Estrella Ramos

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Health officials say allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccine is rare

January 26, 2021 / By

There are two vaccines for Coronavirus, the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. They are both mRNA vaccines, which are vaccines that use a copy of messenger mRNA to produce an immune response.

Biden announces goals for first 100 days of Presidency

January 21, 2021 / By

Since Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency, it has become a tradition to dissect the productivity of every president thereafter.

President Joe Biden emphasizes unity during inauguration speech

January 20, 2021 / By and

As President Joe Biden was sworn into office in Washington DC Wednesday, his speech was filled with thoughts of hope, unity, and change for the better. 

With continued increase in screen time, expert offers tips to protect body from muscular disorder

January 20, 2021 / By

As the pandemic continues, those in distance learning and those working from home will continue to endure increased screen time as school and work remain online.

How Covid-19 mutates and its new strains

January 15, 2021 / By

Viruses constantly change through mutation, so new variants of a virus are expected. They naturally mutate as they spread through a population and happen by chance.

Primex, Wasco State Prison, Kingston Healthcare Center receive fines from state for violations in COVID-19 infection prevention

January 12, 2021 / By

Multiple Kern County-based companies and facilities have received fines from the state these past few months for not following COVID-19 infection prevention in the workplace.

Commentary: The first step to re-gaining public trust is holding people accountable for their actions

January 11, 2021 / By

Trust is the glue that binds people, society, and community together. Trust is correlated with increased civic participation, decreased corruption, increased resilience to disasters, decreased economic inequality, and decreases in illegal activities.

Governor appoints first Latina to sit on Kern County Superior Court

December 22, 2020 / By

The Governor has appointed the first Latina judge to sit on the Kern County Superior Court for California’s Superior Court.

‘I wish my teacher knew…’: Students offer ideas on how to better future distance learning experiences

December 21, 2020 / By

With winter break beginning, students can finally breathe after completing an entire semester of full distance learning.

Discord: A gamer communication tool is now being used by colleges to encourage dialogue in virtual classes

November 24, 2020 / By

College students are now halfway through their fall semester, and they continue with the online-learning format with a new twist.