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Articles from the November 10, 2018 edition

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You did it, Tehachapi! Hospital opens

The opening of the new hospital in Tehachapi on Nov. 7, 2018 marked the culmination of a long, bruising battle to see the project to completion. "I had many sleepless nights," said Dr. Sam Conklin, 82...

 

A place of healing launched with prayer

November 7, 2018 The day the old Tehachapi Hospital closed and the new one opened in a carefully timed sequence, Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley President Jeff Lingerfelt spoke to staff at both...

 

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner

Mailee Stevens, 8, a student at Slice of Life Enrichment School is in their Little Sprouts Art Program. Slice of Life Enrichment School is opening "Worlds of Discovery and Culture," through...

 

Amazing medicinal fruits at Ha's

Ha's Apple Farm on Steuber Road is becoming well-known locally for their apples, pears, peaches, plums and grapes as well as their fruit based preserves, dried fruit, juices and vinegar. However, also...

 

Chris Naftel to appear on Investigation Discovery

While I was working on my Aerospace Engineering degree at Auburn University, I was enrolled in a work/study program with NASA. For four years I spent summers and winters in Hampton, Va. on work...

 

Tehachapi continues to do great things

Sometimes we all just need a little reassurance in our lives. This past week those of us at City Hall and in the community got that reassurance with the results of our City election and the opening...

 

Richard H. Burns Feb. 14, 1945 – Nov. 5, 2018

Tehachapi resident Richard H. Burns passed away on Nov. 5. Richard was born February 14, 1945 in San Bernardino to Mary and George Burns. Richard attended high school in North Hollywood before...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

It was over a year and a half ago that Dr. Sheryl Haggerty began looking for a home in Tehachapi. The physician had been practicing in Palmdale for over three years in the field of occupational...

 

Guild of Tehachapi Hospital has donated $734,000 for surgery equipment

Surgery came back to Tehachapi for the first time in two decades when Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley medical center opened its doors on Nov. 7, thanks to support from the Guild of Tehachapi...

 

Focusing on what matters to capture the defining moments

It is important both in our personal and professional lives to really focus on what matters. Often we're distracted with the imperfections around us, the bumps in the road, the details of the...

 

Richard H. Burns Feb. 14, 1945 – Nov. 5, 2018

Tehachapi resident Richard H. Burns passed away on Nov. 5. Richard was born February 14, 1945 in San Bernardino to Mary and George Burns. Richard attended high school in North Hollywood before...

 

Unanswered questions

The other day a friend sent me an email with "questions that can't be answered" and some of them made me laugh out loud. Like the first one: Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, "I...

 

Clarence 'Kelly' Johnson's Skunk Works Chief Test Pilot – Bob Gilliland

Robert J. 'Bob' Gilliland has logged more experimental supersonic test flights above Mach 2 and Mach 3 than any other pilot. He was the SR-71 project test pilot for and personal friends with Kelly...

 

Stopping spam calls

Blocking and reporting spam calls Are you getting tired of getting spam and scam calls on your cell phone? You know; those calls about elections, solar panels, IRS problems, dubious charity...

 

Fill your life with things you love

Greetings! Recently, a woman from Tehachapi, Judy Hewitt, shared with me and a few others the story of her 26-year-old nephew, Zach Heglemeyer, who died this past year from a surfing accident. He was...

 

Slice of Life goes Hollywood for piano recital

Slice of Life Enrichment School celebrated their first year in Tehachapi with a piano recital on Oct. 29. The recital theme was movie music and the 25 students who performed were encouraged to dress...

 

Local author reveals new information in Kennedy assassinations

Tehachapi resident, Christopher Fulton has come forward for the first time to give the country and the world answers. Fulton had possession of the closest physical evidence to President Kennedy's...

 

Apples, apples everywhere – kids have fun without a care

The Apple Festival was meant to be family and especially kid-friendly. When streets are closed and the environment feels safe, parents are comfortable letting their kids go and have fun. That is what...

 

Classes & Events

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

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Derby Downs Cart Races The Stallion Springs Police Activities League held the Derby Downs Cart Races on Saturday, Nov. 3. Thirty children between the ages of 5 and 14 raced down a quarter mile hill...

 

Sherlock Holmes event at the Tehachapi Library

On Saturday, Nov. 3, Tehachapi teens helped solve a murder mystery in the library, Sherlock Holmes style, during the Teen Fandom Club event. Clues were given, scavenger hunt style, throughout the...

 

Tehachapi Gandy Dancers celebrate 40 years of square dance

On a beautiful and crisp fall evening, dancers came to Tehachapi from Frazier Park, Lancaster and Bakersfield to help the Tehachapi Gandy Dancers celebrate 40 years of square dancing during the...

 

Halloween in Tehachapi

Halloween in Tehachapi...

 

Day of the Dead event at the Tehachapi Library

On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Tehachapi Branch Library celebrated Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with a festive event. Attendees enjoyed dance performances by Baila Folklorico, crafts where kids...

 

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