San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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Ridgeview High art teacher Robyn Dyer's art project for this years Via Arte Italian Street Painting Festival is about 20 influential women. This is the 20th anniversary of the Via Arte show at the Marketplace.
People came out to see what life was like living in a labor camp during the Dust Bowl era and beyond. Many people whose family lived in the camp shared stories of life during that time.
Thousands of athletes were expected to converge at the Spartan’s SoCal Beast and Sprint obstacle race weekend at Tejon Ranch.
The easy thing would have been to go with a conventional letter-grade system, where the lowest "C" is a score of 70 percent and it's considered satisfactory.
Jim Young swung for the fence and burned up some parts; Adam Sorokin made the show on his last-gasp bid and four-time March Meet winner Jim Murphy failed to qualify for Sunday’s Top Fuel Show at the 27th annual California Hot Rod Reunion.
Although he grew up in Anaheim, he spent his summers as a boy at his grandmother's residence in Bakersfield.
While Friday was an odd evening for us at BVarsity, it ran quite smoothly for a number of football programs around Kern County in the penultimate week in the regular season around the Central Section.
There weren't many surprises as the Central Section volleyball playoffs were announced Saturday, but that doesn't mean one local program doesn’t have big reason to celebrate.
In July the Arvin City Council voted to establish restrictions on new oil and gas operations within its borders.
Cancer has gotten personal. Not good personal, not "I’m happy to see you personal" but for Michelle Tarner, it’s more like "I’m not sitting backing on my haunches and not doing anything about it" personal.
Reader: I moved to Kern County in 1998 and when Kevin McCarthy first ran for the California Assembly in 2002, I supported him. At that time I was totally disinterested in politics. Fast forward to today's political atmosphere, with the ongoing devastation dividing the nation at the hands of …
SHAFTER - This might not be the ultimate goal for the Shafter football program, but this one still feels pretty darn good.
Garces may have scored first and stunned Liberty a little bit, but it was the only time the Rams got on the scoreboard all night.
Bakersfield Christian's strong second-half performance against Independence had nothing to with halftime adjustments.
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Finding appropriate housing has never been so difficult in California, given skyrocketing prices and limited inventory. And this November, voters will determine consequential outcomes for the state’s housing future.
Boy, this takes me back.
Salinas, California, and Yuma, Arizona, are 485 miles apart by plane and 600 by car.