Folsom >> For the second straight year, the Red Bluff High girls tennis team earned the right to have its skills tested against one of the premier teams in Northern California and perhaps the state at the annual CIF/United States Tennis Association NorCal regional championships, which begin Friday at Broadstone Racquet Club in Folsom. Red Bluff (15-1), the Northern Section champion, opens up against the champ from the Central Coast, Los Gatos at 11:30 a.m. Friday in Folsom.
Red Bluff >> Tehama County’s jobless rate fell by 0.7 percent in October to 4.7 percent, according to data released Friday by the state Employment Development Department. In October there were 26,710 people in the labor work force in the county. Of those, 25,450 were employed and 1,260 were unemployed. That’s 120 more people in the labor work force, 310 more employed and 190 fewer unemployed. The data are not seasonally adjusted.
Durham >> On a cold night, the second-seeded Durham High football team let it fly early then clamped down on No. 3 Pierce late, rolling up the visiting Bears 27-7 Friday night and earning its way back to the Northern Section Division IV final. The reward is just yet another showdown with top-seeded and unbeaten East Nicolaus (12-0) Wednesday before Thanksgiving in East Nicolaus. The two-time defending D-IV champion Spartans — 44-7 winners over No.
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