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Biden/Harris supporters 'go big' in Tehachapi

Through much of this year's presidential campaign it has seemed like Tehachapi was a one-party...

 

Local humanitarians deliver a steady supply of food, supplies

Mid-March, when COVID-19 restrictions reached our community, the Tehachapi Humanitarian Relief...

 

Rotary programs from crime to wine

Cynthia Zimmer Kern County District Attorney Cynthia Zimmer visited virtually with Tehachapi Rotary...

 

Five receive Excellence in Education Award

Five CCCC employees received the 2019/2020 CCCC Excellence in Education Award for their outstanding...

 

Scrivner speaks on COVID-19's impact on Kern County

On Aug. 6, second district supervisor Zack Scrivner spoke to the Tehachapi Rotary Club giving county updates related to the impact of the Coronavirus...

 

Six California City High School students graduate college

Cerro Coso Community College is celebrating six high school students that earned both their Associat...

 

Old Tehachapi Cemetery is a place of quiet history and faded grief

A small knoll overlooking Meadowbrook Park in Golden Hills has long been home to about 30 Tehachapi...

 

Kiwanis speaker Ashley Whitmore: Busy airport, busy manager

Ashley Whitmore began working for the city of Tehachapi as a part-time clerk when she was 23. Now...

 

Ch. (Col) Wesley Clare Retirement Ceremony

Father Wesley Clare, pastor of St. Jude's Anglican Church and Chaplain in the National Guard,...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    June 6, 2020

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Work is continuing on the Transfer Station. The station was closed for three days to allow for...

 
 By Jon Hammond    Local News    May 23, 2020

Rattlesnakes? Brumation? The snakes are back. . . .

Longer days, warmer temperatures and changing barometric pressure have started bringing about the...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    May 23, 2020

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Board of Directors approved funds to expand the solid waste site and the project is underway....

 

Adventist Health grants $20,000 to keep senior citizen volunteer program afloat during COVID-19

To protect our community’s most vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley Foundation is...

 

Supervisor Leticia Perez opens East Bakersfield Testing Site

On May 5, Kern County 5th District Supervisor and Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Leticia Perez officially opened the County’s first free drive-t...

 
 By Jon Hammond    Local News    May 9, 2020

David Schulgen: the unexpected journey of a Tehachapi boy from the Marines to wind industry pioneer

David Schulgen, who made a career in the wind industry starting from its early days in the 1980s,...

 

Springtime, Easter and the season of ravens nesting

We usually have a big Easter egg hunt at our old farm on Cherry Lane for the children of family and...

 

Celebrate giving to charities impacted by the COVID-19 crisis through 'Give Big Kern'

Kern County is known for its generosity. And one way to express that generosity is through Give Big...

 

Raccoons: clever and curious masters of the night

As I drove slowly through the quiet, older residential streets east of Downtown Tehachapi, my...

 

Tehachapi's Fall 2019 President's List

Cerro Coso Community College is pleased to announce that 250 students have made the President’s List for the Fall 2019 semester. This includes 58...

 

Pat Gracey: a switchboard operator when there were only 200 phones in the Tehachapi Mountains

There aren't many Tehachapi residents left who remember the days when almost every phone call made...

 

New projects approved

New businesses were front and center at the Tehachapi Planning Commission meeting on Feb. 10...

 

Oil Industry

On Jan. 14, the Board of Supervisors held a hearing in response to my referral on Governor Newsom's...

 

On winter nights the ancient ones awaken: The magic of Nuwä storytelling

Short, cold days and long frosty nights. When the sun went down, the land grew dark. There were no...

 

'Catastrophic' if state destroys Kern oil, gas

Kern County Dist. 1 Supervisor Mick Gleason said the state's goal of being fossil-fuel-free by 2045...

 

New year rings in with full slate of student events and competitions

provided by the Kern County Superintendent of Schools January is the kick-off of five months of high energy, intense academic events and competitions...

 

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