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CSF Signing Night at KVHS

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Alexis Morales Kern Valley Sun California Scholarship Federation hosted their annual college signing night Thursday May 14th at 6 p.m. Practicing social distancing, parents and students came together to celebrate those who are going to 4 year colleges. The event was hosted by Kern Valley’s CSF advisor Erin Woodwards, and Principle John Meyers. The […]

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Gift ideas for high school grads

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Metro Creative Special Events High school graduation is a significant milestone in the lives of teenagers. The moment a teenager receives a high school diploma marks the culmination of years of hard work, and many parents and extended family members reward that hard work with gifts. The transition from high school student to college […]

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Back in the saddle again

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Julie Giyer Kern Valley Sun Running into a mother bear and her cub last week did not stop Rochelle Votaw from going back out to do what she loves. Votaw, along with friends from Huntington Beach hiked Sawmill and Mt. Pinos on the Kern and Ventura County Lines in the Los Padres National Forest. […]

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Profile: Who is Gary Ananian?

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Julie Giyer Kern Valley Sun Gary Ananian was born in raised in Hollywood, Calif. He has been coming to the Kern River Valley for over 2o years to camp and white-water raft. His first journey to the KRV didn’t begin until the late 2000s when Ananian and a friend were watching the show Man […]

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California King Snakes

By Kern Valley Sun / May 20, 2020

By Al PriceSubmission Kingsnakes are constrictors. This means that they squeeze their prey to death and swallow it whole. There are some common misconceptions about how constricting works. One way is that constrictors crush or break the bones of their prey. Another is that they suffocate it, squeezing the prey’s lungs too tightly to work. […]

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KVHD to open COVID-19 testing center

By Kern Valley Sun / May 13, 2020

By Debbie TeofiloSpecial to the Sun The State of California holds the key to unlocking the Kern County economy after the pandemic shutdown. How quickly it can re-open will be determined by meeting state criteria, including having low infection rates and the ability to continually monitor and trace active cases to avoid future spreading of […]

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Hiker trapped by a bear on Cannell Trail in Kernville

By Kern Valley Sun / May 13, 2020

By Julie Giyer Kern Valley Sun Rochelle Votaw, local resident of Weldon is an avid hiker. She goes on hikes with groups and alone, and has been doing it now for four years. Votaw decided to hike alone on the Cannell Trail in Kernville on Sunday, May 10. She set out at 4:00 a.m. and […]

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Online storytime with Kern County Library

By Kern Valley Sun / May 6, 2020

By Daniel Riley Kern Valley Sun Have you been wondering what the libraries in the county have been up to while not having physical libraries open? Well, the Kern county library website has been offering an assortment of virtual options for books, audio books and even activities for those losing their hair in this stressful […]

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