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Weekend Rewind: News and photos you may have missed

Published April 7, 2014 9:55 am
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It's tough to follow the news when you're finally off the clock and have time for yourself and your family. Rewind will help you catch up with all the happenings in Utah over the weekend.

The human equation: 16 gay Utahns, 8 marriages, 1 theme: love • For 17 days this winter, same-sex couples from throughout Utah leapt at the chance to marry.Meet eight of those couples, for whom the stakes are both very high and very personal.

Mormon women again turned away from priesthood meeting • For the second time in six months, hundreds of women seeking ordination to the Mormon priesthood were turned away Saturday when they sought tickets to an all-male priesthood session. Their goal, several said, was to get the attention of the First Presidency and other leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Apparently they did.

Taxpayer-backed Utah satellite project reboots with new backer • USU dissolved a contract that would launch small satellites into space after a company failed to secure $150 million to send up the instruments. Now, a new Ogden-based firm has less than 90 days to pull together the cash to put the instrument on board an Asian telecommunications satellite.

Ceremony marks 100th anniversary of Utah Capitol cornerstone • At the 100th anniversary of laying the cornerstone to the state Capitol, two Utah governors — plus an actor portraying a third — paid tribute Friday to a small state that decided to construct a grand edifice. "I have often looked at the Capitol and thought what a noble and courageous thing it was for the people of Utah in 1914 to build such a building," former Gov. Mike Leavitt told a crowd gathered on a windy day near the cornerstone.

Gifted Utah therapy dog 'knew his mission was finished' • Putter, a gentle dog with dark watery eyes, was at home in the Utah Capitol. Welcomed at closed-door talks with the governor, Senate president and House speaker, the most he contributed was a snore or two. He was a quiet, calming influence. But this winter's legislative session was to be his last.

Mormon General Conference:

Mormon prophet Monson: Be like Christ, love others

Mormon women have authority, apostle Oaks declares

Message to Mormons: Prophets not always popular

The quest for Mormon intellectuals: how to balance facts and faith

Storify: Day One of the 2014 LDS General Conference

Other News:

Conflict of interest? SLC mayor names and ally for post

Publisher marks a decade of covering SLC's LGBT community

Controversial intersection design won't hurt businesses, UDOT says

Police arrest 13 and seize drugs, cars, cash and guns in Salt Lake bust

Utah students try their hand at 'surgery' at mini med operation

Fire devastates Orem town homes

Utah Orchid Society's spring show blooms at Red Butte

'Golden Shears' show highlights Utah stylists' skills


Real Salt Lake: Depth again shines as RSL remains unbeaten

State colleges: Arizona beats Utah baseball in 10 innings

Women's basketball: Southern Utah coach Payne takes job at Santa Clara

Utah gymnastics: Utes punch ticket to NCAAs

Utes football scrimmage round-up: Some (maybe) movers and shakers


'Share Your Work' author Austin Kleon wants you to 'sell out'

See a different Utah hiking trail every day

Ballet West's 'Rite of Spring' is a rite of passage

Scott D. Pierce: Would you adopt a pet pig on wheels?

Repertory Dance Theatre: Finding the rhythm of Utah's natural wonders

Opinon and Commentary:

Editorial: Ban on reporters only hurts LDS Church

Editorial: Time to plan for Utah population boom

Kirby: Shooting the bull over bowling balls

Rolly: Some cry foul over party chair/candidate

Dictating proposal no way to start marriage






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