I don’t know what a spay/neuter crown would look like but all the folks at Critters Without Litters deserve one.
As you read this, Critters will have fixed its 15,000th pet since opening its doors in October 2012.
Critters is Bakersfield’s first low-cost, high volume, spay/neuter clinic.
Its incredibly low prices — $65 to $80 for dogs depending on sex and size and $40 to $50 for cats depending on sex — have made fixing a pet doable for many in the community who could not otherwise afford it.
And people have taken advantage of those prices in droves.
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Kern County supervisors, feeling heat from agricultural developers in the Indian Wells Valley, postponed an emergency ordinance that would have temporarily frozen ag development in the water poor desert region.
Kern County supervisors on Tuesday approved a $5 million expansion of the contract to manage Kern Medical Center, saying they have to spend money to attract talent and make the county hospital more efficient.
This is the fourth of 12 candidate profiles for Bakersfield City Council races in Wards 1, 3, 4 and 7. Remaining profiles will be published in subsequent days.
FRESNO -- Officers from the Department of Homeland Security interviewed ABC Channel 30 Action News (Fresno) cameraman Tom Amico and reporter Corin Hoggard Monday following a minor scuffle outside the federal courthouse in Fresno between the news crew and supporters of Dr. Terrill Brown.
An Oildale man faces up to 14 years in prison following his conviction Tuesday for holding alcohol- and drug-fueled parties where he engaged in sex acts with underage girls.
Once you have the flavor of a city, you can start cooking and preparing the programs.
The Girl Scouts of Central California South will recognize three distinguished women who are role models for girls this Friday.
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed the nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags at grocery and convenience stores, driven to action by pollution in streets and waterways.
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Arvin residents filed 416 legal complaints against Kern County and the City of Arvin earlier this month seeking more than $10 million in damages in the wake of a March pipeline gas leak.