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Articles from the November 12, 2016 edition

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New name, new business, same great service!

Darin Lewis of Tehachapi Floor Covering may be new to Tehachapi, but he certainly is not new to flooring. He has moved his entire Bakersfield business here, and is changing the name from AD&D...

 

Remembering Chelley Kitzmiller

Tehachapi has lost one of our most influential citizens, Chelley Kitzmiller. She passed away on the morning of Sunday, November 6, 2016 after a brief battle with cancer. Chelley was born Cheryl Jean C...

 

A Child's Christmas in Wales to open soon

Director, Nick Altieri, brings to life the wonderful, lyrical prose of this Dylan Thomas poem, with special adaptation and musical direction by Deborah Hand Cutler. Children's direction is provided...

 

Keep more of what you have earned

It is now the fourth quarter of the year, how are you doing? This is the time of year that it makes sense to look back and review your company's performance. Why now? Well, you still have time to...

 

How should you use retirement plan distrubutions?

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. During your working years, you are (hopefully) putting money into your IRA and your 401(k) or similar employer-sponsored retirement plan. But once...

 

Service for Caleb Johnson

A lovely service was held for Caleb Johnson....

 

Carlos' Donuts gives back

Carlos Castellanos of Carlos' Donuts presents a check to Sally Perriman of Wood Family Funeral Home in the amount of $3457. The money was raised Friday, Oct. 28, to assist with the funeral expenses...

 

BVS annual Halloween party

Local pilgrims, tigers, pirates, an aviatrix and even a young Lowes employee-in-training hung out at the Halloween party in Bear Valley Springs. A few hundred attended and participated in games,...

 

Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra

The Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra's first performance of the 2016 season played to a nearly full house. Featuring works by Mendelssohn and Gounod, the orchestra was rich in sound under the baton of...

 

Meadowbrook Park Grand Re-opening

Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District opened the redesigned and improved Meadowbrook Park and Dog Park on Oct. 29, 2016. Hundreds of park patrons joined TVRPD for the ribbon cutting and grand...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Jake and Jessica Nelson moved to Tehachapi in September. Although they didn’t move a great distance, they are much closer to Jake’s work with Homeland Security in Bakersfield. Jake was born in...

 

She knew Pancho Villa

Isabel Cortez Cervantes was a well known and respected citizen of this community until her death in 1991 at age eighty-seven. In 1914 when she was only eleven her father, Odilon Cortez, immigrated...

 

Tips for keeping your kids safe online

As grown-ups, you probably know the basics of how to stay safe when you're on the internet, but how about your kids? Have you had 'the talk' with them yet? If not, here are some things you can cover:...

 

Honor Flight

At the Oct. 29 Kern County Honor Flight breakfast American Legion Post Commander Tony Strauss and members of TAL Post 221 gave Tom Stenson, Honor Flight Tehachapi Outreach, a check for $4000. This...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

On Nov. 5, the Stallion Springs Community Emergency Response Team, CERT, graduated a class of 12 new members having completed the 20 hours of training required for certification. The course...

 

Union Pacific Railroad

On Oct. 26, 2016 civic leaders from Kern County met with the Union Pacific Railroad in Bakersfield to discuss the economic impact it has on the region. Tehachapi's Mayor Susan Wiggins, Mayor Pro-Tem K...

 

Bar Double J Supplies tack shop 'hands over the reins'

Vikki Montegna and her family took over the tack business as of Nov. 1. Former owners Jill Nelson, her husband, John, and friend Al Anders, said it has been a fun six years. "We started selling new...

 

Main Street grant program

At the Nov. 7 City Council meeting, Main Street Tehachapi President Scott Hammer presented Main Street's new Facade Grant Program. He informed the council that the primary focus of Main Street is the...

 

Tehachapi Crèche Festival

Celebrate the Birth of our Savior with nativities from around the world and live music from local performers who want to spread the spirit of love. The Tehachapi Crèche Festival will be held on Dec....

 

Kiwanis learns about old cars

Antique cars are at least 75 years old, but classic cars are special because fewer of them were made. This is one of the things Kiwanis members learned from Harold Cox when he spoke at their recent...

 

German influence is celebrated

Reformation Sunday was recognized by Tehachapi Community Congregational Church because in 1517 Martin Luther posted the 95 Theses which marked the start of the Protestant Reformation in Germany. In...

 

East Kern weather

Fall has arrived in all of Eastern Kern and of course Tehachapi, where the morning temperatures are a bit cooler than say, Ridgecrest. I was looking for stories about weather and actually found two...

 

Vinegar: miracle or myth?

I think we have all heard of vinegar’s miraculous uses, including that one ounce at least once daily can decrease cravings and appetite. Some of the claims are true; some are not. First of all, vinegar’s technical name is acetic acid, which...

 

It's 300 victories for coach Steve Denman

Members of his first team, hundreds of Warrior fans celebrate: It's 300 victories for coach Steve Denman! As giddy as teenagers and bearing pre-printed "300" t-shirts, men who played on the first...

 

Adventist assumes hospital operations

Adventist Health officially assumed management and operation of the Tehachapi Hospital and three clinics on Nov. 1, 2016 with a ribbon cutting on the tented hospital parking lot at E street and...

 

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