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Editor’s Note: To celebrate Black History Month, Kern Sol News is highlighting notable Black leaders in Kern County who are working to create positive change in their community.
Growing up, I hardly saw women in the media that looked like and represented me. To say it was rare is an understatement.
She’s a woman
She’ll grow up, maybe get a job in her degree
Definitely get a husband
Have as many children as he pleases
She’ll know that managing her family comes before any superficial need she thinks exists
She knows that her duty as a woman
Is to be a loving wife and mother
The Kern County Public Health Department opened its COVID-19 Mass Vaccination site at the Kern County Fairgrounds Wednesday morning.
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.
Donald Trump was impeached last week for the role he played in the riot at the capitol.
The California State University system announced last week it extended its application deadline to Dec. 15.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was declared President elect Saturday morning by multiple media outlets. It was no surprise Biden won the electoral college votes from the State of California, as it has been a blue state for quite some time; however, Kern County is known for being a predominately red county.
With Election Day just days away, the Kern County Elections office continues to receive ballots at higher rates than precious years, officials say.
The Kern High School District had its first cohort of students return for in-person instruction Wednesday.