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 By Pat Doody    Community    December 8, 2018 

Meet Your New Neighbors

After 24 years in Santa Clarita, in a house that overlooked Saugus High School, Robin and Kathe Rich purchased a home in Bear Valley with room for horses. They had always wanted to be able to have...

 

T-Pops Christmas concerts Dec. 2 and 3

Really, there are only two types of music. There is everything else, and then there is Christmas music. Christmas music always has a mystical quality that harkens back to mysterious times and places,...

 

Gallery 'N' Gifts featuring our painters and photographers

Tina Dille, best known for her contemporary watercolor animal portraits has found a new medium. Spray Paint! Something she has been working with for the last six months to prepare for a 16 by 25-foot...

 

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...

 

The art of turning memories into jewelry

As she opens her notebook, filled with past, present and future projects, Alejandra Whittier begins to sketch a beautiful and unique ring. I was immediately envious of her talent and artistic eye...

 

Ambitious Measure R -- big plans for recreation

Extensive information on the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District Measure R $43 million revitalization bond proposal is available on the www.tvrpd.org website. Arguments for and against the...

 

Treasurer minds the finances

Two candidates vieThe City Treasurer is a civilian watchdog who reviews all city financial statements, revenue and disbursements. Two candidates are running for the position. Incumbent City Treasurer...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Yasmine and Shane Swisshelm moved into their Bear Valley home in August. After spending most of their lives in Orange County, they know that mountain living will be a real adjustment but are looking...

 

Veterans, TVRPD celebrate Nov. 12

As the Bear Valley Springs veterans groups will be celebrating Veterans Day on Nov. 11, the Tehachapi Veterans groups along with Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District will be holding their ann...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Jason and Elise Duma moved to Tehachapi in August. They came from a little town called Wildomar in Riverside County. Wildomar is not too far from Lake Elsinore. Jason had worked as a lineman for...

 

From abused and neglected to stable star: A donkey's tale

Each year at the Tehachapi Crèche Festival held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a live nativity is portrayed, which has become very popular. Children and adults are dressed in...

 

James Lee Stanley returns to The BeeKay Theatre, Oct. 27

"It is simple, really. With James Lee you get great songs, great guitar playing, great voice and a gifted comedian as well. You are in for a very entertaining evening." – Village Voice Fiddlers...

 

Healing power of creativity – intergenerational joy

Recently Sally Fields was on "The View" talking about her new book "In Pieces." During the discussion, Fields explained how creative arts have made a major impact on her life. Her statement, "when...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove featuring Nancy Waldron

Join us for First Friday Fun Fest at Tehachapi Treasure Trove on Oct. 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. and meet Nancy Waldron, watercolor artist extraordinaire. Nancy is constantly working with new techniques and...

 

2018 Gran Fondo

On Sept. 15, the 5th annual award-winning Tehachapi GranFondo took place with 1,200 riders from all over the world. The long distance, mass-start cycling event is lauded by visitors and participants...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Michael and Michelle Wedekind arrived from Okinawa, Japan in August just in time for Michael to begin his job as a procurement specialist at Edwards Air Force Base. They had lived in Okinawa for...

 

The dangers of encountering elk

What do reindeer and elk have in common? Antlers. Impressively big antlers in some cases. Now, why in an article about elk, would I mention reindeer? The answer to that question is, to introduce the i...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

It was her new position with Tehachapi Unified School District that brought Lisa Villalpondo and her husband Richard to Tehachapi after having lived in Shafter for many years. They arrived in the...

 

The snake guys – and one snake gal

If you encounter a rattlesnake in Bear Valley Springs, who-ya-gonna-call?–ya call the snake guys–or the one snake gal. In any case, these six volunteers will take that call, ask you to keep your...

 

James Lee Stanley at the Oak Tree Country Club, Aug. 12

Bear Valley Springs' Cultural Arts Association (BVSCAA) will bring James Lee Stanley to the Oak Tree Country Club (OTCC) on Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018. At 3 p.m. we'll have a brief time to meet and greet...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    August 4, 2018

Meet Your New Neighbors

Sally and Ricky Barker moved to their mountain top home in Bear Valley at the end of May to basically, "get out of Bakersfield." Over the years, the valley pollution had taken a toll on Ricky's health...

 

Hee Haw – The mules and donkeys will be here soon!

Jumping, Driving, Trail, Pack Scramble, Big T, and Log Skidding are just some of the events that one can enter, or watch, at the upcoming Bear Valley Springs Mule and Horse Show on Aug. 3, 4 and 5....

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    July 21, 2018

Meet Your New Neighbors

After 27 years of living in Thousand Oaks, Joseph and Cheryl Onesto were looking for more open space, mountains and real seasons. They found a home in Bear Valley and moved into their new home in...

 

8th annual Mule, Donkey and Horse Show

The eighth annual Mule, Donkey, and Horse Show is coming to Bear Valley Springs Equestrian Center on Aug. 3, 4 and 5. It's the second largest mule and donkey show in the state. Being sanctioned by...

 

Why Cheers to Charity?

Why attend Cheers to Charity? Why spend an evening sipping a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon at beautiful Aviator Park? Why enjoy a variety of foods, wines, beers, coffee and desserts - while enjoying...

 

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