The Kamas LDS Stake Center in Marion, Summit County, that was bombed Jan. 16 by members of the Singer-Swapp family will reopen sometime between Dec. 10 and 15, according to a spokesman for the church's Physical Facilities Department.

Scott Anderson, manager of the department's Utah North Area, said the main chapel and cultural hall had to be nearly completely rebuilt and the roof required extensive repairs.Vickie Singer and Addam Swapp were convicted of carrying out the bombing, which launched a 13-day armed standoff between family members and law enforcement officers. The standoff ended Jan. 28 in a shootout that left state Corrections Lt. Fred House dead.