After spending the past few weeks covering General Conference and temples, we’re back with your weekly dose of news coverage, and who better to provide it than the TWiM Sisters? Buckle up, and let’s get the view from Idaho.
- Elder Gary E. Stevenson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles stands to become almost a billionaire when iFIT goes public. The Church made an exception to let him serve on the board. Should apostles be required to divest themselves of interest in private entities?
- The First Presidency moves to require masks in temples, reiterates Church’s pro-vaccine stance
- Church and FamilySearch celebrate 2.4 million roles of microfilm
- Huge change at BYU – students may now live anywhere after their freshman year
- An Idaho man lived with the decomposing remains of his wife and daughter for years. Neat.
- Former bishop accused of abusing teenage girls at camp
- A bishop in Idaho was removed from his calling after facing multiple sex abuse charges
- Elder Holland reflects on growing up in a rural community
- More bad Idaho – funeral home shadiness
- Donny Osmond shares how he overcame an infection to walk again
- Marie Osmond talks about being prepared to answer questions about her faith
- Church members are the best—the very best!—at giving blood
- Jean Groberg, wife of John Groberg, dies
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