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COMMENTARY: It’s time to start remembering the forgotten heroes of the Grape Strike

November 2, 2018 / By

BY ZHAKEILA NARIO CABICO

Clusters of grapes on vines grow for miles and miles in Delano, and within those vines lie the untold stories of the infamous Grape Strike of 1965.

COMMENTARY: Another year older, another year wiser, another year closer to voting

October 25, 2018 / By

BY BIVIANA URIBE

For my 16th birthday in September, I celebrated with other high school students from Delano at DoSomething.org’s GOTV bootcamp in Los Angeles.

Sol on the Street: Are the youth civically engaged?

October 16, 2018 / By

BY AUBREY JASSO

Students from Robert F. Kennedy High School in Delano spoke about the importance of voting and what causes they think are worth fighting for.

YOUTH PERSPECTIVES: A nation divided

October 15, 2018 / By
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After a controversial hearing, allegations of sexual assault, two emotional testimonies and one FBI investigation, Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the senate to become a Supreme Court Justice in early October.

It’s time we start acting responsibly when it comes to our allergies

October 2, 2018 / By

By Adeyinka Glover

I’m often asked, “What are you allergic to?”

I always respond, “Everything.”

When this topic is brought up, I try to change the subject.

In Greenfield, advocating for a small piece of sidewalk makes a big difference

September 24, 2018 / By

By Barbara Perez

Ever since I could remember, I always believed that the 30-foot-long missing piece of sidewalk on Monitor Street near Ollivier Middle School would forever remain a patch of dirt.