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Aggie TV News—freezing pipes, chili, snowmen, and a new sports show

February 1st, 2013 Posted in Opinion

By the ATV News Staff

LOGAN—This week’s Cache Rendezvous news magazine program on Aggie TV News featuring freezing pipes, a snowman gallery, mystery meat in the College of Ag chili cookoff, and YouTube fame for Utah state and its use of … wait for it … Canvas!

But first, ATVNews airs the first edition of its new Kickin’ Cache Sports Show—all sports, all the time.

Is the worst of Winter 2013 over? This week’s ATVNews Cache Rendezvous, anchored by Katrina Warburton and Kelton Wells, reports that the city of Logan wants residents to keep their water faucets running. During the recent sub-zero days and nights, more than 175 instances of burst pipes connecting homes to city water mean big bills for customers and for the city, so officials suggest city water customers leave the tap on.

The USU Student Alumni Association and the Honors Program stage competitive snow-person building for an alumni function.

Sophomore chili-artist Garrett Shoop tops a field of 14 chefs to win the College of Ag Chili Cook-off with a special recipe handed down from his dad.

A YouTube prankster with more than 51 million views for his guerrilla videos was on the USU campus—and got tackled into a snowbank by an angry student after “stealing” his cell phone. “We won’t do that any more,” the prankster says.

Canvas goes viral? A film crew was on campus to create a video about USU’s use of Canvas, the online course management system.

Randall Henry’s weather reports are legendary. This one ranks among the best.

ReebeGeebeez’s games, a new Logan hangout for gaming and comics—“you know, if you like to read.”

And USU’s breakdancing and hiphop dancing club spins and bounces on the tile at the Taggart Student Center, auditioning in March for “America’s Got Talent.”

Then Meredith Kinney and Jason Borba launch ATVNews’s new Kickin’ Cache Sports Show, all Cache Valley sports, all the time.

• Remembering Coach A—players and coach Gary Anderson himself reflect on his legacy now that the coach has gone to lead the Wisconsin Badgers.

• Bball star Devyn Christiansen is just 49 points away from the all-time USU women’s basketball scoring record.

• BANG! what about concussions? Equipment has come a long way, but it’s dangerous out there.

AggieTV News airs on local cable and online twice a week. Check it out.


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