For about eight months a year, Octavio Martinez works in Major League Baseball. And for the other four, he’s back in Bakersfield, his hometown.
Well it’s fairly clear and obvious what the top takeaway was from Friday night football.
NORWALK — Tyrrel Eddington walked toward the sideline slowly with both his arms raised over his head. Cayden Cox came off the sideline with his arms in the air, too, and hugged the defensive lineman. The rest of the offense jogged onto the field, saying “great job” and other praises to the defense.
Jason Rupert got a win Saturday afternoon at Auto Club Famoso Raceway, but he was the biggest loser of the day at the California Hot Rod Reunion.
Even as the number of valley fever cases sharply increase in Central California, Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have created programs to inform the public about the little-known respiratory disease.
The fate of commercial marijuana comes to the Kern County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Brett Henry crashed his AA/FUEL Altered on Saturday afternoon at Auto Club Famoso Raceway during the 26th Annual California Hot Rod Reunion.
I just read where the state will now pay first-year tuition for incoming Bakersfield College freshmen and there will be no more remedial classes. Huh!
Now that was a game for the ages.
If Brad Thompson was looking for reasons to get out of drag racing, he’s had plenty.
I was wondering what the smelly slime flowing down the Las Vegas strip was. After reading the article headlined, “Tehachapi woman wounded in Vegas carnage files suit" against multiple defendants in Thursday's Californian, I now know.
A recent split vote from the County Planning Commission voted to permit and regulate commercial marijuana in Kern County. The recommendation was sent to the Board of Supervisors for consideration. As a former County civil servant I wanted to share some observations.