Posts by Victoria Rodgers:
Currently the U.S. Supreme Court appears to be prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade and other states throughout the country are attempting to pass laws to restrict access to reproductive health care and ban abortions.
The rally was organized by Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, the Dolores Huerta Foundation, Kern Sol News, Women’s March Kern County, Crimson Skye, Bakersfield Aids Project, and champions for reproductive freedom in Kern will take place Saturday, May 14, at Jastro park at 2900 Truxtun Ave in Bakersfield, California.
On Friday, the M Street Navigation Center sent out a press release informing the community that they would be accepting summer clothing donations for the clients residing at their center.
On Tuesday morning, Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) hosted a press conference at the Friendship House Community Center in order to kick off May’s celebration of Community Action Month.
Have you experienced fewer mosquito bites? The release of these genetically modified mosquitos could be why
On March 7, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the approval of genetically modified mosquitos in Fresno and Tulare counties as part of an experimental use permit (EUP).
On Wednesday evening, Councilmember Eric Arias and the Bakersfield City Council confirmed Candace Neal as the first African American woman to the Bakersfield Planning Commission to serve on behalf of Ward 1.
The McFarland library branch has recently garnered the attention of the city’s leadership as the police department is considering relocating there in order to expand its force.
On Wednesday afternoon, All of Us or None (AOUON) unveiled their mural outside the Kentucky Street post office.
Today, the Kern County Public Health Services Department added 13 new deaths to the COVID-19 dashboard, bringing the total amount of COVID related deaths in Kern County to 2,294.
Self-Help Enterprises is currently bringing COVID relief programs to the communities of Wasco and Arvin.
These programs will be available for those affected by the pandemic to help pay their mortgage, utilities, and, beginning in April, rent assistance will be available as well.