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Published: Monday, Jan. 30 2012 5:00 a.m. MST

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anneray
Kosciusko, Mississippi

A newer picture of Marie would have been better... this one was at her son's funeral... bad choice Deseret News! Love all the news about missionaries around the world, I have a grandson serving in the LA Mission.

NightTrader
Nanaimo, BC

Thank you @anneray for suggesting the change in the photo, and thank you DN for changing it.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

'"While we're still in discussion with Marie, we're extremely excited about the prospect of Marie Osmond joining the Hallmark family.' - article

**'Marie Osmond Supports Gay Marriage' - Mormon Matters - 05/05/09

I would buy a Hallmark card....

if Marie Osmand was selling them.

Dadof5sons
Montesano, WA

Horrible way it was written Jumping from one subject to the other with out a segue to help the reader understand the flow.

G Chu
usa, usa

Hallmark never announced a new daily show by Marie Osmond "could possibly replace the 'Martha Stewart Show.'" This reporting has come from leaks by Hallmark and Michelle Vicary, evp programming, to exploit free media publicity for Hallmark. The leaks from Hallmark and Vicary while "in dicussions" reflect deplorable, bad faith conduct that completely repudiates the Hallmark brand and Hallmark cards. The Martha Stewart Show is quality programming on living the American way of life and a healthy lifestyle; that excellent programming is obviously needed on a Martha Stewart channel on cable tv.

The Hallmark channel does not have the viewing audience to sustain the new show. Hallmark is "extremely excited about the prospect" of a show that Hallmark will cancel in no time in its wild goose ratings chase. Hallmark is the Titanic; Martha Stewart is Hallmark's last best hope for transformation to a channel with long-term viability.

donn
layton, UT

A great story about a wonderful person

Kami
Bountiful, Utah

I quit attending the "food events" in the church a few years ago. I'm not sure that members should really want much publicity about the food you can find when members get together in a meetinghouse, especially if it is compared side by side to the word of wisdom. You mostly find worthless carbs, high fat and high sugar foods.

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