Whitney Butters Wilde
Whitney Butters Wilde is a writer who believes everyone has a story to tell, and it's a journalist's good fortune to discover them. Whitney began her journey with the Deseret News in 2010 as a Mormon Times intern. Having returned from serving in the New York Rochester Mission, she now works as an editorial assistant for the Features department where she compiles the events calendars, writes for the various sections and assists with editing. Whitney graduated from the University of Utah in May 2014 with a degree in communication and married her husband, Blake, in October 2014.

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Chipo Chung, who plays the role of Mary Magdalene in "A.D. The Bible Continues," shares what she learned through playing the well-known biblical woman.
Phyllis and Karen Horne have developed and honed their skills to become successful artists with their work now on display at Horne Fine Art.
First Congregational Church celebrates its familial legacy and the congregation's impact on the community over the past 150 years.
These new books for younger readers that have recently crossed our desks help share the marvels of spring, including flowers, bugs, animals, growing plants and adventures in the rain.
Cast and crew members behind the film “Freetown” participated in a Q-and-A following the film’s premiere Monday at the Megaplex Theatres at Jordan Commons.
Centuries after the biblical account of life after Christ’s death and Resurrection was recorded, the story is making its way to primetime.
A "series of miraculous events" led to the Book of Mormon first being made available for the public to purchase on March 26, 1830.
Here are five movies from various platforms families may want to consider, as recommended by the Deseret News Features Department and Ok.com. Note: Since not all are appropriate for younger children, age recomm...
Focus on the Family is making its mark in movie theaters across the United States with theatrical releases, including "The Drop Box," which will have an encore screening in select theaters on March 16.
"The Drop Box" encourages audiences to consider what they can do to help orphans and children around the world.