Ethnic Studies courses will soon be required in general education requirements among community colleges in California.
Youth across Kern County have decided to come vaccinated against COVID-19, and some are speaking up about why they decided to receive the vaccine.
Since June 15, California has remained open, with many of the state’s COVID-19 restrictions being lifted.
The Arvin City Council unanimously approved last week the development of a cannabis manufacturing facility.
The council approved the development agreement between the City of Arvin, FSBT Holdings, and Jam Realty Holdings, the owner of the property, for the development of a commercial cannabis operation, located on South Derby Street.
Kern County Public Health officials confirmed Tuesday that 99.4 percent of Kern’s COVID-19 cases since January are among residents who are unvaccinated.
Governor Gavin Newsom signed off on his California Comeback Plan on Monday—a $100 billion plan that is being called the “biggest economic recovery package in California’s history.”
Kern County held its first virtual informational meeting to educate the public on the redistricting process and public mapping tools Monday evening.
Kern County is holding a series of redistricting hearings beginning Monday to receive public input from community members on where district lines should be drawn.