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President’s Message: Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce

By Kern Valley Sun / July 31, 2018

By Marsha Smith Wow, the response from the community has been enormous since the article on the fireworks appeared in the Kern Valley Sun recently. Starlite Lounge has offered to allocate this year’s “Cork & Fork” festival to the fireworks, and several businesses that have not been supportive in the past have stepped up offering […]

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Exchange Club awards Book of Golden Deeds

By Kern Valley Sun / July 24, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Tireless volunteer Charlie Busch was honored for his endless hours of community service by receiving the 2018 Book of Golden Deeds award from The Exchange Club of Kern Valley at a dinner held at Paradise Cove on July 17. The honoree called it “the most prestigious evening of […]

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KRV PROFILES: George McNinch

By Kern Valley Sun / July 24, 2018

By Elise Modrovich Special to the Sun “Semper Fidelis” signifies the dedication that individual Marines have to “Corps and country,” and to their fellow Marines. It is a way of life. Said one former Marine, “It is not negotiable. It is not relative, but absolute…Marines pride themselves on their mission and steadfast dedication to accomplish […]

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Club News (Pub. 07/25/2018)

By Kern Valley Sun / July 24, 2018

Club News is offered as a public service to the many non-profit clubs and groups in the Kern River Valley. Club News runs in the Sun on the last week of every month. To ensure your information appears correctly and in a timely manner, please submit by mail, fax, or email by Thursday at 4:00 […]

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Kern River Conservancy cleans up

By Kern Valley Sun / July 17, 2018

Photos by Gary Ananian / Kern River Conservancy It was a beautiful day to be on the wild and scenic Kern River on Saturday, July 14, as Kern River Conservancy teamed up with friends from Backcountry Hunters & Anglers – California and Southern Sierra Fly Fishers for a quick river cleanup on the North Fork […]

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Nolan “The Champ” on the path to victory

By Kern Valley Sun / July 17, 2018

By Shannon Rapose Kern Valley Sun It has been 2 months since Nolan “The Champ” Lanza received a transplant of cord blood stem cells on May 14 in hopes of curing his hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH), a life-threatening immunodeficiency with common symptoms of fevers, enlarged spleen, low blood counts, and liver abnormalities. Nolan was diagnosed with […]

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Charlie Busch is tops in voice and deed

By Kern Valley Sun / July 10, 2018

By Debbie Teofilo Special to the Sun Charlie Busch is everywhere, both with his voice on the radio and physically when he’s volunteering at the many non-profit fundraisers throughout the Kern River Valley (KRV). His endless hours of service have made such a positive difference to the community that he is being awarded the coveted […]

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WUMC celebrates freedom with fun

By Kern Valley Sun / July 10, 2018

Photos By Christina Denys/ Kern Valley Sun On Wednesday, July 4, the Weldon United Methodist Church hosted an Independence Day Celebration to beat the heat and have some fun with hand-churned ice cream, popcorn, a watermelon eating contest, carnival style games and a piñata. Photos By Christina Denys/ Kern Valley Sun Participants Taeza Henry (left) […]

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SAL visits Sacramento

By Kern Valley Sun / July 10, 2018

Photo By Deputy Cassie Fernandez / Lamont Sheriff’s Activity League Kern Valley Sheriff’s Activity League (SAL) members (left to right) Ashely Denys, Krista Witten, Johnny Wedgehorst, Kyle Denys and Deputy Cain were all smiles when they were invited to tour the Capital building in Sacramento on July 5 and 6 along with members of the […]

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