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 By Jon Hammond    Local News    April 13, 2019 

Country back roads

My favorite Tehachapi area back roads for you to explore I often get asked to recommend pleasant drives for people who are newer to the area and I'm happy to do so, since the Tehachapi Mountains have...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove to feature Catherine Hammons

First Friday in April will feature Catherine Hammons, glass painter, polymer clay artist and more. Catherine paints on glass creating beautiful glass vases, sun catchers and more. She creates cute...

 

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...

 

Historical Society History

Found an article by my mother Marion Deaver that she wrote about how the Kern-Antelope Historical Society was created. The article was taken from a letter written from Glen Settle to the Conference...

 

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...

 

Saying goodbye to a great aviation couple Phil and Elle Coussens

Such sad news for family, friends and patients of Dr. Phil Coussens and his RN wife, Ellen Coussens, who both passed away within days of each other during Christmas week. They often attended Plane...

 

Sisters to teach art at Slice of Life

Sisters and best friends, Hannah and Elisabeth Macy (ages 24 and 27) developed a love for beauty from a very young age. Growing up in a large family of 12, they were home-schooled through all 12...

 

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...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

It was over a year and a half ago that Dr. Sheryl Haggerty began looking for a home in Tehachapi. The physician had been practicing in Palmdale for over three years in the field of occupational...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Jason and Elise Duma moved to Tehachapi in August. They came from a little town called Wildomar in Riverside County. Wildomar is not too far from Lake Elsinore. Jason had worked as a lineman for...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

McKenna and Danielle Ryan moved into their Tehachapi home at the end of August. They had been living in West Lancaster and really wanted a change of environment. The natural setting and seasonal...

 

Hi-Speed Rail: Slow process for fast train

Public hearings for draft environmental report due summer 2019 Piece by piece, elements of the massive California High-Speed Rail (HSR) project are falling into place as planners move ahead like the...

 

'Do the Math' set to begin 17th season on Sept. 11

The Kern County Superintendent of School's award-winning "Do the Math" live TV broadcast and free tutoring program is set to return for its 17th season on Sept. 11. For the past 16 years, the live...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    June 23, 2018

Meet Your New Neighbors

Jenny and Jeremy Jones moved to California from South Dakota. They came from Brookings which is about 45 minutes north of Sioux Falls. Jeremy was hired as a test pilot at Edward Air Force Base so...

 

EFBC's Summer Twilight Tour, June 30

It's officially Summer at Exotic Feline Breeding Compound's Feline Conservation Center in Rosamond, and time for a special evening at our Twilight Tour on Saturday, June 30. Limited to adults over 18...

 

Democrats support Congressional Candidate

Tatiana Matta is running for congress in the 23rd Congressional District which is currently represented by Kevin McCarthy. She has been endorsed by the California Democratic Party and spoke at the...

 

Golden Queen Mine Shelter

I was born in 1950. Now you can all figure out my age! I declare this to emphasize that I grew up during the Cold War after World War II. Because I lived in Mojave with a Marine Base next to me, until...

 

Tehachapi Treasure Trove to feature James Barrs

April First Friday will feature artist James Barrs, a rock collector extraordinaire. He creates unique expressions in natural stones. He walks the desert finding beautiful rocks. He then polishes,...

 

18 Tehachapi charms to experience in 2018

A new year is just another day on the calendar, but the symbolic switch holds so much hope and opportunity. Although Tehachapi is my hometown, I feel there are many experiences and examples of small...

 

A man to remember

When I occasionally travel Willow Springs Road towards Rosamond and Lancaster, I pass Truman Road and Hamilton Road. For years I have told anyone who would listen that the two roads do not stand for...

 

Historical Society History

I have written about the Kern-Antelope Historical Society meetings, field trips, and special events. While searching my mother Marion Deaver's files I found an October, 1961 quarterly bulletin which f...

 

Native American tool shop

Over the centuries some areas of East Kern have served more than one purpose. This was found to be true in 1965, when members of the Kern-Antelope Historical Society visited a site near Rosamond that...

 

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...

 

CSU Bakersfield honors Harvey L. Hall with honorary doctorate

Hall Ambulance Service, Inc. Founder and President Harvey L. Hall was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters (L.H.D.) degree, conferred in the names of the California State University and...

 

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