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Learn about the latest space telescope

Those interested in space and science may want to attend the Feb. 12 meeting of American Association of University Women. It features a presentation b...

 

AAUW meets School Superintendent

Education is a key issue for the American Association of University Women (AAUW) so members were...

 

Advocate will speak to Democrats

Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club has arranged for Julie Solis to address the group at their Feb. 6 meeting. She is a candidate for the Kern County...

 

AAUW of Tehachapi

School Superintendent Stacey Larson-Everson will be the featured speaker at the Jan. 8 meeting of American Association of University Women. She was...

 

Cemeteries interest AAUW members

Members of the American Association of University Women learned about cemeteries and graveyards...

 

Love of country inspires advocate

"The day I became a United States citizen was the proudest day of my of my life." Those were the...

 

AAUW will hear cemetery tales

Cemetery Tales may be an unusual topic for American Association of University Women, but that is what is planned for the Nov. 13 meeting. However,...

 

Women in politics

Katie Hill is a U.S. Representative for California's 25th Congressional District who lives in Agua...

 

AAUW promotes community action

Overcoming poverty is the topic at the next meeting of American Association of University Women. It will be held at Tehachapi Community Church...

 

Candidate enters U.S. Congressional Race

Kim Mangone is seeking election in California's 23rd Congressional District. She announced her...

 

AAUW honors Mel White

Mel White has been recognized by American Association of University Women for what she has done to...

 

A new year begins for AAUW

A luncheon meeting of Tehachapi Mountain Branch of American Association of University of Women was h...

 

Great entertainment is available at a great price

The group M5 Mexican Brass is Latin America’s most successful brass quintet with international recognition. They will be featured in the first...

 

AAUW views historic photos

Charles White, president of Tehachapi Heritage League, spoke recently to members and friends of the...

 

Library receives gift from AAUW

There is a new picture at Tehachapi Library thanks to Helen McAllister and American Association of...

 

TVRPD promotes improvement of facilities

A key concern for Kiwanis is the well-being of children, and they were interested to know how...

 

Kiwanis gives scholarships to graduates

The Kiwanis Club awarded scholarships to three Tehachapi High School graduates this June. They were...

 

AAUW sets goals for New Year

Frontiers in Education and Health is the theme chosen by members of American Association of...

 

Salvation Army makes local impact

Sandy Chavez is passionate about her work as Center Coordinator for Salvation Army. She recently...

 

Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is an adventure

"We made some miscalculations," was how Ron Gaiser described the hike he and Kiwanis Club President...

 

Democrats support Congressional Candidate

Tatiana Matta is running for congress in the 23rd Congressional District which is currently...

 

Students alerted to driving dangers

Scott Spielman is a Kern County Assistant District Attorney who has seen numerous cases during his c...

 

Monastery life is contemplative

Kiwanis member Liz Wolfe is passionate about her support of the Norbertine Canonesses, which is a...

 

Kiwanis hears final Women's History Month presentation

Kiwanis Club was fortunate to hear from two historic women, American Association of University...

 

Historic Women visit Kiwanis

Kiwanis members were visited by women from history as portrayed by Storytellers from American...

 

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