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On August 26, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) released the first draft of their Advance Clean Fleet (ACF) rule.
The Kern County Housing Authority is currently accepting applications for their Rent and Utility Assistance Program, a program that provides short-term assistance for rent and/or utility costs.
If you’d like a chance to win a prize and protect your community, All of Us or None, a key partner with the United Against COVID-19 Coalition in Kern County, has an opportunity for you.
With the passage of Assembly Bill 130, students will now have the option to partake in a virtual independent studies program for the upcoming school year as the pandemic it still very present.
Faculty, staff, and students attending a California State University—the largest system of four-year higher education in the country— in the fall will be required to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus to access campuses.
Kern County held its first virtual informational meeting to educate the public on the redistricting process and public mapping tools Monday evening.
Governor Gavin Newsom signed off on his California Comeback Plan on Monday—a $100 billion plan that is being called the “biggest economic recovery package in California’s history.”
The Greenfield Family Resource Center is partnering with Golden Valley High School and Adventist Health to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations during the month of July.
Bakersfield High School parents spoke up at Kern High’s final public form, threatening to pull their kids out of the District if the KHSD board does not vote on a redistricting plan the parents favor.
The Kern High School District held its second community forum Tuesday which allowed numerous attendees to ask questions and voice their concerns or opinions about the district’s upcoming boundary changes.