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Bodywisdom: Harmonic Convergence

By Nancy Ivey / October 31, 2017

Bodywisdom / Nancy Ivey While studying trauma last year, I discovered the importance of “attuning” or getting “in sync” with people, particularly children. In his online trauma course, psychiatrist Bessel Van Der Kolk introduced beneficial therapeutic responses like “attunement” which means “acting in a responsive way;” and, “in sync,” referring to “a state where two […]


Writing Out Loud: GEM

By George Stahl / October 31, 2017

Writing Out Loud / George Stahl According to the Berkeley City Council, carnivals can no longer give fish away as a prize in their midways. You know, the game where for five dollars you get three ping pong balls and the chance to toss them into a small bowl that sits in a field of […]


Voices of the Valley: What are you most thankful for?

By Kern Valley Sun Support / October 31, 2017

“I’m very thankful for my family.” – Lisa Deaver, Bodfish”I’m grateful that through my home owned business, I get to serve others and make them smile on a daily basis.” – Holly Ocampo, Kernville”I am so thankful for the friends and family I have in this valley. They are my lifeblood and the reason I […]


Letters to the Editor (Pub. 11/01/2017)

By Kern Valley Sun Support / October 31, 2017

Thank you, KRV Gun Assoc. Thank you, KRV Gun Association, for inviting the public to share your range during open house, Oct. 28-29. Buck, manning the front table, served as welcome wagon, money taker and dispenser of club information, all greatly appreciated. I especially thank you, Joe, for your patience, instruction and praise. And thanks […]


The Reel Cinemaniac: Blade Runner 2049

By Josh Simpkins / October 25, 2017

I have always been an avid fan of all things Sci-Fi. Star Wars, Star Trek, Close Encounters, E.T., V, They Live, Guardians of the Galaxy, the Predator films, and the Alien franchise—I dig them all. However, there was one film it took 20 years for me to enjoy, understand and delight in, and that film […]


Healthy Living: Mindfulness Games

By Christine Harness / October 25, 2017

I often find myself reminiscing about my pre-teen years growing up in a small coal-mining town in southern Pennsylvania when my best friend, my sister Evelyn, who was 10 years older, spent much of her time training me in the basics of growing up. I adored my sister, and I put forth full effort to […]


Fishing with Noble: Some Things More Important Than Fishing

By Noble Smith / October 24, 2017

Missed our club tournament on Oct. 7. A co-worker and good friend, Dawn Walker, needed the day off to attend a celebration of life. The life was that of Jack Beaton, a true hero. Shielding his wife from gunfire to save her life. A man’s man, in my eyes. Fishing pressure has been light in […]


The Seventh Planet

By George Stahl / October 24, 2017

It is a huge ball of gas floating around in space. It is the 7th planet from the sun and the third largest of the eight in our solar system. Pluto was deplanetised in 2006 and reclassified as a ‘dwarf planet,’ (In turn, did Disney reclassify its Pluto and move him from Mickey’s pup to […]


Voices of the Valley: 10/18/17

By Kern Valley Sun Support / October 17, 2017

What is your favorite thing to drink in the fall?”A nice cup of eggnog with cinnamon sticks next to a fire.” – George Stahl, Bodfish”A mocha frap. It’s my favorite; I actually drink it all year round.” – Tory Lewis, Johnsondale”Viennese coffee.” – Luke Barr, Lake Isabella”Just coffee.” – Morgan Bright, Wofford Heights”Anything pumpkin spice.” […]

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