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East Bakersfield High School’s Theatre Department invites the community to enjoy a little summer fun as they present the musical production of Little Shop of Horrors!
The Kern County Public Health Department confirmed Wednesday 162 new COVID-19 cases in Kern County over the last five days, bringing the total of cases to 111,273.
The Story Tours Bookmobile program is proud to support the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 31st Anniversary with a free book giveaway at all Kern County stops (while supplies last).
After months of struggling with declining health, founding publisher of El Popular, Raúl R. Camacho, Sr.
BY ERICA MURILLO
With the recent high turnover rate of Arvin City employees, the Arvin City Council discussed the need for a city manager at last week’s city council meeting.
With California’s economy fully reopened and most COVID-19 restrictions lifted at gyms and fitness centers, Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the Governor’s Advisory Council on Physical Fitness and Mental Well-Being, a new advisory council tasked with exploring healthy strategies to ensure Californians can thrive.
BY HENRY A. BARRIOS
Arvin High School held it’s class of 2021 commencement on Friday evening, June 11, 2021 as a gentle breeze cooled graduates, family and friends.
Kern County reopens Tuesday, health officials say, ‘celebrates moving beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy’
The state announced Tuesday that the Blueprint for a Safer Economy has retired, allowing most places to open and operate with no capacity limitations or social distancing requirements.
Kern County remains in the Orange Tier (Tier 3) of the COVID-19 Blueprint for a Safer Economy.