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Cork N’ Fork: Raising glasses while raising funds

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

By Ashley Loza Kern Valley Sun Starlite Lounge came out swinging with the third annual Cork N Fork Food and Wine Festival on Saturday, November 3. This year, rather than making use of Starlite’s parking area, the event expanded to nearby Rivernook Campground in Kernville. This year’s event raised a total of $8,170, with a […]

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Introducing Honei Goyette: New first grade teacher at Wallace

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

What is your educational background? I completed my Associate Degree majoring in Sociology with a minor in Psychology. I then completed my Bachelor Degree with honors, majoring in Education with a specialty in Child Development. I am currently working toward my Master Degree in Education. Where are you from? I lived and went to school […]

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DLE hoping for holiday donations

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

PRESS RELEASE Delta Liquid Energy Delta Liquid Energy (DLE), a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated propane marketing company with eight locations throughout California and one in Nevada, announces their 2018 holiday donation drive. The company is excited to partner with the following local non-profit organizations in an effort to give back this holiday season: The Toy […]

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OCC operating in full force

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

  Photos submitted by Christina Denys / Kern Valley Sun TOP: Ashley Denys volunteering last Saturday in front of Rite Aid. Next Saturday, Nov. 10, there will be Packing Party at the Kernville Chamber of Commerce meeting room from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.. For more info call 760-417-2279. BOTTOM: OCC volunteers (left to right) Irene […]

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Spreading love with peanut butter

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

  TOP: Children of members also got involved by making sandwiches and helping to pack the sack lunches the night before. The children pictured are Caleb, age 13, Quade, age 10, Grady, age 8, Maggie, age 6, Faye, age 3, Kaelyn, age 9, Annabelle, age 7, Kayden, age 10, Morgan, age 6,Emma, age 3, and […]

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Fall Fest 2018

By Kern Valley Sun / November 2, 2018

Pups race to the finish line a the Dachshund Races.Children enjoy the egg toss.Ridgecrest Fire Spinning Troop lights up the night.Harvey dressed as the world’s shortest mummy.Children hop to the finish line in the sack races.Scooby Doo celebrates a win at the Costume Contest.Supergirl and Batman celebrate their first place win in the Costume Contest.Brooke […]

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On your marks, get set, go-kart!

By Kern Valley Sun / October 30, 2018

ABOVE: In a new endeavor between Kern Valley High School and Sheriff’s Activity League (SAL), (left to right) students Jack Cave, Devin Harp, and Michael Anglin now have the opportunity to build a one-of-a-kind go-cart with Deputy Josh Cain, far left. BELOW: In the AG Shop at Kern Valley High School, students build their go-cart […]

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KV substation unveils new medication drop-off box

By Kern Valley Sun / October 30, 2018

On Friday, October 26, the Kern Valley KCSO substation held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their new medication drop-off box. This will allow for residents to dispose of their unwanted and unused medications, no questions asked. The boxes are used to keep drugs out of the hands of juveniles and criminals. It is not […]

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