Brad Lundberg still in the saddle after 60 years
The old cowboy, these are not words that you would use to describe Brad Lundberg. Yes, he spent most of his life in the saddle. Yes, he has trained many young cowboys to cut and sort and rope cattle. ...
Making the best use of your time
For those who feel that there is nothing to do in Tehachapi, let me tell you that we can disprove that in a moment. Join us at Jacobsen Middle School Gymnasium on Tuesday, April 25 for the Non Profit ...
Rosamond schools, education in 1955
In 1955 the Southern Kern County Union School District proudly announced that it had completed additions to its school and would dedicate its new buildings April 30, 1955. The additions included a...
Can Lyme Disease qualify for Social Security benefits?
According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Lyme Disease is caused by a bacterial infection resulting from the bite of a tick that is very small and often escapes...
Remembering Cousin Carrie Fisher
The setting was a memorial held for both Debbie Reynolds and Carrie at Los Angeles' Forest Lawn, March 25, 2017. Dwight, Debbie Reynolds' white Coton pup, snuggled in close between Leslie Reynolds...
- Meet Your New Neighbors
- Keep on keepin' on
- Back & neck pain: number one cause of disability worldwide
- Fitness, the 'frisky' way
- Scottish Heritage recognized by Church
- The Tehachapi Christian Youth Film Festival
- Honor Flight: old times remembered
- Canine Creek's fundraiser exceeds expectations
- Hall Ambulance employees return to Kern County after being honored
- Tehachapi's first wine tour bus
- See the 'torture device' at the Tehachapi Museum
- Tehachapi Mountain Bike team takes home first place
- Tehachapi Community Theatre's audition workshop for The Drowsy Chaperone
- Studio Elite Competition team places 4th and 9th overall at Starpower
- EFBC's Spring Twilight Tour is here
- Good Deed awards
- TVAA's 2017 Children's Art Contest winners
- Tehachapi Save Mart re-opens with a splash
- Book signing with Barbara H. Schultz
- Micaela Pryor makes Emerson College Dean's List
- Free alternatives to expensive software
- Lions receive service awards
- Tehachapi celebrates Earth Day on April 22 and Marches for Science
- Science marches
- What's Up in Stallion Springs?
- Tehachapi Robotics Team 585 heads to Internationals
- 2017 Fishing Derby
- Easter Egg Hunt
- Bear Valley Springs 33rd Annual Art Show
- 'Little Library' installed at City Hall
- MetroPCS Grand Opening
- Saturdays at the ranch
- Mixing the wet and dry
It's a conspiracy!
Is there a conspiracy surrounding the appraisal report for your home purchase or refinance? Recently a buyer was upset about an appraisal value matching the purchase price, so let’s review the...
Tehachapi City Council Update
Police Foundation Fundraiser Jim Wallace and Kim Nixon, representing the Tehachapi Police Foundation, appeared before the City Council on April 3 to present plans for their Honoring the Thin Blue...
Measuring risk – Part 1
What is risk? In the investment world, risk means uncertainty. It refers to the possibility that you will lose your investment or that an investment will yield less than its anticipated return....
Planting of new trees on Tehachapi Blvd.
Tehachapi's Public Works Department removed eight dead trees along the south side of Tehachapi Blvd. between Curry St. and Green St. and replaced them with eight new trees. The remaining trees on...
2017 Farmers Market starts May 4
Main Street Tehachapi will be presenting Farmers Market to Tehachapi earlier this year, with a move from Railroad Park to Green Street. The market will begin on May 4 this season, and continue every...
Memorial Day Ceremony Planned
Plans for the annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony in Philip Marx Central Park are being finalized by the local veterans organizations along with the Recreation and Parks District. The parade will ...