Reyna Olaguez

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Las Cafeteras to perform in Bakersfield in September

August 17, 2023 / By

Get your dancing shoes and get ready to dance the night away at World Records on September 16, when Las Cafeteras come to Bakersfield. 

‘We can’t afford to wait’: It’s time Kern prioritizes people of color during COVID-19 vaccination rollout

February 12, 2021 / By

For all of us who live in Kern County, this is one of the most chilling headlines we can read: “How is vaccination going in Kern County?

Quedarse en Casa lo Ayudará a Mantenerse Sano Durante la Pandemia de Covid-19

March 24, 2020 / By
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Evitemos que la Crisis de Covid-19 Empeore

Por Reyna Oláguez, South Kern Sol

La semana pasada, el gobernador Newsom emitió una directiva para restringir a los californianos a abandonar sus hogares, excepto para ir al supermercado, a la farmacia, para buscar atención médica o para ir a un trabajo que se considera esencial.

COMMENTARY: Stay Home, Stay Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

March 24, 2020 / By

Last week Governor Newsom issued a directive to restrict Californians from leaving their homes except to go to the grocery store, pharmacy, to seek medical care, or to commute to a job that is considered essential.

Hundreds attend meeting with state officials to discuss economic, health impact of local oil and gas industry

January 16, 2020 / By and

Hundreds of people joined State officials from Governor Gavin Newsom’s office Tuesday for a six-hour long Board of Supervisors meeting, where the Board discussed the economic impact State regulations regarding the oil and gas industry would have on Kern County. 

Census 2020: San Joaquin Valley Represents the New California

October 24, 2019 / By

We Need All Hands on Deck for Census 2020 for a Full and Accurate Count

As we gear up for the 2020 Census, we need to keep our eyes on the prize about encouraging full participation so that our communities receive the resources that they need to build new schools, roads, and other public facilities.

Artist’s ‘Prototype’ piece tells story of border culture

April 2, 2019 / By

The Bakersfield Museum of Art is showcasing the art of Gustavo Godoy, a Los Angeles based artist whose work stems from concepts of social systems, labor and construction.

Lamont man celebrates 110th birthday; he credits his longevity to prayer, a healthy diet and minimal stress

January 24, 2019 / By and

Last Thursday, Modesto Lopez Bautizta began his day by giving thanks to God for living another day — just as he does every day.