Kern Sol News
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Call to all seniors: Local radio station honors Class of 2020 graduates with on-air, online campaigns
Despite graduations across the state being cancelled, FORGE Radio Network is honoring the graduating class of 2020 with an on-air and online campaign.
As I begin my sixth week of distance learning, my education has become harder than ever before.
Assembly member Rudy Salas, Representative TJ Cox and Supervisor Leticia Perez are hosting an Unemployment Benefits webinar Monday to help individuals in the 32nd Assembly District and California’s 21st Congressional District stay up to date with changes to unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Commentary: Essential farmworkers makeup the majority of McFarland’s population GEO Group aims to profit from
By Rosa Lopez
I’m a 20-year-old college student who returned from the UC Berkeley campus this semester because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kern County Board of Supervisors Chair, Supervisor Leticia Perez in coordination with Governor Gavin Newsom, announced a new Verily COVID-19 community-based testing site will open in East Bakersfield.
COMMENTARY: Kern County leaders need to consider the re-entry needs of residents being released during the COVID-19 pandemic
BY UCEDRAH OSBY
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting everyone in Kern County, and our leaders need to do everything they can to mitigate the spread of this virus, including protecting the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated population in our region.
McFarland city officials have decided to give GEO Group another chance this week to bring in immigration detention facilities to my hometown.
There is a small farm working community in Kern County where essential workers risk their lives everyday by going to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic to provide the nation with the food we eat.
For many it feels like the coronavirus lockdown happened over night.
Now weeks have passed and for many, grocery stores are the only place they are able to go to since the shelter-in-place order went into effect.
Farm workers across the country continue to go to work everyday during the COVID-19 pandemic because they are considered essential workers.