7 Do’s and Don’ts from Immigration Attorneys

March 8, 2017 / By

South Kern Sol, Randy Villegas

In late February, a coalition of lawyers gathered at CSUB to inform community residents about their rights, regardless of their immigration status.

Fears Under The Trump Administration? Local Youth Weigh In

February 22, 2017 / By

By Randy Villegas

Editor’s Note: As demonstrations amplify across Kern County around Trump’s recent policies on immigration, women’s rights, anti-LGBTQ action, or the GOP’s agenda to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, there is real fear among youth across the County.

Cancer Patient Recounts How Obamacare Saved His Life

January 20, 2017 / By

By Diana Cisneros

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Enrique Sanchez, 49, still remembers July 14, 2015. That was the date when laboratory tests confirmed what the trucker had: multiple myeloma.

Kern Youth Weigh In On Changes They Would Like to See in Their Community

January 6, 2017 / By

By Randy Villegas

Editor’s Note: With the beginning of the new year, many people are thinking about change.

Poll: Majority of Californians Value the Coast, Even as They Move Farther From It

November 18, 2016 / By

New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann

Above: Protestors gathered at a recent Coastal Commission hearing in Half Moon Bay, about 30 miles south of San Francisco, in October.

Candidates Need to Start Taking South Kern More Seriously

October 5, 2016 / By

South Kern Sol, Commentary, Clara Bruno

I recently attended a candidates forum hosted by the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) at the David Head Center in Lamont.