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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Ken
In 1960, 16-year old Kenneth Tomlinson boarded a Trailways bus in the southwestern Virginia mountain town of Galax.
Thursday at Congressional, for the first time in 188 PGA Tour starts and so many others on four developmental tours, Duke teed off with a PGA tournament victory to his name.
"I always used to say we all have this little Bunsen Burner inside of us and it's just a matter of you turning that flame up depending on what type of drive you want to put toward your goals," he said. "If you have a goal, nothing should stop you. Nothing should get in your way."
Coleman and her husband, Ken, announced a $1 million donation toward global scholarships for students at the Ann Arbor school.