It’s been a couple years since Jasmin Arriola and Francisco Bolanos have been hoping to have a home of their own for their small family.
By Claudia Boyd-Barrett
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On the dusty outskirts of Bakersfield, Rosa Perez and her family are living without a basic housing amenity — clean water.
The Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) is offering free booking and clerical training opportunities along with GED classes to those who need it.
It was revealed on Tuesday night that Bakersfield College (BC) Arvin Education Center construction will begin this upcoming summer in July 2022.
Last month, Arvin was reported to have the cleanest water in Arvin history.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) announced that Arvin is now in compliance with arsenic drinking water standards.
Kern County is one of 18 locations that Governor Gavin Newson has committed to bridging the digital divide.