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  • Bell-Jeff boys' basketball marches on to CIF quarterfinals

    Posed with an earlier start Friday or playing on Saturday, second-seeded Bellarmine-Jefferson High's boys' basketball team chose the former in its CIF Southern Section Division V-A second-round game at Mesa Grande Academy.
  • Peter Adams: Between the sun and the darkness

    Peter Adams: Between the sun and the darkness
    Artist Peter Adams likes a challenge. He has passions and procedures that make his paintings significantly more difficult than they might otherwise be. Known for his landscapes, Adams often likes to paint in nature, trying to capture a piece of the...

    Op-Ed: No challenge too great or obstacle too high

    César Chávez believed that power resides not in the few, but in the many. With shared sacrifice and effort, no challenge is too great and no obstacle too high. He taught a generation of Latinos and other Americans that each of us had the skills and...

    Bullet-train planners face huge engineering challenge

    Bullet-train planners face huge engineering challenge
    Civil War veteran William Hood arrived at the mosquito-infested swamps near Bakersfield in 1874 to build a rail line that would soar through the Tehachapi Mountains, linking the Bay Area and Southern California for the first time. Hood, Southern...

    Home opener on tap

    Home opener on tap
    If the Burroughs High boys' tennis team hopes to have another fine playoff run in the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs, it will have to accomplish that feat without two key players. The Indians, who open the postseason at 3 p.m. Wednesday with a...