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The Reel Cinemaniac: Heathers Remake

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

The Reel Cinemaniac / Josh Simpkins To be honest, my love of film began at a very early age. I had an extensive collection of movies, on VHS mind you, at the age of 11. Of all the films in my 300-plus-tape treasure trove, there was one that I talked my sister into buying me […]

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Healthy Living: Mental Maintenance

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

Healthy Living / Christine Harness With all of the current attention the media and medical staff give to the growing prevalence of the dementias, it seems strange to me that so few elderly people and their relatives are actually seeking resources toward prevention and management of care that is helpful. It’s somewhat like chronic smokers […]

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KRV resident particpates in Women’s March

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

By Shannon Rapose Kern Valley Sun On January 21, 2017, the world saw millions of people gather in the streets to advocate for legislation and policies regarding human rights and other issues, including women’s rights, immigration reform, healthcare reform, reproductive rights, the natural environment, LGBTQ rights, racial equality, freedom of religion, and workers’ rights at […]

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Pinups for Patriots celebrate Cunningham’s 95th birthday

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

Pearl Harbor survivor Bob Cunningham joyfully celebrates his 95th birthday at the VFW in Lake Isabella on January 20. He is surrounded by the Bakersfield platoon of Pinups for Patriots which arranged the event. Also in attendance were Cunningham’s family members, Honor Flight Kern County, many well-wishers, and DJ Marine veteran Caleb O’Neal who played […]

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KRVLL registration dates and information

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

PRESS RELEASE / KRVLL Three Step Registration Process (must complete all 3 steps) Step 1- Complete online registration at www.krvll.com (this reserves your spot) Step 2- Mail the required documentation or utilize our in person collection dates In person Document Collections are scheduled as follows: Wed., January 24, from 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. at WMS Gym […]

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Reel Reviews: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

Reel Reviews / Josh Simpkins Some films are so good that they don’t ever need a sequel, for instance, Gone with the Wind. Some films are made with sequels in mind. Some sequels come right away and probably never should’ve seen the light of day, while others take 20 years to reach the silver screen—and […]

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KVHS Top 15 of GATE 9

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

Aidan Schultz – 4.2 GPA Kacy Bunting – 4.0 GPA Aislynne Chappell – 4.0 GPA Summer Dourlain – 4.0 GPA Spencer Hansen – 3.83 GPA Amber McAusland – 3.83 GPA Kieran McCarthy – 3.83 GPA Carley Osorio – 3.83 GPA Adeline Goulding – 3.67 GPA Erin Hall – 3.67 GPA Matthew Surico – 3.67 GPA […]

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Wallace Elementary Science Fair Results

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

SECOND GRADE 3rd Place: Brianna Soriano 2nd Place: Anna Imbelloni Tie for 1st Place: Anna Allen & Luke Knudtson THIRD GRADE 3rd Place: Leenah Troller 2nd Place: Kyla Hacker 1st Place: Madyline Beckham FOURTH GRADE Tie for 3rd Place: Bella Cleveland & Aneicia Perry 2nd Place: Wyatt Blagg 1st Place: Owinn Liske FIFTH GRADE Honorable […]

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Annual Kern County Homeless Count

By Kern Valley Sun / January 23, 2018

PRESS RELEASE KCHC We are a collective committed to ending homelessness in Kern County through collaborative planning and action. The members of the KCHC strives towards “housing first.” When people are housed first, basic needs are met faster which helps them live independently and minimizes costs to communities. Case management before and after housing helps […]

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