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Articles from the June 21, 2014 edition

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When Cash Is Not King

Really, he was trying to help. Knowing that he needed a clean paper trail for the money they’d use to buy a house, he opened a new account. Since the bank puts holds on checks for the first month,...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    June 21, 2014

Meet Your New Neighbors

Kris and Randy Gruben moved to Tehachapi from Mission Viejo primarily to be near family. Their son, Josh, recently moved here with his family and I had“welcomed” them in April. The Grubens...

 

Senior Center Expands Exercise Classes

With the warmer months, the Tehachapi Senior Center has expanded both the Club Strength and Club Stretch exercise classes along with setting Zumba Gold four times a week. Call the Senior Center at...

 
 By Loop Staff    Community    June 21, 2014

Mano and Hugo Win for Tehachapi!

Whoever heard of a Nut Festival, and who would compete at such an event? Mano Lujan (pictured above right) and Hugo Garcia (pictured above left) would, that's who! Mano is the visionary owner of Red...

 

Tehachapi Depot... Crowned?

Known as a "Railroad Signal Board" this newly erected and restored semi-fore style signal, is now standing taller than the Depot and was last seen in front of the Chamber of Commerce building here in...

 

BMOA Offers Summer Fun

Want to do something different this summer? Maybe something you have entertained, in thought, but never pursued? Could it be a part of you would like to learn more about art? Say photography, oil,...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    June 21, 2014

The Pool is Open!

The swimming pool at the Stallion Springs Community Center opened on June 7. Two sessions of lessons are still available, Session 2, from July 7 through 18, and Session 3, from July 28 through August...

 
 By Donia White    Community    June 21, 2014

Skinovative

For those of you I have not yet met, my name is Donita White and I am a local small business owner. I am sole proprietor of Skinovative Face & Body by Donita, and independently contracted to work...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    June 21, 2014

Fred and The 'Duke'

Sometimes when reliving memories of years past I think of something that is just too good to keep to myself. My husband and his friend, Sergeant Major, Frederick W. Filkins, were what you would call...

 

Happy 4th of July

The year was 1976 and it was the bicentennial celebration, the United States of America was 200 years old. The young girl, only twelve, was fascinated by the big celebration in her small Oregon town....

 
 By Ben Graham    Local News    June 21, 2014

Free Yourself from the Cycle of Emotional Investing

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. In many areas of your life, you’re probably aware that it’s useful to keep emotions out of your...

 
 By Diana Wade    Community    June 21, 2014

Will my Benefits Stop?

Whether you are collecting Social Security Disability (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), your medical records will be reviewed periodically to see if you are still disabled enough for benef...

 

Moessner Farms at Farmers Market

Each summer Moessner Farms can be found at Tehachapi's Thursday Farmers Market, from 4-7pm through Aug. 14 in Railroad Park. Enjoy fresh produce, pastries, canned preserves, and vegies. You can also...

 

Tehachapi's Own Kelly Saunders is Here for You

Kelly Saunders, who many may remember as a former manager of our local Union Bank, has joined Keiffe & Sons Ford as their Fleet Sales Consultant. As a Fleet Sales Consultant Kelly is prepared to...

 

Qualified and Non- qualified Annuities

Annuities come in many different forms. There are immediate and deferred annuities, with both fixed and variable rates. However, whatever the type of annuity, all can be classified as either...

 

First Saturday at Gallery 'n' Gifts Features New Artist

Word is out, as you may have heard by now, "First Friday" at Gallery 'n' Gifts for July will be "First Saturday" on July 5. Barbecues, tailgate parties and fireworks displays are going to take...

 

TCT Drama Day Camp to the Rescue

Do you need to find a fun activity for your children this summer? Need to get them out of the house and away from the boob tube or the never ending hours on computer games? Never fear, Summer Drama...

 

Roll on Over to Postal ASAP!

The staff at Postal ASAP wishes you a safe and happy 4th of July. come see us for some cheer and ship your package while you're here. We ship Fed EX, UPS, and Post Office....

 

The Woods Pavilion is Officially Open

The Woods Pavilion grand opening was absolutely a grand affair held in their newely created space. The Chamber Directors Kathy Carey and Claudia White; Chamber Ambassadors Pat Doody, Kathleen Kline,...

 

TCT Presents 110 In The Shade

110 In The Shade is a musical adaptation of the well known movie "The Rainmaker" starring, Katherine Hepburn and Burt Lancaster. Show times are Friday, June 27 and Saturdays, June 21 and 28 at 7:30...

 

Native American Delicacies

I found an article my mother Marion Deaver wrote about the Shoshones of Kern County, what they ate, and how they gathered it. I thought you all might like to see a photo of my mother in action, so I...

 

Police Department Dedication

For those that missed it today, the public is invited to come tour the new Police Department's facilities tomorrow, between 9 a.m. and Noon....

 
 By Liz R Kover    Community    June 21, 2014

Shedding the Weight

With the obesity crisis weighing down both human and canine populations, research into how to tackle the problem is emerging from scientists in varying disciplines. Currently, the American Kennel...

 

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