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Tina Botill

Tina is the Managing Editor at The Corcoran Journal. To contact her, please call the newspaper.

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 08:00

Holiday Pie Contest

The Corcoran Journal and the Corcoran Chamber of Commerce are looking for the best pies in the community. The annual Thanksgiving Pie Contest will offer Corcoran cash to the top three entries. Entries are being accepted for the contest, which will be held Monday, Nov. 17. Deadline is 2 p.m. All entries need to be brought to the Corcoran Journal office. Entry forms are available at The Journal office at 1012 Hale Ave.

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Friday, 07 November 2014 08:00

Corcoran versus Lindsay


The Corcoran High varsity boys’ football team traveled to Lindsay on Halloween looking for a victory and they got one—the next day. The teams started the game Friday night but once rain and lightning began the game was postponed until Saturday afternoon.


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Thursday, 06 November 2014 08:00

Cribbs Boyett Engagement

Ron and Karen Cribbs of Corcoran are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Emily Marie Cribbs to Erik Michael Boyett, son of Michael and Kacy Boyett of Corcoran.



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Wednesday, 29 May 2013 00:00

Nova Storm Systems

This week, Brian Dukes of Nova Storm Systems takes center ring.
Want a custom computer built from scratch? Brian Dukes is the man to call. Starting his now business in 2003, Dukes works out of office space at the Thurman and Thurman CPAs building, where he is involved in computer sales and service, networking solutions, high-speed wireless internet services and IP security cameras. As previously noted, he can also build computers to order.
And for those who like to game--this is the guy to provide the right platform.

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Friday, 08 March 2013 15:48

Richard's Chevrolet

A staple in the downtown area since 1987, Richard's Chevrolet was in the spotlight at a recent Rotary Club meeting in Rotary's Business to Business segment. Owner Richard Garcia and his son Todd attended the meeting and spoke about the local company.
Richard noted that he started the business small, but now employs 21 people. The company volume is approximately $800,00 per month, which translates into plenty of sales tax revenue for the City of Corcoran each year.

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