South Kern Sol
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The California Endowment is seeking input from its partners on how funds should be allocated over the next few years.
Here are the unofficial Kern County election results as of 8 a.m. Wednesday morning.
21st Congressional District
Incumbent David Valadao defeated Democratic challenger TJ Cox.
Adan Cruz, a 21-year-old Bakersfield College student, voted for the first time today, Election Day 2018.
The Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity and the California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. are hosting a free Transgender Clothing Swap and Informational Session this weekend to support the local transgender community.
BY ZHAKEILA NARIO CABICO
Clusters of grapes on vines grow for miles and miles in Delano, and within those vines lie the untold stories of the infamous Grape Strike of 1965.
Do you or someone you know need a screening mammogram? If you are without insurance and need a screening mammogram, join Links for Life at the first ever Health & Resource Fair, hosted at Bear Mountain Elementary School in Arvin.
Bakersfield College’s Public Health Science Program is hosting an information fair next week for students interested in degrees and careers in public health.
You won’t want to miss this weekend’s 10th annual Dia de Los Muertos Festival, a celebration of “life, love and death.”
Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a popular Mexican tradition where friends and families honor deceased loved ones while paying tribute to them in the form of special gatherings and altar displays.
The Bakersfield Police Department and Drug Enforcement Administration are hosting a National Prescription Drug Take Back event to prevent prescription medication abuse and theft by allowing the public to rid their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
BY BIVIANA URIBE
For my 16th birthday in September, I celebrated with other high school students from Delano at DoSomething.org’s GOTV bootcamp in Los Angeles.