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Man & Woman of the Year

By Kern Valley Sun / December 5, 2018

    By Marsha Smith Kern Valley Sun The Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce announced on Friday the 2019 Man and Woman of the Year honorees. For their volunteerism and dedication to the community, Tony Moors and Judy Dempsey will be honored at a dinner at Paradise Cove Lodge on January 7, 2019. To […]

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CERT supplies stolen

By Kern Valley Sun / December 5, 2018

By Tom Klein KRVCERT Our Kern River Valley Community Emergency Response Team (KRVCERT) trailer was broken into on Friday, November 30. Our generator was stolen along with other necessary equipment. We are a volunteer, nonprofit organization that assist the first responders during disasters. We don’t have the funds to replace the equipment. We also work […]

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KRLIBOR ready for a new year

By Kern Valley Sun / December 5, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Warmth filled the room at Paradise Cove Lodge on a chilly Monday night during the installation dinner for the Kern River Lake Isabella Board of Realtors (KRLIBOR). It was quickly apparent that the warmth also reflected the giving nature of the local real estate business for the betterment […]

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Camp Owen honors Ken Durant

By Kern Valley Sun / December 5, 2018

Camp Erwin Owen held a surprise birthday party for former Director Ken Durant, who turned 92 last week. Durant had a special lunch with staff and students and shared stories of the camp from decades past.  

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Food pantry in need of donations

By Kern Valley Sun / December 5, 2018

By Phyllis Brewer The Food Pantry Your local food pantry is asking for your help again this year. We give out food boxes and toys on December 24 to our local low income families. Bringing in some food and unwrapped new toys or a monetary donation are ways you can help. We also have a […]

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Delta assists neighbors in need

By Kern Valley Sun / December 5, 2018

Press Release Delta Liquid Energy Delta Liquid Energy (DLE), a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated propane marketing company with eight locations throughout California and one in Nevada, announces their 2018 holiday donation drive. The company is excited to partner with the following local non-profit organizations in an effort to give back this holiday season: The Toy […]

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First flu death

By Kern Valley Sun / December 5, 2018

Press Release Kern Co. Public Health Kern County Public Health Services Department has received confirmation of the first flu-related death in Kern County for the 2018-2019 flu season. “We offer our condolences to the family,” says Matt Constantine, Director of Kern County Public Health Services. “The flu must be taken seriously and we encourage residents […]

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Kern County Sheriff’s Report: 11/17/18 – 11/23/18

By Kern Valley Sun / November 27, 2018

On 11/17/18, deputies arrested Carl Tumey, age 30, at the intersection of Lake Isabella Blvd. and Elizabeth Norris Rd., Lake Isabella for two active warrants. On 11/17/18, deputies arrested David Coffey, age 39, in the 500 block of Osborne Ln., Wofford Heights for riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the roadway, possession of […]

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FFA & Totally Mutts help four-legged fire victims

By Kern Valley Sun / November 27, 2018

Photos courtesy Kern Valley FFA Facebook Page Humbled by the support and donations received during the Erskine Fire, Kern Valley FFA wanted to return the favor. So, they teamed up with Totally Mutts Dog Grooming in Lake Isabella to collect donations for the over 600 animals at Butte County Fairgrounds and Chico Airport that have […]

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