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 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."...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    April 27, 2019

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Easter Bunny found his way to Stallion Springs for the annual Easter Egg hunt. The event, sponsored by the Police Athletic League, was held in the field next to the Community Center. Over 100...

 

TCCWD annual district tour

The Tehachapi County Community Water District (TCCWD) conducted their annual district tour on April 18. Members of the community traveled by van down to the Edmundson power plant at the base of the...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Surrounded by mountains: Peaks of the Tehachapi area

The Tehachapi area is defined and delineated by its mountains. Valleys in the Tehachapi Mountains tend to be bowl valleys, ringed by mountain ridges on all sides, rather than open ended V-shaped...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 30, 2019

Trafficking discussed at Chamber lunch

Doug Bennett from Magdalene Hope and Josh Pierce EMS Outreach Coordinator for Dignity Health, teamed up at the March Chamber of Commerce lunch to present a shocking program on the human trafficking...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    March 16, 2019

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The future of Stallion Springs goes hand in hand with a good potable water source. The District has purchased 40-acres of land in Cummings Valley that came with a high-producing, good-quality well....

 
 By Ed Gordon    Happenings    March 2, 2019

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Gary Crowell was sworn in as Stallion Springs Police Chief at the February 19 CSD Board meeting. Crowell was sworn in by CSD Board President Ed Gordon. His wife Saralee placed the stars, indicating...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Stallion Springs General Store is back in full operation after just over three months of upgrades to the gasoline storage tanks and pumps. The old single wall tanks were replaced with new steel li...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Baked Potato Fundraiser The Stallion Springs Community Church held a Potato Bake fundraiser for the Women's Ministry. The group will go on a Fellowship retreat to Rankin Ranch in Caliente in October....

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    January 5, 2019

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

The Stallion Springs Board of Directors seated three directors at the Dec. 18 meeting. Two of the directors were appointed by the Kern County Election Board as no one ran against them. Ben Dewell...

 

Teardown? Healthcare board weighs fate of old hospital

The Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District board of directors is asking the public to offer ideas regarding future use of the old hospital on West E St. The 64-year-old structure needs significant...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

It was a long time from start to finish, but in November Tom Gates and Nydia Aguero finally made the move from Huntington Beach into the house Tom had been designing and dreaming about since 2002...

 

GranFondo volunteers honored

On the evening of Dec. 10, Tehachapi GranFondo ride coordinator Michelle Vance presented checks totaling $25,000 to 20 volunteer organizations that donated their time and efforts to help put on the...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Santa stopped for breakfast in Stallion Springs on Saturday, Dec. 8 at the Community Center. He was met by a full house of children waiting to meet him and go over their Christmas lists. After a...

 

Strategic plan: Water district defines its future

The Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District is finalizing a strategic plan that will be a blueprint for successive generations of administrators of the public wholesale water agency. "When the board...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Papa's House is back. Eat, enjoy, repeat is the motto for Papa's House. After an absence of nearly three months the newly remodeled restaurant opened in mid-November. Originally known as Papa's the...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Derby Downs Cart Races The Stallion Springs Police Activities League held the Derby Downs Cart Races on Saturday, Nov. 3. Thirty children between the ages of 5 and 14 raced down a quarter mile hill...

 

Ambitious Measure R -- big plans for recreation

Extensive information on the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District Measure R $43 million revitalization bond proposal is available on the www.tvrpd.org website. Arguments for and against the...

 

Treasurer minds the finances

Two candidates vieThe City Treasurer is a civilian watchdog who reviews all city financial statements, revenue and disbursements. Two candidates are running for the position. Incumbent City Treasurer...

 

In city, 7 district-based candidates, 2 at-large

Who will sit on the City Council after Nov. 6? Malibu attorney Kevin Shenkman accomplished what he set out to do when he sent a letter to the Tehachapi City Council demanding that it slice up the city...

 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Derby Downs Cart Races Come out and join the Stallion Springs Police Activities League on Nov. 3 for some racing fun at the Derby Downs Cart Races. Register by Oct. 19 at the CSD for just $20 and...

 

Stallion Springs Oktoberfest

Stallion Springs Parks and Recreation put on their festive annual Oktoberfest on Oct. 6. Visitors enjoyed live music, beer and brats, a variety of vendors, a petting zoo and Volkswagen show. It was...

 

Cheers to Charity raises $40,000

On Wednesday evening, Sept. 19, at the Depot Museum, Cheers to Charity organizer Mary Beth Garrison and her committee handed out checks totaling $40,000 to local nonprofits and the organizations that...

 

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