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Cleaning up the defense supply chain

When Peter Picone sold counterfeit electronic parts from China and Hong Kong for use in U.S. Navy submarines, the U.S. Justice Department said he knew their failure could have “catastrophic” consequences.He was sentenced last week to more than three years in prison in one of the first convictions under a new law that aims to help curb the g…

  • icon Posted: October 13

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Crusaders face trip to quirky Louisiana venue

BELTON — For the first time since its season opener, No. 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor hits the road this week to face Louisiana College in Pineville, La., where things have been adventurous for the Crusaders in the past.In its first visit to LC’s on-campus Wildcat Stadium in 2010, UMHB needed an interception in its end zone in the final minute to preserve a 42-38 win.Two years later, a slow-handed clock operator gave the Wildcats enough time to attempt a field goal in the final half-second of the first half that would have put LC up 6-0. Instead, the Crusaders blocked it and Javicz Jones returned it for a touchdown that gave the Crusaders a lead they never relinquished.Recalling how teams visiting Wildcat Stadium must dress in a gymnasium on the other side of campus and don’t have a building to meet in at halftime, Crusaders coach Pete Fredenburg chuckled at the thought Monday morning during his weekly news conference.

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Playing with Lions: Fest to be fun for whole family

For the past five years, if the weather cooperated, the Lions Family Fun Festival has provided a chance to hear good music, eat an entire day’s worth of calories in a couple of hours and wear out the youngsters with games and activities in record time.Money raised at the Lions Family Fun Festival, the Temple Breakfast Lions Club annual event, enables the club to sponsor the annual projects that are near and dear to the club’s heart said club member Virginia Cowling.The festival will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in Downtown Temple at Central Avenue and Third Street.