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Barbara Brown poses for a photo standing knee deep in a sinkhole in front of her home, Saturday in Reno, Texas. Brown said that the sinkholes started appearing around her 3.5 acre lot shortly after the earthquakes began. Earthquakes used to be unheard of on the vast stretches of prairie that unroll across Texas and Oklahoma. But in recent years, temblors have become commonplace. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
Barbara Brown poses for a photo by the front step of her home that now sits about one foot off the surface of her lawn, Saturday in Reno, Texas. Brown said that the top of the step once sat about four inches off the surface of her lawn. Brown said she believes the sinkholes on her property and the drop of her lawn have to do with natural gas drilling. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
Signs on a locked gate show the number of operating wells at an XTO Energy Inc site, Saturday in Azle, Texas. Earthquakes used to be unheard of on the vast stretches of prairie that unroll across Texas and Oklahoma. But in recent years, temblors have become commonplace. Oklahoma recorded 145 of them just between January and the start of May. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
In the fall of 1966, Kenmore High School senior quarterback Don Plusquellic turned his single season as a starter into an aerial showcase like no one had seen. He set school records. He dominated City Series games. He attracted college recruiters like bees to the golden pollen from which victory blossoms. The following is from Chapter One: “Football: A Plan for a Lifetime.”