Posts by Dana Carrillo:
This Thanksgiving holiday Bakersfield’s Burrito Project celebrated by passing out hot breakfast burritos with hygiene products, blankets, socks, and other essential items.
California saw a historic spike in job creation allowing the governor’s office to report a restorative number of jobs available since the pandemic began.
Bakersfield College (BC) held its first official Transgender Clothing Swap for Trans Awareness Week.
The event was hosted by the LGBTQIA+ Initiative and Office of Student Life (OSL).
Imagine seeing your favorite elementary school staff member show up to school one day in full Aztec dance attire with an array of indigenous instruments to perform for you.
Last week, a young Arvin High School (AHS) student went to school with long hair and ended the school day with parts shaved off.
The Kern County Library and Kern Behavioral Health and Recovery Services with Drug Free Kern are providing free kits with the life saving drug Naloxone for anyone who requests it in hopes to combat the opioid crisis.