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Skate park funds growing

By Kern Valley Sun / March 20, 2018

Press Release Karene Williams California Recreation Foundation and the volunteers raising the funds needed to construct a skate park in Lake Isabella are pleased to announce that the Tony Hawk Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to the project. The support of Tony Hawk Foundation has given a boost to the enthusiasm of the volunteers. […]

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KRVR President’s Message

By Kern Valley Sun / March 20, 2018

John Blythe President, KRVR I want to thank the residents of our valley for showing up at the last two KRVR community meetings since the year began. Both the February and March community meetings were heavily attended to the point of standing room only. We heard input from stakeholders on a wide range of issues […]

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Sigala visits Kernville

By Kern Valley Sun / March 20, 2018

By Shannon Rapose Kern Valley Sun A group of nearly 20 people gathered to meet and greet Democratic Tulare City Councilmember Jose Sigala on Saturday, March 17, because he has decided to throw his hat into the ring and run for the 26th Assembly District of California seat currently occupied by Devon Mathis. The 26th […]

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Fuel pile burning at Havilah Fire Station

By Kern Valley Sun / March 15, 2018

Fire personnel on the Kern River Ranger District, of the Sequoia National Forest, will be burning hazardous fuel piles located on the Havilah Fire Station compound, today, Thursday, March 15, 2018. Smoke may be visible from a few locations.   No road closures are anticipated. For further information, please call the Kernville Ranger Station at (760) 376-3781

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Broncs throw Bishop for a loss

By Kern Valley Sun / March 14, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Broncs track squad takes one from Bishop. In the dual meet held at Kern Valley the Broncs outpaced their rival by the score of 62-61. According to head coach Brian Christianson, the March 7 meet was a nice 68 degrees and no wind. All times were hand timed. The […]

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KV drops pair of games

By Kern Valley Sun / March 14, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The varsity Broncs baseball season starts with a pair of losses in three days. The young Broncs are learning to compete and the first game jitters were evident as they were shut out by McFarland 10-0. Taking on Summit they were defeated 7-4. In the McFarland game, the Cougars pitcher […]

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Kern Valley runs into season

By Kern Valley Sun / March 14, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The one and only time the Kern Valley girls track squad will be at home this season they came up short in the dual meet. The Lady Broncs entertained Bishop on March 7 and lost the meet 78-49. Despite winning seven events the Lady Broncs could not score enough to […]

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Keyesville Classic turns 30 and gets dirty

By Kern Valley Sun / March 14, 2018

By George Stahl Special to the Sun For the past 30 years, the Keyesville Recreation Area has played host to the Keyesville Classic Mountain Bike Stage Race. This year the event was held on the weekend of Mar. 10 and 11. Over the course of two days, over 250 mountain bike riders participated in any […]

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Kern Valley opens season taking two games

By Kern Valley Sun / March 14, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The varsity softball team began its quest of wanting to become champions by winning two non-league games. The Lady Broncs opened the year with a matchup with McFarland. This proved to be no contest as Kern Valley won by the lop-sided score of 23-3. Game two was a tighter game […]

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Awards Night

By Kern Valley Sun / March 14, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Kern Valley High School held its Winter Sports Awards Night on March 5. This was a time for the Kern Valley teams to gather and present awards to those that were selected as MVPs and those student-athletes reaching high marks in the classroom. Kern Valley had one High Desert League […]

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