More than 200 million pounds of pesticides are used in California each year, and with 3 million of those pounds being used within a 7 mile radius of Shafter, pesticides remains at the top of the list of pollutants of greatest concern to Shafter residents.
The Bakersfield City Council adopted the staff proposed budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year at the Wednesday City Council meeting.
The Delano LGBTQ Alliance held a Pride march Saturday 12 in celebration of Pride Month.
Marivel Servin, LGBTQ Alliance lead organizer, said that she felt really joyful and appreciated having this opportunity.
“Finally! Bryan!” was what Delano Mayor Bryan Osorio’s friends said when he was verified on Instagram shortly after he declared his candidacy for California’s 21st Congressional District.
BY HENRY A. BARRIOS
Arvin High School held it’s class of 2021 commencement on Friday evening, June 11, 2021 as a gentle breeze cooled graduates, family and friends.
The Delano City Council approved to fly a Pride flag outside of the City building in honor of Pride Month.
With California’s economy fully reopened and most COVID-19 restrictions lifted at gyms and fitness centers, Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the Governor’s Advisory Council on Physical Fitness and Mental Well-Being, a new advisory council tasked with exploring healthy strategies to ensure Californians can thrive.
In a press release that was released last Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom revealed that California will work to end oil extraction as part of nation-leading effort to achieve carbon neutrality.