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This Week in Trivia

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By: Ray Connor Kern Valley Sun Trivia questions are getting tougher. This past week there were three questions that were posed. One from Basketball, one from baseball, and one from the pages of the Kern Valley Sun. Once again this writer took a stab at answering the baseball question, but committed another error as he […]

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Camping during Memorial Day Weekend

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Julie Giyer Kern Valley Sun Everyone is wondering if campsites will be open on Memorial Day Weekend. Since people like to camp and spend the weekend out on the lake, Sequoia National Forest, Kern River Ranger District took into deliberation the actions they will take during this time. On Saturday, May 16, Sequoia National […]

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Victims of last weeks HWY 178 crash

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Daniel RileyKern Valley Sun The Kern County Coroner’s Office has released the identification of the three victims in the fatal traffic accident Monday, May 11th on State Route 178 in Lake Isabella. Elissa Renee Pappas, 34, was the driver of a vehicle that collided with another car that was occupied by Henry Milton Liebel, […]

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Conor’s Corner

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

This past Friday I had the chance to play golf. It was a great experience because all four players had the last name of Conner. I traveled to Bakersfield on Friday to meet my son, Cavan, and my two grandsons Kaden and Zayn. The first remark I heard from my oldest grandson mak-ing the comment, […]

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Kern County Medical Community Pleads to Governor Newsom

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

Press ReleaseKern County Administration Office Dear Governor Newsom, The Chief Executive Officers and Chief Medical Officers of Kern County’s ten (10) acute care hospitals want to express our appreciation for your leadership and proactive approach to protecting the public health of California and Kern County residents. The stay at home order established in March was […]

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Letters to the Editor

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

On behalf of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), I’d like to thank all those who work in nursing facilities — doctors, nurses, food preparers, housekeepers, and others — for their unwavering dedication to compassionately caring for the vulnerable residents who are relying on them during the COVID-19 pandemic. These facilities have been […]

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Dear Corona: A letter from KVHS Seniors

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Mariah Maxwell KVHS Senior Dear Corona, For us there is no do-over. There is no second shot. There is no next Year. This was the year that we had all been waiting for. It’s supposed to be the year full of milestones, full of good times and full of bittersweet lasts. It was supposed […]

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Senate Republican Leader Grove Responds to Gov. Newsom’s Modifications to Stay-At-Home Order

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

PRESS RELEASE Senator Shannon Grove SACRAMENTO – Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) issued the following statement after Governor Newsom announced new modifications to the Stay-At-Home order to accelerate reopening: “Over the last several weeks, I have worked with local leaders and submitted numerous requests to the Governor to make critical modifications to the Stay-At-Home […]

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Writing Out Loud: Who’s Normal is it Anyway?

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By: George Stahl Special to the Sun It seems impossible to think that we will not be returning to the world we knew before COVID-19. But a similar thing happened to us before. Maybe not to you or to your children, but it happened to your parents and to your grandparents. No matter where they […]

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