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Our future leaders share their groundbreaking experience

This week's Grassroots Tehachapi, looks at an actual "grassroots" project ... through the eyes of young students. The groundbreaking for the new sixth grade building at Jacobsen Middle School took pla...

 

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner

Remi Sandoval, 8, likes to call her art "The Sunset." Slice of Life Enrichment School is opening, "Worlds of Discovery and Culture," through supplemental instruction in the areas of music, languages...

 

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...

 

Holiday train village adds some Christmas cheer to Tehachapi Depot

Mike Nixon and his team did Tehachapi proud for the arrival of Santa Claus at the Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum on Dec. 1. The days leading up to Breakfast with Santa and photo ops with the jolly el...

 
 By Mel White    Community    December 8, 2018 

Happy holidays

As a child, thanks to my mother’s never-ending desire to learn all about other peoples and other religions, I found out that while I was totally and enthusiastically (and sometimes single-mindedly)...

 

Tehachapi Valley United Methodist Church's Christmas performance

Come hear the Christmas story presented in music and words as the Tehachapi Valley United Methodist Church Choir performs John W. Petersen's beautiful cantata, "Love Transcending," directed by Gayel...

 
 By Ed Gordon    Community    December 8, 2018 

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...

 

'There's a Difference In Living and Living Well'

Two Saturday’s ago, the streets of Downtown Tehachapi were filled with patrons at Main Street Tehachapi’s Annual Ugly Sweater Wine Walk. The fundraiser, which invites attendees to walk through...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    December 8, 2018 

Meet Your New Neighbors

After 24 years in Santa Clarita, in a house that overlooked Saugus High School, Robin and Kathe Rich purchased a home in Bear Valley with room for horses. They had always wanted to be able to have...

 

Internet speeds, sand and computers

Internet speed tests Do you know how fast your internet is? Do you know how fast it should be? A quick check of the bill from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) or a phone call to your ISP, will...

 

18th Annual Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting, Dec. 1

The holidays are a time for families and friends to gather. On Saturday, Dec. 1 at 5:30 p.m. The Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce is planning the 18th Annual Christmas Parade "Christmas in Candyl...

 

Veteran shares stories, smiles with Golden Hills daycare

I have two very sweet and polite kids, but like all children, I know their attention span and ability to stay quiet when others are talking requires saintly patience. So, it was incredible for me to...

 

Hammond on Tehachapi

At the Nov. 8 meeting of the Tehachapi Rotary Club, local historian and authority on everything Tehachapi Jon Hammond spoke about the historic development of flora and fauna of the area. Hammond...

 

Moving forward, encouraging change

We gave Measure R our best shot and we're incredibly proud of the vision we created. We're proud of Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District. We're proud of people in this community who used...

 

Kiwanis rocks! For the children

Ybarra installed the Tehachapi board on Oct.13. Kiwanis rocked Centennial Plaza at Main Street Tehachapi’s Halloween Trunk or Treat event as the music of president-elect Bill Bettis of MusicMX and...

 

AAUW welcomes Meg Prior

The Nov. 13 meeting offered inspiring speaker Meg Prior, a photographer/film maker who has been deployed to Afghanistan for 10 years in spurts of a few weeks to several months on occasion. Her...

 

Forde Shorts

Ouch – half a percent – The Wasco Union High School District needed 55 percent approval in the Nov. 6 election to pass a $40.5 million bond measure that would have built a new gymnasium and aquati...

 

T-Pops Christmas concerts Dec. 2 and 3

Really, there are only two types of music. There is everything else, and then there is Christmas music. Christmas music always has a mystical quality that harkens back to mysterious times and places,...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

Aviation historian Giacinta Bradley Koontz recently moved to Tehachapi from Prescott, Ariz. where she worked as a columnist for aviation maintenance magazines, gave occasional public lectures at...

 

Windows and Mac apps

Useful apps for your computer Microsoft and Apple both pack lots of features and apps into their operating systems. For many people, the included apps are all they need to get things done on their...

 

TCT goes high tech with Sherlock

When your family attends the holiday production of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol at the beautiful BeeKay Theatre, be ready for an awe-inspiring visual feast! In addition to the...

 

Slice of Life Enrichment School – Artist's Corner

Slice of Life Enrichment School is opening "Worlds of Discovery and Culture," through supplemental instruction in the areas of music, languages and art. Slice of Life is located at 48771 W. Valley...

 

Send The Loop your letters to Santa!

As a special treat to the children of Tehachapi, we want to tell you a little secret ... Santa Claus loves reading The Loop! We've become friends with the jolly ol' elf over the years and this year...

 

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