Posts Tagged as "featured"

Nick Hill takes the helm as Interim Executive Director of MLKcommUNITY Initiative

April 11, 2024 / By
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Today, Nick Hill was named the Interim Executive Director of the Circle of Life Development Foundation, also known as the MLKcommUNITY Initiative, which is an economic development organization dedicated to fostering growth and prosperity in the community. 

Controversy surrounds launch of CalCapture project amid community concerns

March 27, 2024 / By
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Despite concerns from residents and community-based organizations, the California Resources Corporation (CRC) will be launching CalCapture, the carbon capture and storage (CCS) project that will capture carbon dioxide from the Elk Hills Power plant and inject it deep underground for permanent sequestration in depleted underground reservoirs.

CA Attorney General resolves Tenant Protection Act violations in Bakersfield settlement

March 1, 2024 / By
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Yesterday, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced a settlement with two separate Bakersfield landlords and their property management company, Clemmer & Company for their multiple violations of the Tenant Protection Act (TPA) and their violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act.

Rising entertainment platform prices prompt concerns among consumers

February 21, 2024 / By
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By Daniel Flores Meza

Over the last few years, the prices of entertainment platforms have been on a steady incline, causing many people to be upset with the increased prices. 

McFarland student advocates for more focus on creativity in English classes

February 20, 2024 / By
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By Dulce Valenzuela

In the U.S., there is a nationwide emphasis on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education.

AI in music: a harmony of creativity and concerns

February 16, 2024 / By
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By Dianeli Nevarez

The music industry is something that has always been powered by humans, driven by our creativity and self-expression.

Delano local puts spotlight on the community through sports media

February 15, 2024 / By
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By Luis-Angel Gonzalez

Despite high school sports garnering a wide audience, smaller agriculture-based communities like Kern County tend to be underrepresented.

Delano’s fresh faces and new spaces this year

February 6, 2024 / By
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As we welcome a new year, Delano, CA has opened space for new businesses. Below are some establishments to look out for.

Empowering McFarland: the need for more martial arts opportunities in the community

February 2, 2024 / By
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By: Hugo Sanchez

In McFarland, there are few opportunities for people to learn martial arts. The only option for combat sports and martial arts is wrestling, but there could be more martial arts for people to learn. 

Sol on the Street: High school seniors’ thoughts before graduation

January 29, 2024 / By
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With their high school graduation quickly approaching, some seniors may be stressed or anxious about what’s in store for their future.