Jesus Rodriguez feeds America.
Rodriguez, 34, spends most of his days toiling in the fields south of Bakersfield picking grapes, but despite that, cannot afford to always feed his own family — especially in the summer when rising temperatures results in fewer hours worked in the field.
By Marcos Cabrera
After months of inaction, Arvin City Council members will decide this month whether to impose new regulations on future oil and gas facilities in the city of Arvin, potentially pushing petroleum operations back 300 feet from homes and schools.
Ja’Nell Gore, Youth Perspective
Too often social media gives a misconception of what depression looks like and sometimes even romanticizes it.
Every time something bad happens and a person gets sad does not mean they are all of a sudden depressed.
By Dean Welliver
In the newest iterations of plans to redraw Kern High School District boundaries, no trustees are drawn out of their areas — and that’s fine by them.
BY: Ja’Nell Gore
Why is every black woman so ‘angry’? Why is every black man ‘in a gang’?
In this segment of In the 661, Jack Becker of Bike Bakersfield talks about what they are doing in Arvin to improve health outcomes!