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Kern Valley falls to Boron

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The jayvee Broncs had a tough go of it when they made the trip to Boron. The Bobcats clawed their way to the 12-2 victory. Kern Valley was limited to a pair of hits and two walks. One batter reached on an error to give them five total base runners […]

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Lady Broncs crush Trona

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Kern Valley jayvee softball team clobbered Trona in a non-league contest. Playing at home on March 16 the Lady Broncs collected 18 hits including a pair of home runs. After falling behind Kern Valley bounced back and never trailed the rest of the game as they won 26-10. Trona […]

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Wallace 5K Color Run

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

Photos by Richard Peterson / Kern Valley Sun Freelance Photographer PRESS RELEASE Woodrow Wallace Middle School On your mark, get set, go! They’re off – 281 Wallace Middle School fourth annual 5K Color Run participants walked or ran along Erskine Creek Road to the finish line. Middle school children who typically don’t run, ran today. […]

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Mt. Mesa Lanes Tournament

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Mt. Mesa Lanes hosted a bowling tournament on Saturday. Eight teams were in competition in hopes of landing in one of the three top spots to earn a prize. Six teams made the trip up the canyon from Bakersfield and two local squads made up the 40 bowlers. The tournament […]

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The ranch, the market, the legend

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

By George Stahl Special to the Sun For 55 years an event has been taking place on the Kissack Ranch in Mt. Mesa that is nothing short of a miracle. Over those years, thousands of thousands of children have been witness to this happening, and to them, it has even been magical. Some of them […]

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KUSD wins big at regional science fair

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

Photo submitted by Brian Polston Woodrow Wallace Elementary School students (pictured left to right) fifth grader Ellie Allen, fifth grader Aspen Hacker, fifth Kate Biglay, fourth grader Owinn Liske, fourth grader Wyatt Blagg and third grader from Kernville Elementary Ella Mauer (not pictured) participated in the Kern County Regional Science Fair on March 13. Blagg […]

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KV FFA talks their way to the top

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

Photo submitted by Katie Olivares On March 16, Kern Valley FFA Ag-vocates (pictured left to right) Lydon Olivares and Tyler Hand competed in the FFA Regional Speaking Competitions after medaling in Sectionals. Olivares, who is a tenth grader at Kern Valley High and is KV FFA’s Sentinel, took third in the regional Impromptu Category after […]

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Club News (Pub. 03/28/2018)

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

Club News is offered as a public service to the many non-profit clubs and groups in the Kern River Valley. Club News runs in the Sun on the last week of every month. To ensure your information appears correctly and in a timely manner, please submit by mail, fax, or email by Thursday at 4:00 […]

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29th Annual Isabella Lake Fishing Derby

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

Clockwise from top right: The First Place winners of the 29th Annual Isabella Lake Fishing Derby, Thai See, of Visalia, caught a whopping 29 and 1/4 inch trout at Camp 9 using Green Power Bait; David Sanchez got up at 5:45 a.m. on Sunday morning to catch his very first trout; Derby Committee Chair Fred […]

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Memorial for Pearl Harbor hero

By Kern Valley Sun / March 27, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Kern River Valley resident Bob Cunningham enjoyed every minute of his “rock star” status after being discovered in October 2017 as the last known Pearl Harbor survivor in Kern County. When he passed away on Thursday, March 22, at age 95, he left behind an uncountable number of […]

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