On March 21, the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) will be holding two public meetings in Kern County to discuss Kern County’s vision for carbon management.
This past weekend, on February 24 and 25, Arvin High’s annual Airband returned for the first time since 2020.
Tuesday, Arvin Navigation Center of Flood Ministries and several other local organizations came together to offer free services with food and music.
On December 5, the city of Arvin Chamber of Commerce held their annual Christmas parade, with many exciting entries.
California State University Fresno is partnering with local school districts in California, including the Arvin Union School District, to bring free online classes to parents.
The Arvin Navigation Center celebrates its grand opening to serve the community of those in need.
The Kern County chapters of the Boys & Girls Club, an organization of after-school programs, will be providing free lunch to kids 18 years and younger at their locations in Arvin, Lamont, and Bakersfield during the summer.
“To us it’s a historic moment.” Those are the words of Fredi Castrejon, the founding president of the newly established Arvin-Lamont Kiwanis Club chapter.
The Community Emissions Reduction Program (CERP) has approved over $30 million in investments to reduce air pollution in the communities of Arvin and Lamont.
On Wednesday morning Arvin celebrated a groundbreaking ceremony for the extension of the Bakersfield College campus that will be built on 1001 Varsity Road across from Arvin High School.