Posts by Estrella Ramos:
Although summer is nearly over, summer reading does not have to end. The Kern County Library is still open with a curbside pick-up service.
The proposed budget for Kern’s 2020-21 fiscal year proposes to make cuts in specific departments, such as the county library system, the District Attorney’s office, and the Fire Department.
COMMENTARY: There is a great need for transparency in our local law enforcement agencies; what will we do about it?
The official police academy’s motto is: “To Protect and to Serve,” yet time and time again, many law enforcement officers have failed to uphold this motto.
The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be stressful for many people.
The uncertaintly of what could happen can cause fear and anxiety.
Since the death of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matters Movement has erupted across Kern County and has had a large impact on the young adults in our community.
At a community budget meeting held Friday via Zoom, nearly 90 community members called to defund the Bakersfield Police Department and reallocate those funds to other community services.
Q&A: CSUB, BC presidents share plans for future sessions during pandemic, offer words of wisdom to students
As both Cal State Bakersfield and Bakersfield College move into their summer sessions and plan for the fall, students are preparing themselves for a different type of schooling.
The Black Lives Matter movement has erupted across the nation, following the wrongful death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020.