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Not secure and 'initialism'

Remember when there was a little green lock in your browser when you went to a secure website like...

 

4th of July happenings in Bear Valley Springs

There will be three days of Independence Day Celebration in Bear Valley Springs, a gated community...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    June 19, 2021 

TMQ installs new Board

The Tehachapi Mountain Quilters installed their new Board at their June 7 meeting. Pictured are...

 

Richard John Radis April 2, 1931 – April 30, 2021

Richard was born in Gary, Indiana, the third of four children. He lived in Gary until he joined the...

 
 By Pat Doody    Happenings    June 19, 2021 

New auction opens in Tehachapi

Hopkins Auction is a new local auction company in Tehachapi. They call themselves a “mom and pop...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    June 19, 2021 

Museums are us!

The Tehachapi Heritage League has received permission to open the doors of the Museum and Errea...

 

What's Up in Bear Valley Springs?

The gun range will be opening for those who enjoy target shooting. Please call the Whiting Center for hours of operation and rules of use. The tennis...

 
 By Neill Hicks    Happenings    June 5, 2021

Tehachapi Community Theatre is back

The Tehachapi Community Theatre returns to live-audience theatrical presentations at the famed...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    June 5, 2021

Fourth of July free barbecue!

One of my earlier memories from the 1930s was Tehachapi's 4th of July free barbecue! It was taken...

 

Memorial Day in Bear Valley Springs

On Memorial Day a service took place at the Cub Lake Veteran's Memorial in Bear Valley Springs. Ben...

 
 By Jon Hammond    Local News    May 22, 2021

Warmer weather and the return of rattlesnakes

Last year at about this time Claudia White, the publisher of The Loop newspaper, asked me to write...

 

BVS Litter Loathers clear roadside trash

The mid-May day arrived clear and warm for the semi-annual trash pickup of the Bear Valley Springs...

 

What's Up in Bear Valley Springs?

Memorial Day is coming up soon and the Bear Valley Springs Veterans Association will be holding...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    May 8, 2021

Meet Your New Neighbors

After having lived in the Antelope Valley on and off for over 50 years, Dave and Belinda White...

 

School bus No. 31 retired after 1/2 million miles

Tehachapi Unified School District (TUSD) will retire 21-year-old bus No. 31 after 550,000 miles of...

 

What the elk?

Retired journalist and wildlife videographer Peter DeArmond will give a special presentation on the...

 

Paul David Doody June 26, 1932 - April 8, 2021

Paul David Doody was born on June 26, 1932 in Brockton, Massachusetts to Rose Diauto and Arthur Dood...

 

What's Up in Bear Valley Springs?

Do you hate seeing litter on the roadsides? A group called the Litter Loathers meets twice a year to clean the roadside between the gate and 202. If...

 

James D. Moore 1948 – 2021

James D Moore, 72, passed peacefully at home among family on March 16. He was a devoted husband, fat...

 

Our mission, new website and Facebook page

Bear Valley Springs Cultural Arts Association’s mission is to support and promote awareness and public interest in the cultural life of the greater...

 
 By Robin Ray    Community    April 10, 2021

A visit to a restaurant that changed my life!

The long and meandering road took its final turn at a quaint fenced cottage. This cottage was a...

 

Rankin Ranch: an undiscovered jewel

One of the most unique and memorable experiences you can have in California is available just 31 mil...

 

Arden Jay Van Peursem July 6, 1945 – March 18, 2021

Arden Jay Van Peursem was born to Willard and June (Van Steenwyk) Van Peursem on July 6, 1945 in Ora...

 

What's Up in Bear Valley Springs?

Our community has had a 10 percent changeover in residency this year and new residents are likely just beginning to find their way around. Our...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    March 27, 2021

Eastertime then and now

The religious celebration of Easter is eternal and the reason for the commemoration of the day...

 

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