Delano Now.com
Online news for Delano since 2008!








The latest Delano news! -- What the community wants NOW!









DELANO NOW -- What the community wants now!

DELANO'S ONLINE NEWS LEADER
Just another readership record reached at DelanoNow.com. We've hit more than 9,500 monthly visitors reading more than 23,500 pages detailing what's happening in Delano and surrounding communities.
We also reached a single day visit of 748 people.
And, of course, we have to thank our readers – YOU – for that.
Thanks again for the patronage!
So, keep up the good work by visiting us every day, if you can, and don't forget to tell your friends about us.
We hope to be making changes in the coming month to provide even more news to you. So please, bear with us, and send us any news that you are aware of. We'll post it with your name. And don't forget to include photographs.
Make sure to read our weekly columnists, who include Delano Police Chief Mark DeRosia, local pastor Brandon Evans and Gary Girard.
If you'd like to write your own DelanoNow.com column, contact us HERE!
YOUR NEWS IS OUR NEWS TOO!
Got a story for us, or maybe just an idea you'd like us to check into. Well, don't wait, email us HERE with your story or tip TODAY!
Eliminate the stress in your life!
Had enough stress in your life? Contact Adrianna Caceres and see what skin care and massage therapy services are right for you. Call her and you might be eligible for a free 10-minute aqua-massage by telling her that DelanoNow.com sent you.
We know it's awesome. Call her today at: (661) 725-6740 or on her cell at (661) 229-6466.
DON'T STORE IT, SELL IT NOW!
Sell two items for the price of one for limited time only – read more below
Want to sell your car, your horse, your junk? Well, DelanoNow.com is making it easy. Send us a photo, a brief description, contact information and a small fee, and we can get it online for our almost 7,000 monthly visitors to check out. Read more below!
We thank you for reading DelanoNow.com, making it the community's ONLINE NEWS leader!
If you know of any other events happening this week, email us. And if you have something you'd like to sell through our Classifieds, we are offering VERY LOW rates starting at $5. It's easy, just email us here and we'll get your item up immediately.
OUR ADVERTISERS/YOUR FRIENDS!
Please be good to our local advertisers. Without them, it would be impossible to bring you DelanoNow.com for free.
If you want to have your business profiled and sponsor next week's newsletter, email us here.
Great bargain advertising rates available!
FREE ANNOUNCEMENTS, SEND THEM NOW!
We accept FREE Obituaries/Memoriams as well as Celebrations and Dedications. Each item should also include a photograph, as well as your contact information. Just email us here and we'll post it on our site for FREE.
For additional information on community items, click onto DelanoNow.com
YOU WANT DELANO NOW PHOTOS?
If you think our photographer, Maria Ahumada-Garaygordobil, captured you or someone you know at a local community or sporting event, email us here or just give her a call at 586-4469.
TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT US!
Please forward this email newsletter to family and friends who care about what's happening in Delano!

Thanks again,

Gene Garaygordobil
DelanoNow.com Editor


Kern County officials release IDs on two killed southwest of Delano

Kern County Coroner's officials released the name of two people who died over the weekend near Lost Hills southwest of Delano. READ MORE HERE






Job opportunities only from the Delano Career Services Center!

Hello DelanoNow.com readers. We are offering weekly job opportunities that we feel best fit our more than 9,500 monthly visitors.
So, here you go: READ MORE HERE


Delano's Rudolfo "Rudy" Rivera passed away, services on Friday

Rudolfo "Rudy" Rivera was born in Fabens, Texas on Feb. 28, 1931. He passed away on Sept. 19, 2011 in Visalia at the age of 80. READ MORE HERE






Delano JV Stallions keep the streak, drop Tulare Indians 28-6

The Delano Junior Varsity Stallions kept their 2011 winning streak alive, scoring their fifth consecutive victory, and more importantly 2-0 in Sequoia Youth League play. READ MORE HERE


Deputies arrest Delano man and woman, seize 15 pounds of pot

Kern County Sheriff's deputies from the Delano substation arrested two residents after finding more than 15 pounds of processed marijuana in their mobile home early Sunday morning. READ MORE HERE








Delano High beats Tulare Western Saturday after lightning storm

The game between East Yosemite League rivals Delano High and Tulare Western actually began Friday night.
But multiple lightning strikes, finally prompting game officials to postpone the game, just seconds after Delano's kicker, Eleasar Robles, connected on a 40-yard field goal with 8 minutes left in the first quarter. READ MORE HERE


UPDATED: Delano man killed in Saturday morning home-invasion robbery

Authorities have released additional information regarding the Delano man killed during a home-invasion robbery early Saturday morning including the victim's age and where his body was found. READ MORE HERE










2011 DelanoNow football players: Week #2 for CCHS, DHS and RFK

DelanoNow.com is teaming with SPD Printing & Accurate Signs in Delano to present the 2011 Players of the Week series, which will last throughout the high school football regular season.
These are the players of the week from Sept. 16. READ MORE HERE


Cesar Chavez plays Granite Hills tight early, but lose 46-14

The Cesar Chavez High Titans played the Granite Hills Grizzlies tough for the first quarter in this East Yosemite League contest. READ MORE HERE










Christian Commentary By Brandon Evans for Sept. 24

The Teenagers Guide to Getting Respect
Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12
For you teenagers who don't think the adults in your life treat you with the respect that you deserve, this column is for you. READ MORE HERE


Delano's junior varsity defense stellar, beat Tulare Western 20-13

Delano High's junior varsity defense made key plays throughout their home opener on Friday night.
But the biggest hit came with just over a minute left in their game against the Tulare Western Mustangs, who had it fourth down and seven yards to go near midfield. READ MORE HERE






Gary Girard's Delano Ramblings for Sept. 15

Because I am helping to chaperone and chauffeur Delano High cheerleaders, I attend most of the athletic contests at Delano High. Thus, most coaches are relieved of the task of reporting about those events. READ MORE HERE


RFK volleyball Lady Thunderbirds do well in loss to Delano Lady Tigers

Robert F. Kennedy High's Lady Thunderbirds volleyball teams were competitive at all levels on Wednesday night against the Delano High Lady Tigers. READ MORE HERE






Delano man arrested in Richgrove farm theft early Friday morning

Tulare County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Delano man early Friday morning for stealing packing material from a Richgrove farm. READ MORE HERE


Need a Web site for your business or organization? We can build it!

Are you looking for someone to build your businesses Web site? Well, look no further, because DelanoNow.com can build your Web site, and then advertise it for our nearly 7,000 readers to visit.
We can link your Web site, and can actually maintain your Web site for a very reasonable cost.
For more information, please EMAIL US HERE or call (661) 586-4469.




Sell your STUFF or advertise your YARD SALE NOW!

Sell two items for the price of one. That's right TWO separate listings on DelanoNow.com NEW CLASSIFIEDS to sell stuff you don't use anymore or advertise your upcoming yard sale!
Cost starts at $5 an item per week, including a photo! Got a lot to sell, monthly costs $15 per item.
For a limited time only sell TWO items for $5 for a week or $15 for the month.
If you sell one item during that month, replace it with another item for that same month. And if you give us a specific address for your YARD SALE, we'll include a free map!
Who else will give you THAT deal! Just DelanoNow.com!
Reach our 9,500 visitors every month. CLICK HERE for more details!


Advertise YOUR BUSINESS here!

Buy THREE months of advertising right now, and get ONE month FREE!
Greetings DelanoNow.com readers and potential advertisers. If you would like to reach our 9,500 Web-savvy consumers each month, then it is time to email us here or give us a call at 661-586-4469 to get your advertising message on DelanoNow.com
We have packages starting as low as $50, and if you buy multiple months, you can get a month free.
We also just started using digital video this week, so you can deliver your message via this new format. Get in touch with us today!
Don't wait!

Thanks,

Gene Garaygordobil
Editor
DelanoNow.com

CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD this form!

DelanoNow.com's reach on the Web
Your business can reach more than 7,000 monthly visitors to our community news Web site focusing on Delano people, issues and events. Visits climb every month. We average 18,500 stories read each month.
Your business could also be featured on our Facebook.com FAN page, which currently has more than 1,200 fans, and gets thousands of visits per month. We post INSTANT updates about stories and businesses on the page – sent directly to our fans, several times each day.
Your business would also be promoted in our weekly newsletters sent directly to our more than 265 subscribers, many of whom then forward the newsletter to family and friends.
Rates are affordable
Rates begin at $50 a month for a business card advertisement on the Web site.
For $100 a month, you could receive a flash advertisement on the Web site or a link to your Web site or list of services. Also receive instant advertising on Facebook.com Fan page.
For $150 a month, you would receive one flash advertisement on the Web site, a link to your Web site or list of services, and sponsorship in the weekly newsletter that month. Also receive weekly instant advertising on Facebook.com Fan page.
For $250 a month, you would receive two flash advertisements on the Web site, a link to your Web site or list of services, sponsorship and or mention/business card in newsletter on every newsletter sent that month (which could range from 4 to 10). Again, those newsletters go directly to our subscriber's email in-boxes. And for the first month, we would write a profile story on you and your business, that would stay on the Web site's home page for at least a month. Would also receive several instant advertising updates weekly on Facebook.com Fan page. Other services could also be included as they become available.
- We also offer a free CLASSIFIED ADs with your paid advertisement agreement.
- We also offer DIGITAL VIDEO options as well.
Custom packages are also available, if you would like some of the options, but not others.
Sign up and pay for six months, get two months free. Sign up and pay for a year, and get four months free.
CALL US at (661) 586-4469 or email us at: geneg@delanonow.com.












These great businesses help keep DelanoNow.com free!

Thanks again for reading our newsletter.
Here is the space where we thank our wonderful advertisers who continue to keep DelanoNow.com free!
Without them, we wouldn't reach more than 9,500 visitors a month, reading more than 23,500 pages of DelanoNow.coms stories monthly.
And that number continues to grow each and every week.
Got printing needs? Well, how about using our latest advertiser and partner with DelanoNow's Players of the Week: SPD Printing and Accurate sings. They will provide a way to meet your needs.
Got Stress? Eliminate it with Adrianna Caceres' Skin Care and Massage Therapy
We also thank Pest X Termite and Pest Control of Bakersfield. It's that time to get your home sprayed before winter officially sets in. Call Jim or Anna at Pest X 661-399-9214, to arrange your free inspection. Or, go to their Web site: and fill out your information and simply submit it. Either way, you'll get great service. I know, because that's who DelanoNow.com uses for all its pest-control needs.
And, finally for ALL your photography needs, whether it's Little League, high school football, volleyball, tennis, golf or whatever is in season, call DelanoNow.com Photos today at 586-6007!
Bargain rates and awesome professional quality! Plus, she also shoots weddings, quinceaneras, parties and events of all kinds, and she also senior and family portraits, and will take care of any business needs. She has more than 15 years experience! You see all her wonderful photos on this Web site!


Daures Stephens, deputy/business owner, runs for 1st District Supervisor

STEPHENS FOR SUPERVISOR 2012

Contact: Anne Stephens, (760) 417-1559

Daures Stephens, who is a senior deputy sheriff and a private business operator, announced his official intent to run for Kern County 1st District Supervisor.
Stephens is the "hometown" candidate who was raised in Ridgecrest. Stephens believes a thriving private business sector equals a strong national defense. Stephens also believes there is a lot that can be done to make government more efficient and wants to work with job creators to enhance the private sector work force.
Stephens strongly believes that a county supervisor should also act as the "voice of the people" to enhance communication to higher levels of government.
After working for the Kern County Sheriff's Office for 25 years, Stephens understands that public safety is very important. Stephens will apply his knowledge in this area to enhance the lives of the citizens of Kern County.
Stephens moved to the Indian Wells Valley in 1973 at the age of 10. He attended Las Flores Grade School, Murray Jr. High School and graduated from Burroughs High School in 1981. He has been a resident of the 1st District for 34 years.
After graduating from Burroughs High School, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and was stationed at Camp Pendleton. In 1986, Stephens was recognized as his unit's Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year. He was honorably discharged in 1986, and during the same year, Stephens was hired by the Kern County Sheriff's Office.
During his 25-year career with the Kern County Sheriff's Office, Stephens has been assigned to both the Ridgecrest and Kernville Substations. While working at the Ridgecrest Substation, Stephens received the Deputy of the Year Award and was also recognized as Deputy of the Year by VFW Ship 4084. Stephens was also given the Award of Valor, by Sheriff Carl Sparks.
While assigned at the Kernville Substation, he was once again recognized as Deputy of the Year by the American Legion.
Daures is married to Lisa Lefebvre-Stephens, who was born and raised in Ridgecrest. Stephens assists his wife with their private business in Lake Isabella.
For more information, go to www.stephensforsupervisor.com.