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A free community vaccine clinic took place in Wasco on Sunday, allowing those aged five to 60 to receive their COVID-19 vaccine if they hadn’t already.
A local mentorship program in Kern County is hoping to continue making a difference in young women.
As the new Spring 2022 semester approaches at California State University of Bakersfield, students will be returning to campus to attend their face-to-face classes; due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in Kern County, there will be vaccinations and COVID testing available for the safety of faculty, staff, and students.
What appears to be the third wave of increased COVID-19 cases is causing local hospitals to reach their maximum patient capacity.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve the proposed solar project in Rosamond on Tuesday.
Back to school season has started throughout the state of California and school campuses are welcoming students back for in-person learning.
Following a school year consisting of mostly virtual learning, Bakersfield College has given students the opportunity to enroll in a hybrid learning style.
The past school year has been a learning curve for students, teachers and all others involved in the education system.