Dean Welliver, News
Zoey Luna began discovering herself in middle school.
The transgender Latina was assigned male at birth, but realized during her adolescence that wasn’t her identity.
By Chyna Patz, South Kern Sol
West High School has a bullying problem.
Walk around West High any school day and you can find somebody on campus who has been personally affected by bullying, or knows a student who has.
Photos by Veronica Morley
Organizations, advocates, students and families delivered a simple message during a recent press event at the Liberty Bell: health is more than health care and everyone, particularly the most vulnerable members of our community, is at risk.
South Kern Sol, News Report, Dean Welliver
Kern County recognized World AIDS Day 2017 with a comprehensive series of events focused on awareness, education, prevention, and remembrance, including the Kern County HIV Partnership’s World AIDS Day Resource Fair and the Bakersfield AIDS Project’s 24th annual World AIDS Day Vigil.
South Kern Sol
On Friday, December 1, the Kern County HIV Partnership will be hosting a World AIDS Day Resource Fair for community members.
By Cassidy Sheppard
On Oct. 24, nearly a year after California voted to allow the commercial use of marijuana, Kern County’s Board of Supervisors banned all commercial sales of the drug, citing family values and a disregard for wanting to regulate the local pot industry.