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Articles from the February 16, 2019 edition

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A night at the theater with ... Dr. Frankenstein

Calling all angry mobs, "Young Frankenstein," presented by Tehachapi Apple Festival, will begin...

 

Student entrepreneur joins EDC

At the end of last year, the Greater Tehachapi Economic Development Council (GTEDC) added a student...

 

The snowball effect of giving back

Last week I visited Have a Heart Humane Society, not to adopt the adorable puppy I fell in love...

 

Tehachapi Valley Arts Association Photo Contest winners

On First Friday, Feb. 1, Tehachapi Valley Arts Association celebrated the creative talents of...

 

City Manager reviews 'Moments that Mattered'

Beginning in February, City Manager Greg Garrett began a tour of civic organizations, presenting...

 

The end of Windows 7, plus microwave ovens and Wi-Fi

Windows 7 support ends Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 with security updates on Jan. 14,...

 

Can Hidradenitis Suppurativa qualify for Social Security Disability?

Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) is a serious skin disease that tragically is often misdiagnosed. Becau...

 

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...

 

John Manke – NASA Lifting Body Pilot and Director of Flight Operations

Former NASA Test Pilot and Director of Flight Operations, John A. Manke, Sr., age 87, passed away...

 

Deanna Alvarado wins local competition in Lions Club Student Speakers Contest

Deanna Alvarado a California City High School student, has taken the first step toward winning schol...

 

'Quick' ain't always better

For as much as I try to write educational articles, this one is self-serving. Actually, it could be...

 

School Board listens to kudos and concerns

Salvation Army Director Sandy Chavez appeared at the Feb. 12 TUSD School Board meeting to express...

 

Celebrating Black History Month with hope, dreams

Book-reviewer Midge Lyn'dee finds inspiration in diverse voices from past to present. by Midge...

 

Sally Lange Errecart – Born here, raised here, still here

I used to see Sally Lange in her father's shop on Green Street. It was called Lange's Radio and Elec...

 

Dulcie Taylor concert, Feb. 23

One critic said Americana singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor is, "a major talent who's been hiding...

 

Grand Jury: Tehachapi water district 'state of the art'

The Special District Committee of the 2018-19 Kern County Grand Jury has given the Tehachapi-Cumming...

 

Fate of High Speed Rail in Tehachapi

On Feb. 12 during his “State of the State” address, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced...

 

Wild animals at our house

I have to tell you about our horrible heating situation for TWO MONTHS of very cold Tehachapi...

 

KC Sheriff's Office needs volunteers

The Kern County Sheriff’s Office Tehachapi Citizens Service Unit is looking for a few more...

 

Library receives gift from AAUW

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

 

Sage Ranch gets initial approval

Sage Ranch may be the largest planned community ever presented to the Tehachapi Planning Commission...

 

Kieffe and Sons Ford closing after 59 years in Kern County

Kieffe and Sons Ford dealership is closing its doors on its two locations in Mojave and Rosamond...

 

Learning from my dogs

As I'm sitting here trying to write my column for this issue of The Loop, and instead fretting...

 

12th Annual Wine and Chocolate Walk, Feb. 9

Downtown Tehachapi was full of friendly faces, sampling wine and enjoying handcrafted chocolates at...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Stallion Springs General Store is back in full operation after just over three months of upgrade...

 

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