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Articles from the July 7, 2018 edition

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School pride has deep roots

A mini-forest has sprouted at Tehachapi High School. After vandals cut down about two dozen trees in May, a group of nearly 130 volunteers took to the soil and replanted not only the destroyed trees,...

 
 By Tammy Engel    Local News    July 7, 2018

USDA update

If you're working with a local lender, you may already know about the USDA's Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program. It works when buying in our zip code and allows for no down payment. The...

 

8th annual Mule, Donkey and Horse Show

The eighth annual Mule, Donkey, and Horse Show is coming to Bear Valley Springs Equestrian Center on Aug. 3, 4 and 5. It's the second largest mule and donkey show in the state. Being sanctioned by...

 

Why Cheers to Charity?

Why attend Cheers to Charity? Why spend an evening sipping a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon at beautiful Aviator Park? Why enjoy a variety of foods, wines, beers, coffee and desserts - while enjoying...

 

New phone settings and fixing slow browsers

Hey, congratulations; you've got a new phone. You (or the helpful people at the store) activated your new phone and you're all logged in and ready to go. Before you go out and use your phone to shoot...

 

City budgets – then and now

I found a year end budget report for the city of Tehachapi for 1957 and set it aside until it was closer to this year's budget adoption, which is now. The June 30, 1957 ending balance totaled...

 

June Bug Dance

Cooler Tehachapi temperatures drew dancers from all over Kern County to come and enjoy a night of dancing during the Tehachapi Gandy Dancers Square Dance Club's June Bug Dance. Representatives from...

 
 By Nancy Bacon    Community    July 7, 2018

Biblical stories come to life

There's an HIV shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, that brings me close to Jesus. Albergue Las Memorias is an amazing place of men, women and children who live in community caring for one another. When people...

 

Our City attracts talent

Tehachapi's got talent. No that isn't the name of a new variety show for network television, although I do believe we could fill a few hours of air time with some folks in our community, but that's...

 

Goat Yoga – We're not kidding

Mullenax Ranch of Tehachapi is introducing their mobile goat yoga program with baby Nigerian Dwarf Goats, a miniature breed of dairy goat. With classes in Tehachapi and throughout the state,...

 

Sligo Rags to perform at Concerts in the Park, July 15

The second of three free "Concerts in the Park" will feature Sligo Rags, a rollicking Celtic "pub" band with a "decidedly bluegrass attitude." The concert will take place on Sunday, July 15 at 2 p.m....

 

'Down under' singer-songwriter, Jackie Bristow comes up July 13

Fiddlers Crossing prides itself in bringing performers from every corner of America and beyond to play in Tehachapi. In addition to the United States, musicians and singers from Canada, Ireland,...

 

Going to the dogs

I don't often talk about the dogs here, but they are an integral part of the ranch. If you have been here, you have probably met most of them. At the very least, you have spent time with Doug, Dolly a...

 

Mojave CHP Open House

Mojave CHP Open House...

 

BVSCAA sponsors local band Blonde Mustard at Cub Lake

Join the fun at the lake on Sunday, July 22 at 3 p.m. Bring your picnic lunch and the kids to enjoy the easy sounds of Jerry Mulkins, Gloria Yeager, Joy Gray, Steve Hall, Pat Shoptaw and any other...

 

LGBT Pride Picnic

Tehachapi Support LGBT invited the community to a picnic at Philip Marx Central Park on June 30 in honor of LGBT Pride Month. Shani December, a member of the organizing group, said this was the first...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    July 7, 2018

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The POA held its annual meeting on Saturday, June 23 at the Stallion Springs Community Center. David Aranda was the guest speaker. He brought the members up to date on community issues including...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    July 7, 2018

It's hard to be a 'good deed doer'

A few days ago I drove up our Golden Hills street to our mailbox. I had quite a bit of mail and was putting it into a bag when I noticed a Package Box key on the ground. Thinking I had dropped it as...

 
 By Mel White    Community    July 7, 2018

Keep your fork

This story I'm offering up today – actually a story and a little story within the story – is one of the favorite ones I've received lately. I don't know who wrote it (that "Author Unknown" is...

 

Sip Sip Hurray Wine Walk

Main Street Tehachapi presented the community with a delightful evening event on June 23. Main Street arranged three wine sampling stops around town. Each stop featured wines to taste and music to...

 

Classes & Events

The Tehachapi Treasure Trove is open Monday - Saturday 10 to 5 p.m., Sunday 11 to 4 p.m. Visit us online at www.tehachapitreasuretrove.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TehachapiTreasureTrove...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    July 7, 2018

Community center plan possibilities discussed

Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District held their third public meeting on June 28 to discuss the possibility of a new community center and upgrades to the existing park facilities to be...

 
 By Mark Burdick    Community    July 7, 2018

Preparation of Super Connie EC-121 for Ferry Flight

In 2012, I wrote a story about the Lockheed EC-121 Constellation or Super Connie that was sitting at Camarillo Airport and my son, Mark Burdick was helping Yank's Air Museum get it ready for a ferry f...

 

4th of July in Tehachapi

4th of July in Tehachapi...

 

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