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City, water district clash over water supply for future developments

The case of the Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District vs. the City of Tehachapi is scheduled for...

 

Station 11 at Keene: helicopters and elite wildland firefighting

One of Kern County's most strategically important fire stations is the little-known Keene Fire Stati...

 

Teens with a Purpose

During the 2020 pandemic a small group of high school juniors started their own organization, Teens...

 

Exotic cats of the world live in Kern County

Did you know there are about 20 different species of wild cats that can be found in Kern County?...

 

Looking back on the terrible Blackburn Canyon Fire

As the West in general, and California, of course, experience another devastating wildfire year in...

 

2021 Kern County Cooling Center Program changes

Please see below for updated general information on the 2021 Cooling Center Program, which will...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    July 31, 2021

History at a glance, part 1

Sometimes it's interesting to read little timelines listing events of many years ago. I don't...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    July 17, 2021

John Garcia MD, Tehachapi's new general surgeon

On the afternoon of July 9, Adventist Health introduced John R. Garcia, MD to the community with a...

 

Story Tours Bookmobile Program celebrates disability inclusion

The Story Tours Bookmobile program is proud to support the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)...

 

The train crash of 1883

The railroad through the Tehachapi Mountains, completed in 1876, is a vital thoroughfare for freight...

 

Military History Authors book signing

Military history enthusiasts, we are proud to invite you to a Military History Authors book...

 

Emery Hubbard: World War II Veteran of the Battle of the Bulge

(Note: This is the 17th article in a continuing series about local military veterans and their servi...

 

Military History Authors book signing

Military history enthusiasts, we are proud to invite you to a Military History Authors book...

 
 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...

 

Memorial Day at Mojave Cemetery

The East Kern Cemetery District and Mojave Transportation Museum Foundation are joining together to...

 

Three faculty make tenure at Cerro Coso

Cerro Coso Community College is proud to announce that the Kern Community College District has...

 

Battle of Britain veteran at Mojave Airport

So many historical aircraft have been tucked away in hangars at Mojave Airport through the years....

 

Kiwanis honors George Novinger for service to youth and community

In recognition of George Novinger's service to youth and the community, the Kiwanis Club of...

 

The Great Train Trip: an amazing Tehachapi train ride became reality on a spring day in 2011

It was 10 years ago that I was able to take a trip that once happened multiple times every day, but...

 

Wind Wolves Preserve: big, beautiful and close-by

The largest non-profit nature preserve on the West Coast is located in Kern County, just a little...

 

Edwards AFB update at Tehachapi Rotary

At their first Zoom meeting of 2021 the Rotary Club of Tehachapi hosted speaker Col. Randel (Laz)...

 

Winter has arrived: how cold can it get in Tehachapi?

With the arrival of the Winter Solstice on December 21, we're now officially in winter. So what kind...

 

Council elects new Tehachapi Mayor

On Monday, December 21, the Tehachapi City Council meeting began with the swearing in of the City...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    January 2, 2021

Local humanitarian group brings holiday cheer

The Tehachapi Humanitarian Relief Group was formed during the current COVID-19 pandemic to fill a...

 

Centennial High School crowned 'We the People' regional champions

Nearly 200 local high school students put their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution to the test over the weekend with the annual “We the People...

 

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