During the Bakersfield City Council meeting on September 21, a local advocate and resident spoke before the Mayor and City Council members urging them to allocate funds towards eviction protection and rental assistance to strengthen the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) further locally.
The Dolores Huerta Foundation and several other organizations held a candidate forum with Ward 3 candidates Boyd Binninger and Zeferino Barron, and District 3 Board of supervisors candidate Brian Smith.
Every year during the spring semester all schools around Kern County take assessments to determine whether a student is meeting their reading standards or not.
The Central California Asthma Collaborative (CCAC) — an organization that provides education and direct services emphasizing the prevention and management of asthma — celebrated the grand opening of its new Bakersfield office location on Friday.
The Dolores Huerta Foundation and a collaboration of other organizations are hosting a candidate forum 6:00 p.m
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.
As the world attempts to return to a sense of normalcy after the pandemic, the shift is not that easy for some teens.
As students have made their way back to the classroom and met their new teachers this school year, Kern County faces an important issue — its lack of teachers.
On August 31, Senate Bill (SB) 1137, a bill that will prevent new permits for oil and gas drilling within a 3,200-feet comprehensive health and safety zone, was voted 25-10 by Senators to advance to the Governor’s desk.
As of August 31, California is in a “state of emergency” due to extreme heat according to Governor Gavin Newsom’s office.