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 By Tanya Joham    Community    January 8, 2022 

Fran Cook: A veteran looks back

You may recognize Fran Cook, a local realtor with RE/MAX Tehachapi, a mom and community volunteer....

 
 By Tanya Joham    Community    January 8, 2022 

Avocado pits, who knew?

Last summer, I was enjoying time with my family over an informal meal at my parents' house in West G...

 
 By Tanya Joham    Happenings    January 8, 2022 

Local author signs books at Tehachapi Christian Store

On Dec. 16, local songwriter and children's book author Rob Saranpa signed his book The Night Jesus...

 
 By Tanya Joham    Community    January 8, 2022 

Veterans remembered on Dec. 18 with Wreaths Across America

On the evening of Dec. 18, the community of Tehachapi came together at Freedom Plaza on the corner o...

 

First snowfall of the season

On Dec. 14, Tehachapi braced for a winter storm that dumped up to 6 inches of snow in the valley...

 

Lions and Rotarians help Tehachapi's less fortunate

The Rotary Club of Tehachapi and the Tehachapi Lions Club have been working hard to make sure...

 

Economic Development Council board makes some changes

There are several changes to the board of the Greater Tehachapi Economic Development Council...

 

New Year's around the world

Most Americans love to ring in each new year by counting down at midnight on Dec. 31 and watching...

 

Big plans, tiny trailer

I recently went through the McDonald's drive-thru near the corner of Valley Blvd. and Tucker Rd. in...

 

Seventh-day Adventist Church mortgage burning celebration

On December 4, the Tehachapi Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church officially celebrated the fact that...

 

Alano Club's sober New Year's Eve party

The Tehachapi Mountain Alano Club had a very successful Thanksgiving dinner and marathon meeting...

 

Bakersfield National Cemetery unveils Avenue of the Flags

On Dec. 8, the Bakersfield National Cemetery Support Committee unveiled the Avenue of the Flags, 44...

 

Golden Hills CSD meeting report

On Nov. 17, the Golden Hills Community Services District (GHCSD) met for their regularly scheduled...

 

Adventist Health bids Christina Scrivner an affectionate farewell

Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley Hospital hosted a gathering on Nov. 18 in the peaceful garden...

 

Lighting the menorah: a Chanukah tradition

On Nov. 29, the second day of Chanukah, Tehachapi's Jewish community and friends met in front of Mos...

 

Our Cleaner Planet: cleaning up the mess

Being a mountain community, we don't often think of Tehachapi in connection with the environmental...

 

Children's book author discusses 'The Night Jesus Met Santa Claus'

I recently met up with Rob Saranpa at Kamenz Kafe (formerly The Coffee Mill) to talk about his child...

 

Support and events for local veterans

Jason Stanley and Kevin Davey spoke at the Rotary Club on Nov. 4, sharing about local events and...

 

Taco Bell renovation

On Nov. 13, Tehachapi's only Taco Bell restaurant closed to begin a complete renovation, the first...

 

What were we thinking? A look back at the toilet paper shortage of 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic (shortened from "COrona VIrus Disease, 2019") has caused so much disruption...

 

Jon Hammond speaks to Rotary Club

The Rotary Club was regaled on Oct. 14 by Tehachapi's favorite local historian, Jon Hammond....

 

The humble origins of toilet paper

Toilet paper is such a necessity today, it's hard to imagine life without it. So how did people...

 

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