Hundreds of people gathered in Cal State Bakersfield’s Dore Theater to hear activists, academic and author Angela Davis speak for the 33rd Charles W.
The Kern County Grand Jury released a report Wednesday recommending the Bakersfield City Council hold random drawings to choose Measure N Oversight Committee members.
After community members and education advocates have asked the Bakersfield City School District for months where summer school funds are being disbursed, the district announced Tuesday it will put the money into revamped after school programs for the next school year.
The Cesar E. Chavez Indoor Percussion Ensemble headed to Dayton, Ohio Tuesday to compete in the Winter Guard International Championships in Percussion Scholastic World Division — the highest division in the world for high school ensembles.
Ahead of a slew of proposed legislation that would reign in charter school growth statewide, a consortium of local business owners are seeking to establish a charter high school in central Bakersfield that would focus on business and entrepreneurship.
BY JAMES LUCKEY JR.
Publisher/Editor, Observer Group Newspapers of Southern Ca. Inc.
I spent the last 10 years watching Nipsey grow, not just through his music but through the relationships that were built as a result of our weekly local newspaper delivery, in and around South Central Los Angeles.
The public is invited to the first Power Summit Pop-Up Voto Latino event this month.
Hosted by Voto Latino and Building Healthy Communities, the Power Summit Pop-up is a one-day leadership conference that trains and equips young leaders with the tools and skills to enact lasting change in their communities.
The Kern Complete Count Committee launched its 2020 Census Outreach Campaign Monday morning outside the Beale Memorial Library, with a goal to raise awareness and educate the community on the count.