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Reel Reviews: The MEG

By Kern Valley Sun / September 5, 2018

Reel Reviews / Josh Simpkins When I heard whispers a few years back that Hollywood was interested in developing a film based on Steve Alten’s terrifying novel Meg, I was extremely excited. If they could capture on film even half of Alten’s imagery, I would consider the film a success. Then I heard it was […]

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Gleason and Youngblood talk taxes

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun Kern County First District Supervisor Mick Gleason and Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood were guest speakers of the Kern Valley Exchange Club and had much to say about the Sheriff’s proposed 1 cent sales tax to be presented to Kern County voters this November. This tax, if passed, would […]

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SCE looks to mitigate wildfires

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun Kern River Valley residents are all too familiar with wildland fires and how quickly they can start and spread during high winds and hot temperatures. Southern California Edison hosted a community meeting last week in the Kern River Valley to discuss “the new normal” – a term that […]

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Lake levels decrease for Borel work

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun Just as it does every year, the level of Isabella Lake is dropping rapidly. But this year, the diminishing water level can be attributed not only to weather, but to the Isabella Lake Dam Safety Modification Project. The Army Corps of Engineers is hoping to begin work on […]

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Car show will benefit SAL

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun Kern River Valley residents are invited to a free car show that will not only put them up close with some nostalgic top fuel cars, but will give them an opportunity to help out the local Sheriff’s Activity League and their newly launched auto shop program. The one-day […]

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Writing Out Loud: It’s Her and Us

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

By George Stahl The age of the atom has been conquered! Remember those movies that tried to tell us of the horrors and consequences of all of that nuclear testing and radiation exposure back in the ‘50s and ‘60s? Every time a new development came from government scientists, a new movie came out that was […]

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President’s Message: Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

By Marsha Smith Last month I reported that the response from the community in support for the fireworks was enormous. To a point, verbally, it was, but it was limited in financial reality. The month of August brought us $630 in chamber walk-in donations, and $2,250 from the Go-Fund-Me account, but little other interest. We […]

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McGlew discusses parcel tax

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

On Friday, August 24, Kern Valley Hospital District CEO Tim McGlew came to the weekly Kern River Valley Rotary meeting to share information about the district’s upcoming parcel tax measure. According to McGlew, the hospital has been working tirelessly since January to rework the project budget and plans for the hospital so that it would […]

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KVLTRG continues to rebuild

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

Press Release KVLTRG The Kern Valley Long Term Recovery Group has been hard at work helping survivors get closer to housing recovery after the Erskine Fire. The Executive Committee has been working very hard to obtain needed funding and volunteers to help the survivors. We are currently working with Kern County and other agencies to […]

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Janet Louise Schneidereit

By Kern Valley Sun / September 4, 2018

  Janet Louise Schneidereit, formerly of Kernville, Calif., was born Janet Louise Cline on July 5, 1951, to Oscar and Mary Cline in Saginaw, Mich. In 1970, Janet married Kim Todd Anderson of Rexburg, ID, in Flint, Mich., and was married until his passing in 2002. Together, they raised four children: Lisa, Lee, Tracey, and […]

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