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  • Funeral services for November 19, 2017 - The Bakersfield CalifornianFuneral services for November 19, 2017 - The Bakersfield Californian

    Funeral services for November 19, 2017The Bakersfield CalifornianServices scheduled and the in-depth notices that follow are paid obituaries and remembrances. These listings must be purchased by 3 p.m. To place an Obituary or In Loving Memory, call 395-7302. Full obituaries are posted at Bakersfield.com at 9 p.m. on ...

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  • Arvin looks to impose more regulations on oil, gas operators - The Bakersfield CalifornianArvin looks to impose more regulations on oil, gas operators - The Bakersfield Californian

    The Bakersfield CalifornianArvin looks to impose more regulations on oil, gas operatorsThe Bakersfield CalifornianLes Clark, executive vice president for the Independent Oil Producers Agency out of Bakersfield, said he thinks the city's goal with the ordinance is to bring more money in through fees from conditional use permit applications and other avenues to help ...

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  • Arvin looks to impose more regulations on oil, gas operatorsArvin looks to impose more regulations on oil, gas operators

    The Arvin City Council could approve new regulations and restrictions on oil and gas production in town at its Tuesday meeting.

    Bakersfield.com / 56 min. ago
  • Garces' postseason run ends in CIF NorCal semifinals - The Bakersfield CalifornianGarces' postseason run ends in CIF NorCal semifinals - The Bakersfield Californian

    Garces' postseason run ends in CIF NorCal semifinalsThe Bakersfield CalifornianBY TREVOR HORN/thorn@bakersfield.com. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. The Garces water polo team saw its playoff run end in the Division II NorCal regional semifinals with a 15-11 loss to Mountain View-St. Francis on Saturday. The game was ...

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  • Garces' postseason run ends in CIF NorCal semifinalsGarces' postseason run ends in CIF NorCal semifinals

    The Garces water polo team saw its playoff run end in the Division II NorCal regional semifinals with a 15-11 loss to Mountain View-St. Francis on Saturday.

    Bakersfield.com / 2 h. 9 min. ago
  • Softball tournament brings over 50 teams to townSoftball tournament brings over 50 teams to town

    It was an action-packed weekend on the softball fields in Bakersfield, with over 50 teams converging on the area.

    Bakersfield.com / 3 h. ago
  • Police seize guns, drugs during home searchPolice seize guns, drugs during home search

    The Kern County Sheriff’s Office seized several guns and drugs while conducting a search warrant on Friday.

    Bakersfield.com / 4 h. 57 min. ago
  • Walk MS: Bakersfield, hosted by the National MS Society to help end MS forever - KERO 23ABC NewsWalk MS: Bakersfield, hosted by the National MS Society to help end MS forever - KERO 23ABC News

    KERO 23ABC NewsWalk MS: Bakersfield, hosted by the National MS Society to help end MS foreverKERO 23ABC NewsBAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Multiple sclerosis affects more than 2.e million people around the world. And an annual walk is trying to make that statistic disappear. Walk MS: Bakersfield is teaming up with friends, loved-ones and co-workers to help change the ...and more »

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  • Body found in burned buildingBody found in burned building

    A body was found in an abandoned, burned building on Friday, according to police.

    Bakersfield.com / 7 h. 7 min. ago
  • Today's Honor Choir concert a high note for young SJ singersToday's Honor Choir concert a high note for young SJ singers

    Nearly 300 students, including 14 from San Joaquin County, will take the stage at Faye Spanos Concert Hall at 3:30 p.m. today for the Central Region Honor Choir concert. After auditions in September that included singing an Italian Art song, scales, apreggioss, pitch matching and sight reading, the students who were selected - from schools from Bakersfield to the Oregon border - gathered for rehearsals on Thursday and Friday with guest conductors from California colleges.

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  • Teenager shot in east Bakersfield suffers minor injuries, police searching for suspect - KERO 23ABC NewsTeenager shot in east Bakersfield suffers minor injuries, police searching for suspect - KERO 23ABC News

    KERO 23ABC NewsTeenager shot in east Bakersfield suffers minor injuries, police searching for suspectKERO 23ABC NewsTeenager shot in east Bakersfield suffers minor injuries, police searching for suspect. 6:53 AM, Nov 18, 2017. 6 hours ago. Share Article. AP GraphicsBank. Copyright Associated Press. Copyright Associated Press. AP GraphicsBank. AP GraphicsBank.Body found underneath overpass in north Bakersfield | Breaking ...The Bakersfield Californian1 wounded in Northeast Bakersfield shootingKern Golden EmpireMan dead after being found unresponsive under Chester Avenue bridgeBakersfield Nowall 7 news articles »

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  • 10th annual Bakersfield Comic-Con happening Saturday and Sunday at the Kern County Fairgrounds - KERO 23ABC News10th annual Bakersfield Comic-Con happening Saturday and Sunday at the Kern County Fairgrounds - KERO 23ABC News

    10th annual Bakersfield Comic-Con happening Saturday and Sunday at the Kern County FairgroundsKERO 23ABC NewsBAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The 10th Annual Bakersfield Comic Con is back in Bakersfield Saturday and Sunday. The 2-day comic book, art, fantasy event is being held at the Kern County Fairgrounds. There will be vendors, meet and greets, panels and a ...

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  • Charles Manson still alive, but his condition remains a mysteryCharles Manson still alive, but his condition remains a mystery

    Mass murderer Charles Manson remained alive Friday, authorities said, but details of the illness that brought him to a Bakersfield hospital remain unclear. Vicky Waters, a spokeswoman with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the department would only say that Manson was still living but could not provide any further details.

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  • Bakersfield police investigating suspicious death in East Bakersfield - KERO 23ABC NewsBakersfield police investigating suspicious death in East Bakersfield - KERO 23ABC News

    Kern Golden EmpireBakersfield police investigating suspicious death in East BakersfieldKERO 23ABC NewsBAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Bakersfield Police Department is investigating a suspicious death in East Bakersfield, after a body was found Friday just after 8:30 p.m. in an abandoned burned building in the South Alley of East California Avenue. BPD says ...1 dead in Southeast Bakersfield garage fireKern Golden EmpireBakersfield firefighters find body in garage that burnedBakersfield Nowall 5 news articles »

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  • Drillers put in all together to advance to section semifinals - The Bakersfield CalifornianDrillers put in all together to advance to section semifinals - The Bakersfield Californian

    The Bakersfield CalifornianDrillers put in all together to advance to section semifinalsThe Bakersfield Californian... a totally different team, and an entirely different outcome on the scoreboard. That was the storyline Friday night, as Bakersfield High (6-5) responded with a 41-6 drubbing of rival Liberty in the Central Section Division I quarterfinals at Liberty ...and more »

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  • PHOTO GALLERY: Shafter 51, Hanford West 6PHOTO GALLERY: Shafter 51, Hanford West 6

    The Generals rolled to a Central Section quarterfinals win.

    Bakersfield.com / 17 h. 58 min. ago
  • Slow start, fast finish for BCHS in blowout victorySlow start, fast finish for BCHS in blowout victory

    It took a little bit of time for Bakersfield Christian to get rolling during its Central Section Division III quarterfinal playoff game against Kingsburg.

    Bakersfield.com / 18 h. 43 min. ago
  • Drillers put in all together to advance to section semifinalsDrillers put in all together to advance to section semifinals

    A totally different week, a totally different team, and an entirely different outcome on the scoreboard.

    Bakersfield.com / 18 h. 51 min. ago
  • High school football roundup: Shafter dominates Hanford West in 51-6 winHigh school football roundup: Shafter dominates Hanford West in 51-6 win

    D-V quarterfinals: No. 2 Shafter 51, No. 7 Hanford West 6

    Bakersfield.com / 18 h. 54 min. ago
  • Tulare Union runs past Garces, 42-18Tulare Union runs past Garces, 42-18

    TULARE — It was as if no one in the stadium realized or understood the magnitude of what had just happened Friday night. Tulare Union running back Kazmeir Allen burst through the Garces defense’s second level on a 62-yard pitch…

    Bakersfield.com / 19 h. 4 min. ago
  • New East Hills Mall delayed to summer 2019 - The Bakersfield CalifornianNew East Hills Mall delayed to summer 2019 - The Bakersfield Californian

    The Bakersfield CalifornianNew East Hills Mall delayed to summer 2019The Bakersfield CalifornianAfter hearing comments from the opposition group during its June 20 meeting, the commission voted to recommend the zoning change to the Bakersfield City Council. The council considered the issue at its July 19 meeting and approved a resolution denying ...

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  • Shooting in South Bakersfield, two injuredShooting in South Bakersfield, two injured

    Bakersfield Police officers were dispatched to Pacheco Road and Monitor Street in South Bakersfield around 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 16, 2017 after a report of shots being fired. When they arrived, officers found a crime scene.

    Bakersfield News / 1 d. 6 h. 55 min. ago
  • Charles Manson Remains Hospitalized in Bakersfield; Prison Officials Say He's Still Alive - KTLACharles Manson Remains Hospitalized in Bakersfield; Prison Officials Say He's Still Alive - KTLA

    KTLACharles Manson Remains Hospitalized in Bakersfield; Prison Officials Say He's Still AliveKTLAAuthorities confirmed Wednesday that mass murderer Charles Manson is back in a Bakersfield hospital, though the severity of his condition is unclear. Charles Manson is shown in a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation photo dated Oct ...Charles Manson's condition remains a mystery, but officials say he is still aliveLos Angeles TimesREPORT: Charles Manson close to death in California hospitalKTRK-TVCharles Manson hospitalized in Bakersfield; prison officials say he's still aliveCircleville HeraldLos Angeles Times -TMZ.com -The Sunall 49 news articles »

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  • House tax plan would mean higher borrowing costs for hospitals, schools, affordable housingHouse tax plan would mean higher borrowing costs for hospitals, schools, affordable housing

    An artist's rendering of proposed improvements to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla, some of which will be paid for by private-activity bonds. An artist's rendering of proposed improvements to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla, some of which will be paid for by private-activity bonds.

    Bakersfield News / 1 d. 11 h. 50 min. ago
  • El Maraton de Bakersfield 2017El Maraton de Bakersfield 2017

     

    The Runner Online / 1 d. 20 h. 6 min. ago
  • Bakersfield Marathon 2017Bakersfield Marathon 2017

    The Bakersfield Marathon is back for it’s second year. CSUB serves as both the start and finish line for the races.

    The Runner Online / 1 d. 20 h. 12 min. ago
  • Dining Grand OpeningDining Grand Opening

    On November 7th The campus celebrated the grand opening of the Runner Cafe, Panda Express, Starbucks and Which wich.

    The Runner Online / 1 d. 20 h. 20 min. ago
  • Supporting Dreamers: InsideoutSupporting Dreamers: Insideout

      The Inside Out Project teamed up with the United Farm Workers Foundation to support dreamers, in Bakersfield.

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  • Students in Arvin to receive shoes, socksStudents in Arvin to receive shoes, socks

    More than 600 students at Haven Middle School in Arvin will be receiving a pair of brand new shoes, socks, among other items today, Thursday November 16, 2017 starting at 8:30 a.m. The students will gather inside of the Haven Middle School gym in order to receive the items, the school is located at 341 Haven Drive in Arvin, California. The Arvin Assembly Church partnered with an undisclosed shoe company to donate shoes to the students at Haven Middle School.

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  • BPD release flyers on Kason Guyton, Major SuttonBPD release flyers on Kason Guyton, Major Sutton

    BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Bakersfield Police released flyers today asking for any information regarding the murder of 5-year-old Kason Guyton which happened on February 23, 2017 in a drive by shooting and 3-year-old Major Sutton, who was shot and killed on November 10, 2017.

    Bakersfield News / 2 d. 1 h. 54 min. ago
  • Parent involvement day at KHSDParent involvement day at KHSD

    The Kern County High School District is joining in on National Parent Involvement Day, today Thursday November 16, 2017. The district is doing so in order to engage parents in their student's education and activities in order to optimize student success.

    Bakersfield News / 2 d. 6 h. 32 min. ago
  • Charles Manson Reportedly Hospitalized, In Deteriorating ConditionCharles Manson Reportedly Hospitalized, In Deteriorating Condition

    Charles Manson , a mass murderer and one of the most notorious cult leaders in America, was reportedly taken to a hospital in deteriorating condition earlier this week. The former Manson Family leader, now 83, was hospitalized in Bakersfield, California, three days ago, TMZ first reported Wednesday .

    Bakersfield News / 2 d. 11 h. 15 min. ago
  • Charles Manson Hospitalized 10 Months After Last Health Scare: Death Is NearCharles Manson Hospitalized 10 Months After Last Health Scare: Death Is Near

    The notorious criminal Charles Manson has been hospitalized and insiders say his days are numbered. Here's all the details.

    Bakersfield News / 2 d. 15 h. 54 min. ago
  • Report: Charles Manson hospitalized in BakersfieldReport: Charles Manson hospitalized in Bakersfield

    Then, he was hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding and needed surgery to repair a lesion, but was deemed too weak by doctors and sent back to prison. Manson is serving a life sentence for orchestrating the 1969 murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Southern California.

    Bakersfield News / 2 d. 20 h. 25 min. ago
  • CSUB Alumni Hall of Fame nominees announcedCSUB Alumni Hall of Fame nominees announced

    By Runa Lemminn News Editor The inductees for CSU Bakersfield’s Alumni Hall of Fame all had a similar response to making it onto this year’s list. Jeremy Adams, Bryan Burrow, Edward Paine, and Debbie Wood said they felt extremely honored to be nominated. The event announcing the inductees was held on Nov. 14. Carla Barrientos, President of the CSUB Alumni Association, opened the event. In her remarks, she said the Alumni Hall of Fame was created 12 years ago, to recognize and celebrate CSUB’s most distinguished alumni. The Board of Directors and President Dr. Horace Mitchell came together to create the Alumni Hall of Fame. Barrientos said each year, university staff, alumni, faculty, and other community members nominate the individuals they feel are deserving of the award. “These four inductees are a great example for nearly 15,000 alumni, not just locally, or nationwide, but worldwide,” said Barrientos. To be nominated, individuals must fulfill certain criteria, which include earning a degree or honorary degree from CSUB prior to five years before the year selected, a track record of success, an emphasis and care for higher education, and community involvement with CSUB. A history of positive contributions to the community is also on the list. Following the opening speech by Barrientos, CSU Board Trustee John Nilon introduced Mitchell. Mitchell said he tells each graduating class at commencement that he looks forward to seeing some of them as nominees in the future. “At commencement, one of the things that I say to our students is that we look forward to the cumulative and collective contributions they will make through their professional achievements, civic engagement, and leadership in our global and diverse society,” said Mitchell. Even CSUB students who haven’t graduated see the value in the Alumni Hall of Fame. Samuel Mata, a business major, said the award was a positive thing. “Anybody who can make not only the campus, but the community a better place should be recognized,” said Mata. Jessica Moreno, a master’s student in Spanish, said it was good CSUB acknowledges the graduates who have stayed in Bakersfield and are serving the community. “I think it’s really cool, said Moreno. “It’s one thing to get a higher education, get your degree, and then leave, and let another city or somewhere else reap the benefits of whatever it is that you got from your institution.” This year’s inductees each have an impressive list of achievements and contributions to the state and local community. Some of Adams’ many achievements include earning a teaching credential from CSUB in 1999. He is a teacher at Bakersfield High School, and an adjunct professor at CSUB. Adams said he didn’t imagine he would ever actually win a nomination. “This award gives me a sense of real humility,” said Adams. “It’s not just that you win it, it’s that you want to be worthy of winning it. I feel like I need to keep working to be worthy of it.” Burrow, who earned an MBA from CSUB in 2000, is the CEO of Sierra School Equipment Co., and includes having served as President and CEO of the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra on a long list of positions held in the community. “I shouldn’t be here,” said Burrow. “It’s an honor to be a part of this group.” Burrow said it’s about investing in people and the investments people have made in him over the years. “It’s about the collective investment that people have made in my life, and so it’s my way of kind of giving back,” said Burrow. Paine, who earned his Bachelor’s in Business Administration in 1980, has been successful in real estate and insurance, and has been involved in many charitable causes locally. One of his accomplishments is saving the Mercy Child Development Center from closure. “Like most people in my position I feel that I am not overly deserving of the accolade,” said Paine. “You don’t have to do anything spectacular. You can just be steady in your commitment and good things can happen.” Wood earned a Bachelor’s in Nursing in 1982, and an MA in Education in 2000. She is the school health coordinator for Bakersfield city school district, and has taught in CSUB’s nursing program for nearly 20 years. Among other accomplishments, Wood established health centers to treat many of Bakersfield City School District’s 30,000 students, a large percentage of whom are uninsured or underinsured. “It’s really an honor, and really a surprise,” said Wood. “You just focus on the work, and you don’t really realize what you’re doing, you just keep working. Without Cal State, I would never have been able to do what I’ve done.” Mitchell said the CSUB Alumni Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place on Friday, Sept. 16, at the Bakersfield Country Club. “Proceeds from that event will support and benefit the alumni scholarship fund,” said Mitchell. Photo by Runa Lemminn / The RunnerAlumni Hall of Fame Nominees were announced on Wednesday. Left to right: Carla Barrientos, President of the CSUB Alumni Association; Jeremy Adams, Inductee; Bryan Burrow, Inductee; President Mitchell; Edward Paine, Inductee; Debbie Wood, Inductee; and Sarah Hendrick, Director of Alumni Engagement

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  • Bass Pro Shops coming to BakersfieldBass Pro Shops coming to Bakersfield

    The plan to bring a Bass Pro Shops to Bakersfield is moving forward, making it the fifth in the state of California. The outdoor retailer specializing in hunting, fishing, camping, and other outdoor activities plans to create a 100,000 square-foot store in Bakersfield.

    Bakersfield News / 3 d. 1 h. 3 min. ago
  • Roadrunners hold on against Fresno PacificRoadrunners hold on against Fresno Pacific

    By Vincent Perez Assistant Sports Editor Overconfidence almost got the best of the CSU Bakersfield women’s basketball team in their home opener. The Roadrunners fought their way to a 74-63 win against Division II Fresno Pacific University on Tuesday, Nov. 14. CSUB (1-1) had four players in double digits against the Sunbirds. Junior forward Malaysia McHenry shot 6-for-12, with 14 points and senior forward Aja Williams shot 5-for-8, with 12 points. Sophomore guards Daije Harris, shot 5-for-9, with 12 points and Kate Tokuhara finished with 12 points, with two 3-pointers. “We gave up too many points … but against a team like this, that you know that you have an advantage of, you’ve got to avoid this,” said Head Coach Greg McCall. “We got to do things on both ends of the floor.” However, he said that he was happy with the way the team played because they played with more energy and effort. McCall said, “Defensively, we just got to keep working.” The Roadrunners trailed Fresno Pacific 10-4 with 4:45 left in the first quarter. Freshman forward/center Vanessa Austin made a layup which cut into the Sunbirds’ lead, 10-6. Tokuhara added two free throw shots to inch the Roadrunners closer, 10-8. Then, junior guard/forward, Megan Lee, of Fresno Pacific drained a 3-pointer at 3:30, which gave the Sunbirds a lead of 13-8. CSUB fought back late in the first quarter. Williams contributed her first two points of the game in the first quarter and CSUB took a 14-13 lead with 1:15 left. The Roadrunners led 18-16 at the end of the first quarter thanks to a last-second layup from Williams, which had to be reviewed at the beginning of the second quarter, which was confirmed. CSUB shot 16-for-38 by the end of the first half and led Fresno Pacific, 38-33. In the third quarter, the Roadrunners were fouled six times and led 58-49 at the end of the third. The Roadrunners would put on defensive pressure to close out the fourth quarter. Wasting no time, McCall made the move to full-court press Fresno Pacific. An early turnover by Fresno Pacific earned CSUB a 62-49 lead from Harris and Williams’ layups in the fourth quarter, with 8:47 left in the game. McHenry led the Roadrunners to a 71-57 lead after her two-pointer with 3:22 left in the game and the Roadrunners never looked back. McHenry said their win came down to the team finishing layups. She added, “The post-play in specific, we didn’t finish well today. The perimeter [players] came and helped us well with that.” She said about her own game, “[I want to improve] just finishing around the basket, boxing out more and getting aggressive [in the game].” Harris said, “It felt like we had a better offensive rhythm.” She said that it would be better to blow Fresno Pacific out by more points but that she’s excited more for the win coming off the loss against UTEP. CSUB lost on the road Nov. 11 at UTEP, 56-67. A few bright spots for the Roadrunners were redshirt-junior guard, Jazmine Johnson, who scored 15 points, junior guard, Alexxus Gilbert scored 10 points and senior guard Alize Lofton shot 2-for-4. CSUB next takes on San Jose State (0-1), Friday, Nov. 17, on their two-game road trip, followed by a visit to No. 14 Stanford (0-2) on Sunday, Nov. 19. McCall said, “We got our work cut out again. But we’re ready for it. This is a good game [against Fresno Pacific] for us to have to see what we need to work on.” Senior forward Aja Williams puts up a shot in the paint against Fresno Pacific on Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the Icardo Center. Photo by Simer Khurana

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  • CSUB presents piano student recitalCSUB presents piano student recital

    California State University Bakersfield is inviting the public to join the biannual fall piano student recital concert today, Wednesday November 15, 2017 inside of the CSUB Music Building in room 127 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will feature multiple students from CSUB who will be playing music from Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, and Rachmaninoff, among others.

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  • Two men steal $1600 in merchandise from JCPenneyTwo men steal $1600 in merchandise from JCPenney

    The Bakersfield Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating and identifying two men wanted for grand theft last month in south Bakersfield. On Oct. 13 at 7:46 p.m., police said two men stole approximately $1600 in merchandise from JCPenney the Valley Plaza Mall.

    Bakersfield News / 3 d. 19 h. 42 min. ago
  • Topgolf interested in Bakersfield locationTopgolf interested in Bakersfield location

    Topgolf, a driving range-type venue that combines video games, entertainment, food and drink is one of two golf companies vying for a spot at the future Bakersfield Commons.

    Bakersfield News / 4 d. 0 h. 28 min. ago
  • Beard Bash competition event raise money to help childrenBeard Bash competition event raise money to help children

    Men with handle-bar whiskers, business beards and women in crafted (fake) beards, traveled from Southern California and Northern California, to Bakersfield, to compete for clout and wooden plaques, and all for a good cause, to raise money and awareness for Bikers Against Child Abuse B.A.C.A. at the Beard Bash on Nov. 11 at Prohibition in Rosedale. That Beard Stuff, a local company that provides men’s beard grooming and mustache care line products, sponsored the beard competition for the non-profit. All proceeds raised at the event were donated for the services that the organization of biker advocates for child victims of abuse provide. Bowza, a local chapter member and board member, said that his organization provides round-the-clock protection, and accompaniment to court hearings so children feel empowered and safe. The founder of That Beard Stuff, Tawnee Shelton, said the idea to sponsor The Beard Bash came from having attended beard competitions for years. She said, “We go to a lot of beard competitions. We wanted to have a beard competition with a purpose.” Ty Shelton, Tawnee Shelton’s husband, said the reason they chose the non-profit organization B.A.C.A. to receive 100 percent of the proceeds was that, “they are very near and dear to our hearts. We are honored and humbled to do what we do. In putting on a beard competition [with B.A.C.A. as the recipient] there was no other organization in mind except them.” That Beard Stuff, a 4-year-old company, was destined to be, according to Ty Shelton. His wife did not like how “wiry” his beard felt, so she told him to shave it. He refused. They began looking for products online that would solve the problem. There weren’t many products dedicated to beard groomers, and those products that were available, were expensive. Tawnee Shelton was “crafty” and was convinced she could create a formula for her husband, and that’s how the Shelton’s company was born. Tawnee Shelton began advertising it online as That Beard Stuff because she couldn’t think of a name for it. Ty Shelton said he received a phone call at work one day when his wife put the product online and he said the name she gave it interim, “just felt right,” so they kept it. The Beard Bash showcased women in crafted beards in a category dubbed “Whiskerinas.” There was a crochet beard with adornments hanging from it, and a beard that almost looked real on one woman with an unlit cigarette dangling from her lips. There was a colorful beard on a woman in a unicorn onesie with a tail and a bushy beard you might expect to see on Santa Claus. There were 11 men beard categories with firm rules so that participants would not have unfair hair advantage. They were Natural Mustache (no styling aids allowed), Styled mustache (styling aids allowed), Goatee (mustache and chin hair can’t connect to sideburns), Partial beard (broken line from temple to temple or no mustache) , Business beard (full beard under 2 inches), Natural beard over and under 12 inches (must have unbroken line from temple to temple and no styling aids for mustache), Styled beard over and under 12 inches (no styling aids allowed for mustache), Freestyle (anything goes) with the category to close out the competition named Best in Show. Best in Show was where the number 1 finalists went beard to beard, beard to stash, or stash to stash against each other and the man or woman whose hair was deemed the best, won first place, overall. Winners each received a wooden engraved plaque. Three judges, John Banks, Nate Johnson and Rob Juker determined the winners in each category. Angry Brians, a local Celtic rock band, featured guitarist and mandolin player Rich Cheney, Valerie Byrnes on bagpipes, Douglas Kirk on bass, and Walter Baldwin on drums and percussion. They even featured a new female vocalist. There was plenty of food, raffle prizes, and music to keep people occupied through the 5-hour event, which raised, at night’s close, over $1,200.

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  • New Reading Oasis opens at Friendship House Community CenterNew Reading Oasis opens at Friendship House Community Center

    The Kern Kiwanis Club in partnership with the Friendship House Community Center held a ribbon cutting event for a new community Reading Oasis on Nov. 8. The event was held to celebrate the opening of a small library for children and their parents. Lois Hannible, Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) Friendship House Program Manager, spoke first at the event before introducing past president of Kiwanis Club of Kern Fred Kittredge, who then addressed the audience. Kittredge shared some of the moments that led to the opening of the Reading Oasis like the grants and help received and given by Kiwanis club members who ranged from architects, educators, and community leaders. Kittredge said, “[It has been] just a little over two years, since the day that we started and today we’re going to cut the ribbon, open the door and be able to actually see it and present it to our friends. We are so proud. Thank you.” The final speaker was Fuchsia Ward, a member of the Kiwanis Club of Kern and the Friendship House Advisory Board, who herself attended Friendship House as a child in 1957 and later ended up working closely with Kiwanis in 1994. “Friendship House is my heart, because it is really where I received my start. … This project is very special to me also, when I was a kid we used to have a tutorial project here, … when children are exposed to books, the more books they have access to, even better than economics in the home, books play a major role in students becoming highly educated. Economics is not the leading factor as most of us think,” Ward said. After the speakers’ speeches, the audience was asked to leave their seats and walk toward the Reading Oasis in order to witness the ribbon cutting. Hannible, Kittredge and Ward cut the ribbon together and then opened the Reading Oasis and encouraged those attending to go inside and view the room as well as helping themselves to refreshments. The Oasis Room was stocked with new books with the help of Scholastic and new computers to help local children with homework. The computers will also be used for an evening class for local parents to help introduce them to new technology and to help give them the resources to help their children with school work.

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  • Engineering program states its case to visiting accreditation teamEngineering program states its case to visiting accreditation team

    By Runa Lemminn News Editor   The accreditation process for CSU Bakersfield’s three engineering departments is another step closer to completion. The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology completed its crucial three-day visit to CSU Bakersfield today. ABET team members were given a tour of the facilities on Sunday, and also spoke with engineering students on Monday morning. A lunch was held for the team on Monday. The lunch provided an informal venue for members of the ABET accreditation team to talk with members of the advisory board, and CSUB department chairs, and faculty. With approximately thirty people in attendance, the team was able to get to know some key players in the accreditation process at CSUB. Members of the Advisory Board included Jesse D. Frederick, Vice president of WZI, Inc., and chair of the advisory board, and Brad DeWitt, a petroleum engineer and member of the advisory board. Stanley Pau, one of the visiting ABET team members, is a professor of engineering and optical sciences at the University of Arizona. Pau said earlier in the day, he and other team members received some valuable feedback when they met with engineering students. “Students have complained they have a hard time finding internships,” said Pau. DeWitt said the local kids were up against some serious competition from other parts of the state for internships. “Kids are competing with kids from other (accredited) campuses,” said DeWitt. Frederick and DeWitt said they have been frustrated because local engineering students have been graduating at a disadvantage since they don’t have a degree from an accredited program. “We have so much need (locally), and we’ve been importing accredited engineers,” said Frederick. Both the company and the intern benefit from the internships. “The interns bring insight,” said Frederick. Photo by Andrew Paredez / The RunnerMembers of ABET enjoy lunch with engineering faculty and advisory board on Nov. 13, 2017. Photo by Andrew Paredez / The RunnerAdvisory Board members Brad DeWitt & Jesse Frederick talk with ABET team member Stanley Pau, and Natural Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering Dean Kathleen Madden

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  • UberEats now available in BakersfieldUberEats now available in Bakersfield

    UberEATS, a newly emerging restaurant delivery service, launched by Uber, the same ridesharing service shuttling people to and from places around the city, brought the food delivery concept to the Bakersfield market on Nov. 13. Ordering food couldn’t be easier, and is at the touch of a button, according to Stephanie Sedlak, a communications manager for UberEATS. Bakersfield residents need only to download the UberEATS app or order from the UberEATS website online, and then choose from more than 25 local restaurants available. Consumers are charged a standard “booking fee” of $5.99 along with the cost of the food. But, according to Sedlak, “there are zero hidden fees.” According to Sedlak, one of the unique advantages to UberEATS is the ability to “track your order through every step of the process live, ensuring you are getting what you want, delivered at Uber speed.” She said that what makes their food delivery service different from standard restaurant delivery services is UberEATS’ reliability and convenience, and the advantages of offering late night food and willingness to deliver meals to longer distances. “The same technology company that made getting around Bakersfield easy and reliable at the push of a button, is coming to make getting great food in Bakersfield as easy as requesting a ride,” Sedlak said. The UberEATS app will allow the consumer to rate their food and the delivery service, and also provide an optional tip after delivery. Some of the restaurants consumers will be able to choose from are Deli Delicious, Fresco Mexican Grill, Knife & Fork Bistro and more. Evan Aguilar, the Marketing Director for Fresco Mexican Grill, one of the restaurants who partnered with UberEATS, said that the main reason they chose UberEATS was based upon customer query. “Our customers have been asking us if we could deliver for years now, but it’s not quite feasible for us to have a delivery person on staff when our average ticket price is less than $10. UberEATS changes that by handling the delivery for us and in turn allowing us to serve more customers.” Aguilar also said that they were excited about partnering for the rollout in the Bakersfield market. He said that with UberEATS it allows them to offer ease and convenience to their customers. “Now with UberEATS, our customers will be able to order a Signature Burrito (steak, shrimp, bacon & more) from bed and pick it up at the front door.” Consumers can choose as many dishes as they want from a restaurant, but if they wish to have food delivered from more than one restaurant, there would be an additional $5.99 charge for each restaurant and each order would be assigned to separate delivery drivers.

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  • Poll: Do you think student parking should be free for BC students on campus?Poll: Do you think student parking should be free for BC students on campus?

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  • Roadrunners fall in straight sets on senior dayRoadrunners fall in straight sets on senior day

    By Johnathan Wheatley Reporter The CSU Bakersfield volleyball team was swept on senior day against New Mexico State University at the Icardo Center on Saturday, Nov. 11. The Roadrunners (16-13, 9-5 WAC) had a chance to grab the second seed in the Western Athletic Conference tournament next week with a win, instead they will now be the fourth seed. CSUB honored their five seniors on Saturday, including setter Fabiana Andrade, libero Emily lopes, outside hitter Aleksandra Djordjevic and middle blockers Haylee Roberts and Sydney Haynes. “Us five seniors were very emotional going into the game, we’d do anything and everything for this program,” said Djordjevic. Djordjevic added five kills and 15 digs to the Roadrunners total. The first set started with CSUB scoring two straight points on two New Mexico State errors. The Aggies (21-7, 12-2 WAC) answered with three points of their own, taking the lead from the Roadrunners, 3-2. Both teams went back and forth taking the lead, with neither able to pull away. Eventually, the Aggies went on a 6-2 run and took a commanding 22-16 lead. CSUB staged a comeback scoring the sets next three points, but fell short as New Mexico State won the set 25-21. In the second set, a kill by Djordjevic and an attack error by the Aggies would give the Roadrunners a 2-0 lead. New Mexico State battled back and took a 4-2 lead over CSUB. The Roadrunners would fight to regain the lead and got as close as a 17-16 score, in favor of the Aggies. New Mexico State then went on a 7-0 run before winning the set, 25-18 after a Lopes service error. After the half, CSUB started the third set with an 8-1 lead. “We know we can do it so let’s just do it, we came out and we just wanted to fight,” said Roberts on the beginning of the third set. She added 10 kills and 2 blocks in the game. The lead would be short lived as New Mexico State came back with authority and took the lead 9-8 after an 8-0 run. After both teams trading the lead, the Aggies gained control and took a 17-13 lead. CSUB would make it a close one as they would score two straight points to make the score 24-22, but fell 25-22 after a kill by the Aggies Tatyana Battle. “Communication, the ‘I trust you and the I’m going to get this’ is something we can take into the WAC tournament,” said Andrade. Andrade came up a dig short of her eleventh double-double of the season as she would total 21 assists, 3 service aces and 9 digs. CSUB will go into the WAC tournament as the fourth seed and take on the fifth seeded Seattle University on Thursday, Nov. 16 at 4:30 p.m. in Edinburg, TX. All games will be broadcasted on the WAC digital network.

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  • Runner News Network – October 2017Runner News Network – October 2017

      Stories: Kern County Day of Remembrance; Bakersfield Together; CSUB Students on Vegas; Taste of the Arts 2017; Temporary Parking lot closes.

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  • El Resumen – Octubre 2017El Resumen – Octubre 2017

      Reportajes: Tiroteo en Las Vegas, incendios forestales en el norte de California, cierre del estacionamiento temporal, RowdyCon, Taste of the Arts (el sabor del arte).

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  • Renegade Adventure: The BMOA Rothschild inspired party ‘Art After Dark’ was a surreal memory for meRenegade Adventure: The BMOA Rothschild inspired party ‘Art After Dark’ was a surreal memory for me

    When I was a little girl I always dreamt of going to a ball, and as I got older art became a very big part of my life and Halloween my favorite holiday. So it was obvious that a Rothschild Surreal Ball would be my cup of tea and when I heard the Bakersfield Museum of Art would be hosting a party inspired by the event on Oct. 26 I knew I would be attending. A night of art, surrealist outfits and costumes and makeup galore not to mention the Halloween vibes, which I live for, this party was made for me. I find nothing more pleasant than frantically slaving away on a last minute costume with very little money to my name, my whole outfit by the way head to toe makeup and all was only $10. I wasn’t too sure what I wanted to do for my costume because I had so many ideas but I knew I didn’t want to wear a dress. I had decided on a tux of some form and ventured out into my vice establishment, the 99 Cents Only Store. I had only been there the day before and meant to purchase a top hat but in my over processed and stressed mind I forgot and they were sold out. As I was going through each and every aisle trying to feed my denial on the top hats unattainability I stopped dead in my tracks when I noticed a white silky negligee. To my great luck it came with a with a silky pair of pants so I added it to my cart and the gears started turning. I knew exactly which shoes would match and what black blazer I could pair it with and then I saw them, these white sparkly branches and snowflake shaped flowers. And then I thought what goes best with black and white, red lipstick, but then I figured I needed something red to balance out the color palette and I found it in a Christmas berry and pine branches wreath. I was all set and I finally had an idea of what I was going to wear so I purchased my items and headed straight home. I began with my makeup and decided to go for an owlish look. I used a lighter shade of foundation and highlighted my face away then I shadowed my eyes and added little feather like strokes around my temples and nose. I then feathered my eyebrows with a gel and black eyeshadow and lined my eyes with a dark liner and finally finished with a red lip. After I finished my makeup I started on my hair, which I teased mercilessly to create a nest like tuff and started looping the branches, flowers, and berries into my hair. I was quite pleased with my finished look but I was also quite anxious about being the only one dressed up. Luckily when I got there the woman that signed me in had a butterfly lit headpiece and she complimented me on my hair and makeup. The event was held in the BMOA gardens and the regular sculptures were decorated with giant eyeballs and dreamy clouds all highlighted with blue lights in the mostly dark lit area. I was pleased to see various guests in intricate costumes and creative headpieces and makeup styles all mingling with each other and taking pictures by the sculptures. Two bars were set up selling surrealist inspired cocktails provided by Tiki Ko and Sandrini’s Public House, I’m not usually a big drinker but I heard there was a drink with edible glitter so I decided to indulge, something I regretted later for multiple reasons. I chose “The Baroness”, a drink made of Jamaican rum, cream sherry, apricot liqueur, lemon juice, demerara syrup, and angostura bitters topped with edible gold flaked glitter. I’ll admit it I felt cool as heck. My friend Megan accompanied me and while we were walking around we decided to go inside and take a look at some of the art on display. As we walked along admiring the work I decided to sit as my heels were cutting my circulation and seemed intent on cutting of my toes, when lo and behold, the plastic champagne flute came apart and drenched me and the floor in its glittery glory. To say I was embarrassed was an understatement, not to mention I had no way of cleaning it up because of the branches and flowers in my hair but sweet, kind and patient Megan ran to the restroom grabbed some towels and cleaned it up for me. After a quick trip to the restroom, we returned to the gardens to watch the band Tigercide perform a couple of songs, viewed a few more sculptures and the live light installation by Alex Sarad and decided to leave. Megan and I decided to look for some pizza which resulted in a lot of u-turns, off-key singing and rapping and ripping my pants trying to save an old receipt, so we decided to call it a night. Needless to say, I can finally say I’ve been to a ball, sort of. I still love art and Halloween is still my favorite holiday, but I had more fun snapchatting with my best friend on a bench after the event than at the actual party. So I may not be as refined as I wish I could be but I still had a lot of fun and that’s all the little me ever wanted.

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  • Basketball player Murphy plans to pursue her goals on and off the courtBasketball player Murphy plans to pursue her goals on and off the court

    Bakersfield College women’s basketball player Aerin Murphy has only been attending BC for two semesters, but has already begun to set and pursue lofty goals both on and off the court. The 19-year-old freshman began playing basketball in her junior year at Frontier High School and says she originally took an interest in the game because she enjoys the competition and being part of a team. “I like pushing myself to my limit and getting out of my comfort zone… it was difficult [when I first started] but it’s worth it,” said Murphy. While playing at Frontier, Murphy suffered a severe injury to her right knee, which she feared would force her to take the season off. “I thought I wasn’t going to be able to play,” said Murphy, “but I ended up recovering faster than I was supposed to, and I actually got to play and wound up winning an MVP award that year.” Murphy, who majors in biology and plans to pursue a career as a maxillofacial surgeon, touts keeping a positive attitude as her secret to success both on and off the court. That positive attitude has contributed to the Renegade women’s basketball team holding a 3-1 record in the current season. “We lost our first game to Cerritos, but we beat every other team after that. I think we’re going to be good this year,” said Murphy. After finishing at BC, Murphy hopes to transfer to a CSU or UC in the Bay area.

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  • BC tennis raises fundsBC tennis raises funds

    The Bakersfield College’s Men and Women’s Tennis Programs held a fundraising event in the BC cafeteria on Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. The fundraiser was held to raise money for the tennis players’ uniforms, equipment and travel costs at away games, which can reach close to $300 per player. Nick Jacobs, head coach for the men’s and women’s tennis teams, shared some of his hopes for the outcome of the event, seeing as how this fundraiser in particular is where the majority of their funds come in from. Jacobs said, “It kind of varies depending on the year, the last couple of years we’ve been pretty good with our fundraiser numbers, but usually we try to target anywhere from around five to eight grand just based off the dinner.” Tickets for the event were sold for $40 a person and included a steak or chicken dinner with green beans, potatoes, salad and bread. A bar was also set up for guest to order wine or liquor with a tip jar that read “tip big.” Guests were seated at their tables by either the men’s or women’s tennis team members and would then be offered raffle tickets for sale. One guest Stan Newman bought $20 worth of raffle tickets from the women’s tennis team. Raffle tickets were sold for a $1 each, six tickets for $5 or 100 tickets for $20. After buying raffle tickets, guests were encouraged to enter their tickets into baskets that held the name of various prizes. The prizes ranged from amazon gift cards, jewelry, spa packages and lottery tickets to private tennis lessons with former professional tennis player Hank Pfister. Guests were also offered entertainment and the BC drumline made an appearance and performed. The coaches went up on stage to introduce the new tennis team players and to thank the guests for attending the event. Coach Nick Loudermick said, “Thank you so much for coming out and supporting men’s and women’s tennis … The team is taking great strides, we are a top 10 tennis team in California, we kind of put tennis back on the map.” The Tennis Fundraiser event raised approximately $6,200 and had 120 people in attendance.

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  • Cannon captain fires final shot for the seasonCannon captain fires final shot for the season

    John A. Medvigy, Bakersfield College’s gun crew captain who also is a member of the Vets Club, fired the final shot from the cannon at BC’s last home game for the season, against Santa Monica on Oct. 28. Medvigy announced that he will be retiring as the cannon crew captain next fall. It will mark his 30th season. Courtney Carter, a BC alumnus and current BC staffer, will step up to fill Medvigy’s role as the new gun crew captain when Medvigy retires. The Bakersfield College Renegade’s time-honored tradition of the cannon ball fire began in the mid-1960s, and has been carried out dutifully by Medvigy since 1972, with a few years away when Medvigy served in the Army, from 1972 to 1976. “A caisson was built for it [the cannon] by Three-Way Chevrolet in the late 90s because it was hectic to roll out to the stadium,” Medvigy said. “Three-Way Chevrolet has dropped it off and picked it up since the mid-90s. Three-Way has been exceptional for that.” Medvigy discussed the role of the cannon in home games during football season and said, “We are the official gun for Bakersfield college football. We shoot test rounds to make sure everything is functioning.” There are other key moments during a football game that football fans will hear the cannon and that is “during the playing of the National Anthem, when the Gades come on the field, at the start of each half, at the end of each quarter, and when Renegades score.” He also detailed how they are able to amplify the smoke and noise. “We use packed 12-gauge shotgun shells that are filled with triple fine-grain black powder. We use it so you can see the smoke that comes out.” Black powder, according to Mevigy is, “so efficient with expansion and firing the shell out.” One of Medvigy’s most memorable times with the cannon was in December 1976. A “500 car-caravan went from Bakersfield to the Junior Rose Bowl. Families, students, alumni and people supporting the game joined, even active duty from the Naval and Army Reserve Center went. We blew them [Ellsworth Community College from Ellsworth Iowa] away. Gene’s Gun Shop and Valley Gun shop donated 10 pounds of gun powder for the Rose Bowl.” Medvigy said that he burned through all of the gun powder, which is enough to last the entire football season, in one game. Next year, during his final year working with the cannon crew, he said that he wants to use the final season to focus on training. He will teach the cannon crew how to pack the shells by hand and will also oversee the safety procedures are learned and adhered to, so that no one is injured. Carter, who is currently the Executive Secretary for the Bakersfield College Foundation, will replace Medvigy after his final season next year. Carter has a long history with cannons. She has fired cannons for 27 years. Carter’s love for the cannon began with her grandfather, William Kofahl, who was a member of the The Muzzle Loader Association in Bakersfield and taught Carter all he knew about the cannon. Kofahl spent six years building a cannon, while Carter was a young girl, an apprentice at her grandfather’s side. Regarding her new position Carter said, “it’s exciting, it’s an honor and I couldn’t be more proud. I’m sure my grandfather would be smiling down on me with pride.” She said that she feels that after all of the training, it paid off and this is her tribute to her grandfather’s memory. Veterans who are interested in volunteering on the cannon safety committee can call Carter at the Bakersfield College Foundation at (661) 395-4800 Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for next season’s safety committee volunteer schedule and lineup.

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  • BC crushes Santa Monica, 48-0BC crushes Santa Monica, 48-0

    For the final home game at Bakersfield College’s Memorial Stadium Oct. 28, the BC Renegades defeated the Pirates of Santa Monica College 48-0, marking this win as 7-1 overall this season, with only a single loss. The first half of the game saw BC dominate the field, scoring 17 points in the first quarter and 14 points in the second quarter. BC Renegade Cameron Roberson scored the first touchdown with a 4-yard run. Following Roberson was BC Renegade Chance Cooper who made an 11-yard touchdown after completing a pass from his teammate Brandon Jones. Inbetween both touchdowns Nathan DeJager scored a 35-yard field goal, as well as scoring two good kicks for an extra point on Roberson’s and Cooper’s touchdowns. By the beginning of the second quarter, BC was still going strong. The Renegades made two touchdowns along with two good kicks from DeJager for an extra point each. Brandon Jones of BC made the first touchdown by making a 2-yard run to the end zone, but it was Roberson’s punt return that stole the show. Making a 53-yard punt return for a touchdown and setting BC on the path for the win. By the end of the first half, BC was ahead of Santa Monica 31-0. As the second half opened, Santa Monica had made little progress past BC’s Alexandra Apatiga Bakersfield College Renegade Louis Early taking down a Santa Monica player with fellow Renegades Cristion Brown and Ernest Harris rushing in to assist. defense. By the end of the game, BC had given up 164-yards and had forced three turnovers. The Renegades kept the pressure on Santa Monica, with DeJager making a 34- yard field goal – his second field goal of the night – and Renegade Lameshio Hill running for a 4-yard touchdown. With an additional extra point from DeJager on Hill’s touchdown, the BC Renegades were at 41-0 by the end of quarter three. The final fourth quarter was end game with certain victory for the home team. Santa Monica once again made a last ditch effort to gain some ground on the field, but their progress was halted by BC as they made a final touchdown for the night. Malik Barkley ran for a 6-yard touchdown, boosted by DeJager’s consistent kicks, and bringing BC’s final score to 48-0. This season has been a good one for Bakersfield College’s football team, with an average of 33 points a game, a 4-1 record at home, and a winning streak of five games, BC has two more games before the end of their season. Their next game will be at Ventura College on Nov. 4.

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  • Bakersfield College men’s soccer team breaks losing streak with 1- 0 win against Victor Valley CollegeBakersfield College men’s soccer team breaks losing streak with 1- 0 win against Victor Valley College

    Slideshow • 3 PhotosAmbria KingCarlos Melendez prepares for a corner kick.Close $(document).ready(function() { $(function(){ $('.modal-photo12039564').click(function() { var inst = $('[data-remodal-id=modal-photo12039564]').remodal(); var photoids = '4013187,4013188,4013189'; var unique = '12039564'; var storyid = '4013186'; inst.open(); $.ajax({ url:'/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php', type:'POST', data:'action=getslideshow&photoids=' + photoids + '&unique=' + unique + '&storyid=' + storyid, success:function(results) { $('.photo-container12039564').replaceWith(results); } }); }); }); $('#slideshowwrap12039564').hover(function(){ $('.slideshow-enlarge').css('background', '#990000'); }, function(){ $('.slideshow-enlarge').css('background', '#000'); }) });

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