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KCSO: Elderly Taft woman injured in assault has died

An elderly Taft woman injured in an elder abuse case has died, according to the Kern County Sheriff’s Office.

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Read it for yourself: Here's the entire Mueller Report

Attorney General William Barr released the entire, heavily redacted Mueller Report Thursday morning on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, the Trump campaign's alleged interaction with Russian citizens and questions about President Trump's supposed obstruction of justice relative...

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KEN BARNES: The return of the killer B's

It's been almost 25 years since I took my first trip to Canada to film waterfowl hunts.

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In a recent Letter to the Editor on bike paths (“Letter to the Editor: It’s called a ‘bike trail’ for a reason,” April 14), it states, “I thought a bike trail was for bikes?” and laments that, “everyday I ride…

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COMMUNITY VOICES: Democrats trying to kill independent contracting work in California

For those Californians trying to make a few extra dollars driving a limo or ride-share car, cutting hair, taking a teacher’s aide position, teaching yoga or spending weekends refereeing youth soccer and baseball games, that all could be coming to…

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BC softball shuts out L.A. Valley

Bakersfield College softball shut out L.A. Valley for a 3-0 win at the Dean and Adah Gay Sports Complex on Wednesday.

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BC baseball wins sixth straight

Bakersfield College baseball won its sixth game in a row, beating Reedley, 4-0, at Gerry Collis Field on Wednesday.

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Chuck Haddad, 1933-2019: Immigrant philanthropist helped build network of local car dealerships

As an engineering student at Stanford University in 1957, a young Chuck Haddad walked into a car dealership intent only on buying a car. Instead, he drove off the lot with a new career.

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Fred Starrh, 1929-2019: Local farmer took on local oil company, rose to national leadership

Fred Starrh, a longtime Shafter cotton farmer and industry leader whose landmark legal victory over a Bakersfield oil producer earned him local renown, died Tuesday at the age of 89 after suffering a stroke.

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Why former Clinica board member is accusing CEO of taking company down wrong path

A former board member at Clinica Sierra Vista has sent a letter of resignation highly critical of the community health center network's leadership, raising some questions about its ability to serve those in need.

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Start with hot experimental aircraft, add cool British cars, and stir

Plane Crazy Saturday happens regularly at the Mojave Air and Space Port, but this Saturday the planes are going to be joined by some of the coolest British cars in Kern County.

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A pretrial hearing for local attorney Phil Ganong, who has been accused of millions of dollars worth of medical fraud, has been continued to Sept. 18, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.

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Vegan Fest ready to grow where it's plant-based

Those who think Bakersfield is just another meat-and-potatoes town ought to think again. Along with all those omnivores, we have a growing number of people following a plant-based diet. Most of those folks are likely to show up hungry for…

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CSUB reduces student housing rates for 2019-2020 school year

Cal State Bakersfield students hoping to save some money next year when it comes to on-campus housing are in luck.

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Harrop: Change is coming to health care, vote wisely

It's a solid bet that our health care future won't look quite like the present. Whether the outcome would be good or bad for the average working stiff will depend a great deal on who is president after the 2020…

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Preliminary hearing pushed back for Bakersfield woman accused of drowning newborn baby

Court proceedings for a woman accused of drowning and burying a newborn baby in November have been pushed back, according to the Kern County District Attorney’s Website.

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CESAREO GARASA: Music scene blooms with Casey Donahew, trip to dark side

In between all of the Easter, Earth Day and 420 celebrations, there are a variety of shows that are all vying for some spring break attention. Most can be found in The Californian, on Facebook or at kernevents.com. Our busy…

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