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Tech sets bone marrow drive record

Robin Garcia, director of recruiting for the National Marrow Donor program, said Monday’s total at Louisiana Tech set an all-time record for college bone marrow donor drives.
“We had more people come through in this college drive than at any of the other schools where we’ve held marrow donor drives across the nation,” Garcia said.
“This was bigger than Yale, Harvard, NYU (New York University) or any of the other Ivy League schools we’ve done.”
Garcia said she was honored to spend the day in the Ruston community.

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Tech, GSU ready for signing day

Derek Dooley of the Bulldogs and Rod Broadway of the Tigers will be involved in their initial “high profile” event for the Lincoln Parish programs less than 48 hours from now.
Both were selected over the past two months to guide the fortunes of their university’s gridiron squads.
Now, they’ll soon see some of the fruits of their early labor.
Tech added several more “tune-ups” to tomorrow’s big day by receiving verbal commitments from four highly touted high school players:

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Relay needs our support

• The Look Good/Feel Better program, which is a free service for women suffering with cancer that teaches them beauty techniques to help enhance their appearance and self image during treatment;
• The “tlc” magazine/catalog which combines helpful articles with products for women coping with cancer treatment;
• Various support programs and networks for those who have cancer and their families and for survivors;
• Numerous research studies for cancer prevention, behavioral research, national and international projects, and more; and

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Love is in the air at Tech

Of course, if acting if your forte, don’t be discouraged. The comedy “Dearly Departed” will be performed today through Saturday and from Feb. 13 through 15, which gives couples plenty of options to choose from. Heck, go on Valentine’s Day and laugh the night away. Laughter is always a good indicator that the date is going well.

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Man wounded in Waffle House shooting

“When our officers responded, they observed a group of people in the parking lot, some hysterical and running in many different directions,” Hawkins said.
“One of the bystanders pointed to a car and said there was a male inside who had been shot.”
Derrick D. Bradford, 19, was located sitting in the car with a gunshot wound to his left shoulder.
He reportedly told officers that he exited the Waffle House and was walking to his car when a male seated in another nearby car got out and started a verbal altercation.
Hawkins said Bradford said he did not know his attacker.

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