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Interesting History: Control in the East

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

By Clayton Huckaby Following the end of World War II in Europe, Germany was split between the four biggest powers on the Allied side of the war- France, Britain, the Soviet Union and the United States. The capital of Germany, Berlin, was split in a similar fashion. Shortly after it was split into four parts, […]

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Kern Valley Sun social media

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun If you follow the Kern Valley Sun online, you may have noticed an increase in social media posts. The Sun is adjusting to a more modern, digital way of life. We know that many of our readers embrace a more convenient, technological approach than traditional print, and we have […]

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Drowning on the Kern River

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun The Kern County Coroner’s Office has released the name of one of the drowning victims on the Kern River. Karen George Mambreyan of Burbank, Calif., got into the river approximately 200 yards north of Keyesville on June 3 at approximately 2 p.m. He was reported missing after entering the […]

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Expect delays on Highway 155

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun If you plan on traveling between Lake Isabella and Wofford Heights some time over the next month, leave early and expect traffic delays of up to 15 minutes. CalTrans and Bowman Asphalt will be conducting one-way traffic control along the route. Construction began on Monday, June 26, and it […]

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Health Care bill revealed

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun The Senate recently released their version of the Health Care bill that was released by the House of Representatives (AHCA) last year. The bill has garnered some criticism as 12 Republican senators worked on the bill behind closed doors. Democrats lamented the lack partisanship inherent in crafting such an […]

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Stars and Stripes, we salute you

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

By Marsha Smith Kern Valley Sun The Saturday closest to the July 4 holiday is when the Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce presents the annual Fireworks Extravaganza. This July 1 show comes with a price tag of $19,000 and would not be possible if not for the fundraising efforts of the chamber and the […]

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Supreme Court denies gun law hearing

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

By Clayton Huckaby Kern Valley Sun The Supreme Court recently turned down a case (Peruta v. California), with a vote of 7-2 that challenged California’s strict gun laws. The case argued that individuals in San Diego, San Francisco and Los Angeles were being wrongly denied their right to carry a concealed firearm in public because […]

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FYDO donation

By Kern Valley Sun / June 28, 2017

  Press Release FYDO FYDO, The Fix Your Dog Org, is proud to announce that for the second year, a $1,000 donation from Wonderful Giving, initiated by Wonderful Orchard’s employee and Wofford Heights resident Cindy Meeker. Meeker met Kate Macdonald, FYDO Founder, when MacDonald ran for Whiskey Flat Mayor in 2016; and being a dog […]

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Cinder the Miracle Kitten

By Kern Valley Sun / June 21, 2017

    By George Stahl Special to the Sun On June 24, 2016, Animal Control Officer Ashley Lloyd was scouring the area of Goat Ranch Road in South Lake. She was slowly making her way through the heavy smoke that resulted from the Erskine Fire blazing through the neighborhood the night before. As Officer Lloyd […]

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