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Cooking comes to library

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

Press Release KRV Branch Library The Kern River Valley Branch Library, 7054 Lake Isabella Blvd. in Lake Isabella, is happy to host Live Better, Feel Better, a diabetic workshop presented by dietician Jeri Horenstein of Simply Jeri. Jeri, a Kern Valley resident, has over nineteen years of dietician experience and knowledge concerning the diabetic life: […]

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Broncs have experience to start

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

  By Ray Conner Sports Editor Coming off a year with so much hope, that never materialized, the varsity Broncs football squad hopes to get back on track as they compete for the High Desert League title. Third-year head coach, Brandon Deckard is back holding the Broncs reins with assistants Brent Mixon, Scott Tedrow, Aaron […]

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New coach hopes to breed success

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Coming off a year with only one match victory, the Lady Broncs varsity volleyball team is set to take the court and improve upon that mark. The team will be led by head coach Sabine Mixon in her first year at the helm. Mixon has a total of 12 years […]

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Young JV team ready for battle

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

    By Ray Conner Sports Editor In what appears to be a trend, the Kern Valley jayvee footbal team will be under the direction of Frank Woody. Woody who had head coaching stints before at Kern Valley stepped in for Jimmy Thompson who packed it in after a long and successful coaching campaign at […]

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Three teams can still be champs

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The top spot in the Kern Valley Co-ed Softball League remains undecided as the regular season continues to wind down. There are quite a few scenarios that can play out with three teams being part of all of them. The simple solution is the Mixed Nuts control their own destiny. […]

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Kern Valley gets ready to serve up opponents

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

  By Ray Conner Sports Editor In another first the jayvee volleyball squad has a new head coach. Nathan Schultz will take over for Sabine Mixon who moved up to varsity. He will get assistance from Heather Mullen to coach his 12 players. Four of the 12 players are returners for Kern Valley. They include […]

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Rubber Ducky Races Celebrate 30th Anniversary

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

  By Marsha Smith Kern Valley Sun The roar of the river and a lot of quacking will be heard in Riverside Park this Saturday, Aug. 26, as the Kern Valley Exchange Club presents the 30th annual Rubber Ducky Races. Head quack, coach and trainer Ron Smith says, “Every single one of the 1,000 little […]

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Fishing With Noble: Great Fishing in the High Country

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

By Noble Smith This past week, my son-in-law Jessie and grandson J.J. went camping at the lower Peppermint Camp ground. I joined them for a day of fishing. It had been a couple of years since I had fished the Peppermint Creek area. I had almost forgotten how nice it is up in this area. […]

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Reel Reviews: The Emoji Movie

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

  By Josh Simpkins In 2016, DreamWorks Animations and 20th Century Fox released an Animated Adventure-Comedy by the name of Trolls—based on the ‘90s pop culture Troll doll fad. I refused to see or review a film based upon those insipid and silly little, hairy dolls. Thanks to Netflix and my granddaughter, I had to […]

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Rest In Peace Jerry Lewis

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

  By Marsha Smith Kern Valley Sun ‘Tis a sad day indeed. The King of Comedy has perished. That is correct, friends and neighbors, the world has gotten decidedly less funny with the passing of an all-time comedy legend. Manic, rubber-faced showman with a heart of solid gold, Jerry Lewis, one of the defining figures […]

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