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The column written by Bryant Baker (“Iconic landscapes threatened by drilling and fracking proposal,” Jan. 27) was in serious need of some “fact checking.” It was so far off base that I am surprised The Californian published it.

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We have been here before, this time of political division and turmoil. Yet, because we live in the present, we tend to think of it as unique, but it’s a recurring part of human history.

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On Feb. 13, McFarland High School welcomed approximately 500 guests to its campus for the community launch of the Early College initiative through Bakersfield College. Students from all grades and their parents flooded the gym to learn more about how the McFarland High School students’ colle…

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To expand their current learning theme, children from Karen Prather’s class at Del Vista Preschool in the Delano Union School District took part in a farmers market on Feb. 15.

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As we start the New Year with many activities and programs underway, it is one of my goals, as your supervisor, to introduce programs that will improve the quality of life within the community I represent.

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Peddling green works. After watching Budweiser's 2019 Superbowl commercial-- the Clydesdales racing through wheat fields on Tejon Ranch, with wind turbines turning serenely in the background--I couldn't help but think, "Maybe Bud isn't so bad after all."

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There are those who have committed crimes and other unethical activities who were caught and paid the consequences. Then there are those who got away with wrongful activity, or so it seems. Regardless of the outcome, nothing ever escapes the view of God.

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In an effort to bring college closer to home for Wasco residents, Bakersfield College announced it will offer adult education courses, advising, counseling, matriculation support and plans to offer complete services in the future at the Wasco Adult Education Center.

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Sometime in life, you’ll experience or have experienced great disappointments, tragedies or setbacks. As long as you continue to exist in this world, you’ll have unfortunate events happen that will impact you.

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While it’s been great talking about Delano in this new feature, “Couch’s Corner,” I wanted to take this week to talk about another city whose residents read The Record: McFarland.

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Recovery for the region hit by the most destructive wildfire in California history is expected to be long and hard, but some in Kern County have not backed down from the call for help.

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In a continuing trend of local health-care consolidation, Kern Radiology Medical Group Inc. has been purchased by a Los Angeles outpatient medical imaging company touted as the largest company of its kind in the country.

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It was another busy week making sure Delano is properly represented in Kern County. The highlight was the annual State of the County Address Jan. 30 at the Kern County Fairgrounds, where, as this year’s chair of the Board of Supervisors, I was honored to be able to do a report on the “state …