A tale of two coasts, seven decades, and one dream. So this dream walks into a muffler shop…
Danny Spanks is sitting in his office at 1100 Mohawk Avenue, and he’s picking songs that will end up on the playlists at 106.1 KRAB Radio.
He isn’t using the latest charts out of Los Angeles, he’s using an old tool that many in the radio business have abandoned. He’s using his ears.
Though Bob Elias may not have been able to see his dream realized before he passed away in 1965, his vision for a special place where all accomplished atheletes could be forever honored was not forgotten by his friends and colleagues.
After a long day of keeping the cities and institutions of Kern County safe and sound, a small group of public safety officers are tackling more than crime. They’re tackling each other.
If you have an insatiable passion for the great outdoors, then what are you waiting for? Wade out there and show ‘em what you’re made of.
For as long as he can remember, Lennis Janzen always had a love of nature and for being in the midst of the great outdoors. Having grown up on Tejon Ranch—a huge cattle ranch in Kern County—where his father, Jack, was a cattle foreman for 40 years, he had always been in the thick of it.
It was 1941 when Sam Lynn decided it was, to borrow a phrase from John Fogerty, “time to give this game a ride.” Baseball was the game and some 70 years later, almost 200 major league players have hit Sam Lynn’s field of dreams, the Sam Lynn Ballpark.