Wheatland >> The long trip to Wheatland didn’t seem to hinder the Corning High boys soccer team one bit as the Cardinals thumped the Pirates 7-1 in a crossover game with the Butte View League. Corning welcomes Sutter, of the BVL, to town Tuesday. Victor Torres’ team is the lone undefeated team in Westside League action at 4-0 WSL and 8-3-2 overall. The Cardinals are 3 1/2 games up on Paradise as of 5 p.m. Friday. Corning finishes in a 1-1 tie at Wheatland Thursday in a crossover game with the BVL.
Red Bluff >> Tehama County’s jobless rate rose by 0.5 percent in December to 5.3 percent, according to data released Friday by the state Employment Development Department. In December there were 25,580 people in the labor work force in the county. Of those, 24,230 were employed and 1,350 were unemployed. That’s 320 fewer people in the labor work force, 430 fewer employed and 110 more unemployed. The data are not seasonally adjusted.
Red Bluff >> Red Bluff Joint Union High School District Superintendent Todd Brose compared the wind damage the track at the school sustained in November to a carpet in a house being ripped up. “It was already a worn track,” Brose said. The district filed an insurance claim to make the repairs, with two options to consider. On Wednesday, the board decided to go with the second option, which is to pro-rate the claim to an amount of $74,425 and move the track to a different location, Brose said.
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