Hundreds of people joined State officials from Governor Gavin Newsom’s office Tuesday for a six-hour long Board of Supervisors meeting, where the Board discussed the economic impact State regulations regarding the oil and gas industry would have on Kern County.
Supporters of the oil and gas industry, elected officials, environmental justice advocates, education leaders and local law enforcement officers filled the Board of Supervisors chamber at 1 p.m.
The U.S. Census Bureau is ramping up its national recruiting efforts to hire part-time census takers for the 2020 Census.
In this special vignette, In the 661 Associate Producer Dean Welliver shares 5 tips for people searching for their first job!
By Alfredo Camacho
photo: Kathy Best, GET employee
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Drivers and mechanics for Golden Empire Transit (GET), who have been on strike since July 15, continue to picket downtown and at GET’s northeast offices.
The Greater Lamont Chamber of Commerce is inviting local business owners and the community to become members.
by BERENICE SANCHEZ and LUZ PEÑA/South Kern Sol
LAMONT–With her tousle hair and her infectious smile, Analleli Gallardo a 2011 graduate from Arvin High School looked forward to her first semester at San Francisco State University this fall.