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Suburbs of Inyokern: Pearsonville.
Zip codes in the city: 93527.
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Facts about the city
Inyokern (formerly, Siding 16 and Magnolia) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Kern County, California, United States. Inyokern is located 8 miles (13 km) west of Ridgecrest, at an elevation of 2434 feet (742 m). It is on the western side of the Indian Wells Valley. The population was 1,099 at the 2010 census, up from 984 at the 2000 census. It was a railroad town established along the Southern Pacific railroad Lone Pine Branch (now removed). It is served by Inyokern Airport.
It was revealed by Columbia Daily Tribune on August 3rd, 2014 that Vernon I "Vern" Jones passed on in Columbia, Missouri. Jones was 65 years old and was born in Inyokern, CA. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Vernon I "Vern"'s life.
It was reported by Austin American Statesman on July 1st, 2012 that Ann "Nanny" Williams (Ivy) passed away in Georgetown, Texas. Ms. Williams was 62 years old and was born in Inyokern, CA. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Ann "Nanny"'s life.
It was written by The Porterville Recorder on October 27th, 2011 that Francis Leota Perkins (Peeks) perished in Inyokern, California. Ms. Perkins was 76 years old and was born in Sapulpa, OK. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Francis Leota's life.
It was noted by Santa Maria Times on June 9th, 2011 that Richard James Gifford died in Inyokern, California. Gifford was 67 years old and was born in Forest Grove, OR. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Richard James's life.
With the onset of World War II the Department of the Navy located its new warfare center in Inyokern. Today Inyokern serves as a sparsely populated bedroom community for those workers on the military base and in the town of Ridgecrest desiring a more rural lifestyle or those who cannot afford housing in Ridgecrest. It was a railroad town established along the Southern Pacific railroad Lone Pine Branch (now removed). The population of the town peaked in approximately 1988 following a period of expansion on the nearby Naval base, but has dwindled since that time, and many properties were abandoned during the military downsizing of the 1990s. The military base was subsequently moved to the east and the city of Ridgecrest was born as a commercial support center for that base.
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