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Articles from the March 31, 2018 edition

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Native plant sale

Spring plant sale time! Native and low water use plants are again being offered at the Tehachapi Resource Conservation District plant sale on Saturday, April 21 from 9 to 1 p.m., at 321 W. C St.,...

 

Creative creations and beautiful sentiments

My daughter and I started a fun tradition when we moved back to Tehachapi a couple of years ago. Mommy, daughter dates at The Spirited Bead. It's one of those unique, tucked away businesses that...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 31, 2018

Souza hosts candidate for District Attorney

On St. Patrick's Day, Bob and Patty Souza hosted a well- attended meet and greet at Souza Family Vineyard for Scott Spielman, who is running for Kern County District Attorney. Spielman went to school...

 

Tehachapi High School Robotics Team takes top honors

Over the weekend of March 22 through 25, the Tehachapi High School robotics team took home the most prestigious award, the Chairman's Award, from the regional robotics competition in Las Vegas. This...

 
 By Mark Hitt    Community    March 31, 2018

Roller Hockey in Tehachapi is set to start

Tehachapi Mountain Roller Hockey has been making preparations for the upcoming 2018 season and evaluations have been set for the weekend of April 21 and 22. T.M.R.H. is a non-profit, travel club team...

 
 By Diana Wade    Community    March 31, 2018

Can Addison's disease qualify for social security disability?

In humans, the adrenal glands sit right at the top of the kidneys. The main function of these glands is to produce a number of hormones that regulate a multitude of body functions. Addison's disease...

 

U.S. Naval Test Pilots at Mojave Airport

For the past 21 years, in March and September, we have invited the graduating class of the Navy Test Pilot School from Patuxent River, MD, over to the hangar for a barbecue when they are in the area...

 

Tehachapi affirms support for business

I'm very proud of the way Tehachapi continues to shine among our peers in Kern County. Recently, Tehachapi was showcased as part of the Kern Economic Summit in Bakersfield, as both our healthy real...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 31, 2018

Meet Your New Neighbors

Dan and Sarah Gildea arrived in Tehachapi from San Diego in November. Health problems forced Dan to sell the auto repair shop in Santee he had owned for 30 years and retire. The San Diego area is an e...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 31, 2018

Big things are happening at TVRPD

It was an unusually full house at the March 20 Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District board meeting. General Manager Michelle Vance informed the board that the Tehachapi City Council approved a...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    March 31, 2018

The Esplanade

A decade or more back, when I first saw the construction/renovation of Green St., with colorful road tiles on the intersections, newly designed street signs, and an added "first for Tehachapi," a one...

 
 By Mel White    Community    March 31, 2018

Things you don't really need to know

I read somewhere that every time you learn something, your brain gets a new wrinkle in it, suggesting that the more wrinkles your brain has, the smarter you are. Sometimes I just don't want to waste...

 

Moroccan spiced roasted cauliflower salad

Described by Arab botanists and known to the Romans, the cauliflower originally came from Cyprus, and was introduced to France from Italy in the middle of the 16th century. Today, food writers everywh...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove to feature James Barrs

April First Friday will feature artist James Barrs, a rock collector extraordinaire. He creates unique expressions in natural stones. He walks the desert finding beautiful rocks. He then polishes,...

 

New at the Tehachapi Museum: Telegraph insulators, porcelain boxes and Anthony family exhibits

For April 6 First Friday Art Walk, the Tehachapi Museum will feature several new exhibits. The Museum is open from 5 to 8 pm for First Friday and also offers appetizers, desserts, and champagne for gu...

 

Mill Town Marketplace celebrates their sixth First Friday Night Market

Mill Town Marketplace is celebrating their sixth First Friday Night Market on April 6. Local residents that craft their own products will be in pop-up tents in the parking lot of Alligator Rose at...

 

Marley's Mutts needs your help!

In response to over 150 dogs being seized from a home in Tehachapi,  Marley's Mutts will spend the next several days rescuing as many dogs from our local shelters as possible. This is a double...

 

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club has begun their Freestyle wrestling season with the Kern County Wrestling Association, competing in the KCWA Eastern Sabers Tournament, March 10 at East High School....

 

Kiwanis learns about 'California WaterFix'

Jonathan Hall, served in two capacities at the Kiwanis meeting on March 7. As our President, he conducted the meeting, then stepped into his role as a member of Tehachapi's water board as our...

 

90 years of worship, come celebrate our anniversary!

Plans are underway to celebrate 90 years of worship at the little church on the corner of E and Green right here in Tehachapi. On Sunday, April 15 during the 10:30 a.m. worship, we will take a walk...

 

Magnolias are Spring-ing up at the BeeKay Theatre!

Maybe we're drawn into loving "Steel Magnolias" because we see real life truth in it. Inspired in the heart of author Robert Harling after he had lost his own beloved sister, Harling found solace,...

 

After the rain, blossoms of spring

Mountainbase, a private weather reporting station located at Oak Knolls in Golden Hills, reports that the total rainfall in March through the 28th was 3.06 inches, which is 1.41 inches more than...

 

Please participate

The first caller just heard that her husband wanted a divorce. She rang me in a panic, having no idea what to do when he offered that she buy the house from him. The next was a widow of three weeks,...

 

Should you #DeleteFacebook?

Without turning this column into a link-fest, I'll try to summarize this whole kerfuffle about Facebook for you and give you some options. In 2014, a developer created a personality quiz for...

 

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