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Articles from the March 15, 2014 edition

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Taco Samich Celebrates 17 Years

Taco Samich is celebrating 17 years in business after having become a Tehachapi staple. Owners Irma...

 

Antelope Valley Fair Home Show

Homeowners looking for new ways to bring efficiency and style to their properties are encouraged to...

 

Got Transcripts?

When something happens repeatedly at my desk, you get to hear about it. Twice in the past few weeks...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 15, 2014

Meet Your New Neighbors

Rick and Cindy Remillard had been trying to move to Tehachapi for five years. Last November they...

 

Aging Gracefully

Some people don’t mind getting old, but few want to look the part these days. It’s all about...

 

PCT Section E: Part 1, Desert

"The Trail" is the Pacific Crest Scenic Trail (PCT). It begins at the Mexican border, travels north...

 

Loving Fred: Reflections of a Service Dog Trainer

My job over the last year has been to train a Labrador puppy as a service dog for a child with...

 

Cancellation of Debt Income

With the tough economic times we are currently enduring, many people unfortunately find themselves...

 

Kindness in Our Community

There are times that move swiftly…. This is one of those seasons for me. I have letters I...

 

Singer Ernest Troost Brings 'Cinematic Folk' on March 21

The "big dream" for many singer-songwriters is to have their music used in film or TV scores. For...

 

'Steel Magnolias'

Bakersfield Community Theatre is proud to announce our next production, and the cap to our 87th Season: Robert Harling’s “Steel Magnolias,...

 

TVAA All Youth Art Contest Entry Forms Are Now Available!

All Tehachapi Youth Art Contest Entry Forms are available now. Young artist don't miss this exciting...

 

California City

As usual I was digging through my mother Marion Deaver’s files and found some notes about the...

 

State Farm® Invites Community Residents to Submit Causes to Assist their Neighborhood

Forty causes will each receive a $25,000 grant to help complete their project. Do you have an idea that would make your community a better place to...

 

Communication is Tough

I’m sitting here at the keyboard trying to figure out what I’m going to say, while Moonpi my...

 

'One of the Toughest Beats in America'

Throughout my law enforcement career, I have had countless people from all walks of life thank my partners and I for the job we do, for being cops,...

 

How the Kawaiisu Depended on Local Plants

On Saturday March 22, Jon Hammond will talk on "Native Plants in Native Culture: How the Kawaiisu...

 

Preretirement

What is it? Preretirement is the stage of life before retirement and offers an opportunity to plan...

 

Optimal Hospice: It's About Living

In the past, when we thought about hospice care we tend to conjure up only images of death because...

 

Spring/Summer Surf Fishing

One of my most favorite things in fishing is to surf fish. Being on the beach, standing knee deep in...

 

Relay For Life has Kicked Off, Teams are Needed!

Today, two out of every three cancer patients will beat cancer; and one reason is the research...

 

Classes & Events

At Tehachapi Treasure Trove (TTT) Come and join the fun. No reservations necessary. Open Studios at the Treasure Trove do not require reservations...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    March 15, 2014

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

• The Stallion Springs Police Department is seeking qualified men and women to join the new citizen volunteer program. Becoming part of this unit...

 

Faithful Companions

Greetings, fellow pet lovers. I am the Pet Nanny and I am so honored to bring you another heart...

 

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