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Attempted child abductions in Bakersfield

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

Press Release KCSO Over the past two weeks, at least four suspicious events have taken place in the unincorporated Bakersfield area in which numerous children were encouraged to get into an unknown subject’s vehicle or a subject attempted to abduct the child. Two of the incidents occurred in Oildale and two occurred in East Bakersfield. […]

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Jenetta W. Gulk

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

  Jenetta W. Gulk from Kernville, Calif. died on June 11, 2017, in Bakersfield, Calif. She was born in Grahm, Texas on January 17, 1936. She resided in Kernville, Calif., for 30 years. She completed high school and two years of college, which led to a career in accounting. Ultimately she held supervisory positions and […]

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Pushin’ Up Daisies: Cherished Memories

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

By Tracy Lee As I was preparing to leave my office at the close of a busy day, my phone rang. A gentleman asked if he could speak with me about the recent loss of his dear wife. His anguish was heartbreaking, and as he recounted his experience and emotions to me, I was impressed […]

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South Fork monthly board meeting

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun On Thursday, June 8, the South Fork Union School District board of trustees held their monthly regularly scheduled board meeting. The meeting began with a closed session at 5:30 p.m. to discuss an interdistrict transfer. The school then had scheduled the open session meeting to begin at 6 p.m. […]

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Skate park rakes in big bucks

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

  By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun On Saturday, June 10, the George and Darlene Randall Skate Park Foundation held a skate competition fundraiser at Mt. Mesa Park with the help of Joe’s House, SoCal Sk8 and Surf and several generous local donors. Skateboarding pioneer and former Bones Brigade member Steve Steadham was at the […]

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Rossback graduates with help from ‘Turbo Aunt’

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

By Pattie McGarvey Special to the Sun Unplanned, never had a consideration, and certainly was not expected to attend college after high school, Daniel Rossback graduated from Kern Valley High School in Lake Isabella in May of 2012. He completed 12 years of schooling, never taking an Advanced Placement (AP) class, and he finished high […]

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Brummer rocks it

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun Valley Fitness began a unique kind of scavenger hunt last week by hiding a rock in the valley with their name engraved on it and encouraging residents to search for it based on clues. The winning prize for whoever found the rock was $250, which doubled for gym members […]

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Half the league gets first win

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

By Ray Conner Sports Editor After the first week of action five of the 10 teams got into the win column. There were three teams, the Mixed Nuts, the Blasters and Havoc to win a pair of games, and two other squads each won one game. On the flip side, two teams lost both of […]

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KRV Little League All-Stars named

By Kern Valley Sun / June 14, 2017

By Ray Conner Sports Editor With the regular season in the books it’s time for the Kern River Valley Little League program to turn its sights on the All-Stars Tournament. There will be 24 Little Leaguers from the KRV program that will make up two teams. One will be for baseball and the other for […]

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