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Matta, Congress hopeful visits the KRV

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

By Shannon Rapose Kern Valley Sun On Saturday, Feb. 3, Tatiana Matta, a Democratic Candidate for the 23rd Congressional District, came to a local Meet and Greet at Ernie and Vera Anderson’s home in Kernville with the hope of gaining some local insight and perspective on the issues that are important to constituents that live […]

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Health Insurance Matters: New Medicare Cards

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

Health Insurance Matters / Harry P. Thal Hey, Kern Valley. You are getting the scoop before the mainstream media on this one. Personal identity theft affects a large and growing number of seniors. People age 65 or older are increasingly the victims of this type of crime. This is why the Centers for Medicare & […]

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The Reel Cinemaniac: Another Zombie Movie!

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

The Reel Cinemaniac / Josh Simpkins Some filmmakers will be remembered for their giant blockbusters like James Cameron and Michael Bay. Others for their Oscar worthy, thought-provoking contributions to celluloid such as John Ford, Francis Ford Coppola, and Milos Forman. Then there are those who will be remembered for visceral, sanguine, gore-filled nightmares brought to […]

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Fishing with Noble: The Comeback of Lake Isabella

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

Fishing with Noble / Noble Smith It seems that the great Isabella Lake is in a little slump. I have been fishing Isabella Lake since the mid-60s. I have witnessed all of the scenarios. High water, slow fishing, high water, great fishing. Low water, slow fishing, low water, great fishing. Back in the day when […]

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Reel Reviews: The Greatest Showman

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

Reel Reviews / Josh Simpkins Sometimes I go into a movie cold. I know who the major stars in the film are and the basics of what the storyline is about, but I try not to go beyond that bit of knowledge. I don’t watch the trailers or television spots. I don’t read synopses or […]

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Bodywisdom: COSMOLOGY & CONSCIOUSNESS

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

Bodywisdom / Nancy Ivey Like many other people, I awoke early on the last day of January 2018 to watch the full lunar eclipse of the Super Blue Moon. The second full moon within the same month is known as a “Blue Moon.” The full lunar eclipse occurs when both the moon and earth align […]

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Healthy Living: Your Driving Assessment

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

Healthy Living / Christine Harness Way back during my happy high school years, we students actually got to enjoy a ‘for credit’ course of drivers training, with detailed emphasis on the rules of the road and included how to drive safely on those icy, snow-covered rural Pennsylvania roads in the harsh winters. Our instructor cared […]

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From the desk of Evangelic Eve

By Kern Valley Sun / February 6, 2018

Good mornin’, everyone! I’ve been campaignin’ to be yer next Whiskey Flat Mayor for a few weeks now and it’s gettin’ perty close! We jes got us a few more events before we got to turn in all our bribes early Sunday mornin’ (on the 18th) so’s they can be counted before we’ head to […]

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