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Deseret:

see Latter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ ofLatter-day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ of,
name of the church founded (1830) at Fayette, N.Y., by Joseph Smith. The headquarters are in Salt Lake City, Utah. Its members, now numbering about 5.
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, Rocky Mt. state of the W United States. It is bordered by Idaho and Wyoming (N), Colorado (E), Arizona (S), and Nevada (W), and touches New Mexico in the SE, at the Four Corners.
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Deseret Power Electric Cooperative is a vertically integrated, non-profit corporation, headquartered in Salt Lake City, and owned by its six rural members.
Before he was hired to apply his theories to the Deseret organization, Gilbert had led BYU's foray into online education, much of it designed to serve Mormon students in parts of the globe that don't have colleges and universities every few miles.
With audiences for its products growing and revenues rising, the Deseret News has secured its future at a time when other media organizations are struggling to stay viable.
His experience knits together journalism, law and policy allowing him to craft persuasive editorials that rely on the best data and analysis,” said Paul Edwards, Editor of Deseret News.
Deseret First Credit Union has 53,000 members and 10 branches in Utah and serves members and employees of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the country.
Through the years, as the DCWD stockpile grew to 44 percent of the Nation's total chemical munitions stockpile, the on-site town of Deseret also grew.
He earlier worked as an editor at the Salt Lake Telegram, Salt Lake Tribune, and Deseret News.
Publishers continue to be hurting around the country, as at least three newspapers in recent days began further cutbacks in staffing and scope, with the Deseret News of Salt Lake City, The Star-Ledger of Newark, N.
Sometimes the 12th grade means "nothing but playing around," Buttars told the Deseret News.
Although Salt Lake had recently spent hundreds of thousands of dollars installing playground equipment, restrooms, benches and two tennis courts, the Deseret News pointed out the park "remains a den of distress" as the general public stayed away for aesthetic and safety reasons.
He subsequently came to Utah and was editor of Salt Lake's Deseret News for 10 years, stepping down in 2007.
More than 3,199 1-ton containers filled with mustard agent were destroyed at Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, Utah, on 12 March, marking a 50-percent reduction of the mustard-filled containers stored at nearby Deseret Chemical Depot by the Army Chemical Materials Agency.