ALL the News about
Mormons, Mormonism
and the LDS Church
Mormon News: All the News about Mormons, Mormonism and the LDS Church
For week ended Sep 5, 1999 Posted 5Sep99
Site Index Mormon Groups Local News Other Mormon Churches Internet People Business Sports Arts & Entertainment Politics Media Attention Service History & Scripture Finance & Legal Stake & Local CES/BYU/SVC Missions & Temples General Authorities Churchwide News Upcoming Events Home Site Index Archives



Mormon News By E-Mail!
About Mormon News by E-mail


List Rules

List Archives

About Mormon News

Reporting Bad Links

Finding Bad Links
News about People

Mormon helps bring Waco back to spotlight (Tenacity of 2 Played a Role in Reviving Inquiry on Waco)

A Colorado Mormon is one of two men who have waged a quest to discredit the official account of what happened at the 1993 standoff between Federal agents and the Branch Davidian sect in Waco, Texas. Michael McNulty, along with non-Mormon David Hardy, has refused to give up a quest to prove that Federal agents were to blame for the deaths of about 80 people in Waco.

Revelation opens door to priesthood for Gahannaman

This article discusses from a non-member point of view, how the 1978 relation on extending the priesthood to all worthy men has affected the life of Ernest Evans family of Gahanna, Ohio, including Bro. Evansí ordination in 1983, which would not have been possible five years earlier because of his race.

Pioneers, Polygamy, Politics Entwined in Hatch's Roots

While George W. Bush pussyfoots around his activities with drugs in his younger days, presidential candidate Orrin Hatch has no problem bringing his skeletons out of the closet. Hatch's great-great-grandfather and great-grandfather were polygamists, a fact that may endear him to his LDS constituency, but won't capture many votes among the rest of Christendom. And although his grandfather died as a result of his alcoholism, not exactly a laurel on a good Mormon's family tree, Hatch has made no effort to hide this fact either.

This Trio Isn't From Dixie

A country pop cross-over singing trio consisting of Sisters Kristyn, Kelsi, and Kassidy Osborn, originally from Magna, Utah, (ages 24 - 22), have recently signed a recording contract with Randy Goodman, president of Lyric Street Records, a Nashville based Disney owned country music recording company.

Utah justice stepping down

Justice I. Daniel Stewart announced he is stepping down from the Utah Supreme Court. Stewart, 66, was appointed to the high court in 1979 by Democratic Gov. Scott Matheson and is the current longest serving justice. He has been controversial over the past 14 years with a multitude of dissenting opinions. He is also know for getting around in a wheel chair since contracting polio at 23 years old while serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in West Germany.

What About Bob? An inside look at Bob Goss

Bob Goss, the new Certified Financial Planner Board President, recently addressed the CFP membership in an effort to appease an irate audience over their intense displeasure with the new entry-level designation. Fellow board members Harold Evensky and Patti Houlihan also spoke to the assembled crowd at the Adam's Mark hotel in Dallas, Texas.

Friends recall different side of Baum

Darcie Jo Baum of Orem, Utah was buried August 30th, 1999 in Pleasant Grove Cemetery. The 26-year-old mother was found dead in her Orem apartment. An initial autopsy indicates she died of complications during childbirth. A newborn baby boy was also found dead in the apartment. Baum has a 4-year-old son, Draye that is being cared for by relatives.

Other Articles about People

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Kent Larsen · Privacy Information