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Alligator Rose soap shop boutique

Alligator Rose is Tehachapi's new local soap shop boutique. It is located at 117 S. Mill St.(galleria H). Their motto is "luxury body-care basics" with a focus on minimal but high quality...

 

The Salvation Army gives thanks

The Salvation Army Tehachapi would like to sincerely thank our generous community of Tehachapi and our local US Post Office for donating over 1,200 lbs of food through the 'Stamp Out Hunger' food...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    June 24, 2017 

Meet Your New Neighbors

It was on a road trip, looking for an affordable place to buy a home, that Ma Belle Ammie (Ammie) Graves-Fisher and her husband Anthony Fisher discovered Tehachapi. Long Beach, where they were...

 

Password and security questions

Again with the passwords? Yes, because passwords are important and how we reset passwords has changed. In the old days (a couple of years ago), if you forgot your password for your email or social med...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    June 24, 2017 

Looking back

Four Score and Five years ago the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 221 was founded in the small city of Tehachapi. To set the scene I take you back to the spring of 1932. Herbert Hoover was still...

 
 By Bill MEad    Community    June 24, 2017 

Media relations, Dixie Style

Today, We Honor The Overall Man Classic Bill Mead...

 
 By Sharron Letson    Community    June 24, 2017 

Thunder on the Mountain presents $7,500 in scholarships to THS students

The Thunder on the Mountain Car Show Committee awarded $7,500 in scholarships to six Tehachapi High School Students at a ceremony held June 1, 2017 at Tehachapi High School. The Thunder on the...

 
 By Edna McCallion    Community    June 24, 2017 

Valerian or Jupiter's Beard?

It is not easy for a plant to remain popular when it smells so bad that it is nicknamed "Phu". Valerian (valeriana officinalis of the valerianaceae plant family) is just such a "survivor". The fetid...

 
 By Dale Hawkins    Community    June 24, 2017 

Total Solar Eclipse and other astronomical events

Most of you have heard about the unusual total solar eclipse that is about to cross America on August 21st. From what I've heard, there's a great deal of misunderstanding out there. Many are confusing...

 

Ready to Relay?

The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life 2017, presented by "Adventist Health" is one week away at Meadowbook Park in Golden Hills on Saturday, July 8. Over 30 teams are putting the finishing touc...

 
 By Larry LaCom    Community    June 10, 2017

Golden Hills Elementary School Kindergarten 'Dancing with the Stars' event

On Thursday June 1, the kindergarteners from Golden Hills Elementary delighted their parents, families and friends with a "Dancing with the Stars" event at Jacobsen Middle School's gymnasium. Six...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    June 10, 2017

Sailplane Regatta a soaring success

Sailplanes of all sizes and colors gathered at Mountain Valley Airport over Memorial Day weekend for the 2017 Western Vintage Sailplane Regatta. The perfect weather brought out flight enthusiasts to w...

 

Souza Family Vineyard wins two new medals

Souza Family Vineyard just received confirmation that they have won two new medals in the Los Angeles International Wine Competition for 2017. They are so proud and excited to put Tehachapi in the...

 
 By Mel White    Community    June 10, 2017

Honoring my dad's memory

In honor of Father’s Day I’d like to honor my father, who passed away in 2000, by telling you a little bit about him and how he lived his life. My dad, Thomas C. White, MD, was born and raised in...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    June 10, 2017

Meet Your New Neighbors

Mike and Lisa Monahan had lived in Chino Hills, part of the Inland Empire of San Bernardino County, for 35 years. They raised their two children there. Both of them worked for Southern California...

 

Do you hate websites that autoplay audio and videos?

Here’s how to stop them: • For Chrome: Get the Disable HTML5 Autoplay plugin • For Firefox: Use the FlashStopper add-on • For Safari: there isn’t a plugin, but you can do it using Terminal....

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    June 10, 2017

Saint Malachy Church reaches 130 years

On June 13, of this year, 2017, St. Malachy Church will be celebrating one hundred thirty years as a parish. Long years ago on that date in 1887, a Bishop from the Monterey-Los Angeles Diocese...

 

Salvation Army offers after school and summer programs for youth

An after school program provided by the Salvation Army was explained to Kiwanis members by Kyle Yates, Community Center Coordinator and Luke Thompson, Youth worker The pair described a place where...

 
 By Diana Wade    Community    June 10, 2017

Center on budget and policy priorities on FY 2018 budget proposal

Article by, Kathleen Romig Find it online at www.cbpp.org/blog/presidents-budget-would-hurt-people-with-disabilities President Trump’s 2018 budget would make it harder for millions of people with...

 

The Pacific Crest Trail and Tehachapi

As a PCT hiker myself, I know how nice it is to come into one of the few towns along the trail to eat something other than dehydrated food and perhaps sleep on a mattress for a change. As Tehachapi residents, my wife and I have helped out many PCT hi...

 

PCT Hikers bring tourism, smiles to town

As you might have noticed, Tehachapi is the hub for international and domestic hikers right now. The world is walking into our amazing community from the Pacific Crest Trail, a hiking trail starting...

 

Relay for Life ramping up

We are a few weeks away from Relay for Life 2017 on Saturday, July 8 at Meadowbrook Park, sponsored by "Adventist Health." Thirty teams to date are preparing their booths, to provide fun activities...

 

Depot Railroad Museum gets an interactive display

Alex Wood is nearing his goal of becoming an Eagle Scout. As a result, The Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum is benefitting by having an interactive display set up in the baggage room of the Depot. As...

 

Two dates in June that changed history!

There are two important dates in the month of June that changed world history. June 6, 1944 D-Day, the Invasion at Normandy, France and June 5-10, 1967, The Six Day War when Israel launched Operation...

 

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