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Sloan, Ronald

Ronald (RC) Sloan RC passed away while visiting Des Moines, Iowa, on August 5th 2017. His passing was sudden, with no prior history of heart issues….

Banoczi, Jeannette

Jeannette Banoczi January 21, 1922 – August 15, 2017 Jeannette Bernadette Boulay was born in Lowell Massachusetts and grew up as the 6th of 10…

Canino, Roxanna

Roxanna Canino On Sunday, August 6, 2017 Roxanna Canino lost her battle recovering from her bone marrow transplant at the City of Hope. She was…

Warren Wayne Ballard

June 29, 1935-Aug. 11, 2017

Wayne is survived by his wife of 61 years, Joyce, his 5 children, Vicki Silveri (Dewey), Pam Armstrong (Bill), John (Kim), Jerry and Larry. He is also survived by his 12 grandchildren, and 27 great-grandchildren.

He is fondly remembered by all for his fun-loving personality, sense of humor, kindness and generosity. He loved all kinds of game and friendly competition. His read more

Opposing feelings for Stockdale, North following scrimmage on Friday

Last season, Jalen Smith was asked to play quarterback late in the season with no warning.

It wasn’t easy.

That makes his performance in Stockdale’s scrimmage at home against North on Friday that much more impressive.

The first offensive play for the Mustangs a dart from Smith right into the hands of Hudson Sabel, who was running a seam route.

Watch again

?I got a lot more confidence, and I know read more

Sound Off: How do you replace the irreplaceable?

This feedback forum is designed to give readers a way to voice criticisms and compliments or ask questions about The Californian’s news coverage. Your questions — which may be edited for space — are answered here each Saturday by The Californian’s Robert Price.

Reader: I will miss Lois Henry and her tenacious fact-finding approach to community concerns. While read more

Sam Houston State beats CSUB women’s soccer in wild opener

Cal State Bakersfield’s women’s soccer season couldn’t have started more poorly: The Roadrunners gave up three goals to Sam Houston State in the first 10 minutes Friday in Edinburg, Texas.

Things went considerably better after that, but CSUB still came up short, losing 4-3 to the Bearkats in a wild season opener for both teams.

It was still 3-0 when the Runners roared back early read more

CSUB wrestling unveils challenging schedule

The 2017-18 wrestling schedule at Cal State Bakersfield includes home duals against teams from four power conferences and the Roadrunners’ first matchup with Fresno State since the Bulldogs restarted their wrestling program.

After the Blue-Gold Scrimmage on Oct. 21 at the Icardo Center, CSUB opens the regular season Nov 2 at Buffalo. That?s followed by duals against Edinboro and Bucknell, read more

THE DISH: Cuban, Greek food head downtown; Temblor preps for fall with fresh menu items

Downtown’s dining scene is definitely thriving but that doesn’t mean there’s not room to grow. September is likely to be hot, hot, hot — and it’s not just because of the popular Latination art exhibition for First Friday — with the arrival of Greek and Cuban fare.

Fans of Cuban sandwiches will have another option downtown than Mama Roomba?s when Rincon Cubano read more

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