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Hall honor: An emotional moment

So did a lot of other people gathered at the Ducournau Restaurant.
When he began mentioning the impact that Pete Jenkins, his former specialty coach at LSU, and others made on his life on and off of the field, the Franklin native had to stop and wipe away a tear. Or maybe several of them.

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A fitting honor for Mr. Malone

It’s the highest possible honor that a sports devotee can bring upon himself in Louisiana, and few deserve the accolades like Karl Malone.
He joins the ranks of men like Terry Bradshaw, Tom Hinton, Eddie Robinson, Doug Williams, James Harris, Charlie Joiner, Frank Lewis, Maxie Lambright, Kim Mulkey, Leon Barmore, Bert Jones, Jimmy “Chick” Childress and L.J. “Hoss” Garrett.

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Combating the cyber threat

The fight should be wherever Osama bin Laden and his top lieutenants are hiding — and they are not holed up in downtown Baghdad.
For five years, we have been ensnared in a sectarian civil war in Iraq that has cost thousands of American lives and more than a half-trillion dollars.
An old saying goes that a fish rots from the head, and by losing our focus on defeating al-Qaida’s global network, it appears we have spent all our time focusing on the tail.

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Art, science intermingled

While Gould’s academic focus rested in both art and science, it was art that he turned to in the end.
“As much as I liked the aspects of science because they are intriguing, the end product I wasn’t feeling as much,” he said.
“Something was missing in the personal satisfaction, and I really got that with art.”
Derived from his perceptions of nature, Gould said his art is influenced by principles of quantum physics, which he said he still actively studies.

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