuclear Talks With North Korea (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

President Donald Trump’s point man to North Korea said Wednesday that the U.S. administration is ready to resume stalled nuclear negotiations despite the North’s repeated claims that it has no immediate intent for dialogue with Washington.

Looking back at the remarkable impact of Latter-day Saint women since the Restoration (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

Throughout the world’s history, women have been some of the strongest and most overlooked foundational influences in society. Yet, whether their lives have been recorded and their names etched in history’s memory or not, from the time of Adam and Eve, women have had a significant role in our Heavenly Father’s plan

Elder L. Whitney Clayton to speak in online spring semester commencement ceremony (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

We are pleased to announce that Brigham Young University-Idaho will broadcast an online commencement service to celebrate and recognize our Spring Semester 2020 graduates

Sister Betty Jo Jepsen, former counselor in the Primary general presidency, dies at age 79 (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

Sister Betty Jo Nelson Jepsen, who served in the Primary general presidency from 1988 to 1994, died July 4, 2020, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Learn about the unique history of the Auckland New Zealand Temple site (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

The groundbreaking for the Auckland New Zealand Temple was held on June 13, 2020, and members in the area are looking forward to the day when the building will be complete.

BYU professors design Bluetooth stethoscope to keep health care practitioners safe amid COVID-19 (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

Two BYU professors have designed a Bluetooth stethoscope that lets health care workers listen to a patient’s heart and lungs from a distance — allowing them to wear personal protective equipment and stay safe while assessing someone who may have COVID-19.

Brooks Brothers files bankruptcy to aid sale (Thursday 9 July, 2020)

Brooks Brothers, the United States’ oldest men’s apparel company, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Delaware on Wednesday.

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