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Letters to the Editor (pub. 1/1/18)

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 10, 2018

Nowhere to Go My sister and I were both living on Paintbrush Ct. Unfortunately, my sister passed on July 6, 2017, 3 weeks after she received her home from Kern County, as our home burned to the ground in the Erskine Fire. I was devastated. Two days later, I got very sick and was traumahawked […]

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Historical Society hosts Camp Owen

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 10, 2018

Press Release Historical Society Camp Owen is an honor and work camp and it holds true to that tradition today, as staff and allied agencies provide services which promote discipline, a strong work ethic and individual responsibility. All youth are committed by Superior Court for treatment purposes. All programming is geared to provide youth with […]

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Keverline receives FFA grant

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 10, 2018

Press Release Kern Valley FFA A $1,000 SAE grant has been awarded to Anne Keverline of Lake Isabella, Calif., by the Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation, Inc. The SAE grant is designed to help FFA members create and enhance their supervised agricultural experience (SAE), a requirement that all FFA members must complete. An […]

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Mammoth marketing guru comes to town

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 10, 2018

  Photo by Shannon Rapose / Kern Valley Sun On Jan. 4, marketing guru Christie Osborne, former Director of Interactive Marketing for Mammoth Lakes and current Editor and Publisher at Mountainside Bride, conducted the first workshop in a series that focuses on helping small business owners in the Kern River Valley market themselves more effectively […]

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Health Insurance Matters: Self Introduction

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 9, 2018

HEALTH INSURANCE MATTERS / Harry P. Thal It was sometime back in 2004 when I was unloading my (oversized) post office box that I met Dolly Ogawa. As my box, really a drawer, was full of mail, Dolly introduced herself and inquired what I did to warrant such a large mail receptacle. I responded that […]

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Education Corner: Moving Forward

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 9, 2018

EDUCATION CORNER / Submitted by Kim Kissack-Villani, Superintendent South Fork Union School District On December 5, 2017 the California Department of Education released data on Chronic Absenteeism for the first time. This data includes state, district and school wide chronic absenteeism rates including which student subgroups have the highest chronic absenteeism rates. According to the California […]

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KV 4-H visits Skyview Dairy

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 9, 2018

Photos by Jocelyn Newfield / Special to the Sun On Wednesday, Jan. 3, members of Kern Valley 4-H participated in a field trip to Skyview Dairy in Shafter where they learned all about the milking process and got a taste of what it takes to run a dairy farm. Rebecca McClean, a 4-H leader for […]

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The Reel Cinemaniac: Vote Johnson-Hanks 2020

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 9, 2018

Alright, friends and neighbors, I would have filed this next bit of news under make-believe if we hadn’t previously had a President who was a Hollywood actor and another President who was a Reality television show host. Now, back in May 2017, Dwayne Johnson hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live. He used his opening […]

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