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Wasco's aging water wells need upgrade; Problem was years in the making

The city has been going in "the wrong direction" for the last 13 years in fixing its crumbling water infrastructure, and it will have to spend millions – likely $30 million plus -- to fix it, City...

 
 By Michael Schroeder    News    May 7, 2020

Reserve season delayed

The Pecos League has delayed its season until July 1, according to Wasco Reserve manager Bill Moore. That means the Reserve professional baseball team won't be returning to the Wasco Recreational Ballpark in Wasco at least until then -- and maybe...

 

Reserves still dreaming of victory

The Wasco Reserves are looking to end a long losing streak over the next week. That string goes back to July 8 when the team beat the cellar-dwelling California Whiptails, 5-3, just prior to the...

 

Sure it wasn't football?

Despite scoring three runs in each of the last four innings, the Wasco Reserves were unable to outblast the High Desert Yardboards in an 18-13 marathon Sunday afternoon -- and stretching into the even...

 

Reserves win against Whiptails, 11-9

Offense was the name of the game Friday night as the Wasco Reserves came out strong and then held on to beat the California City Whiptails, 11-9, at the Ballpark. It was a comback from another high-scoring game on Wasco Tribune Night Thursday, where...

 

Reserves 'going to get better'

Despite a tough early season, the Wasco Reserves are hoping to turn things around in their inaugural season. "We're going to get better. I promise you, we will get better," Coach Bill Moore said after...

 

Reserves make it 4 for 5

A four-run third inning brought it home for the Reserves Tuesday night at the Ballpark, making it four-for-five for the locals The 5-2 win makes them 7-12 so far for the season. Tyler Dupree;s single...

 

Reserves lose home opener, 5-3

In the city's first major league baseball game in history, the Bakersfield Train Robbers beat the Wasco Reserves in their opening home game Saturday at the Ballpark, 5-3. Despite leading off with two...

 

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