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Articles from the September 1, 2018 edition

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  • Economic Development Update

    Corey Costelloe, Assistant to the City Manager|Sep 1, 2018

    Dignity Health establishes Tehachapi Medical Practice When Dr. Mark Pesche retired after decades of medical service in Tehachapi, it didn't take long to find a new care provider for the practice located at 707 W. Valley Blvd. Dignity Health, the fifth largest health care provider in the nation is the new tenant, and will bring their excellent care to Tehachapi residents. Isaac Lin, Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for Dignity Health says Tehachapi has been a market that has...

  • 2018 Mountain Festival PRCA Rodeo

    Nick Smirnoff, NPPA|Sep 1, 2018

  • Carrots, eggs and coffee

    Mel White|Sep 1, 2018

    Time to share another one of those little stories that shows up every now and then on my computer screen (by that prolific writer known as "Author Unknown"). I especially loved this one the minute I read it and knew I had to pass it on. It's sort of a fable, about carrots, eggs and coffee ... and, well, you'll see. Read on: A young woman went to her father and shared with him her life and heart, how things had been so difficult for her lately and how she found herself tempted to give up. She was...

  • 2018 Mountain Festival Gem and Mineral Show

    Nick Smirnoff, NPPA|Sep 1, 2018

  • 2018 Thunder on the Mountain Car Show

    Nick Smirnoff, NPPA|Sep 1, 2018

    The 21st annual Thunder on the Mountain car show was held August 19 in downtown Tehachapi. Visitors enjoyed the sights and sounds of hundreds of classic and modern cars. Funds raised are given to local charities and scholarships....

  • The Golden State

    Pat Gracey|Sep 1, 2018

    Each Sept. 9, I often remind people that it is the anniversary of the State of California's Admission to the Union. Usually, the answer I receive is, "Really, I didn't know that!" It happened in 1850. California was the 31st state to be admitted to the Union. We're 168 years old. That's important! One might ask why, back in 1850, members of Congress in Washington, would want to admit the Golden State to the Union without following their usual custom of first making it a territory? Possibly...

  • What's Up in Stallion Springs?

    Ed Gordon|Sep 1, 2018

    Stallion Springs Road Construction Project The road contract is continuing. Change orders have been made to address some road repairs that were missed initially. If your street is scheduled for work, do not leave any vehicles in the roadway. This small inconvenience will assure that the work is completed in a timely fashion. Flaggers will be controlling the affected roadways during working hours. Drivers should expect delays. We remind all drivers to be cautious and courteous to road crews...