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Social media’s impact on cyberbullying

February 22, 2024 / By

By Sussie Andrade

Social media can have many negative impacts on people’s lives. It’s crucial to shed light on the potential negative effects, such as the spread of propaganda, addiction to phones, and even cyberbullying. 

Commentary: a plea for road repairs to enhance community safety and image

February 22, 2024 / By

By Juan Nava

I have lived in McFarland all my life. Ever since I could remember the streets have been messed up; they have a lot of potholes and loose gravel everywhere.

CAPK WILL HOST ASSISTANCE EVENT FOR BAKERSFIELD RESIDENTS

February 21, 2024 / By
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Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) is hosting a Water Bill Assistance Event and Resource Fair in the city of Bakersfield.

Delano local puts spotlight on the community through sports media

February 15, 2024 / By
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By Luis-Angel Gonzalez

Despite high school sports garnering a wide audience, smaller agriculture-based communities like Kern County tend to be underrepresented.

The United Liberation Front hosts movie night despite KCSO attempt to cancel

January 31, 2024 / By
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The United Liberation Front (ULF) released a statement regarding the attempt Kern County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) made to stop ULF’s latest movie showing of “Gueto 2009,” a Spanish film depicting a Palestinian story, on January 26.

Kern Sol News is hiring: Taft Staff Reporter

October 24, 2023 / By

JOB DESCRIPTION 

Local resident in the Kern County area in the role of writing articles for the Kern Sol News program.