Articles from the March 18, 2023 edition

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 By Mel Makaw    Community    March 18, 2023

Women's History Month

March is National Women's History Month here in the United States, which is also just a small part...

 

Open recruitment for the Hall EMT Academy

Hall Ambulance is looking to hire and train the next generation of EMS workers starting this May...

 
 By The Loop    Community    March 18, 2023

The Loop newspaper celebrates 22 years

The Loop newspaper turned 22 years old this March. The newspaper wouldn't be here without our...

 

Salvation Army food giveaway, April 5

The Salvation Army of Tehachapi is having a food giveaway on Wednesday, April 5 at 8 a.m. Pantry...

 

More healing, fun and free talks at Healthy Hippie Trading Co.

Saturday, March 25 will be the third Energy Fair at Healthy Hippie Trading Co., located in Old Town,...

 

Tehachapi blood drive, March 22

Wednesday, March 22 will be the date for the next Tehachapi Blood Drive, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m....

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 18, 2023

Council honors local Girl Scout Troop

Tehachapi Girl Scout Troop 8014 was the primary focus of the March 6 City Council meeting. Before...

 

Keep illness out of the workplace

Compliance Training Group here with an employee health and wellness update. Winter has definitely...

 

Simply Perfect Easter Traditions

Easter egg hunts can trace their origins to a medieval practice where the priest of a parish would...

 

TRCD announces Native Plant Sale

The Tehachapi Mountains can be a challenging place to garden. Many of the plants carried in chain...

 

Rainbow's End, an adorable miniature rose

Roses generally do well in Tehachapi, and my recommendation for one of the best miniature roses you...

 

5 myths of a reverse mortgage

A reverse mortgage is a term you may or may not be familiar with. The formal name is a Home Equity C...

 

Karl's Hardware's merchandise giveaway

It's that time again! Time for Karl's Hardware's $500 merchandise giveaway. The winner, who will be...

 

Hikers arriving, Angels ready to help

Tehachapi is about to become a hub for international and domestic hikers. Trekkers from all over the...

 

What's Up in Bear Valley Springs?

On Thursday, March 9, a packed house greeted the CSD Board at the monthly meeting. General Manager Bill Malinen surprised the gathering with an...

 

Rising Star Riders calls for artists

Rising Star Riders (RSR), in conjunction with Tehachapi Arts Center Co-op (TAC) present the inaugural 5x5 art show and sale. The show will take place...

 

401(k) door opens for small-business owners

Are you a business owner who has wanted to offer a retirement plan to your employees, but you've...

 

Results announced for 40th annual Kern County History Day

Students from schools across Kern County competed in the 40th annual Kern County History Day on...

 

Raymond Heit July 29, 1920 – March 6, 2023

Raymond Heit passed away on March 6 at the age of 102. He was a resident of Bear Valley for 50...

 

Web browser notifications and about:blank

I'm sure it seemed like a good idea at the time, letting websites show notifications about new...

 

Faeries

I sometimes ponder on how to say enough about a book I review without giving away too much. It's...

 

Art supply donation

Tehachapi Valley Arts Association and Gallery 'N' Gifts is at it again. When the Stallion Springs...

 
 By Pat Doody    Happenings    March 18, 2023

Western artist Frank Ordaz at Art 2023 Tehachapi

Those attending the VIP opening event of Art 2023 Tehachapi on July 21 will have the opportunity to...

 
 By Marty Pay    Community    March 18, 2023

Love my concerts

I got hooked on concerts when I was young. I remember seeing the band Cream on Sunset and a Coke cos...

 

2023 All Tehachapi Youth Art Contest

Tehachapi Valley Arts Association is excited to announce their 2023 All Tehachapi Youth Art...

 

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