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Valley Fitness: A solution to your resolution

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

By George Stahl Special to the Sun The time for making those well-meaning New Year’s resolutions is only 40 days away, but planning on them can certainly begin now. Statically, the most common and arguably the most popular, rating at the top 25% of these promises we make to ourselves is losing weight, or getting […]

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Merry & Bright: 7th Annual Rides & Rods Toy Run

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

  Kernville Saloon owner Jim Gordon and Yvonne Pickerell of KRV Toys for Tots stand behind some of the donated toys received at the 7th Annual Rides & Rods Toy Run, which took place last Saturday. The event benefits the local Kern Valley Toys for Tots foundation which helps make Christmas merry and bright for […]

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Exchange Club Honors Local Pastors

By Kern Valley Sun / November 20, 2018

  Exchange Club of Kern Valley honored local pastors last week at a luncheon at Paradise Cove in celebration of their “One Nation Under God” program. L-R Front row: Pianist Karen Bennett and Pastor Jamie Lanza (First Baptist Lake Isabella), Music Minister Phyllis Skidmore and Pastor Carol Clayton (Grace Chapel), Pastor Tony Rivera and Operation […]

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Celebrating the Wild and Scenic Kern River

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Those of us who live in the Kern River Valley often take the Kern River for granted when it only appears in the background as we go about our daily activities. But it plays an important role in our own lives and in those of visitors who often […]

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First Annual Tie the Knot Wedding Showcase

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

      It was a beautiful fall day on Saturday, November 10, as perspective brides and guests attended the first annual Tie the Knot Wedding Showcase at the Grove in Mountain River Adventures (MRA) Campground near Kernville. Vendors from around Kern River Valley and Bakersfield had attendees sampling cakes, discussing potential catering options, fantasizing […]

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Lost in Obsidian: Concerned, not scared

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

By George Stahl Special to the Sun Fossil Falls is an area located approximately 1 mile off of Hwy. 395, near Little Lake, in Inyo County. It is a very popular site for day hikers, campers and rock hounds. One of those hikers is 82-year-old Weldon resident Opal Sass. Sass is no stranger to the […]

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Learning From the Best: Marvel illustrator visits KVHS

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

    Photos Submitted by Kern Valley High School Last week, Kern Valley High School had an assembly with Marvel Comics illustrator Jarry DeCaire, who has worked on popular titles like X-Men and Deadpool. The illustrator showed KVHS students how to draw the iconic characters on a projector at the Woodrow Wallace Middle School gym. […]

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OCC spreading love and cheer

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

On November 10 an Operation Christmas Child packing party was held at Kernville Chamber of Commerce building. Nearly 100 boxes were filled with gifts to be sent to children in need.    

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