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The Outlets at Tejon has had a tough time financially lately and continues to experience a churn of tenants coming and going. But people familiar with the industry say it's all part of finding the right balance of tenants to persuade people to either pull off the freeway or drive a considerable distance for items they can't find closer to home.

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As a Christian, I understand only God’s unconditional love (agape) is necessary for salvation. Anyone who has hatred in their heart toward another individual is considered a murderer in the eyes of God (1 John 3:15). This is how serious God takes the act and attitude of hate.

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Cal State Bakersfield and the Kern High School District are together launching a program designed to prepare a select group of 20 teacher-residents for careers in local education.

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The refrain teachers here more frequently is that students are unmotivated, undisciplined, detached and disrespectful. Yet, there are those teachers who see promise in all students, who refrain from teachers’ lounge bashings, remain optimistic, and are able to ignite in their students a desi…

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The high school football season is finally back after a shorter offseason (by one week) than in previous years. Bakersfield High will kick things off with a Thursday matchup out of town at the Santa Ana Bowl. Some Kern County teams will keep things local with old foes while others are travel…

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Grace Vallejo, the Delano mayor who's challenging District 4 County Supervisor David Couch, has announced the endorsement of the Kern County Firefighters, IAFF Local 1301. This endorsement was a unanimous vote, she said.

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Have you had someone put you down or make an allegation against you? Perhaps on your job, a rumor was started about you and it poisoned the minds of people you work with. This is what it means to be undermined.

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By his own admission, Robert Nevarez concedes he was not the best of students while in college. Unsure of what he wanted to do with his life, he dabbled in different majors but only succeeded in landing on academic probation. It wasn't until his Uncle Ray invited him to visit the San Jose Po…

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Over the years, I’ve been asked how long does grief last? There is a short and long answer to this question. In short, one never stops grieving for a loved one who has passed away. As long as we have memories of them, it will never end.