Green has been the new black for years, and here in Kern County, we have entrepreneurs who are setting trends in how residents and businesses can greatly reduce their carbon footprint.
In September of 1951, a legacy began in Kern County. Under the authority of the Dominican Sisters of Tacoma, Washington, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School opened its doors to children in grades kindergarten through third with the intention of providing quality education while fostering faith in each student.
New City Cleaners has had a long and prestigious history of serving the people of Kern County and beyond. It’s a patient and steady dedication to quality and service that has set the 105-year-old specialty cleaning business apart, and possibly been the secret of its success and longevity.
Father-son team Jon and Jean-Luc Slagle are at the heart of Scope, a broadcasting and media production company that has been making some serious waves both locally and nationally.
David E. Urner and Errol P. Janes entered the business community in a big way back in 1919. They opened Home Appliance Company, later known as Urner & Janes, and known today as Urner’s, in the midst of the financial recovery of World War I.
The Bakersfield Association of REALTORS gathered for the Fourth Annual Wine & Craft Beer Tasting & Auction as a fundraising event for our local Relay for Life and Campout Against Cancer. Held at Motor City Lexus, top-quality food and drinks were had while illustrious auction items were bid on to aid in their worthy cause.