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Articles from the July 22, 2017 edition

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Winning the battle of the thumbs

We’re short and sweet this week: Here is an article posted in the National Mortgage Professional magazine. While the majority of prospective homebuyers do their research on home loans online, they...

 

Meet local mural artist at Dunkin Donuts

Tehachapi mural artist Lyn Bennett will be on hand to talk to visitors and answer questions about her latest painting located in Dunkn Donuts on July 29 from 9 to 11 a.m. Dunkin Donuts commissioned...

 

Main Street Tehachapi awards $9,000 to three downtown businesses

Three downtown businesses have been awarded façade grants by Main Street Tehachapi for improvements made to their businesses or buildings. The checks totaling $9,000 were awarded on Monday, July 17...

 
 By Mel White    Community    July 22, 2017

Sometimes you just gotta laugh (at breakfast)

I was reminded the other day of a breakfast I had with friends a few years ago, an experience that has always served as a great lesson to me about how utterly draining negativity can be and how to dea...

 

Mojave's Poole Building

This is the third and probably the last of the historical collaborations between my brother Bill Deaver and me to write our columns. Bill did most of the writing on this one; however I provided the...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    July 22, 2017

Meet Your New Neighbors

One of Tehachapi’s newer residents is Linda Slover. Linda is also owner of Twisted Sisters Revival, one of Tehachapi’s newest businesses. Linda arrived at the end of last year from Ft. Collins,...

 

Let's talk about cookies

Mmmm, cookies. Unfortunately, I’m not talking about the delicious cookies you make in the kitchen. I’m talking about the cookies stored on your computer. Wait, what? How do these cookies get on my...

 
 By Ben Graham    Local News    July 22, 2017

Stay calm on the investment 'Roller Coaster'

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. Unless you live near an amusement park that does a lot of advertising, you probably didn’t know that...

 

Aggressive behavior

L.J. from Stallion Springs, writes, "What are some signs of aggression in dogs? How can I diagnose my dog's behavior as aggressive?" Dear L.J., Thanks for your question! First, a disclaimer: While I...

 

Cow tales!

Friday, July 14, was National Cow Day. This made me think of a story. Here goes. Did I ever tell you about the time George and I were volunteering at Wildlife Waystation in the mountains north of Los...

 

BVS Carriage & Driving Society, July 2017

June and July have been busy, action packed, fun months for the Carriage Club. On June 17, we held one of our clicker training workshops. These events are wonderful to watch. The most interesting...

 

Iconic restaurant closes, temporarily

When asked what her parting words would be, Kathy Bassler of Kelcy's Cafe said, "It's been a good life, a pleasure to serve our extended family, but it's time to relax." Family is the word we kept...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    July 22, 2017

Remembering the day

Few would elect to be in a major disaster but if you’ve experienced one, there is a kinship with those who also shared the catastrophe that creates a lasting camaraderie. People sometimes ask,...

 
 By Larry LaCom    Community    July 22, 2017

Interview with Eric Scarlett

Eric Scarlett is one of Tehachapi's claims to fame. If you've ever wondered who built the world's largest barbecue grill, or the world's biggest motorcycle, look no further than Bear Valley Springs,...

 

Comparing long-term care insurance policies – Part 2

How do the policies you’re considering stack up against each other? Which benefits and features mean the most to you? How much can you customize each policy to your needs? These are very important...

 

Berkley Hart returns to Fiddlers Crossing August 4

Storytelling in music is as old as melody. Although today's pop music tends to focus more on "beats" than ballads, musical storytelling is still alive and well in acoustic music. Over the last seven...

 

First Friday in Downtown Tehachapi - 5-8 p.m., August 4

Tehachapi Museum and Errea House 'Art on the Porch' featuring Jon Hammond "Art on the Porch" continues in August with a First Friday display of cowboy, ranching, farming, and outdoor items on the...

 

Sheridan's Sister Grand Opening

Friends and Chamber of Commerce members assisted Virgina Sheridan with the Ribbon Cutting at her second location at 114 W. Tehachapi Blvd. on July 13....

 

Lions Club thanks the Tehachapi community and visitors

The Tehachapi Lions Club would like to thank the community of Tehachapi and visitors to our wonderful city for their support of the Lions hot dog sales at the July 4th Hot Dog Festival in Philip Marx...

 

Canine Companions for Independence delivers life-changing freedom

Here is lovely Melissa Billingsley from Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) with her amazing service pup "Hiltie" during their visit to the beautiful BeeKay Theater. Hiltie's job? "Hearing Dog"...

 

Chase the Blues away with TCT's presentation of: 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

TCT's next production begins August 4, 2017, presenting the hilarious musical comedy, "The Drowsy Chaperone". Directed by Christine Guarante, Drowsy begins with a 'man in the chair', (played by Jason...

 

A Spitfire at Mojave, a decade ago

The aircraft in the photo above is a rare Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IXc/e that underwent flight testing here at Mojave Airport over a decade ago before it was shipped to the TAM Air Museum Americana...

 

2017 National Night Out, Aug. 1

This will be the seventh year for Tehachapi's National Night Out. Again, Tehachapi Police Department and the Tehachapi Police Foundation are partnering to bring demonstrations, education, tours of equ...

 
 By Joe Wallek    Local News    July 22, 2017

Concerns from a School Board member

During the June 27, 2017 TUSD Board meeting, the administration presented their report regarding the Critical Incident Review (CIR) of the TUSD by the California Department of Education (CDE), Special Education Division (SED). This was an on-site rev...

 

Aerospace Education Summer Camp at Edwards Air Force Base July 30 to Aug. 5

Civil Air Patrol California Wing (CAWG) announces their Aerospace Education Summer Camp at Edwards Air Force Base July 30 to Aug. 5. Cadets age 12-18 will take part in a variety of aerospace activities in science, technology, engineering, and math...

 

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