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Homes hit by gunfire

Homes hit by gunfire

Corcoran Police officers are searching for more information on a shooting which occurred Sunday, March 21 at approximately 5:20 p.m. in the 1200 block of King Avenue.

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Local man arrested for murder

Local man arrested for murder

An argument led to the murder of a much loved local transient woman. On St. Patrick’s Day in the 1000 block of Norboe Corcoran Police Officers were called to a residence at 5:32 p.m. for a female fall victim.

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Homeless problem evident at John Maroot Park

Homeless problem evident at John Maroot Park

The homeless at John Maroot Park are hard to miss. The sight reminds Corcoran residents of the tents set up by homeless in neighboring cities next to their freeways. However, as common as it may be for larger cities Corcoran has seemed to escape the big city homeless issues in the past, until today.

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Col. J.G. Boswell Scholar: Martinez won scholarship in 2000; is Program Manager for Raytheon

Col. J.G. Boswell Scholar: Martinez won scholarship in 2000; is Program Manager for Raytheon

Col. J.G. Boswell Scholar Ed Martinez has worked for Raytheon for the past 16 years. Martinez won the Col. J.G. Boswell Scholarship in 2000 the year he graduated from Corcoran high School. Col. J.G. Boswell Scholar Ed Martinez has worked for Raytheon for the past 16 years. Martinez won the Col. J.G. Boswell Scholarship in 2000 the year he graduated from Corcoran High School.

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Barrera to serve as PACER for CSBA

Barrera to serve as PACER for CSBA

Former Corcoran resident Cecilio Barrera has a new position in education. Barrera has been named the CSBA Public Affairs and Community Engagement Representative (PACER) for the San Joaquin-South Division which covers all of Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties.

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Law enforcement role regarding stay at home order

Large gatherings are reportedly still being held amid the State of California’s Shelter in Place order issued by Governor Gavin Newsome. Last week, Kings County Supervisor Richard Valle led the Board of Supervisors in presenting a resolution ordering all residents to comply with the State’s stay at home orders.

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