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It can cost you $12,000 a year to buy groceries. Here's what it was like in 1917

The cost of feeding a family can be anywhere from $6,000 to $12,000 a year. But it was a much different story back in the early 1900s. Read more »

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A simple way to know that you're with the right person, backed by science

Relationships are complicated sometimes, but research says there really is a pretty simple way to tell if you are with the right person. Read more »

Family

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How to help Nepal earthquake victims

ups are rushing to get crucial supplies to survivors of Nepal's devastating earthquake, which has killed more than 2,500 people. Here's a look at humanitarian efforts under way in Nepal and how to... Read more »

U.S. & World

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83-year-old volunteer a 'classroom grandparent' for West Valley first-graders

Veteran Eugene Ward, 83, known to the children of Redwood Elementary School as "Mr. Gene," is a regular volunteer in the classroom of first-grade teacher Marta Welch. He has been teaching children... Read more »

Utah

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Utahns in baseball: BYU alum Jaycob Brugman's surge highlights a good week for Utah hitters

BYU alum Jaycob Brugman went from batting .080 to .302 in one week. Ex-Ute C.J. Cron picks up eight hits in a weekend and three others collect 10 or more hits over the week. Read more »

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LDS Church News

LDS Church to create Central Eurasian Mission in July

The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve have approved the creation of the Central Eurasian Mission effective July 1. Read more »

Faith

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Peter Corroon: Generalizations about liberals fail to define members of Democratic Party

Greg Bell's column about the problems of being a conservative are misleading and full of generalizations. Liberals don’t see government as supreme. Liberals see government as a tool, an... Read more »

Opinion

2 hours ago

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Kim Cowart: Setting the example for our children

If we want our children to make certain choices, we have to be willing to make them ourselves. We set the example for others to follow. Read more »

Sports

2 hours ago

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About Utah: Big-time golf in little ol' Monticello

At Monticello, the town links lure golfers from near and far. Read more »

Utah

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National Edition

Can a company really be altruistic?

Corporations are about making profits, so can they really build an business model around being selfless? Read more »

Moneywise

2 hours ago

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Amy Donaldson: South Summit High community rallying around injured Layton Christian player

South Summit High and the community service group MiteE Team have organized fundraisers, including a GoFundMe page, to benefit LCA goalie Ilari Laine, who was severely injured in a soccer collision... Read more »

Sports

3 hours ago

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National Edition

The one joke we make about love may actually be true

Love at first sight has often been considered a myth or a joke, even though a good amount of Americans believe in it. But it’s not just make believe. Read more »

Family

3 hours ago

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