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Medical providers, KC Public Health join together in COVID-19 safety message

September 17, 2021 / By

The Kern County Department of Public Health, Adventist Health, Bakersfield Heart Hospital, Dignity Health, Kaiser Permanente, Kern Medical, and the Kern Valley Healthcare District released a joint community message on September 17.

Governor Newsom issues proclamation declaring Latino Heritage Month

September 17, 2021 / By

Governor Gavin Newsom issued a proclamation Wednesday declaring Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, 2021, as Latino Heritage Month in the State of California.

State model predicts increase in Kern’s COVID-19 hospitalizations

September 16, 2021 / By

Kern County has seen a drastic increase in hospitalizations over the last four weeks.

Just over four days, from Aug.

Kern County sues Governor Newsom in an effort to address restrictions placed on Kern’s oil industry

September 14, 2021 / By

The County of Kern announced Monday it is suing Governor Gavin Newsom in an effort to address restrictions placed on Kern’s oil industry.

BCSD creates COVID-19 dashboard to detail weekly positive cases

September 9, 2021 / By
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The Bakersfield City School District has implemented a COVID-19 dashboard that will reflect positive COVID-19 cases reported to a school or department by an onsite student or staff member.

Health officials confirm more than 1,900 new cases of COVID-19 in Kern over the holiday weekend

September 8, 2021 / By

Kern County Public Health announced 1,911 new cases of COVID-19 in Kern over the last four days, bringing the total number of cases to 128,770.

Community members propose term limits for Board of Supervisor members

September 8, 2021 / By

A group of community leaders filed a petition Tuesday morning at the Kern County Clerk’s Office calling to enact term limits on members of the Kern County Board of Supervisors.

Kern County to hold public hearing on redistricting

September 2, 2021 / By

Since Kern County is undergoing the process of redistricting this year in accordance with the 2020 U.S.

Health officials confirm 511 new cases of COVID-19 in Kern

September 1, 2021 / By

The Kern County Public Health Department confirmed Tuesday more than 500 new cases of COVID-19 in Kern, bringing the total to 124,943 cases.

Thousands face eviction without a lawyer — A bill before the state senate would even the odds

September 1, 2021 / By

By Tina Rosales, housing advocate at Western Center on Law & Poverty, Ethnic Media Services 

Imagine coming home one day to find a notice  on your door stating in bold letters: 

TO ALL TENANT(S) AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN POSSESSION: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED…there is now due and unpaid rent for said premises.