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OCC operating in full force

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

  Photos submitted by Christina Denys / Kern Valley Sun TOP: Ashley Denys volunteering last Saturday in front of Rite Aid. Next Saturday, Nov. 10, there will be Packing Party at the Kernville Chamber of Commerce meeting room from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.. For more info call 760-417-2279. BOTTOM: OCC volunteers (left to right) Irene […]

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Spreading love with peanut butter

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

  TOP: Children of members also got involved by making sandwiches and helping to pack the sack lunches the night before. The children pictured are Caleb, age 13, Quade, age 10, Grady, age 8, Maggie, age 6, Faye, age 3, Kaelyn, age 9, Annabelle, age 7, Kayden, age 10, Morgan, age 6,Emma, age 3, and […]

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Fall Fest 2018

By Kern Valley Sun / November 2, 2018

Pups race to the finish line a the Dachshund Races.Children enjoy the egg toss.Ridgecrest Fire Spinning Troop lights up the night.Harvey dressed as the world’s shortest mummy.Children hop to the finish line in the sack races.Scooby Doo celebrates a win at the Costume Contest.Supergirl and Batman celebrate their first place win in the Costume Contest.Brooke […]

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Kern County Sheriff’s Report: 10/20/18 – 10/27/18

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

On 10/20/18, deputies arrested Charles Tidwell, age 63, in the 200 block of Rocky Rd., Bodfish, for an active felony warrant. On 10/22/18, deputies arrested Michael Bustamante, age 35, in the 4700 block of Lake Isabella Blvd., Lake Isabella, for drive without a license, contempt: disobey a court order, possession of a controlled substance, possession […]

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KHSD candidates look forward

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

Mike Williams Why have you chosen to join the KHSD board? Having been born and raised in Kern, this community is dear to me and has provided my family with a good life. Servicing on the KHSD Board is my way of contributing back. As a businessman that hires many KHSD graduates, I see what […]

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KUSD board candidates ready for challenge

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

Diane Moss Why have you chosen to join KUSD? I have decided to run for a position on the board because I care deeply about our local schools and the quality of education available to our kids. My husband and I are both Kern Valley High graduates and my grandchildren are currently the 4th generation […]

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Abutment wall at Hwy 155

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun Construction of the multi-million dollar Isabella Lake Dam Safety Modification Project is on schedule. That’s the good news. The not-so-good news is that more traffic delays are on the horizon for those traveling along Highway 155. Kern River Valley residents received an update on the status of the […]

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Kern River gets new Deputy District Ranger

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

By Elise Modrovich Special to the Sun Meet Dionne Uzes, the new Deputy District Ranger for the Kern River Ranger District. As the Deputy District Ranger, Uzes will serve as a key member of the Forest Leadership Team and share responsibility with District Ranger Al Watson in the formulation of plans, policies, and objectives for […]

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Writing Out Loud: IT’S ALIVE! ALIVE!

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

By George Stahl It’s no secret, so there is no reason to sneak up on you with what today is. Obviously, it’s Wednesday, or you wouldn’t be reading this. What? Oh, yeah, it’s also October 31, the last day of the month. No! What? Oh…okay. It’s also two days after one of the most frightening, […]

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