Q&A with Kern Public Health: Understanding HIV Testing, Treatment, and Prevention 

April 8, 2024 / By
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In a 2022 most recent study, Kern County Public Health detected 200 positive new cases of HIV in Kern County.

CSUB opens new counseling center

March 14, 2024 / By
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California State University Bakersfield (CSUB) now has a new location for the student counseling center, and it’s bigger and better.

Campaña “Que no te engañen” espera contrarrestar mensaje de industria petrolera

March 12, 2024 / By

Por Mesa Editorial / El Popular

“Que no te pase lo que hicieron conmigo, me engañaron y de seguro te están haciendo lo mismo…”

Así  dice el comienzo del corrido “Que no te engañen” cantada en un video por un grupo norteño del área de Los Ángeles. 

Sen. Republicans Propose Bill to Count Only U.S. Citizens in 2030 Census, Stirring Debate on Representation and Immigration Policy

February 9, 2024 / By
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Senate Republicans have announced they have introduced a bill that will only require U.S. citizens to be counted in the next census count in 2030.

CAPK will host assistance event for McFarland residents

January 17, 2024 / By

Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) is hosting a Water Bill Assistance Event in the city of McFarland.

California becomes first state to offer health care to all Californians, regardless of immigration status

January 3, 2024 / By

Starting January 2024 individuals, regardless of immigration status, between the ages of 26 to 49 can be provided full coverage of Medi-Cal if they meet the eligibility criteria.