For most men, getting older is a distant thought; a time when bucket-list items are crossed off the list, financial goals are accomplished, and retirement awaits. But then, one day, we wake up and realize that we're not just getting older - we are older. Workouts in the gym start to cause more aches and pains the next morning. Keeping weight off around the midsection is much harder than it once was. Stretching before an impromptu game of basketball isn't just a good idea - it's necessary for you to perform. And that gets to the crux of what men hate most about aging - the inability to perform as they used to, whether it's in the bedroom or on the basketball court.
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Latest News in Kernville, CA
Rivernook Campground located in Kernville California is seeking a part or full time reservationists
Kern Valley Sun Reporthttps://kernvalleysun.com/stories/641369530-rivernook-campground-located-in-kernville-california-is-seeking-a-part-or-full-time-reservationists
Rivernook Campground located in Kernville California is seeking a part or full time reservationists.RESERVATIONISTDEFINITION: A reservationist is someone who works in customer service and takes reservations for customers. They typically work at a front desk of an office or company in a customer-facing position. They assist customers over the phone, in person, via email answering their questions and organizing their reservation plans while providing excellent customer service.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: ...
Rivernook Campground located in Kernville California is seeking a part or full time reservationists.
DEFINITION: A reservationist is someone who works in customer service and takes reservations for customers. They typically work at a front desk of an office or company in a customer-facing position. They assist customers over the phone, in person, via email answering their questions and organizing their reservation plans while providing excellent customer service.
• Assisting and advising customers who may be choosing from a variety of campground sites.
• Making reservations for customers based on their various requirements and budgetary allowances.
• Checking the availability of accommodation on the customers’ desired travel dates.
• Helping plan travel itineraries by suggesting local tourist attractions and places of interest.
• Processing payments and sending confirmation details to customers.
• Appropriately apply additional charges as required to all reservations.
• Sorting out any issues that may arise with bookings or reservations while adhering to the Company’s policies and procedures.
• Selling and promoting reservation services.
• Answering any questions customers might have about the reservation process.
• Up-selling, when appropriate, by informing customers of additional services, special packages, or local events.
• Providing support to customers who may need to amend or cancel a reservation while adhering to the Company’s policies and procedures
• Assists in distributing press releases, flyers, and other promotional materials to advertise and promote Rivernook Campground.
• Under direction, maintains inventory of office supplies and equipment.
• Under direction, orders and organizes all necessary supplies and equipment.
• Collects fees for use of the campground facility, retail items.
• Prepares appropriate daily financial reports at the completion of each shift and deposits money accordingly.
• Increases sales by reaching out to repeat guests. Run a report in Resnexus by selecting: Reports (left side), Reports, Guest, Repeat Guests.
• Cleaning tasks as assigned or required; performs routine opening/closing duties to ensure security, safety and fire prevention standards.
Performs related duties as required.
Education and/or Experience: High school diploma/GED preferred. Experience in a similar role or the basic knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties described.
One year of customer service experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Ability to provide a friendly and respectful environment for excellent customer service.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; effectively work with people of
varied socio-economic standing; understand, explain and apply policies and procedures; and deal constructively with conflict and develop effective resolutions; use a computer and a variety of software programs.
Working knowledge of concessions sales and inventory.
Have excellent written and verbal communication skills; have multitasking and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks.
Be proficient in Microsoft office suite and Google Suite with data entry experience and be able to work flexible hours.
Possession of or ability to obtain a Class C California driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record.
Other duties as assigned by the Chief Operation Officer
Employment applications are available at Rivernook Campground, 14001 Sierra Way, Kernville, CA or online at rivernookcampground.comapply.
Current evacuation orders, warnings and shelters for Kern County
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — UPDATED MARCH 14 2:30 P.M.: Here are the current evacuation orders, warnings and shelters for Kern County during the atmospheric river.EVACUATION ORDERS/WARNINGS:An evacuation order has been issued for Riverkern, low-lying areas of Kernville, all of Wofford Heights, Cane Peak Court, McFarland, and Pond.Areas of Riverkern and low-lying areas of Kernville impacted are: South of Riverkern, between Sierra Way and Burlando Road, North of the Ke...
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — UPDATED MARCH 14 2:30 P.M.: Here are the current evacuation orders, warnings and shelters for Kern County during the atmospheric river.
An evacuation order has been issued for Riverkern, low-lying areas of Kernville, all of Wofford Heights, Cane Peak Court, McFarland, and Pond.
Areas of Riverkern and low-lying areas of Kernville impacted are: South of Riverkern, between Sierra Way and Burlando Road, North of the Kernville Airport.
All of Wofford Heights impacted.
Areas Cane Peak Court are: Residences that are North and South of Bruton Way, including homes on Cane Peak Court and Homestead Court, East to Split Mountain Way, and homes on Anchorage Way East to Earl Pascoe Road.
Areas of McFarland are: Elmo Highway South to East Sherwood Avenue between San Lucas Street West To Highway 99.
Areas of Pond are: The Northeast corner of Highway 43 and Schuster Road, East to Wasco-Pond Road, South to, and including the residences at the Southwest Corner of ‘B’ Street and Pond Road
An evacuation warning is in effect for the residents near Poso Creek: Elmo Highway South to Famoso Road between Driver Road West to Highway 99.
The evacuation map can be found here.
Officials said current and expected weather conditions along with multiple areas of observed soil movement confirm that a landslide is highly likely in Wofford Heights. Due to this extreme life hazard an Evacuation Order has been issued for all of Wofford Heights.
KCFD said officials continue to watch Caliente Creek toward the community of Lamont; however, retaining ponds constructed over the last few years is collecting the creek runoff.
An evacuation center has been set up at Kern Valley High School, 3340 Erskine Creek Road, Lake Isabella, CA 93240. Animal Services will assist with sheltering companion animals at the center.
If you have any physical limitations and require assistance related to this notification, please call the Aging and Adult Services hotline at 1-855-264-6565.
An evacuation center has been set up at the 11th Avenue Community Center, 200 West 11th Avenue, Delano, CA 93215. Animal Services will assist with sheltering companion animals at the center.
ReadyKern is a state-of-the-art emergency notification system that alerts residents and businesses about natural disasters and other crises. The emergency notification system enables Kern County to provide essential information quickly in various situations, such as earthquakes, severe weather, fires, floods, or evacuation of buildings or neighborhoods.
To sign up for alerts, click here.
Click here for a list of road closures for Kern County by the Kern County Public Works.
Click here for a list of highway and interstate conditions in Kern County by Caltrans.
Power outages are expected for many customers throughout the county.
To check for PG&E's outages, click here.
To check for Southern California Edison outages, click here.
Spotlight on the Kern Valley Museum: Pioneers in Old Kernville's cemetery 1870-1898
Linda E. Adamshttps://kernvalleysun.com/stories/640156171-spotlight-on-the-kern-valley-museum-pioneers-in-old-kernville-s-cemetery-1870-1898
Pioneers from all over the Kern River Valley, maybe as many as 1,000 people, are buried in the pioneer cemetery at Old Kernville. The first known burials in that cemetery were in about 1870. Old Kernville had been founded in 1860, as the rowdy gold mining town of Whiskey Flat.In 1864, the women of the new town renamed it Kernville. The cemetery was about half a mile north-northwest up the hill, above town. Both the historic and the current cemetery are maintained by the Kern River Valley Cemetery District, which was established by the...
Pioneers from all over the Kern River Valley, maybe as many as 1,000 people, are buried in the pioneer cemetery at Old Kernville. The first known burials in that cemetery were in about 1870. Old Kernville had been founded in 1860, as the rowdy gold mining town of Whiskey Flat.
In 1864, the women of the new town renamed it Kernville. The cemetery was about half a mile north-northwest up the hill, above town. Both the historic and the current cemetery are maintained by the Kern River Valley Cemetery District, which was established by the Kern County Board of Supervisors in 1950. At the front gate of the historic cemetery, you’ll find the monument that, in 1937, designated Old Kernville as California Historic Landmark No. 13. In 1953, the monument was saved from the lake and moved uphill to the historic cemetery.
The Joseph Caldwell (1806, Kentucky-1871) family monument is one of the oldest, still standing in Old Kernville’s cemetery. Caldwell was a founding father of both Old Kernville and Kern County. He and Judge Joseph Warren Sumner were partners in the Big Blue Mine & Mill outside Old Kernville, and Caldwell built the first house in the area. In 1866, Caldwell was on the committee that drafted resolutions to separate Kern County from Los Angeles County, and establish Havilah as the seat of Kern County. Caldwell Creek, between New Kernville and the Hi Ho Lodge on Sierra Way, is named for this Old Kernville pioneer.
One of the earliest pioneers on the east side of the KRV, William Henry Scodie, (1825, Germany-1898) is also buried in Old Kernville's cemetery. Scodie built the historic Onyx Store, which still stands in 2023 on Highway 178, between South Fork School and Onyx. In 1856, Scodie had come to Keyesville, where he ran a small hotel. He bought a ranch on the South Fork in 1861. In the Adobe Ranch building, he established a stage stop, hotel, store, bank and blacksmith shop. His only neighbors were J.V. Roberts and his native wife Ellen at the Bloomfield Ranch to the west. Maybe because of the remoteness, Scodie was plagued with robberies. Infamous outlaws, the Tiburcio Vasquez gang, are said to have stolen $800, a string of horses and a change of clothes.
In the early 1870s, Scodie married a young Tübatulabal woman named White Blanket (1850-1879?). When a name was needed for a new post office at Scodie Station, their only daughter Sophia (1873-1893) chose to name the new town Onyx. The Scodie Mountains, east of Onyx, are named for William H. The beautiful White Blanket, Tübatulabal land on the South Fork of the Kern River, is named for the first Mrs. Scodie. In 1992, at Bob Power's recommendation, a simple plaque to mark White Blanket's grave was placed by the Scodie family in their plot at KV's historic cemetery.
KCFD urges caution for soil instability in wake of Hurricane Hilary
Although the Kern Valley escaped the worst of Hurricane Hilary's fury this weekend, there were some evacuation warnings issued for parts of Wofford Heights.According to Facebook messages from the Kern County Fire Department, the Calgary Tract in Wofford Heights Area (Zone KRN 722-B) was issued an evacuation warning via the ReadyKern system on Monday before being downgraded to an advisory."Residences that are north and south of Bruton Way, including homes on Cane Peak Court and Homestead Court, East to Split Mountain Way, a...
Although the Kern Valley escaped the worst of Hurricane Hilary's fury this weekend, there were some evacuation warnings issued for parts of Wofford Heights.
According to Facebook messages from the Kern County Fire Department, the Calgary Tract in Wofford Heights Area (Zone KRN 722-B) was issued an evacuation warning via the ReadyKern system on Monday before being downgraded to an advisory.
"Residences that are north and south of Bruton Way, including homes on Cane Peak Court and Homestead Court, East to Split Mountain Way, and homes on Anchorage Way East to Earl Pascoe Road" were affected, according to the KCFD.
As of Tuesday morning, the new Genasys warning system for earthquakes, wildfires and floods was reporting no active public safety issues ongoing in Lake Isabella, Wofford Heights or Kernville – although the system did caution Wofford Heights residents to watch for unstable soil in the aftermath of the weekend's heavy rains.
CalTrans District 6 reported on its Facebook feed that neither Highway 178 nor the Kern Canyon saw any weekend rain closures.
A Flood Watch that had been issued Friday has expired, although the National Weather Service precipitation map indicated that between 3 and 4 inches of rain had fallen across the region.
"The Be Aware Advisory for Kern County Mountain Communities has been lifted. There are no further advisories in place at this time. The storm [has] passed, please continue to be alert of possible soil instabilities," KCFD stated. That included Lake Isabella.
The monsoon caused a temporary rise in river levels. Measured Monday morning at 4 a.m., the Kern River spiked at 10.51 feet when levels hovered between 4-5 feet before the storm. Fortunately, flooding was not expected, as the levels had dropped to 7.5 feet at 3:15 a.m. as of Tuesday.
The South Fork of the Kern River near Onyx peaked at 7.56 feet at 4 a.m. Monday before falling to 6.47 feet by 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service out of Hanford was predicting mild conditions in the Kern Valley for the rest of the week, with highs around 80 and lows in the mid-60s.
The Kern County Fire Department was prepared Friday for the potential storm by coordinating distribution of sandbags. These locations were Lake Isabella behind the Veterans Center at Kneale Ave and Lake Isabella Blvd. and in Wofford Heights south of East Evans Road east of Lakeview Drive.
Traveler's day trip to Kernvile revisits history
Nothing like a day trip with a dear sweet friend who is always up for the challenge. Patty and I have been friends for more years than I count.After I recently read an article in the “Daily Mail” in the UK about the foundation of a ghost town being revealed, sadly due to the drought, I was set on a visit.My mother's father, Alan James, was a western movie writer and director from 1920 to 1950. He worked with Hoot Gibson, Tom Mix and rather exclusively with Ken Maynard. He made over 70 films in his career for Republi...
Nothing like a day trip with a dear sweet friend who is always up for the challenge. Patty and I have been friends for more years than I count.
After I recently read an article in the “Daily Mail” in the UK about the foundation of a ghost town being revealed, sadly due to the drought, I was set on a visit.
My mother's father, Alan James, was a western movie writer and director from 1920 to 1950. He worked with Hoot Gibson, Tom Mix and rather exclusively with Ken Maynard. He made over 70 films in his career for Republic, Monogram and RKO studios.
The location used most frequently was a place called Kernville, whose first and most colorful name was Whiskey Flat. This was the site of pioneers, cowboys and a massacre of 35 Indians – not the most stellar (and certainly a very dark) association. The Old West held its stories of shameful events.
The original Kernville location later had a "movie street" where Hollywood found a natural setting to recreate the Wild West. Though it was over a two-hour drive to get there, it was certainly a quicker journey than my grandparents and mom went on.
My mom told me wonderful stories of her time at Kernville. How my granddad would have the cowboys ride down a hill at a good speed (safety for the horses, he loved them), and whoever made it down the hill got the job. He only wanted true cowboys working in his movies. It was truly a different time.
In 1953, the beautiful Kern River flowed into Isabella Lake. A manmade oasis, the cost was flooding the original town of Kernville. People who lived there could either have their homes moved by the government to higher ground where Kernville now stands or be paid for their homes.
The old western town was flooded and submerged under water. The buildings of the Old West found a watery grave border by the beauty of the Sequoia National Park.
My mom wanted to show me the beauty and history of her past. But the town of her past could no longer be seen. When I heard that some foundations were exposed due to the low water levels, I had to follow that path and visit my family history, which had been captured only in stories.
It's an indescribable feeling to stand where history was written but also to feel a connection to a man I sadly never met. It came with the terrible reality of the drought, the water levels being critically low. The lake was in a battle of the past. Mother nature and man will constantly fight this battle, fighting hard like it was in the Wild West.