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With Tax Day just around the corner, organizations in Kern are working hard to provide residents assistance with their taxes.
The Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Field exhibit is now open to the public.
This virtual exhibition features bilingual text (English-Spanish), reproductions of historic and personal photographs and documents, along with protest art from the farm worker movement.
Bakersfield College is set to celebrate art, education and activism with the Third Annual Jess Nieto Memorial Conference, which is set to kick off Monday.
The Kern County Superintendent of Schools released data last week showing grades among local students in Kern’s three largest school districts have significantly dropped since shutting down schools nearly a year ago.
Central Valley Human Right Organizers took action Saturday in downtown Bakersfield to raise awareness of the inhuman situation children are facing inside Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers.
One Eastside Bakersfield overpass is getting a makeover, with a mission to inspire young girls and women in the community to strive for excellence and achieve their goals.
The Bakersfield College Academic Senate Board Meeting adopted Thursday The Racial Equity Commitment, a renewed commitment to equitable access and completion document outlined by Equal Opportunity and Diversity Advisory Committee.
For some, Thanksgiving will not stop residents from taking precautionary measures as COVID-19 cases increase in Kern
Local health officials are encouraging people to celebrate the holiday season safely with ourtoor and virtual celebrations to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Although the number of voters casting their ballots is already on track to surpass the 2016 votes cast, there are still plenty of people who can not vote for a number of reasons; however, some Kern County residents who are unable to vote are making a difference in this election.
Kern County Educators for Ethnic Studies Coalition members discuss the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month
As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, Kern Sol News reached out to the Kern County Educator for Ethnic Studies Coalition to learn more about their plans on highlighting the month in the curriculum.