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Mormon men as religious as women » In the general population, women go to church more regularly than men, pray more often, read scriptures more frequently and are more likely to describe themselves as "spiritual."

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Naming places has a long Mormon history » Almost every state in the nation has a town named Washington, Springfield or Greenville. But how many states, other than Utah, have a place called Moroni?

Pleasant Grove doc charged with killing his wife » A Pleasant Grove doctor has been charged with murdering his wife and obstructing the investigation into her death.

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