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Articles from the April 27, 2019 edition

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Farmers Market begins May 9

Thursday, May 9 from 4 to 7:30 p.m. is the first Farmers Market of 2019. Main Street Tehachapi Farmers Market is one of Tehachapi's favorite events, giving you an opportunity to shop for fresh...

 

History Walk Plaques along Green Street to be dedicated May 7

A dedication ceremony will be held in Centennial Plaza on Green Street to commemorate the installation of a series of plaques pointing out historical facts about Tehachapi. The dedication on Tuesday,...

 

Depot celebrates volunteers

Friends of the Tehachapi Depot (FOTD) held a big "thank you" dinner and award ceremony on Tuesday evening at the Depot Railroad Museum, 101 W. Tehachapi Blvd. The FOTD volunteers who work so hard...

 

Roller Hockey in Tehachapi is set to start

Tehachapi Mountain Roller Hockey has been making preparations for the upcoming 2019 season and evaluations have been set for the weekend of May 4 and 5. TMRH is a nonprofit, travel club team that practices in Tehachapi but travels to places like...

 

An afternoon of Kawaiisu storytelling, May 19

Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear Luther Girado and his sister Lucille Girado Hicks, the last fluent-speaking Kawaiisu Indians, tell stories and engage in discussion in Nuwä, the language of...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    April 27, 2019

Meet Your New Neighbors

Andre and Gina Colon decided to move to Tehachapi after a visit to friends here. They enjoyed the visit so much that they decided to stay overnight and then eventually move. Andre said that the...

 

Good Deed Awards

The Tehachapi American Legion Auxiliary Unit 221 held a Good Deed Award ceremony before their regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 17 at the Veterans Memorial Building. The American Legion...

 

May the Fourth be with you

Is coming to a library near you. That's right, Star Wars Day is coming to the Tehachapi Library on May the Fourth. (Get it? May the Fourth, May the Force...) And we're all invited to visit several of...

 

'Give Big' to Have a Heart

Have a Heart Humane Society invites you to help celebrate Give Big Kern! Give Big Kern is, “One day to celebrate the giving spirit of Kern County!” It is designed to bring all of Kern together as one community, raising dollars and volunteer...

 

AAUW views historic photos

Charles White, president of Tehachapi Heritage League, spoke recently to members and friends of the American Association of University Women. He used a series of photographs to show the transition of...

 

Summit Singers concert

It’s time to get your tickets for the Summit Singers concert on May 11. They’re now available from any of the singers, or from the Treasure Trove, Radio Shack and Tehachapi Furniture. As always,...

 

Audition notice for 'Little Women'

Tehachapi Community Theatre will present an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s famous novel, “Little Women” in September. Director Monica Nadon is seeking men and women ranging in age from 13 – 70 years old to fill the following roles of this...

 

Local engineers sponsor workshop

The Antelope Valley forms the center of the largest aerospace test and training area in the world ... home to the U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy, NASA and commercial test and training facilities. The so-called “Aerospace Valley” encompasses some of...

 

Windows 7 nagging, smartphone diagnostics

Windows 7 nagging Microsoft won't stop supporting Windows 7 (Win7) until January of next year, but Win7 machines will soon start seeing popup messages warning of the end of support. After support...

 

Spring Showers Bring May Flowers

Rachel Siegfried created a flower farm in 2008. She grows seasonal flowers and arranges them for weddings and special events. In her book “The Flower Box” she shares 60 beautiful photos of...

 

The Serial: Calling all writers

In the April 13 edition of The Loop newspaper, we invited readers to use their creativity and join in on adding to our serial story, “Valley of Light.” Part 1 is written to give you a running...

 

Dan Navarro concert, May 11

Fiddlers Crossing has presented a wide-range of acoustically-based music during its nine years in Downtown Tehachapi. From traditional folk styles to contemporary acoustic pop, Americana, country,...

 

Community raises more than $189,000 for imaging center at AHTV

Recognizing a need for more advanced diagnostic equipment, community members pledged more than $189,000 in gifts during a benefit dinner on April 9 to go toward a planned $3 million imaging center at...

 

Should you borrow from your 401(k)?

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. If you work for a business that offers a 401(k) plan, consider yourself fortunate, because a 401(k),...

 

Jewelry of Linda Turco featured at Tehachapi Museum

First Friday on May 3 will feature the jewelry of Linda Turco at the Tehachapi Museum. Linda has been fascinated with the artistry of jewelry, beadwork in particular, since childhood. Her background...

 

Gallery 'N' Gifts features Tehachapi resident and painter, Louise Saunders

Louise Saunders was born in Phoenix, Ariz., the youngest daughter of an Arizona ranching family. She attended Colorado Woman's College in Denver where she studied business and psychology, but spent...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove to feature Karen's Fiber Arts Supplies

First Friday Fun Fest will be celebrated at Tehachapi Treasure Trove on Friday evening, May 3, from 5 to 8 p.m. The Treasure Trove will be featuring Karen's Fiber Arts Supplies. Karen Stevens has...

 

The colors of Spring - Common wildflowers of the Tehachapi Mountains

Spring can be an amazingly beautiful time in the Tehachapi Mountains, especially after wet winters like we've had this year, when frequent storms are followed by a rainbow of colored wildflowers. It...

 

Broken air conditioners aren't cool

It's likely you don't give the air conditioning in your vehicle much thought until you notice it's failing or broken. The last thing you want is to be stuck in a vehicle with no air conditioning on ho...

 

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