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10th Annual Valentine's Wine Walk

The 10th Annual Valentines Wine Walk and Chocolate Tasting, sponsored by Main Street Tehachapi, is scheduled for Saturday, February 11 from 6 to 9 p.m.. It's the perfect time to join friends and...

 

Wining, dining, and good timing

Although The Shed officially closed on a snowy day, Dec. 24, our most loved and honorable chef, Mano Lujan will still be preparing a specially designed gourmet dinner at The Shed to go with the...

 
 By Nancy Bacon    Community    January 7, 2017 

New Year: A new you?

Each New Year allows an opportunity to reflect on the past and set new goals for the future. What are yours? Is there some meaningful transformation you long for? January is my favorite month. I like...

 

Joyful message of Chanukah

Chabad of Bakersfield lights public menorah in Tehachapi Chanukah (also spelled Hanukkah) is a happy eight-day Jewish celebration of the victory of the Maccabees over the Syrian Greek army in 165...

 

Bi-partisan triumph: Congress opens up water tap

Five years of tough negotiating by California legislators has resulted in the inclusion of provisions in a new federal infrastructure Act that will give drought-devastated, environmentally hamstrung...

 

Turbines in the snow

Two snowstorms blanketed the Tehachapi area like holiday bookends a week apart at the tail-end of 2016 -- one starting just before Christmas Eve morning and one on New Year's night, ushering in both...

 

Hospital's growing pains

The new Tehachapi hospital will open when the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) says it can open. "There is no exact day," David Eastman of Adventist Health, the hospital operator, said...

 

Tehachapi won with the Wilsons

When Jim and Cheryl Wilson were ready to retire and leave Anchorage, Alaska to be closer to his children and grandchildren in the Lower 48, they knew the kind of a city in which they wanted to live....

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    January 7, 2017 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Last July, Emily and Paul Sandholdt moved to Tehachapi from a small country town in Central Illinois called Loda. The adventure came about when Paul, who had spent the last five years with GE Wind, wa...

 
 By Mark Fisher    Community    January 7, 2017 

By the numbers

It’s another new year. So I guess it’s time to tally up my score for last year. I think I did pretty well. As a writer I need to track where I submit things to and what the outcome is. I keep a da...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    January 7, 2017 

Remembering Richard (Dick) Johnson

Several hundred people gathered Dec. 30 to pay their final respects to Richard (Dick) Johnson, a dear friend and respected member of the community. His 88 years were filled with his accomplishments...

 

Lions give thanks

The Tehachapi Lions Club would like to take this opportunity to offer a public, heartfelt thank you to all of the supporters of their Apple Drop Fundraiser. Due to your generous support, the Lions wer...

 

Gran Fondo wins award

The Tehachapi Gran Fondo was named "Champion of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism" by Sports Destination managment magazine in their Nov./Dec. issue....

 

The noble bay

Laurus nobilis is the botanical name for sweet bay or Grecian laurel. Laurus is the Latin word for bay tree and nobilis refers to renowned. The early Greeks weaved crowns of bay leaves called laurel...

 

4th Annual Wine Pairing Dinner

The Rotary Wine Pairing Dinner has been a sell out for the last three years. This year it will be taking place at The Shed on Jan. 28 starting at 6 p.m. Mano Lujan will be creating a sumptuous four course meal, each course pairing with the selected...

 

Artists in residence, Mary Beth Dillon & Lela June Schwark

In 2009, The Arts Council of Kern started the art cart program at San Joaquin Hospital in Bakersfield, Calif. The purpose of the program is to provide and engage patients with art projects that will...

 

That beer has style

For this edition of Brewer's Corner I want to talk beer styles. I just brewed our 260th batch, another extravagantly hopped super cloudy New England style IPA called "hop down for what?" This is the l...

 

'Do gooders' are everywhere

Sitting around with family a few weeks ago, we began sharing stories, as families do, laughing at inside jokes which are funny only to those related, and just generally having a good time. By the...

 

Clubs serve up Santa, sausages and cheer

Families with children all dressed up for their Christmas photo (some in jammies) came to see Santa and enjoy a breakfast of pancakes and sausages Dec. 3 at Tehachapi's annual Breakfast With Santa at...

 

Forde Shorts

Young person with a goal – Forde Files happened to stop on the way to Albuquerque a month ago and discovered a charming Brigadoon-like place called Ludlow, Calif., a hundred or so miles past...

 

Growers invest $80m in Cummings Valley

The SunSelect hydroponic greenhouse complex in Cummings Valley, which did not exist four years ago, is a high-tech wonder. "It's a world-class facility and one of the most modern greenhouses in the...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Brian and Christina Porter are thrilled that they finally live in a place where Brian can be home with his family every night instead of just once a week. For the last 10 years, Brian has been a...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Christmas is coming and it was a busy week in Stallion Springs. Over 120 kids and their parents came to Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 3. Santa was kept busy for the three hours he was able...

 

Treasure Trove featuring artist Cynthia Aronson

On Friday Evening, Jan. 6, Tehachapi Treasure Trove will celebrate First Friday from 5-8 p.m. The eatured artist will be Cynthia Aronson, creator of handmade rosaries and rosary bracelets. A little...

 

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