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Get to know the Pacific Crest Trail

Every year hikers pass through Tehachapi while travelling the Pacific Crest Trail. Here's some info about the trail and the people in the community who help the hikers along the way. The PCT may...

 

Make a resolution to help our local nonprofits

I make New Year's resolutions each year and typically they are broken quickly. They are also all about me and pretty stereotypical - lose weight, eat healthier, stop procrastinating, finally become...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    January 5, 2019 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Stallion Springs Board of Directors seated three directors at the Dec. 18 meeting. Two of the directors were appointed by the Kern County Election Board as no one ran against them. Ben Dewell...

 
 By Cathy Hansen    Community    January 5, 2019 

Becoming an astronaut – a dream come true for Mark Stucky

Exciting dreams come true at Mojave Air & Spaceport! Dec. 13 produced a calm, crisp morning and there was excitement and an edgy sense of accomplishment hanging in the air around the Virgin...

 

Community donates $1 million to Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley Foundation in 2018

Community members donated more than $1 million to the Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley Foundation in 2018 to go toward the purchase of life-saving equipment, art to warm hospital walls and other...

 

The Loop's 2018 4th of July Insert

Your official guide to Tehachapi's 4th of July, 2018!...

 

Your Complete Guide to Mountain Festival Weekend, August 17-19, 2018

Kelcy's Restaurant reopens, Schedule and Map for Mountain Festival Weekend, Martial Arts Center trains three generations, Dining Guide, and sooo much more....

 

Wine and dine – an experience to remember at the Rotary's 5th Annual Wine Pairing Dinner

On Saturday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. at The Shed, the Rotary Club of Tehachapi will be hosting the 5th Annual Wine Pairing Dinner, which is one of the Club's major fundraisers for the year. This year the...

 

Five EMB Martial Arts students receive black belts

On Dec. 21 five EMB Martial Arts students received their black belts in the style of "Eclectic Mind and Body," which is a martial art that combines techniques from several traditional styles and...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    January 5, 2019 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Walt and Tina-Marie Bayer moved to Bear Valley from Mission Viejo in November accompanied by their two cats, Mini and Pepper. Walt retired last May after 28 years with Experience Marketing. He...

 

Tehachapi Gandy Dancers Christmas party

Tehachapi Gandy Dancers' Annual Christmas Party was well attended by clubs from Palmdale and Bakersfield. Dancers were asked to bring Toys for Tots. They were extremely generous, not only in the...

 
 By Midge Lyndee    Community    January 5, 2019 

LITERARY WINTER - Stories as unique as snowflakes

I love winter. A roaring fire in the fireplace, a cozy blanket on the couch, a good book to sink into. Winter days seem perfect for reading books saved throughout the busy year, or finding a book so...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    January 5, 2019 

Rotary learns about Tehachapi Cancer Foundation

Founder of the Tehachapi Cancer Foundation, Jim Wallace, told the Rotary Club of Tehachapi about the mission of the organization that was established by Wallace and his wife Tammy who passed away...

 

Major Tax Reform for Federal Tax Returns for 2018

The Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA) is the most sweeping change in federal tax law since 1986. It contains more than 115 new provisions. I will list a few of them now. The federal standard deduction for...

 

Teardown? Healthcare board weighs fate of old hospital

The Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District board of directors is asking the public to offer ideas regarding future use of the old hospital on West E St. The 64-year-old structure needs significant...

 

We have created a wonderful place

I've written before about the great work being done by very smart and talented people on behalf of the City of Tehachapi. It's work that has an everyday positive impact for the community, our...

 
 By Tammy Engel    Local News    January 5, 2019 

Being fiscally fit in 2019

Nearly eight out of 10 adults are vowing to put a new focus on their financial wellness in 2019, according to a new survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education. It's a great goal, but...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    January 5, 2019 

New council member sworn in, commissioner chosen

Before any other business was transacted at the Jan. 7 City Council meeting, new council member Joan Pogon-Cord was sworn in by City Clerk Tori Marsh. Pogon-Cord had been out of town at the time of...

 

Top passwords, Alexa's wake word and Instagram photos

Top passwords of 2018 A company called SplashData analyzed more than 5 million accounts/passwords that have leaked online and compiled a list of the most-used passwords for 2018. For the fifth year...

 

Sacramento water torture. Who will fix the WaterFix?

The transition from the Jerry Brown to the Gavin Newsom gubernatorial administrations is creating uncertainty among water agencies as to the direction of the complicated WaterFix plan. "We had a...

 

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