Posts Tagged as "Kern County"

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.

Delano’s Live Better Program to take place every month

February 29, 2024 / By
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Delano is now offering a Live Better Program, this program includes multiple free nutrition classes. This event will take place from 6:00 p.m.

California officials urge voters to prepare for Presidential Primary Election on March 5, 2024

February 29, 2024 / By
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California Attorney General Rob Bonta and Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber want all Californians to know their rights and legal protections as voters as they fulfill their civic duty.

Free workshop by CSUB and partners to educate on renters’ rights and protections

February 27, 2024 / By
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On Friday, March 1, the CSUB Legal Information and Support Clinic, the Law Firm of H.A.

Tensions rise outside MHS classrooms

February 23, 2024 / By
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Over the last few years cities everywhere have been affected by the dwindling amounts of teachers willing to work in public education, also known as a national teacher turnover.

GBLA names new executive director

February 22, 2024 / By
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On Tuesday, February 20, the Board of Directors of the Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance, Inc. (GBLA) announced Valentin Narvaez, Esq.

Breaking the Mold: examining stereotypes in Hispanic representation within film and media

February 22, 2024 / By
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By Sofia Gonzalez

 Hispanic Representation in the media is significant, but a lot of times it’s stereotypical and when it comes to Hispanic representation in media and films, this Cesar Chavez quote comes to mind: “Preservation of one’s own culture does not require contempt or disrespect for other cultures.” 

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. 

Removal of physics class sparks concern for some McFarland students

February 21, 2024 / By
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By: Alejandro Gonzalez

While McFarland High School (MHS) offers many opportunities with their Bakersfield College courses, they also removed classes that give students equal opportunities such as a physics class.

From fields to flourishing community with growing opportunities and education

February 21, 2024 / By
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By: Stephanie Ramirez Becerra

As the city of McFarland has grown so has the population. Many Mexican immigrants moved to McFarland to work in the fields because they wanted better opportunities for their families.