First Line News Articles for Thursday, December 14 2017
Descendants of pioneer settlers — sent south by Brigham Young in the 1850s to mine iron deposits in the hills of what would become Iron County — have been raised with an “iron will.”
At times when he has given a presentation, Stephen Robinson has been introduced as the man who changed the Mormon doctrine of grace.
Three women auxiliary leaders of the Church — Sister Jean B. Bingham, Sister Joy D. Jones and Sister Carol F. McConkie — met on Dec. 2 with community members of all faiths living in Fraser Valley, British Columbia, to honor individuals and organizations that have made positive contributions to the area.
Jordan Chatman, who transferred from BYU and is a returned Mormon missionary, has become a major contributor for the Boston College basketball team in his junior season.
Michele Vasconcelos may have forever redefined the term “Mormon soccer mom.”