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Kern County Sheriff’s Arrest Report: 08/29/2018 – 09/05/2018

By Kern Valley Sun / September 11, 2018

On 08/29/18, deputies arrested Jimmy Bond, age 54, at the intersection of Turner Ave. and Lake Isabella Blvd., Lake Isabella, for expired registration and no proof of insurance. On 08/31/18, deputies arrested Brandi Henn, age 27, in the 2500 block of Crestview Ave., Lake Isabella, for an active misdemeanor warrant and an active felony warrant. […]

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Kern Valley bows down to Royals

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Kern Valley’s varsity football team took a trip to the coast. Things would not go well as they were humbled by Mission Prep. The Broncs coming off a win at home over Silver Valley took the long bus ride to San Luis Obispo to take on the Mission Prep Royals […]

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AICITMA demos Native Combative Arts at Nuui Cuuni

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

Photos Courtesy Nuui Cunni Facebook Page New and seasoned warriors united during the final demonstration of Native American Combative Arts by Americas Indigenous Children In Many Arts (AICITMA) martial arts group (top left) on Friday, Aug. 31, where members and Sensei Benny “The Jet” Urquidez were presented with ceremonial shields (top right) that the children […]

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Kern Valley starts a new winning streak

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Instead of Friday Night Lights, it was Thursday Night Lights for the jayvee Broncs football squad. With Mission Prep coming to town, Kern Valley played on a rare Thursday night instead of the usual Friday night before the varsity. Being on the stage alone was a rare treat for the […]

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Lady Broncs get busy

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Lady Broncs jayvee volleyball team’s busy week came to an end as they participated in a tournament. They played a pair of home matches before going on the road for the tournament. Then they played four matches in the tournament. They would go 1-4-1 in those six matches. First […]

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KV kicks off season at home

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Kern Valley’s youth football teams, after a schedule change opened their season at home against the Panthers of Bakersfield. By all accounts, they would sweep their opponent winning all three games. The jayvee team crushed the Panthers 42-0. The sophomore squad picked up the 40-6 victory, while the freshmen team […]

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KVLTRG: Starting from the ground up

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

Photos submitted by Sheri Bryant / Kern Valley Long Term Recovery Group With the help of Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS), the Kern Valley Long Term Recovery Group has been hard at work helping survivors get closer to housing recovery after the Erskine Fire and have been able to start construction on two homes over the […]

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Health Insurance Matters: Medical Groups

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

Health Insurance Matters / Harry P. Thal Anyone who has ever sought my advice on selecting a plan to go along with their Medicare will quickly learn that I am not a great fan of the Medicare Advantage HMO plans. I am one of the top leading producers in enrollments, but that is because there […]

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Bodywisdom: You Are What You Eat

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

Bodywisdom / Nancy Ivey Would you like to fortify yourself against “sickness, old age and death”? The food we eat and the habits we live by are the crossroads where we choose our direction. In his book The China Study, nutritional scientist T. Colin Campbell presents the epidemiological evidence gained by examining the diets of […]

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