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Massage businesses face scrutiny, fees

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

  By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun The Kern County Board of Supervisors approved a new County Ordinance last week that will impose tough new regulations on the operators of massage establishments, including the requirement to obtain a business permit and pay a hefty fee for that permit. The new ordinance adopted by the […]

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Monument status unconfirmed

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

  By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke completed his review of 27 national monuments that included our own Giant Sequoia National Monument last Thursday, August 24. His report recommended that none of the monuments, which he considered “unique,” be rescinded, but it remains unclear which, if any, will undergo […]

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Writing Out Loud: A Joint Degree

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

Have you been wondering what you are going to do with the rest of your life? Maybe you’ve been contemplating going to a two year college to get your Associates degree, or the idea of a four year college fits your plans better. A higher education is definitely something to be desired and strived for. […]

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Septic system changes

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun Some changes have been made by Kern County Environmental Health Department regarding the installation, repair and replacement of septic systems; but unless you are a general contractor or engineer, you might not notice that anything is different. The primary change is with the initial review for the installation […]

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Around the World

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

  By Jim Warner Special to the Sun Louis Cole and Juan-Peter Schulze took off at 6:51 a.m. on August 21 from Kern Valley Airport. Louis and Juan-Peter (JP) are on the first legs of an ’81 days Around the World Flight’ in their custom Cessna 210. The Cessna 210 is retrofitted with extra fuel […]

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Event banner repair

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

  By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun If you’ve gone through Kernville recently, you may have noticed that there have been no banners hanging up. According to Lamont Mason of the Kernville Chamber of Commerce, the wires to hang the banner have not been functional since Whiskey Flat Days this year. When the town tried […]

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Mildred H. Sharpe

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

  Mildred H. Sharpe of Kernville, Calif., passed on August 28. She was preceded in death by her son, Randall Forsythe. She is survived by her daughters, Carol Painter and Debbie Sanchez; her son in law, Danny Sanchez; her brother, Jack Gordon; and multiple grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and a great-great-grandchild. She was a wonderful artist and […]

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Orby ‘Skip’ Francis Knutson, III

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

    Skip was the oldest of five sons born to Orby Francis Knutson, Jr. and Anastasia Victoria DeZoma in Waukegan, Ill., on September 8, 1947. He passed away at his home in South Lake on August 16, 2017. Skip was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1967, not quite 20 years of age. He […]

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Bruce Poulsen

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

  Bruce Poulsen, 57 years of age, passed away in his Wofford Heights home Thursday, July 6, 2017, from an unfortunate heart attack. Born in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minn., to the late Joan (Councilman) Poulsen on Sept 1, 1959, raised in North Hollywood, Los Angeles County. Bruce was a hard working electrician the majority of […]

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Arthur Charles Tibbetts III

By Kern Valley Sun / August 30, 2017

  Arthur Charles Tibbetts III, age 69, passed away August 15, 2017. Arthur, “Art,” was born in Eau Claire, Wis., to Arthur Tibbetts II and Roberta Graham. Art has been a resident of the Lake Isabella area of Kern County since 1976. Art was honorably discharged from serving his country in the United States Navy, […]

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