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South Jordan Woman Honored for Extensive Volunteer Service

SALT LAKE CITY— For more than four decades, Luane Jensen of South Jordan has given hundreds of hours annually in service to community organizations, historical societies, and her church.

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On Tuesday, the White House rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program with a six-month phase-out plan. Many people will have questions about the impact of the decision and the future for those who benefited.

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New Exhibit at Alice Gallery Challenges the Truth of Vision

SALT LAKE CITY — Through the use of photography, sculpture, and drawings, two artists will push viewers to consider the impossible in seemingly authentic, precise moments in an exhibit opening at The Alice Gallery in Salt Lake City on Sept. 15.

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Volunteer Projects Planned throughout Utah for 9/11 Day of Service

SALT LAKE CITY — Utahns are encouraged to join hundreds of thousands of people across the country in service September 8-16 in honor of the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance.

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Orem Woman Honored for Service at Shelter for Abused Women

SALT LAKE CITY — Over the course of nearly three decades of volunteer service, Norma Paramore has done everything from delivering mail and answering phone to comforting rape victims and helping women escape abusive relationships.

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