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Writing Out Loud: WHERE’S SUPERMAN WHEN YOU NEED HIM?

By Kern Valley Sun / January 15, 2019

By George Stahl It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s…1939. A guy named Bill Dunn is introduced to the American public through a short story written by Jerry Siegal. Dunn is an average enough guy, as average as a vagrant type ne’er-do-well can be, who finds a way to make himself some money at the […]

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Valley Voice – Homelessness in the Kern River Valley

By Kern Valley Sun / January 15, 2019

In the Lake Isabella area, we are experiencing a huge influx of homeless/transient people. There is a lot of documentation in the form of pictures to support this statement. There are some places that stand out as real problem areas, namely the Kern Valley Plaza, Webb Recycling, Taco Bell and the former Bank of America […]

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Health Insurance Matters: New Year, New Laws

By Kern Valley Sun / January 9, 2019

New Year, New Laws There are many new laws and rules that went into effect on January 1 concerning health care. Several will impact many residents of the valley. Schedule II Drug Prescriptions: This new law went into effect this past July, but one section of the law just began. The intent of the law […]

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Writing Out Loud: WE NEVER TALK

By Kern Valley Sun / January 8, 2019

Writing Out Loud / George Stahl Today is something called ‘Play God Day.’ Instead of writing about all of the obvious things this day could mean, even though there are a lot of humorous scenarios that could be explored, this column is not about being God at all. Instead, it is focusing on what tomorrow […]

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Letters to the Editor (Pub. 01/09/2019)

By Kern Valley Sun / January 8, 2019

Hospital Auxiliary Donations As President of the KVHD Auxiliary, I would like to extend my appreciation and thanks to the residents of our valley for all your generous donations and patronage of our store. Your donations benefit our local hospital. Without your support we would not be able to purchase the much needed equipment allowing […]

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Writing Out Loud: At What Cost?

By Kern Valley Sun / January 2, 2019

By George Stahl There aren’t many companies around the country that will pay their employees if they refuse to go to work. Not many will put out paychecks if their workers are refusing to work together to get the projects done, and then leave their desks, work stations, factory lines and cash registers in protest […]

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Bodywisdom: The Therapy Brief

By Kern Valley Sun / January 2, 2019

By Nancy Ivey Psychological theory has evolved from the psychoanalysis of Freud where aloof experts treated hysterical patients. The shift toward “humanistic psychology” centers on the “therapeutic alliance” between psychologist and client. The client is recognized as possessing the resources they need to clear the log jamming up their energy field. “Brief Therapy” refers to […]

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Reel Reviews: Aquaman

By Kern Valley Sun / December 31, 2018

Aquaman I guess, perhaps, I am in the DCCU minority: I actually dig what has been done thus far. I am on the pole that enjoyed Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel and I didn’t think Dawn of Justice was complete hogwash. I accept David Ayer’s Suicide Squad finding it fun and highly entertaining. I think […]

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Writing Out Loud: THE SEVEN PLUS ONE

By Kern Valley Sun / December 26, 2018

By George Stahl It was on this day in history, in 1937, that Walt Disney, in a feature cartoon, first introduced us to seven of the most mismatched, thrown together bag of misfits ever assembled by the Brothers Grimm. These little guys were all of 3 feet tall, but had enormous hearts as big as […]

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