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Kernville gets historical

By Kern Valley Sun / May 21, 2019

This past weekend, the Kern Valley Museum hosted its annual History Days event in Kernville. A variety of activities were available to participants, including Native American crafts, gold panning demonstrations and music at the Pack Station.          

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Happy Feet Dancers twist and shout

By Kern Valley Sun / May 21, 2019

On May 11, the annual Happy Feet Dance took place at Faith Community Church in Wofford Heights. This month’s theme was ‘Rock Around the Clock’ rock’n’roll sock hop. The Happy Feet Dance is a special needs dance for all ages and their immediate families. The next dance is on August 10 at the First Baptist […]

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Motus comes to Kern River Valley

By Kern Valley Sun / May 21, 2019

By Alexis Morales Special to the Sun There has been large decline for many bird species during the past century and recent research has shown that most fatalities occur during the period of migration. More than 400 species of birds migrate from North America to South America. With such a large number of birds that […]

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Creating new fish stories for veterans

By Kern Valley Sun / May 15, 2019

  By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Fish stories are known to be exaggerations, but it couldn’t be more true that the military veterans who participated in the first Kern River Valley (KRV) Anglers Anonymous Fishing Social on May 11 came back to shore with smiles as big as their faces were wide. The […]

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Nuui Cunni celebrates spring

By Kern Valley Sun / May 15, 2019

On May 11, the Nuui Cunni Cultural Center hosted a Spring Gathering. A variety of activities were available to the numerous attendees, including Native American drumming, raffles, demonstrations and Indian tacos.    

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Keysville: A walk through time

By Kern Valley Sun / May 15, 2019

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun It’s hard to imagine what the now isolated and fragmented town of Keysville was like during its gold rush heyday packed with thousands of temporary workers and residents. The many colorful stories and descriptions of their hard mining life came to life during a combined lecture and field […]

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Wallace welcomes families

By Kern Valley Sun / May 15, 2019

On Thursday, May 9, Woodrow Wallace Elementary and Middle schools hosted a Family Festival. Parents and student enjoyed a variety of activities from raffles, dinner, to a talent show hosted by WMS students.  

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RYLA particpants retell

By Kern Valley Sun / May 7, 2019

By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun The 2019 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards have wrapped up, and Kern Valley High School’s participants have nothing but good things to say about their experience. Juniors Juan-Carlos Lopez and Joey Moyer and sophomores Hailey Edge and Caley Osorio left the Kern River Valley to spend 4 days at this […]

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