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Bakersfield’s Highway 99 rival, the Stockton Thunder, are for sale.
Thunder owner Brad Rowbotham told the Stockton Record on Monday that due to business issues and a desire to spend more time with his family, that he is looking to sell the team he purchased in 2010.
“This could take a few months, or it could take a couple of years,” Rowbotham told the Record. “We’ll just keep running the team as we have in the past. That won’t change.”
Rothberg is the general manager of Roll’n Oilfield Industries, Ltd. in Red Deer, Alberta, and said business issues have made it difficult for him to get to Stockton as much as he did in the past.
The Idaho Steelheads have signed fourth-year pro goaltender Olivier Roy, who helped lead the Alaska Aces to the ECHL championship last season. (Story here.)
A suspect used a stolen credit card to purchase items at the Target and Toys "R" Us stores on Ming Avenue.
An alert neighbor helped police nab five suspects believed to have burglarized a residence in southwest Bakersfield.
Blunt force trauma caused the death of a woman found inside her residence southwest of Lamont the evening of Sept. 18, according to a coroner's office news release.
Bakersfield's Animal Control Division will offer pet owners low-cost vaccinations, licensing and microchips for dogs Saturday in Central Park at Mill Creek.
A two-story apartment complex caught fire Tuesday morning in east Bakersfield, causing $75,000 in damage.
Players are starting to flter into town and ice-making continues at Rabobank Arena as the Condors get set to open training camp on Friday.
A gas leak Tuesday morning at the Walmart on Rosesdale Highway forced the evacuation of about 150 store employees and shoppers.
Deputies recovered a stolen oilfield service truck and issued an arrest warrant in connection with its theft by following a GPS device installed in the truck.
Two brothers have been arrested in connection with the Sept. 21 killing of a man in southwest Bakersfield.
Kern County supervisors will discuss a freeze on all agricultural development in the Indian Wells Valley and a contract adjustment for the management firm that runs Kern Medical Center.
Claudia Morales, a first-year Bakersfield College student, not only wants to earn a two-year certification to design buildings.
Loren Johnson helped authorities make a speedy arrest in the shooting of his wife.