The Kern County Museum is a veritable beacon of local treasures; a place where beloved artifacts that hold a special place in our history are safe and sound. To think that none of this would be possible without the constant efforts of the Kern County Museum Foundation is a very sobering fact that may not be common knowledge.
When Kimberly Whitaker was diagnosed as bipolar four years ago, she was faced with a bit of uncertainty.
Celebrating its 50th year in 2015, CAPK has been working to provide a network of services to help support low-income families in our community.
When tragedy strikes, there are countless ways to cope. But it takes a very special sort of person to turn that pain into something that helps people going through the same situation they are.
The crack of a bat and the excitement of sliding into home and winning the game. A perfect 7-10 split and the glory of getting a strike. That gratifying sound of hitting nothing but net for three points on the basketball courts.
Some things go together like peanut butter and jelly.