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Pacific Crest Trail hikers in Tehachapi

The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) covers 2,663 miles of rugged terrain following the ranges of Californi...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    April 16, 2022

City Manager announces CalTrans project

At the April 4 City Council meeting, Tehachapi City Manager Greg Garrett announced that an upcoming...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 19, 2022

3 new projects approved

On Monday, March 14 the Tehachapi Planning Commission approved three new projects in Tehachapi. The...

 

First snowfall of the season

On Dec. 14, Tehachapi braced for a winter storm that dumped up to 6 inches of snow in the valley...

 

Low pressure clouds covering 58 Hwy

View from Highline Rd. of low pressure clouds covering Hwy 58 on Nov 24. Lori Mears, who submitted...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    April 24, 2021

Hampton Inn gets new approval

At their April 12 meeting, the Tehachapi Planning Commission gave a new approval for a Hampton Inn...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    April 10, 2021

City of Tehachapi addresses HSR

On the afternoon of April 5, in a cold harsh wind at the corner of Capital Hills Pwy. and Challenger...

 
 By Key Budge    Happenings    April 10, 2021

Tehachapi's Multiple Earth Day Events (Week) April 19-24

News Release Contact: Key Budge Phone: 822-2200 x 119 Date: April 15, 2021 There will be between...

 

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...

 

More tales with my pal

As Pepe and I adjusted early last summer to the challenge of improving our ability to go walkabout...

 

Biden/Harris supporters 'go big' in Tehachapi

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

 

Missing and exploited children informational march

Human trafficking has long been a Kern County concern. The Hwy. 58 and Interstate 5 corridors,...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    April 25, 2020

Tehachapi City Council Update

In a telephonic meeting on April 20, the Tehachapi City Council voted unanimously to support the...

 

High-Speed Rail update

Time on your hands? Read the hi-speed rail Tehachapi segment EIR. The California High-Speed Rail...

 

PCT hikers arriving, angels ready to help

As you may have noticed in previous years, Tehachapi will soon become the hub for international and...

 

City to post opening of Hetge's Council seat

At their Jan. 21 meeting, the Tehachapi City Council directed City staff to publish two times a...

 

New Starbucks planned for Capital Hills

At their Jan. 13 meeting, the Tehachapi Planning Commission approved a multi-tenant retail center...

 

New County Health program coming to Tehachapi

Kern County Director of Public Health Matt Constantine appeared at the Dec. 2 Tehachapi City...

 

Tehachapi MTB BrewFondo, Oct. 19

Tehachapi Mountain Trails Association proudly presents the 4th annual Tehachapi Mountain Bike (MTB)...

 

Kohnen's to celebrate National Bakery Day, Sept. 27

Hey Tehachapi! You may not know it but Sept. 27 is National Bakery Day and Kohnen’s Bakery wants...

 

Next time try the train

A few weeks back I was asked to speak to a crowd at the Friends of the Depot meeting. They wanted me...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    July 20, 2019

Meet Your New Neighbors

Daryl and Melissa Pereira were looking for a slower paced environment in which to raise their three...

 

Hi-speed rail work continues

The California High-Speed Rail project appeared to be careening toward oblivion when California...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    April 27, 2019

Meet Your New Neighbors

Andre and Gina Colon decided to move to Tehachapi after a visit to friends here. They enjoyed the...

 

City, water district study sustainable water supply project

The Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District board of directors has authorized the district to work...

 

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