The number of Los Angeles Dodgers jerseys, jackets and hats seemed to vastly outnumber the Cal State Bakersfield gear. And if it wasn’t already apparent who the star of the show would be at the fifth annual CSUB Baseball Hot Stove Dinner on Saturday, it was clear the moment he was announced.
The Cal State Bakersfield wrestling team hosted Utah Valley in a competitive battle of Pac-12 and Big 12 programs on Saturday night.
The Bakersfield Condors fell behind 2-0 four minutes into the game and 3-0 after the first period.
CSUB women’s basketball played a Saturday day game against Chicago State.
One year ago, Barack Obama’s presidency came to an end. His election as the nation’s first black president was a major accomplishment for him and for the nation. Time will never erase that achievement.
A group of an estimated 3000 people participated in the 2nd national Women's March held Saturday near Central Park in Bakersfield. Bakersfield was one in more than 250 U.S. cities who were expected to be part of the 2nd national Women's March.
For anyone who thinks it's a major diplomatic breakthrough to have the two Koreas march under one flag at the Winter Olympics and field a joint women's' ice hockey team … well, I have a DMZ to sell you.
I don't understand the hassle over a $2.8 billion increase in the cost of Gov. Jerry Brown's 'bullet train'. It only adds a few dollars to the overall cost.
It took five games, but Cal State Bakersfield’s men’s basketball team finally got its first Western Athletic Conference win. The Roadrunners (8-12, 1-4 WAC) beat Chicago State, 89-78, on the road on Saturday to snap a six-game losing streak.
The Kern County Cancer Fund the start of team preparation for the Campout Against Cancer with a kickoff event on Saturday.
Creatives approach life differently. They’re participants, not just spectators. Innovative and drawing on the creative process to solve problems, they’re not wired to look at a place through the lens of status quo. And our city should attract and embrace more of them.
I am outraged by the irresponsible behavior of misguided county Public Works employees who shunned their responsibilities when they ignored calls to help their Kern County neighbors who were stranded during the black-ice conditions during late December.
In a Jan. 3 Community Voices commentary, Terry Maxwell asks, “Why is the Ward 2 councilman pushing the LGA/F Street location?” The answer is simple. The Locally Generated Alternative (LGA) is a collaborative effort by local agencies, the High-Speed Rail Authority and stakeholders. The effort…