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Mayor Kaufusi: Violent protest was ‘unacceptable’

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Provo City Mayor Michelle Kaufusi condemned Monday's violent protests, during which shots were fired.

Shots fired as Black Lives Matter and Back the Blue collide...

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A "Back the Blue" rally and a counter protest against police brutality were held on Monday night by the Provo Police station. The night started with each group on opposite corners and ended with counter protestors marching and stopping traffic on Center Street and University Avenue before returning to the police station and being met by police in riot gear.

Called to serve in a pandemic: Utah County missionaries find creative...

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Missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints found some new ways to share the gospel and serve while cooling off on Saturday, June 27.

Outside the outbreak: Fireworks spark Utah wildfire, Mississippi flag to lose...

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This week's non-virus related news includes fireworks that sparked a Utah wildfire and legislation to remove the Confederate emblem from Mississippi's flag.

Church announces groundbreaking date for Orem Temple

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The groundbreaking ceremony for the Orem Utah Temple will take place on Sept. 5, according to a press release from the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Provo Twitter: Together in the pews but fighting online

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Recently, church members have argued over issues like racism, feminism and LGBT matters on social media. Members might feel more comfortable making these arguments because of the nature of social media.