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Utilities running scared?

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

By Grace Harrison Kern Valley Sun In 2018, Southern California Edison (SCE) presented to the public the Public Safety Power Shutoff program (PSPS). In this operational practice, power is preemptively shut off in high fire risk areas during extreme and potentially dangerous fire weather conditions. Now, in 2019, local and public scrutiny has raised important […]

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Book of Golden Deeds

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun The word is out! Rod and Vicki Middleworth have been selected as recipients of the 2019 Book of Golden Deeds by the Kern Valley Exchange Club for their 27 years of leadership at the Kern River Valley Historical Society. They will receive the coveted award at a dinner […]

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KUSD honors bus driver, students

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

By Grace Harrison Kern Valley Sun On Tuesday, May 14, the Kernville Union School District (KUSD) held their regular board meeting of the board of trustees. This month, the meeting took place at Kernville Elementary. The meeting began with recognition of three students and one school employee. Students Deacon Crockett, Trevor Stanton and Michaela Masengale […]

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Kern Valley’s FCCLA State Officers

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

PRESS RELEASE FCCLA “Believe in Yourself” was this year’s theme for Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). Two Kern Valley High juniors did more than believe and took action to be leaders. Both were inspired to run for chapter, region and state offices. They demonstrated their leadership and public speaking skills at the […]

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Road, campground & trail update

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

PRESS RELEASE USFS This winter spread an amazing amount of snow on the Sequoia National Forest. Across the forest, snow is deeper and wetter; and eager campers are wondering when their favorite campgrounds and roads will open for public use. Visitors should expect wetter-than-average recreation sites, to include roads and trails across much of the […]

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KCSO warns of phone scams

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

PRESS RELEASE KCSO The Kern County Sheriff’s Office has become aware of a recent phone scam in which someone is claiming to be a deputy tells the caller they didn’t show up for jury duty, and that there is a warrant for their arrest. This is a scam, and the Sheriff’s Office does not contact […]

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Relationship communication workshop

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

PRESS RELEASE Therapy Trek Therapy Trek, a professional therapy center in Mount Mesa serving the Kern River Valley, is reminding local residents of an upcoming dinner workshop on relationship communications, held May 23, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Kernville Cowork, located at 21 Sierra Dr., Kernville, CA. The workshop, “How To Improve Relationships Through The Power of […]

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Writing Out Loud: OBJECTS IN THE MIRROR

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

By George Stahl What is the cutest, cuddliest animal you can think of right now? Your dog, cat and child don’t count. Let me help you out. When you see a bear, in a picture, do you say how cute and how much fun would it be to cuddle with that guy? Well, unless you […]

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Beyond the Valley: North Carolina’s Outer Banks

By Kern Valley Sun / May 22, 2019

“North Carolina, why do you want to go there?” was a response we got from friends when we shared the destination for our spring get away. Our response was, “Because we want to see it. Why not?” It was a state we had not visited, and the information I had gathered on the Outer Banks […]

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