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Published: Tuesday, April 6 2010 1:34 a.m. MDT

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Jimmy Is Right

It is indeed sad that both the Miss America pageant and the Mormon church have become anachronisms of the past.

Linda

Marrying outside of the Church does not a bad Mormon make. And sometimes, a non-LDS person is a better example than a "good" LDS person. This, coming from a woman who has been married to a man outside of the Church, and now, to a good, kind, loving and worthy member of the Church. I have a daughter-in-law that espouses no religion, yet raises her children with strong moral values, and sets a better example than members of ANY faith.

anonymous

Not having heard of Colleen Hutchins before today, and having read the articles about her since her passing, I do not believe that she would have been appalled at reading the article and the possible mistake which states that she graduated from the U of U. Who knows but what she received a degree from there after graduating from BYU? And her personality doesn't seem the type to become appalled at a newspaper article making a mistake. She appears to be a person of high integrity.

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