Author: Mary Kate Paquette

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An empowerment luncheon was held in Southwest Bakersfield Saturday, embracing women from all over Kern County. [Read More]
Two people are in the hospital after their vehicle rolled Sunday night. [Read More]
One person is dead after an accident just outside of Shafter early Saturday morning. [Read More]
A man is dead and four others are wounded after a shooting in Southwest Bakersfield early Sunday morning. [Read More]
September is Disaster Preparedness Month. [Read More]
From a vision to a reality, KC's Farm is officially up and running at the Kern County Fair Grounds, thanks to help from local farmers. [Read More]
The Kern County Office of Emergency Services hosted the first disaster preparedness community fair at Cal State Bakersfield on Saturday. [Read More]
A local mom is advocating for screen-free play for young kids with what she calls Quiet Books. [Read More]
Over a hundred people laced up their running shoes for the inaugural Tunnel to Towers 5K Run and Walk in honor of the first responders... [Read More]
Tags: Tunnel - Walk - Tower
A local woman is sewing weighted blankets and lap pads, helping students with learning disabilities stay focused in the classroom. [Read More]
The Kern River Golf Course is under new ownership and with the new ownership comes a new game call footgolf. [Read More]
Dozens of families showed up to a special screening of 'McFarland USA' at Maya Cinemas in Delano on Saturday. [Read More]
Victory Outreach Southwest Bakersfield Church is giving out 200 backpacks to students in need. [Read More]
Grimmway schools throughout Kern County are using edible school yards to help teach students about agriculture at a young age. [Read More]
Sande Alessi Casting out of Los Angeles held an open casting call Sunday at the Double Tree Hotel for a high-profile film to be shot... [Read More]
One out of every eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer with over 50,000 mastectomies performed in the United State each year. [Read More]
Hundreds of teachers across the Golden Empire spend much of their own time and money getting their classrooms decorated and stocked for their students. [Read More]
Hundreds of people showed up for the second annual Clear the Shelters event at the Bakersfield Animal Care Center Saturday. [Read More]
Thanks to the generosity of the community, Judith Myers and her two grandkids have new clothes and school supplies for the first day of school. [Read More]
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