San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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- SOUND OFF: Back-in parking rules, like roundabouts, make drivers uncomfortable
- ANNA SMITH: Blue-zone lessons for Bakersfield
- House fire in Lamont takes out power in surrounding neighborhood
- Funeral services for June 17, 2018
- Holder edges Rayburn in Super Stock ‘photo finish’
- ROBERT PRICE: Mary, Harvey, we miss you already
- Homeowners cash in on novel effort to fight citrus threat
- East Bakersfield Festival brings together families, neighbors
In about two months, the Bakersfield College football team will head into Memorial Stadium for its first taste of action — albeit in a scrimmage against Antelope Valley on Aug. 22.
My editor, Stef, had a request. Stef has a million-dollar smile and has become a fine editor, having learned to be on her toes with at least one of the people whom she edits.
A young man was was seriously stabbed in West Bakersfield on Friday.
The first weekend in December 2017 was, as I said in my column on Nov. 30, “historically weird.”
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Several thousand Gaza worshippers knelt on prayer rugs spread on sandy soil, near the perimeter fence with Israel, joining hundreds of millions of Muslims around the world Friday in marking the holiday that caps the fasting month of Ramadan.
Parts of the Truxtun Avenue-Oak Street intersection will be closed at different times throughout next week, Monday through Friday.
Felony charges have been dismissed against a Bakersfield home builder, but he still faces four misdemeanors stemming from allegations he fraudulently filled out DMV paperwork giving away his son's 1967 Camaro to a family friend.
Bakersfield enjoys good food about as much as it does helping a good cause. And saving animals in need is one of the big causes close to local hearts. The women of All Seated in a Barn are continuing their initiative to aid rescued horses and donkeys with upcoming events.
The Habit Burger Grill, which has already made a name for itself with its charburgers, is now changing up the menu unveiling a full breakfast lineup.
It didn’t look good for Bakersfield trees two years ago. The drought and state-mandated water restrictions took a hit on the city's ecosystem, forcing the removal of a significant portion of dead trees from city property.
City leaders in California City are hoping the third time’s the charm for passing a parcel tax measure to avoid severe budget cuts.
Local Catholic families who want to send their children to a parochial school are often worried about being able to swing the tuition. Lucky for them, Kern Community Foundation has a scholarship that is now taking applications.
A superseding indictment adding charges of bank fraud and making a false statement on a loan application has been brought against a Bakersfield man accused of conspiring with Bakersfield police officers to sell methamphetamine and marijuana.
This past month has seen some important astrobiology announcements, most recently that the Mars Curiosity (rover) team found ancient organic compounds and seasonal variations of methane on Mars. Curiosity has found organic compounds before at the end of 2014 but those were chlorine-containin…
There is plenty of talented football players gearing up for the 2018 season. With practice beginning next month, here are Trevor Horn's players to watch. Selections were made off past performance, All-League and All-Area selections from a year ago, and preseason prognostications:
- Altercation at Bakersfield Speedway leaves one hospitalized
- Maxwell's serves notice it will soon close
- Mary K. Shell: Beloved, trailblazing former mayor dies at 91
- WinCo tries to put brakes on Saturday parking lot gatherings
- Lake Isabella woman killed in fiery single-vehicle crash on Highway 155
- Mongols affiliates planned Bakersfield attack on Hells Angels days in advance of fundraiser, reports say
- Trevor Horn's Top-50: Kern County football preseason players to watch
- Crash claimed the lives of two 'bright' and 'bubbly' Bakersfield teenagers
- Bakersfield: A highway ran right through the middle of it
- As we wave goodbye to Trout's nightclub, only its modest bench survives
Oil and agriculture. These are the pillars of Kern County’s economy. They provide jobs for area residents and money to pay for public services and sustain local businesses.
If you spent any time on social media last weekend, you no doubt saw hundreds - nay, thousands - of people reflecting on the recent suicides of designer Kate Spade and food journalist Anthony Bourdain. Some wondered what could have motivated these two wildly successful people to take their o…
Remember when Republicans feared the bungling diplomacy of a vain, inexperienced president and vowed to stop him before he destroyed our security?