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Two Guys Hit The Open Road To Relive James Dean’s Last Day

Six decades after James Dean shuffled off this mortal coil, the actor remains as vivid an icon to individuality and rebelliousness as he was before that fateful afternoon of September 30, 1955. 206 more words


Old Chief, New Chief

Halito Brothers & Sisters,

Well my Chahta family we have a new Chief, Gary Batton. I say new because the Chahta people have spoken (as it should be) and Miko Batton was actually voted in. 625 more words


Uncle Harvey Preston Shank

This is a snapshot that came out of someone’s photo album.  It’s a small photo, and I would guess that it was taken in the 1920’s.  203 more words


Anchor attacked outside Calif. TV station

BAKERSFIELD, California (CNN) – A man outside a TV station in California punched an anchor in the face. Andres Herrera says the man asked him if he worked for the news. 69 more words


Runners Buck the Broncs, Advance to WAC Semifinals

By Nate Sanchez

Senior Columnist

The Runners closed out a 3-0 shutout of the University of Texas-Pan American Broncs tonight, paving their way into the semifinals of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. 154 more words


California Police: Reports of Creepy Clowns with Knives, Guns, Sighted in Bakersfield

(Reuters) – Reports of creepy clowns carrying knives and other weapons have been scaring people in the California city of Bakersfield for the past week, police said on Sunday. 232 more words

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Why the fair is terrible

By Nate Sanchez

Senior Columnist


The Kern County Fair wrapped up Sunday night, and not a day too soon. If you don’t understand the relationship of headlines to their stories, I’ll make this easy for you: I think the county fair is awful. 583 more words