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Kern Valley Sheriff’s arrest report

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

Kern Valley Sheriff’s arrest report On 03/21/20, deputies cited and released Christian Dumas, age 18 in the 6300 block of Lake Isabella Blvd., Lake Isabella for shoplifting, trespassing: refuse to leave the property at owner’s request and violation of a court order. On 03/23/20, deputies cited and released Jennifer Ross, age 37 at the intersection […]

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The local impacts of COVID-19: What you need to know

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

By Kathe MaloufSpecial to the Sun As the number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continue to increase throughout the country, state and county, so do the impacts to residents through business closures, reduction of hours and changes in the daily services. Kern River Valley residents are realizing that no area has been spared from the effects […]

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Keeping the distance while helping the community

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

Keepers of the KernBarbara Hinkey Keeping a relatively safe distance with trash pickers, Reid Hopkins, founder of One Spade Youth Packers received a check in the amount of $500 from Rex and Barbara Hinkey, founders of Keepers of the Kern. This much-needed donation to the youth organization is made possible by the Jon and Celine […]

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KVHD COVID-19 updates

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

Tim McGlewCEO KVHD In this extraordinary time, as the COVID-19 virus continues to spread throughout our county and across the nation, for Kern Valley Hospital there is nothing more important than the safety and well-being of our patients, workers and community. We are ready to face this challenge, and we will do it together, with […]

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New COVID-19 HOPE Clinical Trial Recommendations Introduced Today May Reduce or Eliminate Mechanical Ventilation for Coronavirus Patients

By Kern Valley Sun / April 1, 2020

PRESS RELEASEDr. Steven Quay Crucial life-saving initiative led by Dr. Steven Quay for clinical trials on the safety and efficacy of a combination of FDA-approved drugs (nebulized Heparin-N-acetylcysteine in COVID-19 Patients by Evaluation of pulmonary function (HOPE)) SEATTLE, March 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Physician-scientist and inventor Dr. Steven Quay, MD, PhD, is announcing a […]

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Lake Isabella crime wave

By Kern Valley Sun / March 25, 2020

By Jake Lee Green Kern Valley Sun Quite a few shops in the Kern River Valley have been experiencing an increase in brazen theft from their properties recently. L and M Lumber has been experiencing the thievery for months now with increases in the extent of the theft. Last Friday, March 20, the fence to […]

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BLM waives day-use fees for all recreation sites

By Kern Valley Sun / March 25, 2020

By Jake Lee Green Kern Valley Sun The Secretary of the Interior, David Bernhardt, carefully weighed his options before making the decision to temporarily suspend the collection of all entrance fees for Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recreational sites across the United States. The decision is in an effort to encourage social distancing through outdoors […]

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Kern Community Foundation establishes COVID-19 Relief Fund

By Kern Valley Sun / March 25, 2020

PRESS RELEASE Kern community Foundation In response to this week’s emergency declaration by Kern County related to COVID-19, Kern Community Foundation (KCF) is announcing the creation of the Kern County COVID-19 Relief Fund. This fund will address the immediate and longer-term needs of our region’s most vulnerable residents who are impacted by the Coronavirus. One […]

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National Park Services, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks close recreation sites amidst COVID-19 guidelines

By Kern Valley Sun / March 25, 2020

PRESS RELEASE National Park Services Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks continue to modify operations in order to implement the latest guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and local and state authorities to promote social distancing. As of Friday, March 20 at noon, all campgrounds typically open this time […]

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