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Perspective of Paradise

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

By Ruthann Smith Special to the Sun I have had the opportunity to watch and report on Kern Valley Search and Rescue over the years, but this time it was different. I was headed to meet up with the Kern County Sheriff Office Search and Rescue team that had been sent to Paradise. “Paradise” rapidly […]

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First test blast goes off

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun The first blasting operation of the Isabella Lake Dam Safety Modification Project was tested last week; and although the blast was set a bit later than originally planned, it went well. Flatiron Dragados Sukut Joint Venture, the contractor who was awarded the $240 million construction contract, announced last […]

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Man dies in crash north of Kernville

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

By Shannon Rapose Kern Valley Sun On Saturday, November 17, California Highway Patrol received a call at approximately 7 a.m. that a solo-vehicle had crashed north of Bull Run Road on Sierra Way. When officers arrived, they found a 1993 Subaru had gone over the side of the roadway and the 32-year-old occupant of the […]

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KUSD faces challenges ahead

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

Photos by Ashley Loza / Kern Valley Sun KUSD Superintendent Robin Shive (pictured at left) presented former KUSD Board Members Greg Davis (top photo) and George Stahl (bottom photo) with special plaques that thanked them for their all their dedication to the district throughout the years. By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun The Kernville Union […]

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Curly Toms closes its doors

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun After 43 years of cutting, curling, sniping, clipping and coloring hair for Kern River Valley residents, Tom and Linda Schwass have hung up their scissors. The Schwass’ decided that it was time to retire when they sold the commercial building they owned on Lake Isabella Blvd. that housed […]

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Skate Park answers questions

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

By Karene Williams Skate Park Treasurer The volunteers working hard to raise the cost to construct a skate park in Lake Isabella have been asked a few questions. We believe everyone should have the answers. Do you have an agreement with the County? California Recreation Foundation has an agreement with the County dated February 5, […]

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Photo Gallery: Veterans Day across the valley

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

Flags up for veterans   Flags from the Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce lined Lake Isabella Blvd. on Monday, November 12, in observance of Veterans’ Day. The flags are available to sponsor via the Chamber of Commerce. Call (760) 379-5236 for details. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Children honor valley veterans               […]

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Valley celebrates veterans

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Kern River Valley veterans’ organizations invited the public to recognize the service and sacrifices of veterans at their two annual Veterans Day events this past holiday weekend. American Legion Post 711, American Legion Riders, and the Women’s Auxiliary arranged for an afternoon of food and fun at Tank […]

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Kern County Sheriff’s Report: 11/03/18 – 11/09/18

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

On 11/03/18, deputies arrested Daniel Ledoux, age 53, in the 300 block of Oakwood Dr., Wofford Heights, for an active felony warrant. On 11/03/18, deputies arrested Tiffany Blair, age 27, in the 300 block of Oakwood Dr., Wofford Heights, for false identification to a police officer and two active warrants. On 11/03/18, deputies arrested Jared […]

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Wallace receives wellness grant

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun Woodrow Wallace Middle School received a $35,000 grant from Kern Family Health Care to promote good health, active lifestyles and healthy eating choices for Wallace students, staff, and the community. Representing KFHC were Doug Hayward, CEO; Isabel Silva, Director of Health Education, Cultural and Liguistics Services; Louis Iturriria, Director […]

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