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Emotions Surface as New Museum Opens

News Story — 14 March 2008

When Lynn Stowell, a volunteer guide at Saturday’s opening of the new Northwest African American Museum, helped a man find information about his grandfather, the man wept. Such was the very personal response among some of the guests.

Richard E. Turley Jr. Named Assistant Church Historian and Recorder

News Story — 12 March 2008

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints today named Richard E. Turley Jr. as the new assistant Church historian and recorder, signaling another step forward in its commitment to collect, preserve and publish Church historical records.

New Zealanders Spruce Up Neighborhoods

News Story — 12 March 2008

Over 5,000 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their neighbors joined together on Saturday in a nationwide day of service to improve and beautify neighborhoods.

Young Australian Mormons Clean Up Sydney Park

News Story — 10 March 2008

As the Southern Hemisphere’s summer comes to a close, most Australians like to make the most of warm, sunny days — like last Saturday. They will trek to the beach or find some other way to enjoy the outdoors.

Open House and Dedication Dates Announced for Panama and Brazil Temples

News Story — 10 March 2008

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced on Saturday the dates for public open houses prior to the dedications of new temples in Curitiba, Brazil, and Panama City, Panama.

As Morality in Media Falls, Parents Should Do More, Network Founder Tells NPR

News Story — 10 March 2008

In an interview with National Public Radio recently, philanthropist Sheila Johnson said that moral standards in the media were declining and that parents needed to step up.

Church Releases New Official Portrait of First Presidency

News Story — 7 March 2008

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released today the official portrait of the new First Presidency.

Volunteers Help Restore Town Hit by Earthquake

News Story — 5 March 2008

Over 300 Mormon volunteers endured a whiteout snowstorm on Saturday as they helped residents repair their town following a series of earthquakes. After an initial 6.0 quake 12 days ago, several aftershocks have hit the town, damaging homes and other buildings.

Choir Director Resigns, Interim Director Named

News Story — 4 March 2008

Craig Jessop, renowned music director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, has resigned from his assignment after over a decade of outstanding service with the choir.

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