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Pushin’ Up Daisies: Grief Recovery Milestone IV

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

Tracy Renee Lee Weeks 9 through 26 Although recovery weeks 9 through 26 may seem as though they span over a year or longer, they only cover four months. At the end of week 26, a survivor will have been without the physical presence of their decedent for six months. In the grief recovery practice, […]

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Letter to the Editor

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

The Hoarding Public The coronavirus outbreak has panicked people into hoarding food, paper products and sanitizing compounds. Consumers across the country are conducting binge purchases of these products and most supermarkets are reporting bare shelves and difficulty in restocking these products. The binging activity is very un-American. There is no need for people to be […]

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Teachers take to the streets to support students

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

By Daniel Riley Special to the Sun Due to the COVID-19 school closures, there is an abundance of families with low income and students who normally rely on school lunches to get a full days worth of meals. Those families must now provide food for their students to make up for the lack of school […]

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Keepers of the Kern message to the community

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

Keepers of the Kern Barbara Hinkey Due to the situation regarding the spread of the Coronavirus, Keepers of the Kern will not be holding any meetings, gatherings or clean up events until at least April 30 in ANY areas in the valley. The safety and health of all our volunteers and the public is number […]

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Conner’s Corner: Suffering through the sports withdrawls

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

It has roughly been a month since the world of sports grounded to a halt. In that time there are many, like myself, who are experiencing symptoms of Sports Addiction Withdrawal (SAW). SAW has made the sports fan desperate to get the action they crave. They have even subjected themselves to watching marble racing, synchronized […]

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Kern County offers web-based yoga classes to reduce stress

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

By Debbie TeofiloSpecial to the Sun Nearly everyone is feeling overwhelmed and stressed by the major life disruptions and fears caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This takes a toll on our physical and mental wellbeing just when we need to be strong to keep the virus at bay. Help is on the way. Kern County’s […]

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What happened to all of the animals?

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

By Julie GiyerKern Valley Sun The animal shelter in South Lake was closed to the public on March 17. There were seven dogs and five cats. The dogs were either placed with foster homes or pulled by rescues. The cats were taken by animal control to a shelter in Bakersfield. All services throughout Kern County […]

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KVHD COVID-19 updates

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

Tim McGlewCEO KVHD In this extraordinary time, as the COVID-19 virus continues to spread throughout our county and across the nation, for Kern Valley Hospital there is nothing more important than the safety and well-being of our patients, workers and community. We are ready to face this challenge, and we will do it together, with […]

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Julie’s Reflections

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

Schools had to close their doors on Wednesday, March 18. The use of remote learning and education resources are being used to mitigate lost time in school. Many children rejoice the idea of being out of school, it’s like an extra-long spring break. Yet, this is a break spent quarantined to their homes without social […]

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CAPK Food Distribution information

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

CAPK Food Distribution in Lake Isabella will be continuing food distribution. Distribution will be by appointment only. For more information please contact Tony Moors through private message on Facebook or by phone at 760-220-8787.

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