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Livas has No. 1 WAC rankings

“Somebody with that speed and breakaway skills has the ability to break a game wide-open,” said former Utah State coach Brent Guy. “You have to be aware of them every time they get some touches.”
When Livas touched the football this past season, he made lots of good things happen and the final statistical report of the WAC bears it out.
The former South Terrebonne High School track and gridiron standout has finished No. 1 for all-purpose yards and punt return average.

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Grambling deserves better

Grambling councilmen Edward Jones, Roosevelt Bryant and Toby Bryan the next day held a public meeting attended by approximately 30 residents in which they asked Andrus to resign, citing instances of her conducting city business independent of their counsel and entering into illegal and unapproved contracts.
Some Grambling residents at that public meeting said they planned to start a recall petition. State law requires signatures from half of Grambling’s 4,800 residents to recall Andrus.

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Blood donors needed badly

Every day in the United States, approximately 39,000 units of blood are required in hospitals and emergency treatment facilities for patients with cancer and other diseases, for organ transplant recipients and to help save the lives of accident victims.
Members of our own community have experienced life-threatening vehicle accidents in recent months. Without a healthy supply of blood on hand, some accident victims may not pull through. It really is a matter of life and death.

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Efforts to market innovation noted

Once a professor’s idea shows promise, Tech’s intellectual property division gets to work.
In his case, Kaajakari said he provided the university with “raw materials,” and the intellectual property division took the idea and ran with it, selling it aggressively.
Rich Kordal, the unit’s director, explained the process as something akin to pursuing a new job.
“Typically, when we try to market something, we do initial market research and identify likely licensing candidates or companies in a similar area that might benefit,” Kordal said.

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