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Eclipse captivates KRV

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

  By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun On Monday, August 21, the entire United States experienced at least a partial solar eclipse. The view was spectacular as the moon moved in front of the sun blotting out part of the light and causing daylight to dim in the valley. While a partial eclipse was visible […]

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Pollution a problem

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

  By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun On Thursday, August 17, Congressman Kevin McCarthy’s representative, Keenan Hochschild, met with residents of the Kern River Valley to discuss issues affecting the valley, the country and the world in general. The meeting began with activists from the valley presenting the need for a new Senior Center in […]

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Fishstock is swimming back

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun Plans are well underway for the third annual Fishstock – a two-day festival that brings good music to the Kern Valley for a good cause: keeping an abundant supply of trout in the Kern River. Scheduled for Labor Day weekend, Saturday, Sept. 2, and Sunday, Sept. 3, from […]

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Museum hosts mixer

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

By Elise Modrovich Special to the Sun On Wednesday, August 16, the Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce held a mixer at the recently completed KRV Historical Society’s Museum Annex. While the Annex has been “open” since July 4, “We’re not officially open to the public quite yet,” says the museum’s curator, Dianna Anderson. “We’re […]

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Diabetic cooking classes

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

  By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Come to class with an appetite and a desire to cook some tasty meals, and you will be healthier for it. The Kern Valley Hospital Foundation is teaching a cooking workshop for diabetics consisting of four weekly cooking classes being held at the hospital cafeteria where students […]

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Cooking comes to library

By Kern Valley Sun / August 23, 2017

Press Release KRV Branch Library The Kern River Valley Branch Library, 7054 Lake Isabella Blvd. in Lake Isabella, is happy to host Live Better, Feel Better, a diabetic workshop presented by dietician Jeri Horenstein of Simply Jeri. Jeri, a Kern Valley resident, has over nineteen years of dietician experience and knowledge concerning the diabetic life: […]

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Reel Reviews: The Emoji Movie

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

  By Josh Simpkins In 2016, DreamWorks Animations and 20th Century Fox released an Animated Adventure-Comedy by the name of Trolls—based on the ‘90s pop culture Troll doll fad. I refused to see or review a film based upon those insipid and silly little, hairy dolls. Thanks to Netflix and my granddaughter, I had to […]

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Rest In Peace Jerry Lewis

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

  By Marsha Smith Kern Valley Sun ‘Tis a sad day indeed. The King of Comedy has perished. That is correct, friends and neighbors, the world has gotten decidedly less funny with the passing of an all-time comedy legend. Manic, rubber-faced showman with a heart of solid gold, Jerry Lewis, one of the defining figures […]

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STDs increase by 294%

By Kern Valley Sun / August 16, 2017

  By Kathe Malouf Special to the Sun It is a national trend that no community wants to be part of – the steady rise in the number of sexually transmitted diseases, or STD cases. Unfortunately, statistics reveal that Kern County and the Kern River Valley have been swept up into the national trend of […]

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