Opera singers to be featured at museum concert

The Springville Arts Commission is pleased to present a special concert featuring the guest artists and students of the Principal Artist Program on Wednesday,...

The legacy of RD Swasey

For years we have traveled the washes, canyons and mesas of the San Rafael Swell and found the names of four Swasey brothers -...

Resources available for beginning family historians

Are you thinking of exploring your family history but don’t know where to start? No worries. There are many resources available to you. There are...

John Taylor picks up the building Zion torch

The general failure of the United Orders coincided roughly with the passing of Church President Brigham Young in 1877. One might wonder if at...

Strategies for using indexes in your genealogical research

Let’s talk about strategies for using indexes in your genealogical research. First, you must understand how indexes are created. The record is created by someone...

More lessons from the United Orders’ failure

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. - George Santayana. Since we LDS Church members may some day be building Zion...

Zion: One of three grand foundations

Ten issues ago, this column included quotes by early LDS apostles and prophets showing they saw Zion as something other than the Mormon Church...

Book Look: Stories of courage help others be courageous

When author Roy Russell wrote a compilation of 100 stories of courageous people who inspired him, he hoped the stories would also benefit readers. He...

One size fits … sometimes

One size fits all. It's a phrase we often hear, but we seldom believe. Really? One size fits all? Have you seen the different sizes people...

Thoughts on Zion: Clinging to Babylon Prevents Zion

LDS leaders during the 1870s were teaching the Saints that they could never reach their goal of establishing Zion in the Utah Territory if...