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Possible scam in Kern

By Kern Valley Sun / June 7, 2017

Press Release KCSO The Kern County Sheriff’s Office would like to make the citizens of Kern County aware of a possible scam circulating in the Kern County area. Recently, a member of the Sheriff’s Office received a correspondence letter from an apparent law firm from London, England. The letter indicates the firm represents an individual […]

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17 from the class of ‘17

By Kern Valley Sun / June 7, 2017

By Grace Harrison Special to the Sun As Kern Valley High School’s graduation was coming, the Kern Valley Sun had a chance to interview and gain words of wisdom from 17 seniors from the graduating class of 2017. Allana Davis will be attending Dixie State University in St. George, Utah to major in elementary education […]

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Creek Fire causes alarm

By Kern Valley Sun / June 7, 2017

KCFD asking for help identifying individual leaving the scene       By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun On Sunday, June 4, at approximately 10:10 a.m. the Kern County Fire Department (KCFD) was called out to a brush fire in the Erskine Creek area. KCFD crews received multiple calls to a fire in the Bodfish […]

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Kern County Sheriff’s Report: 05/30/17 – 06/04/17

By Kern Valley Sun / June 7, 2017

On 05/30/17, deputies arrested Spring Wooten, age 39, in the 100 block of Macs Landing Dr., Wofford Heights, for active felony warrant. On 05/30/17, deputies arrested Mark Ellefson, age 62, at the intersection of Erskine Creek Rd., and Lake Isabella Blvd., Lake Isabella, for disorderly conduct: drug w/alcohol. On 05/30/17, deputies arrested Marie Ellefson, age […]

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Hub Fire hits close to Lake Isabella

By Kern Valley Sun / May 17, 2017

  By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun At approximately 5:10 a.m. on Friday, May 12, the Kern County Fire Department (KCFD) received a call about a grass fire in the Erskine Creek area. The fire necessitated a hefty response with more than 50 personnel from KCFD responding. KCFD engine 72 out of Lake Isabella was […]

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Sierra Way open to the public

By Kern Valley Sun / May 17, 2017

  By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun Last week, the Kern Valley Sun newspaper was informed that Sierra Way would be opened “indefinitely” because of water that had run over the roadway. Although “indefinite” usually means that it could be a while before the road was closed, it appears that Kern County Public Works Road’s […]

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Remembering the Erskine Fire

By Kern Valley Sun / May 17, 2017

  By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun The Kern Valley Sun will be publishing a special edition in June dedicated to the one-year anniversary of the Erskine Fire. Because this tragedy continues to weigh on the community as a heavy and difficult time, we would like to dedicate this edition to the perseverance, positivity, and […]

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Sheriff salaries Non-competitive

By Kern Valley Sun / May 17, 2017

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun Kern County Sheriff deputies put their lives on the line on a daily basis for the residents of the Kern River Valley and Kern County. It’s a big job for small pay. While Kern County can boast of being the third largest county in the State with more […]

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South Fork holds monthly board meeting

By Kern Valley Sun / May 17, 2017

By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun On Thursday, May 11, the South Fork Union School District board of trustees held their monthly board meeting to discuss current issues and approve last month’s consent agenda. One of the most important pieces of information to come out of the meeting was a discussion to return the first […]

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