A person had to really, really enjoy chicken wings to venture out to the blazing Kern County Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon.
Andy de Leon thought he was the only one.
The Kern Community College District has three years to spend about $32 million — the majority of a $40 million bond it sold last month as part of the $503 million Measure J voters approved in November.
Togo’s, which started in 1971 as a small sandwich shack in San Jose, could soon be developing more franchise locations in Bakersfield.
There are historical living figures in Kern County that sadly, many don't know about or have forgotten. Ray Gonzales is one of them.
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Few headlines have left me as speechless and flummoxed as the one I read in the June 23 edition of The Californian: “Kern County Supervisors could lobby for drastic reduction in Sequoia National Monument.”
The ongoing teacher shortage has hit special education students particularly hard in the state's largest elementary school district — which happens to be in Bakersfield.
An unexplained increase in autistic and emotionally disturbed students is driving up special education enrollments — a huge problem for school districts that aren't getting any additional state and federal funds to cover the ballooning costs.
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Group paranoia or true observation?
The Kern County Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on a response to the Trump administration’s Executive Order to review national monuments.
Motive in proposed Sequoia shift baffling
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Dodgers unleashed yet another weapon to continue their winning streak.
BOSTON — The Los Angeles Angels benefited from a fairly-new rule and relied on an old-fashioned type save to beat the Boston Red Sox.
Braxton Huggins shouldn’t be alive.