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Articles from the December 19, 2015 edition

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Saint Malachy parishioners welcome Father Mark Maxon

Father Mark Maxon was welcomed to St. Malachy Catholic Church on November 21 and 22 as he celebrated weekend Masses for the parish. Serving the Catholic parishioners of Tehachapi begins another chapte...

 

Pizzarami opens in Downtown

Teresa and Christopher Carlson of Papa's Pizza in Stallion Springs, worked tirelessly (in the photo to the right, you can see how we knew Christopher was making pizza) preparing a sampling of their...

 

Which is the better deal?

Shopping for a home loan isn’t fun. You hear a bunch of numbers and aren’t really sure how to make sense of it all. Have another look at my website article “Comparing Loan Offers” if it intere...

 

Meet your new neighbors

Now retired, Jim and Judy Spina have come to Tehachapi from Turlock, California, in the company of their six year old yellow Labrador Retriever, Sophie. They have always liked small towns and had been...

 

It's all in the family

Looking back at the Ghosts of Christmas Past can rake up memories that can warm the heart and will stay with one, always. Sometimes those same memories involved adjusting to fit the plans of family me...

 

Updates from the School Board

Awards of Appreciation were presented at the December 8th School Board meeting. Naylan Bender, who left the board this year, was presented with an acknowledgment for time spent on the Tehachapi...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove features student art

First Friday Fun Fest will be celebrated at Tehachapi Treasure Trove on Friday evening, Jan. 8, from 5 to 8. The Treasure Trove will be exhibiting work done by students from our various selection of...

 

Tehachapi to terminate dispatch contract with Bear Valley Springs police

Effective July 1, 2016, the City of Tehachapi and the Tehachapi Police Department will terminate their dispatch contract with Bear Valley Springs Community Services District. In a 5-0 vote, the...

 

Plantar fasci...what?

Living in a mountainous area such as Tehachapi lends itself to being able to enjoy outdoor activities. One of the many activities that people enjoy here is hiking. As most of you know, the Pacific...

 

Free dog care/ training classes offered by local expert

Have a Heart Humane Society if offering free dog training classes to 20 lucky Tehachapi kids beginning this January. Local dog training expert, Rosemary Evans, will be conducting the classes. Each...

 

The Force reawakens; can you feel it?

Have you been to see the newest Star Wars sequel yet? I can’t wait. I was blown away when these movies made their debut. The action and images were entrancing, and there was something so simple yet...

 

Herb legends of Christmastide

There are many legends about herbs and the roles they played in the Christmas story. We will explore some of these charming tales in this column. I hope they will add a new dimension to your...

 

Can lupus qualify for disability?

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) or lupus is an inflammatory auto-immune disorder that can affect any body part or only one or a combination of body parts. For example, SLE may harm joints, heart,...

 

What's up in Stallion Springs?

Happy Holidays, but beware. Stallion Springs Police Chief Mike Grant warns you to look out for scams and fraud at this time of year. Check your bank and credit card accounts on a regular basis. You...

 

Open enrollment continues until Feb. 1

Open enrollment for the Affordability Care Act (ACA) or, as it is more popularly known, Obamacare, continues until Feb. 1, 2016. But since we’ve passed Dec.15, any changes you want to make now will...

 

When a saver marries a spender, every penny counts

If you’re a penny pincher but your spouse is penny wise and pound foolish, money arguments may frequently erupt. Couples who have opposite philosophies regarding saving and spending often have troub...

 

'My toppings are falling' –

I still smile at the memory of hearing the three-year-old's voice as he stated, "My toppings are falling." Even knowing the context fails to remove my amusement. John's voice was almost filled with...

 

Emergency items for your vehicle

Emergencies drivers may encounter can range from a flat tire in downtown to being stranded in a snowy ravine for three days. So you may want to consider a basic car emergency kit to keep in your vehicle at all times and a travel kit tailored to...

 

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