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Writing Out Loud: TUT, ANKHESENAMUN, AND VALENTINE

By Kern Valley Sun / February 12, 2019

By George Stahl Tomorrow is the day we celebrate amor, unquestionable devotion to the heart, the pursuit of happiness ever after, and the pledge of undying love. It is a day named in memory of a 3rd century priest in Rome. The Emperor at the time, Claudius, said that men were not joining the army […]

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Student receives CIEE and CLTA scholarship

By Kern Valley Sun / February 12, 2019

PRESS RELEASE Erin Woodward, KVHS Juan Carlos Lopez at Kern Valley High School will soon seize the summer and spend 4 weeks abroad learning the Japanese language and culture as part of the CIEE Global Navigator High School Study Abroad Program. Thanks in part to a recommendation from Mrs. Erin Woodward, Juan Carlos received a […]

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Letter to the Editor (Pub. 02/13/19)

By Kern Valley Sun / February 12, 2019

County Needs to Hire More KRV Residents As we saw recently, many local county agencies like schools, libraries and branch court were shut down on the account of snow, when there wasn’t enough snow to measure. That is because these offices hire and depend upon workers from Bakersfield and nobody trusts the 178 in any […]

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Healthy Living: VERTIGO

By Kern Valley Sun / February 12, 2019

By Christine Harness Dizziness is a strange sensation. Your body and the room around you are spinning; you feel lightheaded, unsteady, and you mistrust trying to continue your activity. Some people even feel nauseous. One of the most common causes of dizziness for all age groups is hyperventilation, overbreathing, usually due to anxiety. When you […]

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Carol L. Ostroski

By Kern Valley Sun / February 12, 2019

Carol was born in the village of Ilion in upstate New York to Isabelle and Carl Scouten. When Carol was a year and 2 weeks old, Isabelle passed away. Carl came home from West Point, where he was a drill instructor, to be at her bedside. Isabelle told Carl she wanted her parents to raise […]

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Pushin’ Up Daisies: Financial Preparedness

By Kern Valley Sun / February 12, 2019

By Tracy Lee As a business owner, I work with budgets daily. Ensuring that a business has adequate operating capital is paramount to sustainability. Prior to retirement, my husband was enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Such employment necessitated strict budgeting if we wanted to provide a decent home and food on the table for our […]

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Lady Broncs claim share of HDL

By Kern Valley Sun / February 5, 2019

The varsity Lady Broncs finished the season by winning their last two games to clinch at least a share of the High Desert League title. Kern Valley played Cal City and dominated before doing the same to their rival Bishop. In the Bishop game it was Senior Night and the hometown Lady Broncs did not […]

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Kern Valley drops final two games

By Kern Valley Sun / February 5, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Kern Valley varsity basketball season ended on a sour note as they lost the last two games of the regular season. A trip to Cal City and a home game with rival Bishop were the last two times for the Broncs to take the court. At Cal City, the […]

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Regular season comes to an end for girls soccer

By Kern Valley Sun / February 5, 2019

Tom Cormack Coach’s Submission The Lady Broncs wrapped up their league season this past week. On Jan. 28 Kern Valley traveled to Edwards Air Force Base to face the Desert Lady Scorpions for the second time in a makeup match that was rained out the first time. Arika D’Amico started off the game quickly scoring […]

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Law Enforcement Reports: 1/26/19 – 2/1/19

By Kern Valley Sun / February 5, 2019

Kern County Sheriff’s Report On 01/26/19, deputies arrested Kody Brooks, age 24, at the intersection of Kern River Canyon Dr. and Hwy 178, Lake Isabella, for burglary in the second degree and violation of parole. On 01/27/19, deputies arrested Jenna Miller, age 34, in the 2600 block of Webb St., Lake Isabella, for an active […]

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