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Welcome home Brandon Matchett

On a rainy Tuesday afternoon a caravan of motorcycles and cars headed toward Bear Valley Springs. This was the beginning of a "Welcome Home" for US Army Specialist Brandon Matchett. He had just...

 

Brewer's Corner

Local Craft Beer, Tehachapi presents "Whiskey Galore" on St Patrick's day for a free show! On Friday, March 17, mark your calendars. It's St. Patrick's Day and Whiskey Galore is going to be playing...

 

Antibiotics don't work for cold and flu symptoms

However many doctors still prescribe them: According to a recent study published by the British Medical Journal Lancet, about a third of the patients who go to their doctor for upper respiratory...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    February 18, 2017 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Kay Ford and her husband lived in California City for almost 50 years. They raised a family there. However, it was when she was finally there alone at the end of last year, that her grandson, Josh,...

 

An update on Fred

First of all, I can hardly deal with how precious Fred's face is in this picture; the sweetness is almost too much to bear. Even better is what the image represents, which is a relaxed, calm, and...

 

Me and the Mule

I was searching through my mother Marion Deaver’s files, trying to find something to write about. Those of you who read my column know the drill – I dig, I find a nugget, and I get on with...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    February 18, 2017 

Let there be light

There was a question asked of me, recently, during one of our First Friday evenings at the local Museum. The question: "When did Tehachapi first install electric lights?" The answer, of course, is...

 

Who to be?

I am dealing with a change in my life. My home office is moving. I’m going to be changing from a small room to a larger room. Now normally that wouldn’t sound like anything that requires...

 
 By Mel White    Community    February 18, 2017 

Marching all my life (part 2)

I've been marching all my life, in one way or another; I've been to many types of rallies, protests and marches over the last 50 years, and while I am still active in many ways -- advocating for a...

 

Is your computer slowing down? Here's how to fix it

Even the fastest computer can slow down as time goes by. Here are a few things you can do to make it run like new again. Watch out for programs that auto-start Some programs want to start up every...

 

School law

Dr. Marian Stephens spoke to American Association of University Women at the February meeting about her experiences as a consultant to attorneys on cases concerning education. She said that attorneys...

 

Mission of Respect

Serving as an auxiliary to the Navy during World War II, the Merchant Marines were the supply line that provided everything Allied armies needed in order to survive and fight on foreign battlefields....

 

Christian counseling versus other forms of counseling part 1

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...

 

Holistic Hearts opens in Old Town

Holistic Hearts Massage Studio recently opened their new facility in Old Town Tehachapi at 21030 Mission St. The four certified massage therapists on staff offer a wide variety of massage services...

 

The IPC creative duo present Valentine's Gourmet Dinner

International Party Chef (IPC), the same company that last year brought you Tehachapi's only Gourmet Dinner Party Club, is now presenting a new special event: A Valentine's Gourmet Dinner! The duo,...

 

Indian Point says farewell after 25 years

After 25 years of being one of Kern County's best known tourist destinations, Indian Point Ostrich Ranch will be permanently closing its doors at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 26. When owners Joel and Marcy...

 

Meet Your New Nighbors

Larry and Mari LaCom lived in Chatsworth in the San Fernando Valley for 23 years. They raised their kids there. Larry is now retired from his position of Graphic Designer and Photographer for the Metr...

 

Chiropractic is unique

Chiropractic is definitely unique. It is probably the only branch of the healing professions that treats the cause of your condition and not just the symptoms. Thomas Edison was quoted as saying....

 

After Dark Red Light Tours at EFBC's Feline Conservation Center

On Saturday evening, Feb. 25, 2017, the Exotic Feline Breeding Compound's Feline Conservation Center will be hosting "After Dark Red Light Tours at EFBC," a special opportunity for guests to visit...

 

2017 forecast for fishing

It appears that my retirement from writing was short lived. I have been asked to continue writing the fishing articles and I have accepted the request. Now that I no longer own Treasures eConsignment...

 

Voyager program update

Dale Hawkins, retired from a career in engineering, is now a Solar System Ambassador for NASA/JPL. In this capacity, he spoke to Kiwanis recently about the Voyager Program. He explained there are two...

 

Marching all my life - Part 1

When I was a child, I learned in Sunday School that “Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world – red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight…” I took...

 

Can Sjögren's syndrome qualify for Social Security Disability?

Sjögren’s syndrome is an immune-mediated disorder of the exocrine glands. Involvement of the lacrimal and salivary glands is the hallmark feature, resulting in symptoms of dry eyes and dry mouth,...

 

Blacksmith Auto

Mike, Robert and Jim stand with Blacksmith Auto's new mascot and guard dog Thom. They're all here to make sure your car is well taken care of. Blacksmith Auto's mechanics have over 40 years combined...

 

Is the drought over?

I’ve used the analogy before about our water supply being like a bank account. Much of the savings account, the already overused water stored underground, has been exasperated by five years of drought. It will take some time to recover that...

 

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