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CCCC Awards Ceremony recognizes achievements

The Student Government of Cerro Coso (SGCC) celebrated the achievements of students, faculty and...

 
 By Jon Hammond    Local News    May 28, 2024 

The biggest Joshua tree

If a tree lives long enough in the right conditions, with a lifespan measured in centuries rather...

 

Local Memorial Day Ceremonies

Philip Marx Central Park East E Street, Tehachapi. On Monday, May 27 at 11 a.m. Join us as we...

 

Staying Educated with Cerro Coso Community College

In the last few years, residents who regularly drive down the east side of town have noticed some...

 
 By C. Turner    Community    April 27, 2024

It was a Rock 'Enroll' Time at Cerro Coso Community College

Everyone was welcome to take part in Cerro Coso Community College's Express Enrollment to...

 

Tehachapi: a desirable location for businesses of all sizes

The City of Tehachapi continues to be the premier economy in Kern County in which to invest, do...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    April 13, 2024

Anselmo – a vaquero

In the early 1800s, the entire San Joaquin Valley of Central California was populated by the Native...

 
 By Mel Makaw    Community    March 30, 2024

Weldon no, Kernville yes

I've written a couple of times about winter walks, fine places to go for a day or an afternoon to...

 
 By AV Edge    Local News    March 30, 2024

2024 AV EDGE Navigating Change Recipient

The Navigating Change Award is a leadership award presented by the Antelope Valley Economic...

 
 By Bob Alvis    Community    March 16, 2024

Remembering the #358 crew

Back in WWII the skies over Tehachapi were a constat buzz as B-24s training at Muroc would make the...

 

Hall Ambulance honors EMT and Paramedic of the Year

No matter the time of day or night, they answer the call and respond to those needing medical aid....

 

Karen Sanders announced as new East Kern Field Representative

Kern County Supervisor Zack Scrivner has appointed Karen Sanders as his new Field Representative...

 

Kern County 2023 – Year in Review

Now that 2023 has come to an end, as your Second District Kern County Supervisor, I want to share...

 

Rosie Hicks, Nuwä basketweaver

Nuwä basketweavers were some of the finest basketmakers in California, a state that historically has...

 

Tehachapi Amateur Radio Association October events

The Tehachapi Amateur Radio Association will be busy the end of October. On the morning of Friday, Oct. 27, we demonstrated at the East Kern Career...

 

Turkey Vultures passing through Tehachapi

If you've glanced up in the skies over Tehachapi in the past month or so, you might have seen lots...

 

More about the Johannesburg Cemetery

If you like old cemeteries like I do, there are a number of them tucked away in various parts of...

 

The good scents of Tehachapi

Humans tend to rely most heavily on our sense of vision to navigate and experience our surroundings,...

 

Tehachapian's define community

Community is not the city, the location or the government – it's the people. Webster's dictionary d...

 

Pat Gracey: a Tehachapi treasure is about to turn 95

The Tehachapi Mountains are blessed with scenic landscapes, picturesque wildlife, interesting...

 

The Willows, CALM's new wedding venue, now accepting reservations

Open house scheduled for Sept. 16. The California Living Museum (CALM) is now accepting...

 

Kern County District 2 Park Improvement Projects are moving forward, despite vandalism

In 2022, Kern County Supervisor Zack Scrivner announced plans to allocate nearly $8.7 million for pa...

 

From cop to college professor: Dr. Peter Fulks

For years, Peter Fulks strapped on a gun and badge every working day. As a police officer, he had th...

 

Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District Board of Directors special meeting

CEO of Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District (TVHD), Peggy Mendiburu, announced two upcoming district events at a special board of directors meeting...

 

Bud Lutge: a remarkable man who first came to Tehachapi when FDR was President

When Bud Lutge first started coming to Tehachapi in 1936, in many respects it was like another...

 

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