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Articles from the October 15, 2016 edition

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Red Shoes and Blue Mustard rock the Beekay

"Red Shoes and Blue Mustard," featuring Gary Mazzola and his music, backed by Blue Mustard - play live at the beautiful Beekay Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday Oct. 22, and again on Sunday, Oct. 23...

 

Heritage League presents Day of the Dead Festival

The Day of the Dead Festival to benefit the Old Tehachapi Cemetery is one of the most far reaching events the Heritage League has ever sponsored. Local dancers, crafts people, students and business ow...

 

Know before you owe

It’s important to have a monthly housing budget in mind when you shop for a new home. The on-line calculators you see on web sites are interesting, but don’t account for everything that might be...

 

The skeleton

Halloween is upon us again. Let's talk about your skeleton. What a magnificent piece of bio-engineering is the bunch of bones we call our skeleton. It holds us up against gravity, it allows us to bend...

 

Stay away from frightful investment moves

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor Halloween is almost here. When you’re passing out candy, you’ll see many “scary” costumes that...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Ryan and Megan White moved to Tehachapi in July from the Kern River Valley. Megan said that they moved the week after the start of the Erskine Fire. She said that on the first few days the fire was...

 

A small café

Sometimes a person’s memories come in snatches of information and when telling a story it’s hard to know where to begin. Occasionally someone will come into the local museum and say they have...

 

Rosamond history

I found a file marked Rosamond history that was marked in my mother Marion Deaver’s handwriting and it was a sort of mishmash of articles and handwritten notes. One article was written by Glenn Sett...

 

'Bats! Bats! Bats!' at Audubon meeting, Oct. 25

Get your Halloween Spirit going at the Audubon-Tehachapi meeting Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. in the Golden Hills Elementary School Cafeteria, 20215 Park Road. Don Richardson, Animal Curator for the California...

 

National alert issued for Platelet and O Blood donations

According to a recent press release from The AABB Interorganizational Task Force on Domestic Disasters and Acts of Terrorism, Hurricane Matthew has forced the cancellations of many blood drives along...

 

Change your Yahoo! password

In case you missed it, late last month Yahoo! reported that in 2014 thieves broke into their servers and stole information on 500,000 Yahoo! email users. The information stolen included names, email...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Stallion Springs CSD welcomes a new Administrative Secretary, Judith Quijada, (she prefers to be called Judy), to the district office. Judy joined the staff on Sept. 19 and is off to a great start...

 

From the Mayor

As most of you have noticed, it’s election season, which is hard to avoid unless you live on a deserted island. As with most campaigns, those who are running want to be elected to the office which...

 

'That phone call' – Memories from a policeman's wife

The tragic events last week that culminated in the death of Sgt. Steve Owen left the community in shock, and those of us with ties to law enforcement reeling. Long before my husband Mike became a wine maker, he was a Deputy Sheriff with the Los...

 

Timing your earnings in retirement to optimize your social security retirement benefit – Part 3

Strengths You can avoid having part or all of your Social Security retirement benefit withheld By postponing or bunching your earnings in retirement, you may be able to avoid earning more than the...

 

Stallion Springs family completes largest jigsaw puzzle in the world

According to the Guiness Book, Ravensburger's "Wildlife" by Educa is currently the largest jigsaw puzzle in the world. A year ago, a local Stallion Springs group decided to take on the challenge. The...

 

Keep swap meets in the family

Today, We Honor The Overall Man Classic Bill Mead Reprinted with permission from Tehachapi Lifestyle Magazine, July 2013 issue. My wife and I feel blessed that all three of our daughters have kept...

 

Daniel Boling brings 'Songs of Everyday Life', Oct. 28

C. Daniel Boling has been called "a thinking man's singer/songwriter." While most of his songs and stories are simply about relationships -- with his wife, children, parents and life itself – there...

 

Comfortable at the doctor's office

Have you ever felt special at the doctor’s office? Are there snacks and music, and an aquarium for your viewing pleasure? Is the ambience gentle, and filled with the good memories of the four seasons of Tehachapi? Are you greeted with friendly...

 

A promise kept

Promise - (prom'is) n. - Assurance that one will or will not do something specified, a pledge.To most people, a promise made is a guarantee that something will happen. A promise carries a lot of weigh...

 

Business success

You need to have the right mindset to be successful, and it all starts with focus. Many small business owners get off to a great start and then quickly reach a plateau where they quit growing. The...

 

Annual Holiday Bazaar

It’s become a tradition in our lovely Tehachapi Valley to begin the holiday shopping…not at the mall or on-line, but at the BVS Whiting Center, where many of the talented artists and artisans in our area will be gathered for the Annual Holiday...

 

Deeds and other Title Documents in California

Third in a series on Deeds (From CALDA, California Association of Legal Document Assistants) Deed of Trust A Deed of Trust is utilized by a borrower (trustor) to convey “bare legal” title to the...

 

So much at stake in City Council races

The campaign for two seats on the five-seat Tehachapi City Council is a ferocious one this year as candidates Mary Ann Hester and Ken Hetge battle incumbent councilpersons Ed Grimes and Mayor Pro-tem...

 

2016 Bakersfield Business Conference: The day they all came to Bakersfield

The 2016 Bakersfield Business Conference, sponsored by the law firm Borton Petrini and masterminded by George Martin, of counsel to the firm, delivered an array of speakers on Sat., Oct. 8 that were...

 

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