Seventy-Five people from countries around the world gathered in Cal State Bakersfield’s Dore Theater Tuesday morning to complete the final step in becoming a naturalized citizen of the United States of America.
The Kern Complete Count Committee launched its community-based census education outreach efforts last week at the Martin Luther Kind Jr.
In the early 1990s, a man discovered his country had killed thousands of young men. The government made these men “disappear” in the 1980s, and tried to cover up these murders.
When Karen was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis years ago, doctors weren’t sure when she would be able to move freely again.
Delano students of all ages joined the Bakersfield College Delano Campus in celebrating Larry Itliong Day and Filipino American history Friday with a series of events with the hopes to emphasize the importance of teaching ethnic studies.
We Need All Hands on Deck for Census 2020 for a Full and Accurate Count
As we gear up for the 2020 Census, we need to keep our eyes on the prize about encouraging full participation so that our communities receive the resources that they need to build new schools, roads, and other public facilities.
Cal State Bakersfield’s Kegley Institute of Ethics is accepting nominations for the 2020 Wendy Wayne Ethics Awards.
The California Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday that virtually all use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos in California will end next year, officials say.