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Winners of the Dummy Roping at 25th annual J P Ranch Rodeo pictured with Brandon Minch were 6 and younger, first Emitt Burdett, second Lexi Andrews, third Jake Slater. For 7 to 9, first Max Conn, second Levi Andrews, third Braydee Bourdett. For 10 to 12, first Addison Jones, second Ty Duarte, third Gavin Dutra. There were 28 contestants in the contest sponsored by Dan Johndrow, Dean Voight, Mike and Mary McMahon, Tractor Supply, Brendon and Kristy Flynn and Brandon Minch. Roping dummies to first place, ropes to second and bags of horse feed to third, plus a check. The Boot Race was sponsored by Dave’s Boots. … This recipe for Monster Mash meatball soup is from beefitswhatsfordinner.com. 1 package (16 ounces) frozen fully-cooked beef meatballs 1 cup frozen vegetable mixture, such as broccoli, cauliflower and carrots 2 cups water 1 can (14 to 14 1/2 ounces) ready to serve beef broth 1 can (14 1/2 ounces) diced tomatoes with roasted garlic 3/4 cup uncooked Halloween pasta shapes Combine frozen vegetables, water, broth, tomatoes and pasta in large saucepan; bring to a boil. Reduce heat;…

49ers: Jerry Rice book event set for Tuesday night in San Jose

They say to never meet your heroes. Here’s a chance for 49ers fans to test that theory. Jerry Rice will be signing copies of his book “America’s Game: The NFL at 100” Tuesday evening in San Jose. The first 100 people to pre-order will be able to meet the author, who just happens to be the greatest wide receiver in NFL history. The first 49 of those will be invited for a workout with the man himself, according to a release from the 49ers. The workout is fitting for the venue: 49ers Fit Fitness and Recovery Center will be hosting the signing Tuesday night from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Judging from his 100-yard sprint before the 49ers’ win over the Packers Sunday in the NFC Championship Game, Rice is keeping himself in pretty good shape. Jerry Rice’s 100-yard sprint to the endzone. Suit and all. He’s still got it. #49ers pic.twitter.com/NUxELLkTip — Rob Lowder (@Rob_Lowder) January 19, 2020 Related Articles 49ers mailbag: Who could be Super Bowl’s unsung hero? 49ers coach Katie Sowers heading for Super Bowl LIV and full-circle moment with Chiefs Impish Joe Montana has…

Terrin Garcia, Jessie Mueller finish fifth at second Alpine Race of the season

MT. SHASTA — The North 1/2 Division held its second Alpine Race of the 2020 season at Mt. Shasta Ski Park Monday. Terrin Garcia and Jessie Mueller were the top finishers for Red Bluff. Garcia took fifth overall in the men’s snowboard with a fourth place run of 1:05:12 and a seventh place run of 1:06:52. Mueller was fifth overall in women’s ski with runs of 1:09:92 (sixth) and 1:09:27 (fourth). The competition was tight, with the racers enjoying better visibility and the snow that fell last week. This week, the snowboarders raced on a GS course and the skiers on a challenging slalom course. Rounding out the men’s snowboard, Red Bluff’s Leslie Shank took eighth place, Even Miller was 10th, Memphis Williams was 12th, Dylan Tumidanski was 23rd, Jaxon Goody 37th, Tyler Wilson 38th and Bradden Grumert 39th out of 43 athletes. Caitlin France had the top Red Bluff finish in women’s snowboard at 11th place, MarryJane Garcia was 12th, Regan Reynolds 13th and Izzy Soksoda-Souphanavon 14th out of 23 athletes. Luke Downey was the top Red Bluff finisher in men’s skiing, at eighth…

We’re not the worst state, but just how bad is California for drivers?

If there is one thing that nearly all Californians can agree upon it is that driving around the Golden State can be a challenge. Actually, one would likely use stronger language to describe the experience of driving almost anywhere in California. Horrible. Awful. Soul-crushing. Throw in a few expletives, and you can sum up most drivers’ feelings about getting behind the wheel, fighting miles of traffic, and trying to get from Point A to Point B on California’s roads and highways in a reasonable amount of time. So, where does California place among all U.S. states with regards to driving? To put it mildy, how about near the bottom of the barrel? That’s according to a study from personal finance and information site WalletHub, which on Tuesday said California comes in 47th place out of all 50 states when it comes to driving. WalletHub ranked states based on data from resources such as the U.S. Census Bureau, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Federal Highway Administration, and based its findings on states’ cost of vehicle ownership and maintenance, traffic and infrastructure, safety and…

First case of potentially deadly coronavirus from China lands in Seattle

By CARLA K. JOHNSON and MIKE STOBBE SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. on Tuesday reported its first case of a new and potentially deadly virus circulating in China, saying a Washington state resident who returned last week from the outbreak’s epicenter was hospitalized near Seattle. The man, identified only as a Snohomish County resident is in his 30s, was in good condition and wasn’t considered a threat to medical staff or the public, health officials said. U.S. health officials stressed that they believe the virus’ overall risk to the American public remained low. The newly discovered virus has infected about 300 people, all of whom had been in China, and killed six. The virus can cause coughing, fever, breathing difficulty and pneumonia. The U.S. joins a growing list of places outside mainland China reporting cases, following Thailand, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. Airports around the world have stepped up monitoring, checking passengers from China for signs of illness in hopes of containing the virus during the busy Lunar New Year travel season. Late last week, U.S. health officials began screening passengers from Wuhan in central…

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