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Broncs bounce back into summer hoops games

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Preparing for next season, the Broncs basketball team played a pair of summer games. Kern Valley made the trip to Fresno Christian High School to play the games. They would split the back-to-back games taking on the host school and Liberty-Madera. The format for these basketball games were two 20-minute […]

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Alvarez named MVP with All-Star Grand Slam

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The championship season continued for some of the Lady Broncs. Five players and the Kern Valley head coach went to Bakersfield to take part in the All-Star Softball games. On June 6, the Lady Broncs head coach, Brianna Moss along with her assistant coach Mike Moss led the Blue Team […]

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Conner’s Corner: Bowling makes me want to roll

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Conner’s Corner / Ray Conner When Mt. Mesa Lanes closed, it brought me a lot of heart ache. I had just recently got back into a sport that always captured my attention. For over a year I had to drive by the lanes and see it closed, wondering if it was ever going to see action […]

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Beginner’s guide to kayaking

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Press Release Metro creative.com Kayaking is a water sport that can be beneficial to the mind and body. Just about anyone willing to spend a day on the water can benefit from learning about kayaking and how to get started with this rewarding activity. The history of kayaking is interesting. The word ‘kayak’ means “hunter’s […]

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DSD dancers get Dance-imated

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Photos by Shannon Rapose / Kern Valley Sun Danica’s School of Dance held their annual recital on Saturday, June 9, where dancers of all ages got DANCE-imated on the stage of the Kern Valley High Fine Arts building. All songs were from well known animated features such as Trolls, How to Train a Dragon, Pagemaster, […]

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Family Day at the park

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Photos by Richard Peterson / Freelance Photographer Fun was had by all who attended the Family Day sponsored by Mountain View Baptist on Saturday, June 9, at Tank Park in Lake Isabella. There were food booths, bounce houses, face painting and other activities for kids and their families to enjoy.

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Reading is fundamental

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

By Elise Modrovich Special to the Sun Voters may recall Measure F, a funding measure for county libraries that received a simple majority 52 percent of the vote but needed the super majority of 66 percent to pass into effect. Well, some legislation passed recently that made it possible for a grass roots-driven initiative to […]

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KRLIBR presents check to Keepers of the Kern

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Photo submitted by Perry Newton On Monday, June 11, the Kern River Lake Isabella Board of Realtors presented a check for $1,400 to the Keepers of the Kern for their dedication to keeping the shores of our natural resources clean and enjoyable for all.

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The Reel Cinemaniac: TOP GUN SEQUEL

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

As a product of the decade known as the 1980s and all the design, music and film treasures that were created during said decade, I can say that my totally tubular taste is like radically eclectic. One 80s film that I watched ad nauseum was director Tony Scott’s Top Gun. I was so into Top […]

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KUSD takes a trip back in time

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2018

Photos by Alana Barraza / Special to the Sun On April 26, 4th graders from Woodrow Wallace Elementary stepped back in time when they visited the historic Santa Barbara Mission. They practiced their calligraphy with a quill and ink while they learned the history about the mission and how life was back when it was […]

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