Editor’s Note: To celebrate Black History Month, Kern Sol News is highlighting notable Black leaders in Kern County who are working to create positive change in their community.
Arvin High School alumni who are currently college freshmen share their college experience and their first semester at college
During their first semester in college, current freshmen have an experience that differs from their years in high school.
The City Council’s 2023 appointments and nominations for Bakersfield’s committees started this January. Councilmember Ken Weir and Councilmember Patty Gray were not present and their appointments were not voted on.
Kern Health Systems (KHS) has secured more than $19 million from the California State Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) incentive funds to address housing and homelessness in Kern County.
On February 6 “Our Story,” a musical focused on uplifting Black history, will be coming to Bakersfield at the Fox Theater.
The city of Delano held a meeting on January 24 to inform residents about air pollution, the air monitoring network, and how to protect vulnerable populations.
Immigrant Defense Advocates and other organizations launched their California Mandela Campaign to support the California Mandela Act and end solitary confinement in California.