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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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Additionally, they looked to the Deseret opinion to conclude that they do not provide investment advice when making rollover recommendations.
"All proceeds from David's concert went to Mabuhay Deseret," Bryan said.
He also served as the chairman of the board of Deseret News Publishing Co.
The land was purchased for the future construction of a mixed-use industrial and retail center, Deseret Industries Facility, with a planned first phase building of approximately 55,328 sq.
Gary Herbert instructed the Utah Department of Health to "stop distributing federal funds to the Planned Parenthood Association of Utah," Deseret News reported.
But he told the Deseret News the man didn't exhibit any signs of a severe reaction, and was alert and talking to emergency responders.
His name is Clark Gilbert, and he's currently CEO of Deseret News Publishing and Deseret Digital Media, which are the print and online news arms of Deseret Management Corp., which is a conglomerate owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Financial institutions that provide services to 401(k) plans have been concerned that the DOL's 2005 Advisory Opinion to Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators created an uneven playing field.
and managed by Digital First Media, and the Deseret News, owned by a for-profit division of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- said they had restructured their joint operating agreement.
According to the Deseret News, 26 of the 33 girls in the program's first class went on to college; in addition, girls in later classes were more likely to take honors courses and were less likely to get pregnant.
Deseret First Credit Union has named longtime executive Shane London as its new president/CEO, succeeding Clint Gurney, who is retiring after two years in the top job at the $420 million Salt Lake City credit union.