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KV 4-H visits Skyview Dairy

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 9, 2018

Photos by Jocelyn Newfield / Special to the Sun On Wednesday, Jan. 3, members of Kern Valley 4-H participated in a field trip to Skyview Dairy in Shafter where they learned all about the milking process and got a taste of what it takes to run a dairy farm. Rebecca McClean, a 4-H leader for […]

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Serving up breakfast to those who served

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 2, 2018

Top photo: Honor Flight Kern County hosted a veterans breakfast on December 14 at the VFW in Lake Isabella. Shown standing is Honor Flight’s Gary Zuber sharing a laugh with Kevin McCarthy’s Field Representative, Keenan Hoschschild (seated at left). These breakfasts are held free of charge for veterans and their families on the second Thursday […]

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Locals attend 45th anniversary screening of Silent Running

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 2, 2018

Photo submitted by Tam Hartman / Kern Valley Sun On Wednesday, Dec. 13, Kernville resident and local filmmaker Chuck Barbee (pictured middle, at left) attended the 45th anniversary screening of Silent Running with Tam Hartman (middle, at right) and posed with Producer Michael Gruskoff (left) and Special Effects Guru and Director Doug Trumbull (right). Chuck […]

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Elks deliver Christmas to 46 local families

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 2, 2018

Photo submitted by Patricia Terrell of the Kern River Valley Elks Lodge On December 23, 2017, the Kern River Valley Elks delivered clothing, toys, Christmas breakfast and Christmas dinner to 46 families in the Valley. In total, the Elks provided food and presents to 99 adults and 110 children. The annual program is made possible […]

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Sharing joy and food in the KRV

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 2, 2018

Photos by Christina Denys / Kern Valley Sun Top: On Christmas Eve, more than 200 food boxes were handed out by volunteers at the Food Pantry in Bodfish. People in need from all over the Kern River Valley lined up from early morning to late afternoon to receive some much needed food for the holiday. […]

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Bodywisdom: Why Babies Need the Evolved Nest

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 2, 2018

Bodywisdom / Nancy Ivey The classic image at New Year’s where old Father Time represents the year just ended while the bannered New Year’s baby emerges onstage, heralds the iconic star of a conference I attended in San Diego recently. Sponsored by the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH) the international congress […]

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KRV schools spread holiday cheer

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 2, 2018

Children from Rush 2 Learning, Wallace Elementary and South Fork Elementary dressed in their holiday best, sang and danced to new and old Christmas classics during their annual Christmas programs on Friday, Dec. 22. Photos by Shannon Rapose / Kern Valley Sun & Krysti Bryant / Special to the Sun

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Your Medicare costs in 2018

By Kern Valley Sun Support / January 2, 2018

Medicare & You / Greg Dills How much will your Medicare cost in the coming year? The numbers just came out, so let’s go over them. We’ll start with the Medicare Part B premium. Part B covers doctor services, outpatient hospital services, certain home health services, durable medical equipment, and other items. The standard monthly […]

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