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Kern County Sheriff’s Report: 06/09/18 – 06/15/18

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

On 06/09/18, deputies arrested Renee White, age 38, in the 10 block of Kern River Dr., Kernville, for disorderly conduct due to alcohol intoxication. On 06/11/18, deputies arrested Tracy Lawrence, age 46, in the 8000 block of Melody Ln., Onyx, for an active warrant. On 06/11/18, deputies arrested Elmer Gleason, age 38, in the 8000 […]

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Hospital considers new tax options

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun After the Measure C parcel tax on last June’s ballot failed to get the required two-thirds majority vote to fund a hospital remodel, the Kern Valley Healthcare District (KVHD) went back to the drawing board. Seismic upgrading is still required by the State of California in order for […]

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Boat permits suffer temporary shortage

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun Some Kern River Valley retailers stumbled out of the gate at the start of the 2018 tourist season when the unexpected happened – they ran out of boat permits and couldn’t get more from the Kern County department of Parks and Recreation. Gary Cope, owner of Isabella Market, and […]

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SFUSD discusses evaluating PBIS

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

By Shannon Rapose Kern Valley Sun On Thursday, June 14, South Fork Union School District (SFUSD) Board President Dale Creighton brought the regular board meeting to order at 6:03 p.m. Superintendent Kim Villani delivered notes from head of MOT, Ron Ferris, who was not present. She stated that MOT is working on routine maintenance such […]

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Grass fire in Bodfish

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

By Shannon Rapose Kern Valley Sun Just before 8 p.m. on Monday, June 18, reports of smoke and flames were reported off Old Kern Canyon Road in Bodfish, approximately half a mile west of the Bodfish Post Office. When fire personnel from the United States Forest Service and Kern County Fire Department arrived on scene, […]

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Writing Out Loud: Thanks for the Memories

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

By George Stahl Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, a movie came out to change your mind. Jaws! “Na…na! Na…na! Na na, Na na, Na na…..” Crunch! Do you remember where you were in 1975 on June 20? If you were like most Americans over 16 years old […]

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Becoming a Mason

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

Press Release Tom McKinney Masonic Fraternity We recently had a Cornerstone ceremony at the new Annex at the Kern River Valley Museum and we thank the community for allowing us to present that cornerstone. Several folks have asked me about Freemasonry, and let me share my thoughts: It is a fraternity of men, formed for […]

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Letters to the Editor (Pub. June 20, 2018)

By Kern Valley Sun / June 19, 2018

Don’t Give Up on the Auxiliary! Dear Editor, As President of the Kern Valley Hospital Auxiliary, I want to apologize to Mr. Dale J. Hartl for the unfortunate negative interaction he experienced at our thrift store. I also want to thank him for bringing this to our attention so we can address the issue and […]

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