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 By Pat Doody    Happenings    February 13, 2021 

Council votes on Farmers Market and skate park

At their February 1 meeting, the Tehachapi City Council voted unanimously for the City to take over...

 

Council elects new Tehachapi Mayor

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

 

Councilmembers sworn in, Mayor elected

On Monday December 21, the Tehachapi City Council meeting began with the swearing in of Councilmembers Michael Davies representing District 3,...

 

Pushing forward into 2021

We arrived, we saw, we survived 2020. If this were the Scouts, we would receive a badge. I guess one...

 

Tehachapi Veterans honor Police Department with Memorial Posters for respect shown to Tehachapi WWII Veterans

On December 18, after the 6 p.m. "Wreaths Across America" program at Freedom Plaza in Tehachapi,...

 

Deck your halls and win a prize

The holiday season and what comes with it is a welcome distraction from the past 10 months of 2020....

 

Tehachapi Christmas Tree

The Tehachapi Christmas tree has been lit and is now available for the public to take family...

 

SBDC Champion of the Year Award

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) awarded Greg Garrett from the City of Tehachapi the Cha...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

Panda Express hiring for Tehachapi Location Panda Express, a subsidiary of Panda Restaurant Group...

 

Small Business Award presented to City Manager

On Thursday, October 15, Kelly Bearden, director of the CSUB Small Business Development Center...

 

Hamblin tapped for Planning Commission

With a four to one vote at the Tehachapi City Council meeting on October 5, engineer Steve Hamblin...

 

Online permit filing in City's future

On Sept. 8, the Tehachapi City Council addressed the resignation of Ken Wright from the Planning...

 

Tehachapi continues to evolve

While COVID-19 has taken up plenty of time and resources from the City of Tehachapi, our team still...

 

City of Tehachapi adds umbrellas to downtown

The City of Tehachapi added 14 new umbrellas to downtown picnic tables in public spaces to help...

 

Tehachapi celebrates the 4th of July with fireworks display

As the 4th of July holiday approaches, the City of Tehachapi will be making modifications to its ann...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    June 20, 2020

City to share in County Coronavirus relief

As a result of the Federal Government’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES...

 

California Public Health Officials release guidance requiring Californians to wear face coverings in most settings outside the home

The California Department of Public Health today released updated PDF guidance that requires Californians to wear a face covering in high-risk...

 

City of Tehachapi PSPS and College Education

The City of Tehachapi released two new TehachaPod podcasts this week covering the upcoming Public...

 

Tehachapi celebrates the 4th of July with fireworks display

As the 4th of July holiday approaches, the City of Tehachapi will be making modifications to its...

 

Tehachapi releases 19th TehachaPod episode

Houchin Community Blood Bank's Yessica Diaz-Conti joined the latest podcast to talk about the...

 

Congratulations Class of 2020

Congratulations Class of 2020, you made history. Probably not in the form you had hoped, but make...

 

Tehachapi podcast TehachaPod

TehachaPod, the official podcast of the City of Tehachapi continues to grow in popularity and had...

 

Supervisor Zack Scrivner talks with TehachaPod

County of Kern Supervisor Zack Scrivner was a guest on TehachaPod where we had a conversation about re-opening of our local Kern County economy....

 

Community shares hope, gratitude

This Kaiser Permanente banner is a tribute and a "thank you" to its frontline workers during the...

 

Using common sense to flatten the curve

It's beginning to look like the state mandated stay-at-home orders and social distancing protocols...

 

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