BURGLARY SUSPECT ARRESTED

On July 25, 2021, at about 6:00 AM, Coalinga Police officers were dispatched to the Coalinga Discount Market regarding a burglary that had occurred. Officers were able to obtain video surveillance footage which showed the suspect breaking one of the front windows to the business and then entering the building through that broken window. Through…

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CHUSD Meets With Candidates For School Board July 20

When Coalinga Huron Unified School District board member Ray Zubiri resigned from the board last month, it was after serving the district as a board member for 21 years. In addition to that, he served the district and community in many capacities for many years. Since Zubiri’s resignation, CHUSD has been seeking candidates to fill…

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Shooting Leaves 14-Year-Old Wounded

Press Release From Coalinga Police DepartmentJuly 19, 2021 On July 16, 2021, at about 7:53 PM, Coalinga police officers were dispatched to the area of Hoover Street and Pine Street regarding a reported shooting. Upon arrival, officers found an alert andcooperative 14-year-old Coalinga resident with injuries to his face from the shooting. Thejuvenile was immediately…

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Reading That Water Bill

Now that Coalinga residents are on watch, many are scrambling to make sense out of their city utility bills. All residents should know by now that the allotment for each address is 15,000 gallons of water per month. If users are able to keep their usage within that frame, no extra costs will be incurred.…

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Serious Water Shortage

City Imposes Restrictions • Announces Modified Fee Structure Coalinga residents will be paying a lot more for their water usage when they use an excess of 15,000 gallons per month. There is a structured cost increase for customers who use amounts greater than the allotted 15,000 gallons of water per single-family home. California Governor Gavin…

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