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President Nelson’s Global Ministry to Continue in Southeast Asia (Church Newsroom) (October 9, 2019)
President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and his wife, Wendy — along with Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Katherine — will travel to Asia in mid-November as the prophet continues his worldwide ministry.

Rendering of the Layton Utah Temple Released (Church Newsroom) (October 9, 2019)
The release of the rendering comes as project leaders are preparing to file additional public documents relating to plans for the temple’s design. A groundbreaking date has not been set yet. The Church previously announced the temple, which was announced in April 2018 by Church President Russell M. Nelson, will be built at the corner of Oak Hills Drive and Rosewood Lane. Plans call for a three-story temple of more than 87,000 square feet.

Kiribati President Visits Church Headquarters (Church Newsroom) (October 9, 2019)
After addressing the 74th Session of the General Assembly of the U.N. in New York City, Kiribati President Taneti Maamau, along with his wife and delegation, stopped in Salt Lake City recently to meet with leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

President Ballard Celebrates 91st Birthday (Church News) (October 9, 2019)
On Tuesday, October 8, President M. Russell Ballard celebrates his 91st birthday. President Ballard has been serving as the Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles since January 14, 2018. He was sustained as an Apostle on October 6, 1985.

He was popular, then fell from grace. Ex-Mayor Brent Coles says he’s a changed man (Idaho Statesman) (October 9, 2019)
Before the taxpayer-funded “Oklahoma!” tickets, before the side trips to New York City and the Mormon heritage sites, before the five weeks in jail — most Boise voters quite liked Brent Coles. After he was appointed as mayor in 1993, Coles easily won re-election twice, even in 2001, just months after police found him outside his press secretary’s house at 4:20 a.m., where he claimed to be delivering newspapers. He later told police he had lied about why he was there. He said he wasn’t there to see her but was visiting a neighborhood he hadn’t been to in a while.

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