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According to this article published by the Salt Lake Tribune, the following are biggest LDS related news events. Do you agree? What did they miss? What was the biggest event for you? President Monson skipping general conference due to health and age. President Monson essentially retires. Elder Hales dies during October General Conference. Elder Hamula gets exed. MormonLeaks publishes President Eyring's 2000 paystub of $89K and that all GAs of any level being paid $120K. The Church steps further away from scouting. A new Relief Society Presidency. The new MTC in Provo. New prospective missionary interview questions. The Church endorses an LGBTQ fundraising concert. The Trump visits Welfare Square. Shorter General Conference. Looser dress standards for church employees. Updated parental leave benefits for church employees. New Temples. Single men over 30 and the recently divorced can now volunteer at the temple. Priest age boys can perform baptisms for the dead. Teenage girls can now volunteer at temple baptisteries. Temple and Priesthood Prep classes will include girls as well as boys. Caffeinated Coke allowed at BYU and LDS Business College. The ‘Snufferites’ meet to canonize a new set of scriptures. FLDS Lyle Jeffs is captured, arrested, and sentenced to 5 years for defrauding food stamps.
Where do you go to get your LDS news? Do you visit the Church's official LDS News website or do you use another website or get it from the newspaper? If there is breaking, LDS related news, where do you typically hear about it first?