Since the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the nation, health professionals have been worried about a number of resources to fight the virus.
The U.S. Census Bureau has begun following up this week with households in California that have not responded to the 2020 Census, which is the final stage of conducting the once-a-decade population count of everyone living in the United States.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday in favor of a preliminary injunction that blocks GEO Inc.’s and the City of McFarland’s ability to act on permits that would allow GEO to turn two state prisons in McFarland to immigration detention centers.
The City of Delano began installing surveillance cameras around town last week as a way to help the police department with investigations.
Nearly all of Kern’s skilled nursing facilities have reported COVID-19 cases among residents and health care workers, according to the California Department of Public Health.
Delano High School students were constantly checking their phones for social media updates late last month as they awaited the California Interscholastic Federation to announce its decision regarding high school sports for the 2020-21 school year.
Although summer is nearly over, summer reading does not have to end. The Kern County Library is still open with a curbside pick-up service.
The proposed budget for Kern’s 2020-21 fiscal year proposes to make cuts in specific departments, such as the county library system, the District Attorney’s office, and the Fire Department.