South Kern Sol
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By Alejandra Alberto
“La gente unida, jamás será vencida,” — the united people will never be defeated — shouted a crowd gathered at Mesa Verde Detention Facility Thursday night to protest against rumors to expand the center.
Academy Award-winning actor and three-time Grammy recipient Common is heading to Bakersfield next week to inspire Kern County youth to be socially active by using their voices to advocate for healthy and inclusive communities.
By Adeyinka Glover
I’m often asked, “What are you allergic to?”
I always respond, “Everything.”
When this topic is brought up, I try to change the subject.
The Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance will host a free Civil Rights and Immigrants Conference to address the current policies and issues immigrants in Kern County face.
Beginning next week, Dignity Health will offer free drive-thru flu vaccine clinics. The free clinics are for those 18 years or older.
Cal State Bakersfield’s campus historian Albert Camarillo will speak next month about voting rights and his role as an expert witness in the recent Luna V.
Just weeks before election day, the District 4 Kern County Supervisor candidates will participate in a student centered debate next month that will give voters a better idea of what their vision is for Kern County.
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.