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Kern County Sheriff’s Report-10/6/19 – 10/10/19

By Kern Valley Sun / October 16, 2019

On 10/06/19, deputies cited and released Robert Ochoa, age 26 in the 2900 block of Edna St., Lake Isabella for possession of unlawful paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. On 10/06/19, deputies cited and released Theresa Lail, age 19 in the 2900 block of Edna St., Lake Isabella for possession of unlawful paraphernalia and […]

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Isabella Supermarket closing its doors

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Julie GiyerKern Valley Sun Isabella Supermarket has been one of the founding markets in the valley since 1956. For decades, the community has been able to take care of their daily needs including shopping, sporting goods, and financial services. The market will be closing its doors for good. Owner Gary Cope bought the market […]

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Edison discusses Public Safety Power Shutoffs

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

Kathe MaloufSpecial to the Sun Power shutoffs have received a lot of attention lately. To help Kern River Valley residents better understand the “how” and “why” of the Public Safety Power Shutoff protocol, Southern California Edison hosted a community meeting last week to discuss power shutoffs and the steps they have taken to strengthen their […]

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KCSO drug busts

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Jake Lee GreenKern Valley Sun Deputies assigned to the Kern Valley Substation conducted a traffic stop for vehicle violations on October 9, 2019 and found 44-year-old Burton Brand had been driving on a suspended license and after a search of the vehicle he was found to have been in possession of 24 grams of […]

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Sierra Gateway changing hands

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Jake Lee GreenKern Valley Sun Rumors have swirled quite a bit about the pending sale of the James Sierra Gateway Market in South Lake for some time. These rumors are not necessarily without their share of misquotes, mistakes, and misinformation. Months ago a great deal of rumors began about the company being in escrow, […]

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KRV Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Jake Lee GreenKern Valley Sun The Kern River Chamber of Commerce held their annual awards ceremony at Paradise Cove on October 9 for the Organization of the Year, Sheriffs Activities League (SAL), and Business of the Year, The Starlite Lounge. Before the ceremonies were commenced a few introductions were made and delicious food was […]

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Caltrans works with Fellow Travelers on HWY 178 safety

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Julie GiyerKern Valley Sun Caltrans has decided to survey Hwy 178 in early November. The head of the safety commission will meet with the Steering Committee of Fellow Travelers to discuss what measures can be taken to reduce injuries and accidents. More information will be provided as soon as it’s received. Local CHP staff […]

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Bodfish woman dies in tragic crash

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Jake Lee GreenKern Valley Sun On Thursday, October 10, 2019, at approximately 1:30 a.m., Diedra Jean Powers, age 55, of Bodfish, Calif., was driving a Honda Civic westbound on SR-178 west of Democrat Road. Powers was driving at an unknown speed when she veered to the left, crossed the eastbound lane, and collided with […]

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BLM chooses new land manager to administrate California State Office

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Jake Lee GreenKern Valley Sun On October 9, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced that 1.5 million acres of California public lands will now be managed under 27 year career public servant Karen Mouritsen. As California State Director Mouritsen will be tasked with leading a team that encompasses 15 percent of the state’s […]

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Kernville Union School District Board of Trustees meeting

By Kern Valley Sun / October 15, 2019

By Jake Lee GreenKern Valley Sun The Kernville Union School District Board of Trustees, parents, and students gathered for their October 8 meeting to discuss items on the agenda that have been pending to the districts concerns. Regular session opened at 5:40 p.m. The first topic discussed was certain student matters regarding the expulsion of […]

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