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Farmers Market begins May 4

Main Street Tehachapi will be presenting the farmers market to Tehachapi earlier this year, with a move from Railroad Park to Green Street. The market will begin on May 4 this season, and continue...

 

Steve Denman to speak at 31st annual Prayer Breakfast

Steve Denman has been selected as the keynote speaker at the May 4 Prayer Breakfast sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Tehachapi. The breakfast is one of the events planned for the National Day of Prayer....

 

Chocolate & Wine pairing party and Mother's Day Sunset Dinner

May will be a busy month at Triassic Vineyards in Tehachapi! We are excited to once again team with Vladimir Litt from Truffles 'N' Toffee on Saturday, May 6 from 3 to 5 p.m. for a Chocolate and Wine...

 

Ken Harney says...

Kenneth Harney is a nationally-syndicated columnist on real estate for the Washington Post Writers Group. Here’s his March 29 post about credit scores. When is your “credit score” irrelevant in...

 
 By Mel White    Community    April 29, 2017

Another day, another colonoscopy

I had my first colonoscopy in 2001, I was 53 years old and my doctor thought it was a good idea. A colonoscopy is a routine, preventative procedure that involves a tube with a camera being slid up...

 

Relay for Life Survivor Social brunch set for May 20

The Relay for Life Survivor Social Celebration returns this year on Saturday, May 20 and will be held at the beautiful Woods Pavillion at 323 W. F Street, downtown from 10 a.m. to noon. The Survivor Social honors the many incredible Strong Survivors...

 

Announcing the first annual Tehachapi Senior Fair, Sept. 23

We’re announcing the first annual Tehachapi Senoir Fair to be held on Sept. 23, 2017, at The Woods Pavilion. This event will focus on information and resources for seniors and their families. A single place where one can gather financial and...

 

Where did my money go?

If you’re like most Americans you’ve just passed two milestones this year, Tax Freedom Day, which is recognized on April 12, and Income Tax Filing Day, which is usually recognized as April 15 but...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    April 29, 2017

Meet Your New Neighbors

Will and Kami Dennis lived in Bakersfield for five years but wanted to move their family to more open spaces. They looked for more than two years. Will said that he wanted to go back to Wyoming where...

 

Marley's Mutts Mobile Spay & Neuter Clinic May 13

The first clinic will be in conjunction with Kern County Animal Services and San Joaquin Veterinary Hospital, Marley's is offering a low-cost spay and neuter clinics in outlying areas of Kern County,...

 

Aging women: ways to stay healthier

Like a surprise visit from your least favorite relative, aging can bring more than you’d bargained for: a few more wrinkles, a little less stamina, floppy arms, baggy kneecaps….Sound familiar?...

 

A bittersweet goodbye

We would like to thank all our customers for the support they have given us over the last 11+ years. You are what I will miss the most. A big Thank You to the City, the Tehachapi Train Club, Main Street, etc for the support and events that help the b...

 

How to get rid of acne

You can't cure acne but you can have clear skin if you know what you are doing. There are a few key concepts that you need to know to get your skin clear and get rid of acne. 1. You need to use the...

 

No partiality?

In the bible, Peter states that God "shows no partiality" to one group of people over another (Acts 10:34). God is not partial to Jews over Gentiles or Americans over Somalians. I wonder how God feels...

 
 By Key Budge    Community    April 29, 2017

Adopt-A-Flag program is back!

In 2012, the City of Tehachapi introduced a sponsorship program that allowed businesses, organizations, families or individuals to sponsor an American flag in downtown Tehachapi. The sponsorship...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    April 29, 2017

April Chamber luncheon

Assemblyman Vince Fong spoke in absentia at the April Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Fong, who was called out of town, phoned in his update on the new California gas tax and other issues in Sacramento....

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    April 29, 2017

Tehachapi City Council Update

Walmart update At the April 17 City Council meeting, Development Services Director Jay Schlosser presented two Walmart related issues. At their Feb. 21 Council meeting, the Tehachapi City Council...

 

Measuring risk – Part 2

Determine your investment time horizon The period of time for which you plan to stay invested in a particular vehicle is referred to as your investment planning time horizon. Generally speaking, the...

 

Another Fallen Hero Honor Cart to pass through Tehachapi

It's been almost a year since more than 70 motorcycles rumbled into the Tehachapi Love's Travel Stop, escorting an Alaska Airlines truck with a special cart in tow. A crowd of fascinated onlookers,...

 

Mysterious Muse: Works by Tina Dille

Bakersfield Museum of Art at 1930 R Street Bakersfield, Calif., will present the exhibition "Mysterious Muse" by Tina Dille from May 18 to Aug. 12, 2017. Gallery hours are 10 to 4 p.m., Tuesday throug...

 

Every mother deserves the best

It's certainly true, when Tehachapi's only Gourmet Dinner Party Club once again (weather permitting) opens up its grand patio in a beautiful park-like setting at the Gaiser Family Ranch, where it...

 

Tehachapi Symphony Concert to feature violinist Isaac Kim

The Tehachapi Symphony, directed by Dr. David Newby will perform on Sunday, May 7, 2017. The concert begins at 4 p.m. at Country Oaks Baptist Church, located at 20915 Schout Road, Tehachapi, Calif....

 
 By Key Budge    Local News    April 29, 2017

Communicating in the year 2017

Technology advances everyday making yesterday’s methods of doing business obsolete, or is it? Communication is the key to successful relationships in both our personal and business lives. The way...

 

First Friday in Downtown Tehachapi - 5-8 p.m., May 5

Tehachapi Museum featuring a permanent wave machine Just in time for Mother's Day the Tehachapi Museum is offering on First Friday only, selected pieces of jewelry at a 30% discount. All hammered...

 

Local Boy Scout builds bench on Pacific Crest Trail

Gary Gomes of Boy Scout Troop 135 in Bear Valley Springs became an Eagle Scout on January 24, 2017. For his Eagle Scout Project, he built a bench on the Pacific Crest Trail for the hikers to rest on...

 

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