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Bonds may fund hospital remodel

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun For many months, the Kern Valley Healthcare District (KVHD) has been meeting with members of the community to listen to concerns and preferences regarding the state-mandated seismic remodel of the Kern Valley Hospital. Many of those comments have been incorporated into a scaled-down facility master plan, and alternate […]

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Writing Out Loud: Fragile – Handle with Care

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By George Stahl Today, in 2018, you can buy just about anything you could possibly want on the internet. Not just that, but you can have any number of those items shipped right to your doorstep, usually for a small fee, but in some cases, they can even be delivered for free. Wonderful! Think back […]

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Letters to the Editor (Pub. June 13, 2018)

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Thanks from the Keepers Dear Editor, Keepers of the Kern would like to give KUDOS to the Kern County Parks & Rec. crew who care for Riverside Park in Kernville. Also, a very big thank you to Supervisor Mick Gleason for his support in having extra trash cans and trash bins, it makes a huge […]

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President’s Message: Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Marsha Smith We would like to welcome our new Office and Events Coordinator Anna Kopperman. She is excited to get started and to meet all of you soon at the next General Meeting. I hope to see you all at today’s general meeting. Our speaker is Michael Dillenbeck from Kern County Public Works. He […]

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KUSD introduces new principal

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Elise Modrovich Special to the Sun The Kernville Union School District held their monthly meeting on June 5 to discuss issues ongoing in the current school year. After reviewing the consistently disappointing ADA numbers, Superintendent Robin Shive noted, “Attendance is up slightly, but we really do need to work on a system to address […]

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Vicki Lynn Bauer

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Vicki Lynn Bauer was born on November 4, 1951, in Dayton, OH, to Donald D. Bailey and Betty J. Smith. She passed away on the evening of June 6, 2018. She was surrounded by her family and friends in her last days. Vicki moved to California at the age of 7 and returned to Ohio […]

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Cal (Montana) Jackson

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Cal, a.k.a. Montana, Jackson, born April 30, 1947, passed on March 20, 2018. There will be a Celebration of Life in Riverside Park in Kernville, Calif., on June 23 at 2 p.m.

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Pushin’ Up Daisies: How Do I Love Thee

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Tracy Renee Lee Wow, have you ever had one of those weeks where it starts in a crazy rush and before you know it, what seemed out of control on Monday, turns out to have actually been the calmest part of the week? That has been my week. As I woke up on Monday, […]

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Hospital celebrates its 50th anniversary

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Fifty years ago in May 1968, the Kern Valley Hospital opened its doors in Mountain Mesa to begin serving a grateful community with what was called at the ribbon-cutting ceremony a “long-awaited and desperately needed facility.” To celebrate this important 50th anniversary, members of the community and current […]

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South Fork students learn local trade skills

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Photos submitted by Summer Campbell On Friday, May 25, Kelso Creek Maintenance owners Michael Jones and Kenneth Hutchison hosted South Fork Middle School’s sixth grade career exploration class. This local grass roots company shared with students the various different career opportunities in the field of home maintenance. Students learned about a variety of different trades […]

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