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2014/08/20 15:15
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FAMILY OF JOGGER HIT AND KILLED SUES DRIVER'S COMPANY: The family of a 26-year-old husband, father and East High grad who was struck and killed by a truck while taking a morning jog has filed a...
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2014/08/19 02:17
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Chester Suniga, the union's principal officer, said no one was entirely happy with the contract, which he noted does nothing to address a two-tiered system that pays some bus drivers less than...
2014/08/16 00:18
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It's named 17th Place, a $6.7 million complex, and when finished it will occupy 1.34 acres bounded by 17th and 18th and N and O streets. That's everything on the block except the Rice Bowl parking...
2014/08/15 14:15
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She said Aurora's vision seemed to better align with that of educators. She wants smaller class sizes and values 21st century skills, Shoenhair, said. The association announced its endorsements...
2014/08/15 14:15
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Ward 2 Councilman Terry Maxwell made the second motion to remove board members Norris Ledbetter and Howard Silver. It failed 5-2. GET executives and members of Teamsters Local 517 -- the union for...
2014/08/11 05:16
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Mettler said 200 women were admitted to Hastings in 1971. And finally there were so many women attending the school, it stopped issuing keys to the women’s bathroom. She called it the “end of an...
2014/08/09 03:15
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Phillip Peters in Area 4 and Aurora Cooper in Area 1 joined a slate that before a candidate filing deadline Friday included Anna Laven as the only new contender on a five-member KHSD board. The board...
2014/08/08 01:15
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Angela Carcha, 38, who waited with two teenaged daughters, was grateful for the distraction. “At least the H&M employees are dancing and getting everybody excited,” she said. “The weather’s OK and...
2014/08/06 21:15
2014/08/06 21:15
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In the past 10 years or so we've heard a lot about women breaking the so-called glass ceiling. But right here in Kern County women have been doing that as far back as the 1970s and are still doing it...
2014/07/30 23:13
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) - Meetings are scheduled Thursday with the city's bus strike now in its third week. Union drivers, mechanics and other support staff went on strike July 15, unhappy...
2014/07/27 08:20
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LeConte Medical Center Kara and Jeremy Roberts, Seymour, a boy, Caleb David Whitney Cooper and Jacob Reppert, Sevierville, a boy, Memphis Jude Jennifer Hill and Gavin Robinson, Newport, a girl,...
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Jeff Flores, chief of staff for Supervisor Mike Maggard, is campaigning to fill the vacated Area 2 seat of former KHSD Trustee William Perry. Perry retired June 23 from a board post he had manned...
2014/07/18 02:13
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) - Day 3 of the city's bus strike yielded talks between the union and Golden Empire Transit District officials, but still no agreement. District Supervisor Leticia...
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Helping man stay in home: 'more than what he had imagined' BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) - An elderly man, who was forced out of his home earlier this month, was granted the keys Thursday to a new...
2014/07/17 22:15
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Assistant County Administrative Officer for Budget and Finance Nancy Lawson said the county ended the 2013-2014 fiscal year with $25 million in the bank and the assessor's office has estimated that...
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif., (KBAK/KBFX) - Two meetings have been scheduled between Golden Empire Transit District officials and its union following discussions Thursday morning. Kern County Supervisor...
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