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Articles from the January 18, 2020 edition

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One of my favorite airplanes – the Lockheed Constellation

The Lockheed Constellation will always be one of my favorite airplanes, for it was one of those...

 

2020, a new year

A New Year, new opportunities, new challenges and new possibilities that are endless. What do you...

 

Twisted Sisters Revival! Boutique

Come by and check out Twisted Sisters Revival! Boutique's variety of gorgeous and unique boots,...

 

Anime Club at the Tehachapi Library

Many think of the library as a sort of time capsule that hasn't changed much over the years: a quiet...

 

A tradition of fine wine and incredible dining – Rotary's 7th Annual Wine Pairing Dinner

On Saturday, Jan. 25 at 6 p.m. at The Shed restaurant in Tehachapi, the Rotary Club of Tehachapi...

 

Jay Schlosser wins Regional Award

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020, Tehachapi's Development Services Director Jay Schlosser received word...

 

AAUW meets School Superintendent

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

 

Diane Kay Elderson Oct. 15, 1933 – January 6, 2020

Diane, 86, of Tehachapi, Calif., passed away peacefully in a Bakersfield hospital with her...

 

Poppy Reserve volunteer training for 2020 wildflower season

The Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve’s two-day volunteer training for the 2020 spring wildflower season will be held on Saturdays Feb. 1...

 

Federal Tax Returns for 2019

The federal standard deduction for: • Married filing a joint return has increased from $24,000 to...

 

Calling all artists!

The annual art show, sponsored by the BVS Cultural Arts Association, will take place from Sunday, April 5 until Friday, April 10 with pick-up after...

 

City of Tehachapi wins two Regional Awards of Merit

The Kern Council of Governments has announced their annual Regional Awards of Merit for the year...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

As 2020 begins, 2019 left a lasting impression on the local economy In 2019 the City of Tehachapi...

 

On winter nights the ancient ones awaken: The magic of Nuwä storytelling

Short, cold days and long frosty nights. When the sun went down, the land grew dark. There were no...

 

The constable who didn't carry a gun

“Louie Boden was a lawman in Tehachapi for 36 years, from 1915 until his death in 1951. He relied...

 

Drought and a female Indian rain shaman

The Kawaiisu had achieved preeminence as rain shamans. The rainmaker, or more accurately,...

 

The case of the missing chicken

We liked to have our chickens be able to roam around our property. One of our roosters disappeared...

 

Possibilities

It is a brand new year, so how about exploring brand new worlds? The first book to be reviewed in...

 

County deficit closed: 'like turning the Titanic'

Kern County Supervisors prioritized public safety when they closed the $44.5 million fiscal deficit...

 

Extended hours, new chef at Coffee Mill

Tehachapi native Louis Tolentino, new owner of The Coffee Mill restaurant at 120 S. Mill St., plans...

 

'Catastrophic' if state destroys Kern oil, gas

Kern County Dist. 1 Supervisor Mick Gleason said the state's goal of being fossil-fuel-free by 2045...

 

Tree clean up in Tehachapi

Citizens around the city are still cleaning up after the late December snow fall...

 

Holiday Lights at CALM

On Jan. 4, the last night of CALM's light extravaganza, Holiday Lights. This beautiful peacock was...

 

Nature's beauty

On Dec. 30 Toshimi Kristof took this photo from Paramount Drive in Bear Valley Springs. Looking at...

 

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club recently traveled to Tulare to compete at one of the toughest Valley Tournaments, the “10th Annual California...

 

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