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Writing Out Loud: #OlderAmericans

By Kern Valley Sun / May 7, 2019

Writing Out Loud / George Stahl #OlderAmericans. It is a new movement that has been going on for along time. It just seems new because no one remembers it is real. The movement, or frame of mind, in the United States actually saw its start back in the 1950s when an older man living in […]

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Writing Out Loud: TODAY’S AVENGERS

By Kern Valley Sun / May 1, 2019

By George Stahl You would probably say that 80 years old is a little advanced in years for a guy to be fighting bad guys. Especially if they have names like Riddler, Joker, Mr. Freeze and Cat Woman. Well, then if you think that, why don’t you tell him the next time you see him? […]

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Letters to the Editor (Published 05/01/19)

By Kern Valley Sun / May 1, 2019

Kissack Easter Hi! I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter. I accompanied my son and grandson to the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Kissack Ranch. We had a wonderful time collecting eggs and prizes and taking pictures with the Easter Bunny. They had a great turnout and had lots of happy children participating in […]

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Fishing with Noble: A Day on the Lake

By Kern Valley Sun / April 30, 2019

There is a lot happening on Isabella Lake. Spent the day Saturday, April 27, fishing an ABA Bass Tournament. Usually, the bass fishermen fishing a tournament are the first ones on the boat ramp and the first ones to launch. This particular day, there were a couple of boats and many shore fishermen beating the […]

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Reel Reviews – Avengers: Endgame

By Kern Valley Sun / April 30, 2019

I could start by saying that this is The End. Though its not. Not really. It’s the end of an era yes, but it is also the beginning of oh so much more. What Marvel Studios began in 2008 with Iron Man finally comes full circle. The culmination of 21 films, a decade of filmmaking […]

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Writing Out Loud: SPRING HAS SPRUNG

By Kern Valley Sun / April 23, 2019

By George Stahl We are 1 month and 5 days into spring. Do you feel it? In that time, we celebrated over 30 spiritual holidays from over 10 different religions, each of them commemorating a great achievement or miracle. The majority of them celebrate the human condition as it relates to or relies on a […]

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Letters to the Editor (Published 04/24/2019)

By Kern Valley Sun / April 23, 2019

Net Neutrality Dear Editor, I am writing to you because I want to protect our open Internet. Two years ago, the FCC under Ajit Pai repealed the Net Neutrality protections that make the Internet an open and free platform to connect and exchange ideas. If we can’t restore these protections, the Internet as we know […]

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Pushin’ Up Daisies: Enlightenment

By Kern Valley Sun / April 23, 2019

By Tracy Renee Lee Sometimes I stay up so late that by the time I get to bed, my prayers are shorter than a fine “How do you do?” Other times they are nonexistent. I am not sure why I let this happen. I know that prayer to my Maker is as vital as expressing […]

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Health Care Matters: Lower Generic Prescription Costs

By Kern Valley Sun / April 23, 2019

Last week I discussed the costs of prescription medication. The Medicare Rights Center just released on their blog some statistics which offer encouragement for people who take generic medications, while those who need a brand name see a continual rise in cost, despite the efforts of the White House. A new report from the AARP […]

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Writing Out Loud: It’s Just April 17

By Kern Valley Sun / April 17, 2019

By George Stahl April 17. Today has a certain amount of everything American about it. Maybe even second only to July 4. For instance, according to a group called The Classic Car Club of America, an automobile that saw its production between the years 1925 and 1948 is considered a ‘classic.’ Many car enthusiasts today […]

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