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Brian Dignan has been selected as the new athletics director at Garces High School.
The Minter Field Founders Day Banquet isn't until next weekend, but the last day to reserve tickets is this Wednesday.
A Kern Valley State Prison inmate who had faced the death penalty after stomping his cellmate to death was sentenced Tuesday to life without parole during a hearing in which attorneys argued over whether justice was served and defense counsel called the prosecutor a "sore loser."
Candice Shepard was just 23-years old when she jumped out of a two-story San Jose hotel window. Carrying the few items she owned in a grocery bag, she ran barefoot for her life.
The Industrial Revolution brought many innovations to Western civilization, not the least of which was how to market a more luxurious way of life. Through "Historic Posters from the Collection of Citizens Business Bank 1875 to 1950," guests of the Bakersfield Museum of Art will be able to se…
The Fourth Annual Winter Showdown on Feb. 2-3 kicks off a 20-event racing schedule this year at Kern County Raceway Park.
Two massage parlors in Oildale have been shut down indefinitely and three women arrested after undercover deputies were solicited for sex acts at the businesses Tuesday evening, authorities said.