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Tears of pain stroll down my cheek
Tears of pain go down valleys of shame
Where the weak walk and where the strong are never found
Tears of pain that for years built up
Where every month it built up
It rushed out like a river breaking a dam and flooding a city
Tears of pain that will never go away
Until I don’t breathe and never feel
Will these tears of pain go away.
by GIBRAN ‘GIBZ’ MONCAYO and CLARA BRUNO/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD–Local Carlos Santana fans got to see the rock music legend up-close and personal before his concert on Sept.
by JOSE ‘PABLO’ ANTONIO/South Kern Sol
LAMONT–The Dolores Huerta Foundation Youth Group is an organization where youth can create events that will be beneficial to their communities and help develop their leadership skills all while having fun and getting to know one another.
by LIZETTE MIRELES/South Kern Sol
ARVIN–Although Juan Perez likes to have a good laugh, when it comes to his education and football: it’s no laughing matter.
by BERENICE SANCHEZ and LUZ PEÑA/South Kern Sol
LAMONT–With her tousle hair and her infectious smile, Analleli Gallardo a 2011 graduate from Arvin High School looked forward to her first semester at San Francisco State University this fall.
by ANDRES GARCIA/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD— On Oct. 15, 2011, Bakersfield LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) community is inviting all of Kern County to come out and have a good time.
by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD– Last month a 16-year-old farmworker suffered from a heat-related illness in Kern County.
by DIANA DELGADILLO/South Kern Sol
ARVIN–Everyone hears about breast and prostate cancer, but little do they know of colorectal cancer.
by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA and DIANA DELGADILLO/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD–His door is always open for anyone to stop by.
by MIROSLAVA DE LEON
SOUTH KERN–For Dream Act students, whose hope is to attain ‘The American Dream,’ the dream is slowly becoming a reality.