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Writing Out Loud: TRICK OR TREAT…GO TO JAIL

By Kern Valley Sun / November 7, 2018

By George Stahl Trick or treat. Smell my feet…now meet your roommate, Bubba. That could be the warning placed on Halloween costumes of the future. According to a new law in Chesapeake, Virginia, if any person over the age of 12 years shall engage in the activity commonly known as ‘trick or treat’ or any […]

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Bodywisdom: IMAGINATION ENCIRCLES THE WORLD

By Kern Valley Sun / November 7, 2018

By Nancy Ivey With the promise of long winter nights ahead, I have been considering fun activities we can do after dark. Taking an online class in lucid dreaming is teaching me to wake up in my dreams and drive the direction things are going. Since I don’t remember my dreams the class is a […]

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Conner’s Corner: Which numbers do you prescribe to?

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

Conner’s Corner Ray Conner Okay, The Boston Red Sox are the World Series champions this season, and that means that the baseball season is over. I’m real glad the Dodgers got beat, and before all of you say, “At least they got there,” well, that still makes them the first loser. But enough of that; […]

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Fishing with Nobel Smith: City of Hope Lives Up to Its Name

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

Fishing with Noble / Noble Smith After almost a year of fighting Multiple Myeloma cancer, it’s showtime. I received my stem cell transplant at the City of Hope on October 10. They call this ‘Day 0,’ my new birthday. After transplant, the staff of nurses and helpers came to my room and sang “Happy Birthday.” […]

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Healthy Living: Consolidation

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

Consolidation Recently, my husband and I were reminiscing about a past antique car tour we had taken, and as we re-lived and reviewed the experience, I was interrupted by my husband, who said, “No, that took place on a previous tour to the same area, but on an earlier tour.” It startled me enough to […]

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Writing Out Loud: IT’S ALIVE! ALIVE!

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

By George Stahl It’s no secret, so there is no reason to sneak up on you with what today is. Obviously, it’s Wednesday, or you wouldn’t be reading this. What? Oh, yeah, it’s also October 31, the last day of the month. No! What? Oh…okay. It’s also two days after one of the most frightening, […]

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Letters to the Editor (Pub. 10/31/18)

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

Free Gift Dear Editor: In a previous article you highlighted me (Ralph D. Hermansen) a local author. Thank you for that. I would like to give your readers a gift. From Oct 29 through Nov 2, my eBook Becoming: our origins, our evolution, and our emergence as an intelligent species will be free for those […]

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Valley Voice (Pub. 10/31/18)

By Kern Valley Sun / October 31, 2018

  As we all know we have an important election to participate in on November 6. All elections are important, and they all have consequences, as President Obama once so famously said. Elections are the opportunity for each American, to speak our minds in a meaningful and effective way. November 2018 is no different…except for […]

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Health Insurance Matters: Medicare Miscommunications

By Kern Valley Sun / October 30, 2018

Terminology can get a person in trouble. Regrettably, “not knowing” is not an excuse to avoid expense and aggravation. I read about this frequently. I am even on a task force to change this law. But, here’s what happened. A prospective client is turning age 65 and has a younger spouse. He informs me that […]

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Writing Out Loud: BEAM ME UP, GIL

By Kern Valley Sun / October 24, 2018

By George Stahl If you are a descendant of a man named Gil Perez, you may have a genetic makeup that could have you saying, “Hey! How did I get here?” Yes sir, if Gil is an ancestor of yours, you may want to be careful the next time you decide to take a cat […]

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