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Articles from the June 19, 2021 edition

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Tehachapi's Grand Reopening ceremony

On June 15, more than 50 local Tehachapi small businesses and nonprofits participated in the Grand...

 

2021 Tehachapi Oldtimer's Picnic

The 2021 Tehachapi Oldtimer’s Picnic will be held Sunday, Aug. 1 at Central Park. This event is for people who have lived here in Tehachapi for 40...

 

Tehachapi's All American 4th of July returns

We are here on the verge of our Independence Day, grateful for the opportunity to celebrate once aga...

 
 By John Nelson    Community    June 19, 2021

Life, liberty and the pursuit of...plumbing?

A well-known phrase in the United States Declaration of Independence is "Life, Liberty and the...

 

Independence Day... from your Mortgage!

As we near the celebration of America's Independence, it got me thinking about American's efforts...

 

Homesteading 103 Workshop

In this year’s Homesteading 103 Workshop, we will be teaching about food preservation. Now is the time to learn how to preserve your hard-won...

 

Tehachapi Museum and Errea House Museum reopen June 19

After being closed for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tehachapi Museum and...

 
 By Nate Reed    Happenings    June 19, 2021

Meet Nate 'Shotgunn' Reed

Nate was born in Colorado in 1978. He moved to Arizona when he was 5 and has called it home since....

 
 By TVRPD    Happenings    June 19, 2021

Movies at the park, summer schedule

Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District is excited to announce that we have brought back movies at the park for the summer. We have four movies...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    June 19, 2021

Meet Your New Neighbors

Ron and Glenda Rich moved to Tehachapi about a year ago from Ridgecrest where they had lived since t...

 

Elder Abuse Awareness Month

The month of June is Elder Abuse Awareness month and June 15 is world Elder Abuse Awareness day....

 
 By Mel White    Happenings    June 19, 2021

Celebrate First Friday at the Treasure Trove 

First Fridays are back! Now that downtown has reopened we are once again able to offer our First Fri...

 
 By Diana Wade    Community    June 19, 2021

What about probate? (Part Three)

What if a person holds property in another state? If you own real estate in another state, that...

 

Summer at the Tehachapi Library

The Tehachapi Library is continuing to work toward getting back to normal. The library is open from...

 

Tips to keep your pups happy during 4th of July fireworks

The 4th of July is right around the corner. While it can be a relaxing day of barbecuing, watermelon...

 

2021 Calendar for Tehachapi Vacation Bible Schools (VBS)

July 19-23, 9 a.m.-noon, ages 4-12 at Country Oaks Baptist Church, 20915 Schout Road, (661) 822-1379. Registration is $8, includes shirt and crafts....

 

Betty J. DeLany May 7, 1937 – May 16, 2021

Betty J. DeLany died on May 16. She was 84 years old. Betty was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on May 7,...

 
 By Ann Carroll    Community    June 19, 2021

Have A Heart awards scholarship

Have A Heart Humane Society presented a $1,000 scholarship on May 27 to a very deserving senior...

 

Take Your Best Shot photo contest is back

The 2021 Take Your Best Shot photo contest is back. Tehachapi Valley Arts Association is...

 

Not secure and 'initialism'

Remember when there was a little green lock in your browser when you went to a secure website like...

 
 By EhCapa    Happenings    June 19, 2021

EhCapa Bareback Riders

EhCapa has been thrilling audiences with their exceptional and courageous riding skills at rodeos,...

 

Gallery 'N' Gifts featured artist of July

Dennis Gierman is an artist, musician and woodworker. Although born in Ohio, he spent most of his...

 

Harold Eugene Jensen February 19, 1928 – June 1, 2021

Harold Eugene Jensen, 93, of Lancaster, California, passed away on June 1. Hal, as he liked to be...

 

Kern County re-opens and celebrates moving beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy

Today, June 15, the state announced that the Blueprint for a Safer Economy is retired and everyday life will feel a lot like before COVID-19, with...

 
 By Mel White    Community    June 19, 2021

On fathers and fatherhood 

For some reason, mothers and Mother's Day seems to be a much bigger deal than fathers and Father's...

 

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