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Lady Broncs lose to Firebaugh

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Kern Valley varsity girls basketball team could not soar with the Lady Eagles in Central Section Division 5 CIF playoff action. The Lady Broncs season came to an end after dropping the 78-60 decision to Firebaugh this past Friday. Playing on their home court, the Lady Broncs started out […]

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Lightner makes another ‘State’ ment for Broncs

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

By Wes Woody Coach’s Submission The Kern Valley Broncs sent two wrestlers to the Central Section Master’s Championships this past weekend. Conrad Miller wrestled at 152 pounds and Jacob Lightner wrestled at HWT. It was a good day for the Broncs as Lightner was able to win his first two matches and advance to the […]

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Lady Colts top Murray by one

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The eighth grade girls of Wallace escaped Ridgecrest with a one-point victory over Murray Feb. 20. In a tightly contested battle the Wallace Lady Colts got just enough scoring to come home with the win. The eighth grade team won the match up 17-16. Five players put up points for […]

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Ironman of Volleyball at KVHS

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

Photo by Donna Harris / Freelance Photographer It was a good bump to start the action as the teammates look on. All four Ironman Volleyball teams. Action at the net in one of the games.

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Annual Heartwalk celebrates 20 years

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

By George Stahl Special to the Sun On Saturday, February 24, the Kern Valley High School Track was the site of the 20th Annual Jeanette Rogers-Erickson 2018 Heart Walk. The American Heart Association (AHA) has designated February as American Heart Month. Everyone from educators to doctors, nurses and others from all walks of life are […]

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OneSight helps give local students focus

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

Photos by Shannon Rapose / Kern Valley Sun The ability to see clearly is often something most take for granted, and in rural or poverty stricken communities, like the Kern River Valley, it can be a challenge accessing adequate eye care. The ability to see often makes all the difference in a child’s ability to […]

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KVHS Spring Sports Schedules 2018

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

2018 Kern Valley Track schedule Date / Opponent / Place / Time 3/7 *Bishop – Home 3 p.m. 3/9 Coalinga – Invitational Coalinga 2 p.m. 3/14 *Desert – Desert 3 p.m. 4/11 *Rosamond – Rosamond 3 p.m. 4/13 Taft Invitational – Taft 2 p.m. 4/18 *Cal City – Cal City 3 p.m. 4/20 Sierra Pacific […]

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Kern River Valley Profiles: Chuck Barbee

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

By Elise Modrovich Special to the Sun Chuck Barbee is right where he wants to be, enjoying the view from his riverside home in Kernville, sipping coffee next to his partner, Tam Hartman, and regaling listeners with his tales of his life in film and television as well as his retirement passion project about the […]

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Health Insurance Matters: Short Term Insurance

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

Health Insurance Matters / Harry P. Thal Last year, Richard went skiing at Mammoth. He had a great run, until he fell and broke his leg. With the lack of snow, I don’t have any good examples for this season. He was taken by ambulance to the emergency room at the local hospital and was […]

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Club News: 2/28/18

By Kern Valley Sun / February 28, 2018

Club News is offered as a public service to the many non-profit clubs and groups in the Kern River Valley. Club News runs in the Sun on the last week of every month. To ensure your information appears correctly and in a timely manner, please submit by mail, fax, or email by Thursday at 4:00 […]

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