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KV lined up for HDL title

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Lady Broncs junior varsity volleyball squad is on the verge of taking down a league championship. Kern Valley’s team has one more match to play (it was played on Tuesday) when they travel to Bishop. They are sitting at 11-0 in the High Desert League. In their latest action […]

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Local trio wins bowling tournament

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Three local youth bowlers strike their way to winning. David Waybright, Kylie Weeden, and Shane Betterton stayed consistent and took down the tournament representing Mt. Mesa Lanes and the Kern River Valley. These three were the top youth team in the Glen Barber Trios Tournament held at Valley Bowl in […]

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Eighth grade Lady Colts collect three victories

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

Ray Conner Sports Editor Wallace’s eighth grade volleyball team was able to win three matches. Playing St. Anne’s on Oct. 3, the Lady Colts swept the match winning both sets. In the first set, it was all Wallace as they took the set 25-6. They would follow that up with a 25-19 win to claim […]

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Food and fall fun at St. Jude Fall Fest

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

Photos by Debbie Teofilo / Special to the Sun Food was a big draw for attendees at the St. Jude Annual Fall Festival this past weekend in Wofford Heights. Bakery items and tasty lunches prepared by cheerful volunteer cooks in the Food Pantry sustained the many shoppers as they browsed the yard sale and craft […]

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Health Insurance Matters: The “White Cards”

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

Health Insurance Matters / Harry P. Thal There are basically two Medicare markets. One is for people who just need prescription benefits; Medicare part D (or known as a PDP.) The other who needs a comprehensive all-in-one medical and prescription package. There are several sub-categories within each group. For the PDP we look at those […]

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Big deals at Kern Christian’s Giant Yard Sale

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

Photos by Christina Denys / Kern Valley Sun TOP: Kern Christian ‘The River’ Church in Southlake held their annual Giant Parking Lot Sale (left) on Saturday, Oct. 13, with a variety of items and booths, like James Hollingsworth handing out information on Toys for Tots (bottom).

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Fun for all at the Kernville Elementary Fall Carnival

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

Photos by Richard Peterson / Freelance Photographer Great fun awaited those that attended the annual Kernville Elementary Fall Carnival on Friday, Oct. 12, as volunteers served up popcorn, cotton candy and kettle corn while children of all ages jumped around in bounce houses and played carnival games.

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Hot rods roll into Riverside Park

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2018

Photos by Richard Peterson / Freelance Photographer TOP & BOTTOM: Beautiful weather and classic cars were a big draw for those who made it out to the 43rd annual Kick Back in Kernville River Run Car Show over the weekend at Riverside Park in Kernville. SECOND: Jr. Models, Lilli and Hanna, strike a pose in […]

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Writing Out Loud: HALLOWEEN IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER

By Kern Valley Sun / October 9, 2018

Writing Out Loud / George Stahl Seventeen-year-old Elizabeth Hubbard was sitting in the parlor of Dr. Grigg’s home office in Andover, Massachusetts. She was fidgeting as she was listening to strange noises coming from Grigg’s examination room. Shortly afterwards, Abigail Williams exited the exam room in tears. She glanced at Elizabeth. “Elizabeth. Please, come in,” […]

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Pushin’ Up Daisies: I Hope

By Kern Valley Sun / October 9, 2018

Pushin’ Up Daisies / Tracy Lee Through my research this weekend, I came upon an interesting story about suicide prevention. The article showcased a young man who was contemplating suicide. Unlike many persons in that state of mind, he reached out to his family and community. The article encouraged all to reach out, and rather […]

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