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 By Dennis Cowden    Community    March 18, 2017 

Creaming the liquids

In the last article, we talked about the importance of creaming the butter and sugar. Now we're going to add the liquids to this essential creamed mixture. Eggs and any flavorings, such as vanilla...

 

St. Paddy's Gourmet Dinner Party Club, March 25

"I had the right to be silent, but being Irish I didn't have the ability." That will start off the many one liners and jokes told with an Irish accent by ASCAP Singer/Songwriter/Author Ron Gaiser at...

 

Phone call scams

Most of us probably don’t answer a phone call when it’s from a number we don’t know. We know it’s probably some kind of scam trying to separate us from our money. Here are the newest phone sca...

 

California Highway Patrol to host Coffee with a Cop, March 23

Officers from the California Highway Patrol Mojave office and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, have coffee, and build relationships....

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 18, 2017 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Ed and Lisa Sanchez arrived in Tehachapi on Jan. 28. For Ed it was coming home. He was born and raised here but had not lived here since high school. Although living in beautiful San Diego, they were...

 
 By Liz Block    Community    March 18, 2017 

Spring is Springing

Abundant rain and snow are greening the hillsides and vacant lots. Spring comes early in a Mediterranean climate. California (except for our deserts) is one of a handful of places in the world with this type of climate, which is characterized by...

 
 By Liz R. Kover    Community    March 18, 2017 

Why it's important to keep your dog guessing

Dogs thrive when their lives include a balance of predictability and spontaneity. I believe the same is true for us humans, which is reason #4,325 why we and dogs make great life partners. If your...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    March 18, 2017 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Stallion CERT team held triage training at the March meeting. The team practiced how to determine various types of injuries and set priorities on further assistance. The theme of the Stallion...

 

Twenty recruits graduate from the Hall EMT Academy

Program Provides Career-Path and Self Sufficiency Twenty recruits from Class 32 of the Hall EMT Academy graduated on Tuesday, March 7, at the Party Palace Reception Hall, 930 19th Street, with...

 

Lions Desert Zone B Contest winner

Competition stiffened in the 80th Annual Student Speaker Contest, sponsored by the Lions Club throughout California. Narrowing the field, Sandra Flores has won the Desert Zone B Contest, receiving...

 

There's a new cupcake in town!

Every Tuesday at Uneek Findz in Tehachapi, you can meet the "Cupcake" Lady. Vicki Conroy said she started "Cupcake Tuesdays" so people can try the different flavors of cakes she makes. Working out of...

 
 By Mark Fisher    Community    March 18, 2017 

Brave new world

There has been a lot in the media about the planetary system found recently around the star TRAPPIST-1. That’s the small dwarf star with seven terrestrial planets that were announced in February. Te...

 
 By Kevin Belsby    Community    March 18, 2017 

Christian counseling versus other forms of counseling, Part 2

At the DPER Life Center we are often asked about the different types of counseling we offer. Primarily we are a Christian Counseling Center that offers specific Christian “based” licensed...

 

Studio Elite Dance brings home trophies from Showstoppers

One Platinum and Three Gold Honors Qualifies Studio Elite Dance to compete at Showstoppers National Finals. At their first competition of the season Studio Elite Dance Competition Team took top...

 

Director Wheeler's unique journey to TCT's 'The Best of Broadway'

When Christal Wheeler accepted her role as Director for TCT's upcoming "The Best of Broadway," it wasn't exactly according to plan. Christal's love for the arts began long before she moved from...

 
 By Kelly Vicars    Community    March 18, 2017 

Boeing 747 art project takes flight in Mojave

A team of artists, engineers, airline mechanics, welders, technologists, and visionaries are busy at the Mojave Air & Space Port converting a Boeing 747 into a moving art experience for Burning Ma...

 

Promote local events on the Tehachapi App

The City of Tehachapi and the Tehachapi Tourism Commission want to make sure that they have all upcoming community events on the Tehachapi App. The App, which is a free download on the App Store and...

 

Kiwanians learn about Historic Women

Kiwanis Club recognized Women's History Month by inviting three members of American Association of University Women to their March meeting. The women are members of AAUW's Storytellers Group who...

 

Tire pressure monitoring system

All new cars and light trucks since 2008 have come equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system, or ‘TPMS’. The TPMS system detects when a tire becomes under-inflated and lights up a warning light on the dash. So what’s the big deal? Well,...

 

Democrats recognize Women's History Month

Tehachapi Mountain Democrats honored Women's History Month by inviting three historic women to speak about their lives. American Association of University Women has a group of members who research...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 18, 2017 

Not yet!

Congregating in front of the District Office prior to School Board meeting on March 14, members of the Tehachapi Association of Teachers carried signs stating that "TAT not ON STRIKE yet!". The...

 
 By Fiona Nelson    Community    March 18, 2017 

BVS Carriage & Driving Society newsletter March 2017

March's Ride and Drive was held out of Cal City. Conditions were perfect, not too hot, not too cold, and no wind. The trails were in very good condition with no deep sand for minis to flounder in! Eve...

 

AAUW celebrates its birthday

Tehachapi Mountain Branch of American Association of University Women celebrated its 33rd anniversary this year at the March AAUW meeting. The Branch was organized by Evelyn Seaman and Marti Sprinkle...

 
 By Cathy Hansen    Community    March 18, 2017 

Charlie Hudson, most decorated bombardier of World War II

On July 13, 2001, my husband Al and I flew over to Taft to hear Lt. Col. Charles S. "Combat" Hudson, U.S. Army Air Corps, the most decorated bombardier of World War II, give his last presentation in C...

 

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