Posts Tagged as "Kern County"

White house health experts urging people to get boosted now

July 14, 2022 / By
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The newly updated booster vaccine is adapted to not only fight against COVID-19 and Omicron but will also help fight against the new variants.

Commentary: Highschool minorities want to be heard

July 13, 2022 / By
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Despite 70 percent of the San Joaquin Valley population being of a minority race, and 50 percent being female, many students in these groups feel their voices are limited in the classroom. 

Alex Fan: changing the world one op-ed and dance at a time

July 8, 2022 / By
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Alex Fan is passionate about history, social justice, and dance. While the three seem like they’d take him down three different paths, especially dance, he perfectly mixed the three. 

Local non-profit provides free legal assistance to Kern County residents

July 8, 2022 / By
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Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance (GBLA) is a non-profit organization that offers free legal services in civil matters to low-income residents living in Kern County.

Alessandra Hernando: showing surface-level support for causes is not enough

July 6, 2022 / By
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Alessandra Hernando, joined the organization Loud for Tomorrow because she wanted to make a change in her community.

Board of Supervisors propose 1% sales tax for unincorporated areas of Kern

June 30, 2022 / By
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During Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, the board discussed a measure that will appear on the November 2022 ballot to bring more funding into the unincorporated areas of Kern.

Kern organizations come together to apply for CERF grant

June 24, 2022 / By
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Organizations in Kern County are in the process of applying for the Community Economic Resilience Fund (CERF).

U.S Surgeon General Vivek Murthy weighs in on issues impacting Kern

June 20, 2022 / By
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The California Endowment and the U.S Surgeon General, Vivek Murthy  held a two day conference in Los Angeles called Youth Mental Health Wellness Now.

Academic counselor talks about how COVID-19 affected students

June 9, 2022 / By
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At Almond Tree Middle School, Marisela Pruneda isn’t just the academic counselor, she also helps and supports students with social emotions; she said the one piece of advice she likes to give to students is that it’s never too late and it’s very important to utilize all of the resources available. 

Latest Primary election results 2022

June 7, 2022 / By
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Election results: Completed Precincts: 569 out of 569

Governor of California: Gavin Newsom- Democrat with 37.11% of votes

Lieutenant Governor: Angela E.