Kern Sol News
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By BERENICE SANCHEZ, South Kern Sol
‘Fighting for a dream’ is the motto at Ten Count Boxing.
By CLARA BRUNO/South Kern Sol
LAMONT—With the June 5 primary elections only days away, 5th District Supervisor candidate Leticia Perez is not slowing down.
By FABIAN GONZALEZ/South Kern Sol
ARVIN–Arvin High School junior and senior students were invited to experience an alcohol- related crash scenario where student peers were involved in being ‘the walking dead.’
The “Every 15 Minutes” program is on its website as “an event designed to dramatically instill teenagers with the potentially dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol and texting while driving” and offering “ real-life experience without the real-life risks.”
It got its title because someone is involved in an alcohol-related crash every 15 minutes in the United States.
By GIBRAN ‘GIBZ’ MONCAYO/ South Kern Sol
ARVIN –Recently, conservative republicans opposed Violence Against Women Act because the act would extend its protection to same sex couples and undocumented residents.
BAKERSFIELD– The United Farm Workers celebrated its 50th Anniversary at the Rabobank Convention Center on May 18 to May 20.
By LUZ PEÑA/South Kern Sol
BAKERFIELD – Bike Bakersfield will host a two day-event to get families on their bikes.
By STEPHANIE ESPINOZA/South Kern Sol
Arvin High School Environmental Horticulture Academy hosted and all-day event to help student advance in their education and career goals.
By ANDRES GARCIA/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD – Local LGBTQ community is left a little uncertain after United States President Barack Obama announced of his support for same Sex Marriage.
Compiled by MIROSLAVA DELEON/South Kern Sol
Ed. Note: Last week South Kern Sol featured the first part in this four part series featuring youth, who are Dreamers.
By BERENICE SANCHEZ/South Kern Sol
On Wednesday, people across the nation tuned their television sets to an exclusive White House press briefing, where they heard Barack Obama utter a sentence that no previous President had ever dared: “I think same sex couples should be able to get married.”
It’s about time President Obama made it clear which side he’s on.