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Kern River demands respect

This year, with the Sierra snowpack at 180 percent of normal, the Kern River is a raging monster. While the water flow has peaked on both the upper Kern (above Lake Isabella) and the lower Kern...

 

An exciting 4th ahead

The City of Tehachapi is once again proud to present the "All American 4th of July Festival" as we celebrate our nation's independence and all the things that make Tehachapi a wonderful community. Thi...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    June 8, 2019

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The winners are: After delaying the Apple Crate Derby Race for a week due to the weather, the Stallion Springs Police Activities League held the running of the semiannual Derby Race on Saturday, June...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    May 25, 2019

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

It's raining, it's poring and even the elk are trying to keep a bit dry. Deer and elk visiting our yards has been limited during the heavy rains we have been getting. Their trips to the lower...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    May 11, 2019

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Kern County Fire Department held a "Sidewalk CPR Event" on Thursday, May 2. Our Stallion Springs Fire Station No. 18 personnel gave instruction on how to administer "Compressions Only CPR."...

 

CERT Spring training

The Greater Tehachapi Valley Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), will be holding their 2019 FREE Spring Training on Sat., May 4 and 11 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Sat. May 18, from 8 a.m. to...

 

Representatives petition for space agency site

Six members of Congress from California are campaigning to site the proposed Space Development Agency in the military areas of Edwards Air Force Base and the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake. At...

 

Kieffe and Sons Ford closing after 59 years in Kern County

Kieffe and Sons Ford dealership is closing its doors on its two locations in Mojave and Rosamond after 59 years in business in Kern County, according to Owner Rick Kieffe. He confirmed the rumor...

 

2019, the year ahead

I'm sure you share the pride I feel to live and work in Kern County. Our home is a special place! As we all begin 2019, I look forward to the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Here are...

 

2018 year in review

I am grateful for the honor and privilege of serving Kern County's Second District on the Board of Supervisors. Together, we have accomplished much, and this newsletter focuses on some of the...

 

Improvements, growth and new possibilities

Kern County Budget Update This week, the Board of Supervisors passed the county's budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year. We are in year three of our four-year plan to eliminate the General Fund...

 

Another successful 4th of July

I hoped the community enjoyed the All American 4th of July Festival and the Fireworks Spectacular hosted by the City of Tehachapi. It has become a marquee event for our community and it attracts...

 

New disaster trailer for Old West Ranch

Under the leadership of Safety Officer Rob Dixon, the Old West Ranch Property Owners Association has acquired a disaster trailer fully stocked with supplies. The trailer is shared with Mountain...

 

Tehachapi, circa 1963

The city of Tehachapi recently released its 2017 year-end report, discussing projects completed and plans for 2018 which will be completed. I found an article written by my mother Marion Deaver at...

 

School safety starts with communication

Police Dept. School Resource Officer Amy Smith knows the students Tehachapi Police Department Officer Amy Smith is a visible presence at the six Tehachapi Unified School District (TUSD) sites. As the...

 

Are you prepared?

Disasters seem to be a weekly occurrence, if not daily. We hear it over and over – Are you prepared? Are you ready for the BIG ONE? Do you have your 3-7 day supply of food and water? Do you have you...

 

Mojave Volunteer Fire Department

I get busy with my duties as the Mayor Pro Tem of Tehachapi and with everyday life and the next thing I know it is time for a column. I have known for a week that I had to write one, but then life hap...

 

Kern County serves warrants on three more pot shops in Eastern Kern

A Kern County Enforcement Task Force commenced action today to enforce the county's moratorium on three illegal medical marijuana dispensaries in the communities of Mojave and Rosamond. The three...

 

County crackdown on illegal medical marijuana dispensaries

A Kern County Enforcement Task Force commenced action on Aug. 10 to enforce the county's moratorium on three illegal medical marijuana dispensaries in the community of Rosamond. The three...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    July 22, 2017

Recognizing American Legion Auxiliary Unit 221

At the July 17 City Council meeting, Mayor Pro Tempore Susan Wiggins recognized American Legion Auxiliary Unit 221 for their 85 years of service to the community. The Unit was formed on June 27,...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    May 27, 2017

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Senior Police Officer James Best Jr. was awarded the SSPD Life Saving Medal, on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 by SSPD Chief of Police Michael J. Grant. In presenting the award, Chief Grant said, "On the...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    May 13, 2017

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

CSD staff has begun notification and mailing of majority protest information per Proposition 218 and set a Public Hearing date of June 20, 2017 at 6 p.m. in the Stallion Springs CSD Community Center. Terry Schroepfer of Provost and Prichard...

 

Non-Profit Showcase spotlights Tehachapi's big heart: Non-profits welcome volunteers, participation

One thing the 28 organizations represented at Tehachapi's April 26 Non-Profit Showcase at Jacobsen Middle School gymnasium have in common – in addition to the free chocolate and pens at the booths...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    April 29, 2017

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Terry Schroepfer of Provost and Prichard Consulting Group presented a report to the Stallion Springs CSD Board of Directors on the Water Rate Study at the April 18 meeting. The study covered the...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    April 15, 2017

Meet Your New Neighbors

Ellen Hayes and Jared Ehlers moved into their Bear Valley home in January. Jared had actually bought the home in 2015 but had never moved in. He met Ellen who was living in Clovis, and that stalled...

 

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