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Q&A: McFarland’s new police chief has a vision to establish an ethical, moral police culture and trust among community
The McFarland community has had difficulty trusting the local police department; however, the new Chief of Police has plans to change that.
Just days after it passed, the City of Delano has repealed an ordinance that fined residents for gathering in large groups.
Some medical experts say taking COVID-19 precautions, such as wearing masks and social distancing, will likely decrease the number of Valley Fever cases.
McFarland athletes who were allowed to begin conditioning now uncertain about season as Kern reverts back to purple tier
Since Kern County moved Monday into the most restrictive tier for COVID-19 cases, it is uncertain what will happen with sports teams that have begun particing.
In the Delano-McFarland area, people enjoy spending their summer days at Lake Woollomes – a 455-acre area where families can have picnics, children can run around, and anyone can enjoy the water, whether they are boating, swimming, or fishing.