1. UC Davis vs. Sac State Football 2012

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    DAVIS - It was a big day for three north state athletes at the 59th annual Causeway Classic played here Nov. 17, 2012. UC Davis tight end Taylor Sloat (Fall River High School 2010) caught a career-high seven passes for 109 yards and caught the winning touchdown, while teammate and running back Colton Silveria (Central Valley High School 2010) rushed for team-high 88 yards on 17 carries in the Aggies 34-27 win over the Sacramento State Hornets. Also starting for Davis is right guard Jimmy Kunkel (Central Valley High School 2009). With the win, the Aggies sent head coach Bob Biggs out on a winning note following a 30-year career at Davis. Sloat, meanwhile, capped the season off by being named as one of seven Aggies to receive Honorable Mention in the All-Big Sky Conference selections. He also was named co-Outstanding Offensive Player (along with wide receiver Anthony Soto) at the team's annual post-season banquet. The video is a 30-minute version of the nearly four hour Causeway Classic game. Camera operator and editor - Ron Harrington. Field camera operator and still photo above - Craig Harrington.

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    • UC Davis vs. North Dakota

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      Four north state athletes are playing this season for the UC Davis Aggies football team: sophomore right guard and 2009 Central Valley High School graduate Jimmy Kunkel (No. 79); red shirt freshman running back and 2010 Central Valley High School graduate Colton Silveria (No. 20); true sophomore tight end and 2010 Fall River High School graduate Taylor Sloat (No. 86); and sophomore right guard and 2009 West Valley High School graduate Al Doiron (No. 72). All four played Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, in a home game against North Dakota at Aggie Stadium. North Dakota won the defensive battle 14-7. The win moved the University of North Dakota's record to 7-3 while the Aggies dropped to 3-7. Watch a 19 minute video of the game here. Camera operators - Ron Harrington and Craig Harrington. Editor - Ron Harrington. Still photo - Craig Harrington

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      • Mud & Rock Slide

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        Caltrans was quickly clearing some 300-400 cubic yards of earth that covered both lanes of Highway 299 about one-quarter-mile east of Hatchet Mountain summit. A rock and mud slide was reported at 8:25 p.m. Thursday, March 17, 2011, stretching about 75 feet down the highway and as high as 4 feet that stopped traffic in both directions. By 10:10 p.m., traffic was allowed to pass along one lane using a pilot vehicle. Both lanes were expected to be open by 10:30 p.m., Caltrans officials reported.

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        • Fall River Vs. Lakeview

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          The Fall River Bulldogs defeated the visiting Lakeview Honkers by the score of 36-20 on Oct. 16, 2009. Video by Todd Brown, editing by Richard Allan.

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          • Burney Vs. Fall River

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            Fall River quarterback Taylor Sloat threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Bulldogs clubbed the host Burney Raiders 50-6. Video by Richard Allan, Craig Harrington and Todd Brown. Editing by Richard Allan.

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            • Fall River Vs. Modoc

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              It was Homecoming at Fall River where the Bulldogs fell to the Modoc Braves by the score of 28-20. The Bulldogs drop to 1-1 in Shasta Cascade League play with an overall record of 3-2. The Braves are 2-0 in the SCL and 5-0 overall. Videography by Todd Brown and James Armstrong. Editing and photo above by Richard Allan

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              • Aug. 2 Lightning Fires

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                Fire crews were battling 35 blazes in the Intermountain area ranging in size from a quarter-acre to more than 600 acres. Residents evacuated from Big Eddy Estates near Fall River Mills and along VN Lane in Hat Creek. The Susanville Interagency Fire Center (SIFC) is dispatching ground forces and aircraft to nearly 100 reported fires in the wake of widespread thunderstorms over the past two days. Lightning detecting equipment showed nearly 1,800 lightning strikes in northeast California over the past 24 hours, with 96 fires reported by mid morning, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2009. Saturday evening lightning activity was concentrated in a swath extending northwest from Susanville, but strikes were recorded across the SIFC region. There were 43 reported fires on the Lassen National Forest, 40 reported blazes on lands protected by the CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc-Plumas Unit, 14 fires on Bureau of Land Management public lands, and two reported fires in Lassen Volcanic National Park. The largest incident is the Dodge Complex, two fires burning about 60 miles northeast of Susanville, about five miles from the community of Madeline. The fires, dubbed Mendiboure and Dodge, have burned about 1,500 acres of grass, brush, juniper and mountain mahogany on public lands managed by the BLM. Some ranch structures were threatened; none were damaged. By early Monday morning, humidity levels reached between 40-70 percent, aiding firefighting efforts.

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