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Articles from the September 17, 2016 edition

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Geriatric Pharmacy Opens on Mill Street

There is a new pharmacy in Tehachapi. Located on South Mill Street right across the street from Saint Malachy's Catholic Church is Agia Pharmacy & Cafe, a new independent pharmacy which is part of...

 

Lace 'n' Up breast cancer walk

Links for Life, Tehachapi, was started in October 2009 as a support group for Breast Cancer Survivors by Mary VanBlakeShoaf. Mary was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2007. In her quest for support thr...

 

Calling All Red Cars

The Apple Festival is coming up on Oct. 8 and 9. Each year we try to enhance the event by adding more apple items, better games for kids, excellent vendors and this year a Red Car Show. The car show...

 

Congratualtions to an Outstanding Tehachapi Resident

During the 2016 NASA Honor Awards at Armstrong Flight Research Center Cynthia J. Bixby, Chief of Engineering and Integration branch at NASA was presented with an Outstanding Leadership Medal for provi...

 

James Lee Stanley Returns to Fiddlers Crossing, Sept. 24

"It is simple, really. With James Lee you get great songs, great guitar playing, great voice and a gifted comedian as well. You are in for a very entertaining evening." – Village Voice James Lee...

 

District Librarian updates School Board

District Librarian Ramona Turmezei updated the School Board on the new services available through the school libraries. Turmezei, who is based at THS, said that aside from updating their physical...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

John and Annika Rehard had quite a welcome to their home in Bear Valley Springs. A few days after moving in, they were told to evacuate due to a brush fire. Although it was for only a matter of...

 

Farewell – Col. Jesse P. "Jake" Jacobs Jr., US AF (ret.)

Short Flights – We just received the sad news that another one of our dear aviation test pilot friends has passed away. Col. Jesse P. "Jake" Jacobs Jr., USAF (ret.) lived in Las Cruses, NM and was...

 

Vote for Smart Investment Moves

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor The presidential election is little more than a month away. Like all elections, this one has generated considerable interest, and, as a citizen, you may...

 

Meet Navajo Artist Connie Begay at Antelope Valley Indian Museum SHP

Meet artist Connie Begay at the Antelope Valley Indian Museum on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Connie is a proud member of the Diné "Navajo" tribe. She makes bead necklaces and...

 

Lions announce Peace Poster Contest

Each year, Lions clubs around the world proudly sponsor the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and youth groups. This art contest for kids encourages young people worldwide to...

 

'Putting Art Back in the Classroom'

They're at it again! After a busy season of raising funds for their favorite project, "Putting Art Back in the Classroom", Tehachapi Valley Arts Association has been busy delivering more carloads of...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Stallion Springs Police Department recently took delivery of two new police cars. The cars are 2016 Ford Explorer Police Interceptors fully outfitted for police duty. In addition to the standard...

 

District Governor Visits the Lions

The Tehachapi Lions were honored to receive a visit from District 4-L1 Governor Grace Joe at their September 1 meeting. Governor Joe is a committed believer of upholding the organization of Lions to...

 

Dorner Family Vineyard Construction Update

Construction has begun on the muchanticipated Dorner Family Vineyard Winery, Tasting Room and Rental Cottages. A little cheer went up in the Dorner household on Aug 1, 2016 when the building permits...

 

Autumn a Time of Rich Colors and Multifaceted Emotions

The autumn months of September, October and November are not always easy months for many people. The promise of the holidays is often overshadowed by good and at the same time poignant memories. The...

 

'Firehawk Attack'

Local artist Mark Pestana, a member of the American Society of Aviation Artists, was honored with the acceptance of his work in the ASAA 2016 International Aerospace Art Exhibition at the James C....

 

Tehachapi Idol: The Winner Is...

The 2016 Tehachapi Idol competition is over. On the evening of Sept. 11, with an American flag flying over Big Papa's, nearly 200 fans and family members gathered for the last performances of the...

 

Timing Your Earnings in Retirement to Optimize Your Social Security Retirement Benefit – Part 1

What is it? If you work after you begin receiving Social Security retirement benefits, all or part of your retirement benefit may be withheld if your earnings exceed the retirement earnings exempt...

 

Walk for the Poor

Last year St. Vincent de Paul, St. Malachy Conference assisted 3,361 Tehachapi individuals with food, rent, utility bills, clothing vouchers, transportation and aid referrals. Our volunteers worked...

 

Notes From a Seller

Now that I’ve been on the other side of the desk, let me share a few personal notes about being the seller in a real estate transaction. It’s really fun to hear your Realtor call to say there’s...

 

Early Fall Fishing

Fall is an awesome time of the year for fishing, whether you are heading for a mountain stream or to the lake. Even the surf fishing at the beach can be great. Whatever your choice or method one...

 

The Annual Turkey Vulture Migration

Fall is here and the birds are moving from their summer breeding grounds in North America to the wintering grounds in Central and South America. As birds fly south they need places to rest and repleni...

 

Study Goal: Spark Economic Diversification East Kern County Economy

The East Kern County economic diversification study currently being carried out by the Austin-based TIP Strategies has found that "location quotients" (LQ) by occupation show ratios of high-level...

 

Keeping Tabs on Tehachapi: Windows, Wind, Walmart

Guild to the rescue – From the operation of its little thrift shop at 101 West E Street, the Tehachapi Hospital Guild through the years has provided hundreds of thousands of dollars in hard cash to...

 

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