During their November 2 Bakersfield City Council meeting, residents stepped forward to speak up against the proposed Majestic Gateway Project that would place a one million square foot distribution center within two miles of 19 different schools.
As the election results came to an end a few races stuck out to Kern Sol News due to the change in positions or how close the race was.
Imelda Meza Torres joined Loud for Tomorrow because the organization shares the same values as her and both know the power of youth and what it means to help the community.
Local coach and McFarland High School alumna Alyssa Medina introduced her youth basketball program in 2015.
High school students Imelda Meza and Jesus Serrano are both in the organization Loud for Tomorrow and are phone banking on a weekly basis and are also taking the initiative to go out into the community and spread the word about voting.
Last week, a young Arvin High School (AHS) student went to school with long hair and ended the school day with parts shaved off.