Graveside services were held Dec. 30 at 1 p.m. at Corcoran Cemetery for Doris Pryse, who died Dec. 23 in Visalia surrounded by family.
Combined rosary and mass services were held Thursday, Dec. 15 at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church for Ponciano Lomas Gonzales, 94, who died Dec, 4 in Fresno.
Services were held Dec. 16 at the Bledsoe Family People’s Funeral Chapel at 2 p.m. for Nancy Caudillo, 47, who died Dec. 10 in Fresno.
A local veteran is making his voice heard in Washington, D.C. regarding a controversial bill that allows American victims of terrorism to sue state sponsors of terror. The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act—or JASPA—was passed in September.
Corcoran High School has fully embraced Career Technology Education (CTE) programs, with students learning valuable life skills. CTE, formerly known as vocational education, currently has seven state-approved curriculum and training programs in place at CHS. The Journal has been spotlighting those “pathways,” and this week focuses on careers in education.
As of this past November, Corcoran High School’s Careers in Education Pathway students have been busy assisting Fremont Elementary School teachers with kids. The current schedule has the CHS juniors and seniors at Fremont Elementary four days per week.
Corcoran High School students are learning to build the video games they spend so much time playing. With the video game business being a multi-billion dollar industry, it goes without saying that video games are no longer simply hobby. Today at CHS, students are being taught how to design, code and review video games.
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