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'Charlee' now at Treasure Trove

Charlee (Charlotte Ruse) has been making jewelry for over 20 years. One day, when at an arts & crafts festival, she saw a pair of earrings and, noting the price, she thought, "I can make that."...

 

Say "I Love You!" in The Loop

It's really easy, all you have to do is email your Father's Day message (20 words or less) to sales@theloopnewspaper.com It's FREE and it's fun, Dad will LOVE it! But HURRY!...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    June 6, 2015

Thai Palms is back!

After being closed for six months, the restaurant on South Street has reopened under new ownership featuring a classic Thai cuisine. Age, as she calls herself, bought the ten year old restaurant in...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    June 6, 2015

Johnny's Take and Bake Pizza

Johnny's Take and Bake Pizza opened its doors on Jan 1, 1990. The recipes were obtained from Four Boys Pizza. Johnny's founder named it Johnny's Take and Bake Pizza after her brother John. She had a v...

 

Café Musique Back for encore, June 12

Get out your dancing shoes and get ready to tango – Café Musique is coming back to town! The Quintet received such an enthusiastic reception when they performed in Fiddlers Crossing last year that...

 
 By Tammy Engel    Local News    June 6, 2015

Home Ownership: What you need to know now

On-line home shopping website Trulia has recently produced a Rent versus Buy Report. Their findings show that in major metropolitan areas throughout the country, homeownership remains cheaper than...

 

Mega author book signing to help save Tehachapi's Pets

Tehachapi-Have a Heart Humane Society is excited to announce the publication of "Touched By A Furry Angel," with a book signing featuring 25 Tehachapi pet lovers/writers on Saturday, June 13 and Sunda...

 
 By Mark Fisher    Community    June 6, 2015

Animals on wheels

Just the other day I was flipping channels since I couldn’t find anything on and stumbled across the PBS show Nature, reshowing the episode “My Bionic Pet”. This concerned the lives of several...

 
 By Liz Block    Community    June 6, 2015

Can't give 'em away!

The FREE low flow toilets and FREE installation program has been available to City of Tehachapi residents and businesses with older buildings since September, 2014. For those who participated – you...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    June 6, 2015

Meet Your New Neighbors

Teresa Magart and Ryan Young moved to Tehachapi in January with their two-and-a-half year old daughter, Skylar. They came from Wrightwood, an area in the San Bernardino Mountains that is known...

 

Are you covered by Medicare?

If you are at least 65 or older you are eligible for Medicare. You can choose to take your Social Security at an earlier age, but Medicare cannot be taken earlier unless you are disabled in some way....

 

Clear as mud

Of the common diets provided by physicians and nurses to their patients, two would seem to be easy to understand and follow: clear liquids used for g.i. tests such as colonoscopies and the diet for diverticulitis/diverticulosis. Unfortunately,...

 

Creating your internet dating profile

This is like a resume for a job but the “job” you’re applying for is for a partner in your life, or at least it is in my case, not exactly the same. Am I making any sense here? My own daughter told me to lie. “You don’t look your age,...

 

Bring in the Red Cross

There is a member of the family that I have unintentionally failed to acknowledge in the past. This oversight is in no way a reflection of the influence or unyielding commitment this individual has sh...

 
 By Rick Gillies    Community    June 6, 2015

Drought tolerant plants

If you are planting a new landscape, drought tolerant plants are a viable option! I have many different Sedums to choose from, they are very low growing to 3' tall. One of the most drought tolerant pl...

 

Reviewing your finances mid-year

You made it through tax season and now you’re looking forward to your summer vacation. But before you go, take some time to review your finances. Mid-year is an ideal time to do so, because the...

 

Chili Cookoff

The Main Street Chili Cookoff will take place on Saturday, June 20 from 11 am to 3:30 p.m. along Green Street in Downtown Tehachapi. Join in the festival atmosphere with activities and treats for...

 

"Movin' On" to play Chili CookOff

Movin’ On will appear at the Main Street Tehachapi Chili CookOff again this year. The local band has a great following and has appeared in numerous local venues, such as the VFW and Moose Lodge, Souza Family Vineyard events, the Bear Valley...

 

Main Street Farmers Market is here

The Main Street Farmers Market at Railroad Park, on Tehachapi Blvd, runs from 4 to 7 pm on Thursdays throughout the summer, ending August 13. Farmers and local growers will again be the focus, with...

 

The old bait and switch

The “Old Bait and Switch” is pretty simple: A dealer advertises a very low price on a particular car, but once you arrive at the dealership, they tell you it has already been sold or they try to...

 

Saying goodbye to Walter

Goodbyes are never easy. I've lost a lot of animals over the years, and each one brings its own pain: Oscar, the white fallow deer whose presence changed my life. Wesley, my first bouvier dog who...

 
 By Cathy Hansen    Community    June 6, 2015

Steam trains to space dreams

In 2012, Mojave Desert Bank, now Mission Bank, commissioned artist Art Siordia to paint a mural that depicted the history of Mojave from the early days of steam trains and the Twenty-Mule-Teams to...

 

Rotary springs into action

The Rotary Club of Tehachapi has had a busy spring with several fundraising events, and we’ve also designated funds towards highly cherished projects. First there was an Afternoon Tea at Fiddler’s Crossing and the proceeds were donated to the...

 
 By Amy Stewart    Community    June 6, 2015

Field of Dreams closes

After 10 years in Tehachapi, Field of Dreams Alpacas are closing our doors. Due to the rising costs it is no longer financially possible to maintain proper care of the alpacas. It has been a privilege for our family to be custodians and caregivers to...

 

Tehachapi airport manager moves on to new skies

TEHACHAPI, CA – On May 27, 2015, the City of Tehachapi announced that Airport Manager, Tom Glasgow, has chosen to move on to new skies, returning to the private sector as a chief pilot. Glasgow has served as the City of Tehachapi’s Airport...

 

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