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Come out July 27 and support from A-Z

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2019

Press Release A-Z Foundation Group Mark your calendars for July 27 so you can participate in the first annual A-Z Dinner. This dinner will be a fundraiser for the Mt. Mesa Men’s Club and also will support the A-Z Foundation Group that supports veterans, those with special needs and youth in the field. The first […]

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Ladies of the Elks 11th Annual Dog Show

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2019

PRESS RELEASE KRV Ladies of the Elks Is your favorite canine companion the cutest in the valley? Or is it the furriest? Does it have the longest nose, or maybe the shortest tail? The Kern River Valley Ladies of the Elks are hosting their 11th annual Dog Show at the Elks’ Picnic Area behind the […]

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Health Insurance Matters: Medicare Savings Programs Save Money

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2019

I have been touting Medicare’s “Extra Help” program for years. The program is for lower income people with few assets getting relief from the high costs of prescription medication. There are other programs which not only reduces the cost of prescriptions but may also pay the $135.50 Medicare Part B monthly premium coming out of […]

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Summer begins on the Kern

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2019

As peak rafting season grows near, both visitors and locals alike will begin to take on the mighty Kern River. Those looking to have some fun on the Kern are encouraged to have their whitewater experience with one of the KRV’s many rafting companies.  

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SAL serves up the KRV

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2019

On Wednesday, June 12, the Kern County Sheriff’s Activities League (SAL) raised funds for their organization at the adults co-ed baseball game. Along with Sheriff Deputy Luker, SAL participants helped sell hot dogs, snow cones, water and sodas at the Kissack Ballfields in Lake Isabella. SAL will continue to sell food every Wednesday during the […]

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Reel Reviews: Aladdin

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2019

Out of all the announced Disney Live Action Remakes of their classic ‘90s-era films, I was most excited for 1992’s Aladdin. Aladdin is my favorite Disney movie of that era. The late, great, legendary Robin Williams’ Genie is a character I quote in my daily life. When I found out that the remake was being […]

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Life Church hosts Family Weekend

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2019

Life Church recently hosted their second annual Family Camp. Held at Camp Yenis Hante 14 families and 3 individuals made the trip up, bringing a total of 54 attendees. Activities included a talent show, a hike, bird watching, yoga, scavenger hunts, Bible studies and Church services. When asked about the importance of Family camp, Cali […]

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Search continues for missing boater

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2019

  PRESS RELEASE KCSO On June 9, at about 4:35 p.m., Kern County Sheriff’s Deputies from the Kern Valley Substation responded for a report of a missing boater. Deputies learned a 36-year-old Los Angeles man had jumped from his boat to swim to shore and had not surfaced at the French Gulf Marina at Lake […]

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Collision leaves one dead

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2019

Press Release CHP On June 8, 2019, at approximately 3:40 p.m., CHP responded to a traffic collision involving a motorcycle versus an SUV on State Route 155, west of Sawmill Road. It was determined that the driver of the motorcycle crossed over the painted center double yellow lines into the westbound lane of SR 155 […]

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Frisbie leaves KRV

By Kern Valley Sun / June 12, 2019

  By Kathe Malouf After serving as the Sergeant of the Kern River Valley Sheriff’s substation for the past 14 months, Sgt. Johnny Frisbie has made the decision to leave the local substation. But unlike previous sergeants who transfer to a different division or assignment within the Kern County Sheriff’s Office, Frisbie is leaving to […]

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