South Kern Sol
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If you used the Google browser Tuesday, you may have noticed a bit more red, white and blue.
Cultures help define the identities of regions, neighborhoods and people, and there’s no shortage of them throughout Kern County.
By Barbara Perez
Ever since I could remember, I always believed that the 30-foot-long missing piece of sidewalk on Monitor Street near Ollivier Middle School would forever remain a patch of dirt.
The Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity is partnering with the California State University-Bakersfield’s Kegley Institute of Ethics and the CSUB Institute for Religion, Education, and Public Policy (IREPP), will soon host a unique interfaith forum tonight on the acceptance and contributions of LGBTQ people in Kern County spiritual communities.
By Norma Ruiz
Many of you probably don’t think too much about driving to work or taking the bus to school.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sonia Nazario is coming to Bakersfield next month to discuss her experiences reporting on immigration and journalism.
By Aubrey Jasso
Youth from Delano spoke up about what they believe are the most pressing issues impacting them.
By Adela Aguirre
Community members learned a little more about candidates running for the hotly contested District Four county supervisor seat Aug.
A different kind of farmers market: Community groups team up to provide free produce to Arvin residents
Jesus Rodriguez feeds America.
Rodriguez, 34, spends most of his days toiling in the fields south of Bakersfield picking grapes, but despite that, cannot afford to always feed his own family — especially in the summer when rising temperatures results in fewer hours worked in the field.
By Aubrey Jasso
A 22-year-old UC Berkeley graduate with local roots has returned from college and joined an already crowded race to represent Delano residents on the city council.