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Delano Police Department officers will return to live crime prevention and community outreach events, starting with Cafe con Campesinos on June 4, said community service officer Rafael Silva.

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New data shows Kern's unemployment rate surpassed the Great Recession's peak by a full point in April as bars and restaurants took the brunt of the quarantine, followed in raw numbers by health care, farming, support services and construction.

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When the Delano Union School District implemented school closures and adopted a distance learning model, Superintendent Rosalina Rivera made it clear that students with special needs would continue to receive the full range of support services.

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After COVID-19 concerns caused disruptions to operations at the Kern County Superior Court, a vast majority of the staff at the county's District Attorney’s Office has returned to work in anticipation of “more normal” operations soon according to Joseph Kinzel, spokesman for the DA’s office.

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During the May 12 Cal State University Board of Trustees meeting, Chancellor Timothy White outlined a virtual planning approach for the fall 2020 semester and suggested courses will be primarily delivered online with limited exceptions for in-person activities.

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Kern County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the May 5 shooting death of a Delano man, amid three separate shooting incidents that occurred within minutes of each other.

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Life can be difficult enough under normal circumstances. Now, in the current public health crisis, the challenges for parents, guardians and caregivers can seem overwhelming, and children have worries and anxieties like nothing they have ever experienced.

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In a first step aimed at reinstating a local oil-and-gas permitting system effectively struck down earlier this year in appeals court, Kern County this week began soliciting input on how to proceed with a comprehensive environmental review of drilling and other oil field activity around the county.