Uncommon places to find family history details
D. Joshua Taylor, host of “Genealogy Roadshow,” and panelists Barry Kline, a researcher who specializes in Civil War and DNA records, and Rich Venezia, who researches Italian-American immigration in genealogy, shared unlikely places for inform
Twila Van Leer: New Discovery Experience center provides a jump start for family history; update on 600,000-record indexing goal
The people who plan programs for the family history component of the LDS Church just won't leave me alone. They are bound and determined to deprive me of any excuses I have for not getting more involved in my family research.
What to know about LDS temple and family history work going forward from RootsTech
With the completion of the 2017 RootsTech conference, here is what Latter-day Saints should know going forward in temple and family history work.
Picturing history: Dance Hall Rock before the Hole-in-the-Rock
Dance Hall Rock was a sandstone formation on the Hole-in-the-Rock Trail where Latter-day Saint pioneers danced in the evenings while scouts searched for a viable route to their destination.
Tiffany Gee Lewis: Art at the expense of self
If you believe, as I do, that great art is God-inspired, why must it exact such a heavy toll? Why must artists wrestle with demons in exchange for their masterpieces?
Why 'Studio C' believes the BYU Broadcasting Building is its 'Field of Dreams'
When the BYU Broadcasting Building, a state-of-the-art 100,000-square-foot facility, was dedicated in August of 2011, it included a studio capable of holding an audience of 250 people.
Catching up with Navy's Coach Ken Niumatalolo
Fiery football coach/family man from "Meet the Mormons" enjoys unprecedented success on the Naval Academy gridiron while staying true to his faith and covenants.
UVU to welcome President Henry B. Eyring as commencement speaker
Utah Valley University will welcome President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as the speaker for its May commencement ceremony, the school announced Wednesday.
Two sisters at SUU, a walk-on at USU and other returned Mormon missionaries in college basketball, 2016-17
Deseret News has compiled a list of more than 40 returned missionaries, including men and women, of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who are found on college basketball rosters this season.
Defending the Faith: 'O thou who changest not, abide with me!'
Nothing in this world, we now know, is everlasting, perpetual or permanent. Nor does anything in the physical cosmos escape the forces of change. If we're to find permanence and stability, we must find it beyond this world.