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Our future leaders share their groundbreaking experience

This week's Grassroots Tehachapi, looks at an actual "grassroots" project ... through the eyes of yo...

 

Veteran shares stories, smiles with Golden Hills daycare

I have two very sweet and polite kids, but like all children, I know their attention span and...

 

Slice of Life goes Hollywood for piano recital

Slice of Life Enrichment School celebrated their first year in Tehachapi with a piano recital on...

 

The art of turning memories into jewelry

As she opens her notebook, filled with past, present and future projects, Alejandra Whittier begins...

 

Tesla film crew visits, 'the friendliest town in the state'

There's no denying, the Tesla is a pretty cool car. Its sleek design and use of clean energy makes...

 

Life lessons with Mr. Rogers – always find the helpers

I learned a lot from Mr. Rogers as a kid. He continues to be a personal hero with his gentle and...

 

Little hearts share their big love for music

Anyone who reads this column probably understands my love of music. Whether the quiet hum of a...

 

Love's gives back to children in need

Love's Travel Stop in Tehachapi is making a lot of changes and helping kids in need along the way....

 

Making community a priority

There are so many things in Tehachapi that remind me of my dad. The wildflowers, the people, the ope...

 

Chalk on the Walk lines the streets in vibrant colors

The streets of downtown Tehachapi were bright with color after the 2018 Chalk on the Walk on Aug....

 

Wiener Run all-star keeps running

When he's not winning races, he's playing with his favorite toys -- squeaky ones. And playing, by...

 

There and Back Again: A Hobbit's Tale

Her name is Darline Hartman, but you may know her as Grunge Hobbit. Grunge Hobbit has lived in...

 

School pride has deep roots

A mini-forest has sprouted at Tehachapi High School. After vandals cut down about two dozen trees...

 

Talk about depression, people in Tehachapi can help

This week's column is slightly different, but it reaches the heart of what this column is meant to...

 

Fight bullying with confidence and assertiveness

Bullying can impact anyone. While school-aged bullies may be the most recognizable, the same...

 

Living in a sea of purple

When I decided to move back to my hometown more than two years ago, I was incredibly lucky when it...

 

Helping art thrive in Tehachapi

I come from a very artistic family. My mom and dad both painted and could easily create cute,...

 

Preserving Tehachapi wildlife

Many people relocate to Tehachapi for the beautiful nature and proximity to the creatures who live...

 

Creative creations and beautiful sentiments

My daughter and I started a fun tradition when we moved back to Tehachapi a couple of years ago....

 

Easing the pain of food insecurity

Last week, a woman walked into Tompkins Elementary School with a beautiful goal. She met with the...

 

Pulling the strings to enhance local theater

David SteeleReed was drawn back to Tehachapi by the community arts and friendly faces in town. The...

 

Following a path where man is just a visitor

Our little mountain town has a lot of unique features. One of my favorites is its connection to the...

 

There was always a twinkle in her eye

For Barbara Teague's former students, that twinkle and her dedication to every one of them will be...

 

18 Tehachapi charms to experience in 2018

A new year is just another day on the calendar, but the symbolic switch holds so much hope and...

 

Acts of kindness, all year long

Simple acts of kindness can be incredibly powerful and during the holidays, they have the power to...

 

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