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COMMENTARY: I am calling on Kern school districts to implement the Dolores Huerta Day Resolution to inspire our students
BY ALEXNDER FAN
For the past several years, I have worked towards my career goal of becoming a human rights lawyer.
Transitional Youth Mobilizing for Change (TYM4Change) invites the public to join in the journey of renovating the playground at Sunset Middle School in Weedpatch.
The Kern County Network for Child’s Dream Center, a one-stop resource center for current and former foster youth and unaccompanied youth, is set to open at full capacity with its full menu of services beginning Monday, April 12 at 8 a.m.
Effective immediately, all individuals 16 years old and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in Kern County, Kern County Public Health announced Monday morning.
Adventist Health, Dignity Health, Kaiser Permanente, MLKcommUNITY Initiative, and The People’s Baptist Church Bakersfield are partnering to provide free vaccines to the community this upcoming weekend.
Governor Newsom announced anyone living in Quartile 1 or 2 of the Healthy Places Index could receive a COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of age or occupation, at the provider’s discretion.
The Kern High School District has begun implementing its Phased Reopening of In-Person Instruction Plan on March 15, 2021 with the return of some of the district’s most vulnerable, at-risk and high-need students.
The State announced Tuesday that Kern County has moved from the Purple Tier (Tier 1) to the less restrictive Red Tier (Tier 2) of the State’s COVID-19 blueprint, effective Wednesday.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will provide financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses incurred after Jan.
BY MAURICIO SANJUAN MELO
En un esfuerzo conjunto para vacunar a los trabajadores agrícolas, la Coalición Unidos Contra el COVID-19 organizó una Clínica de Vacunación en el condado de Kern durante el fin de semana.