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MOAH's 'Formation'

A new art show has recently opened at Lancaster's Museum of Art and History (MOAH), and it's a good...

 

Winter walks

Winter has definitely arrived in our Tehachapi Mountains, and in the surrounding valleys. Some...

 

TehachaSleep celebrates opening with tacos, ribbon cutting

On Tuesday, Dec. 12, a new shop celebrated a much-anticipated grand opening. Nearly 50 residents,...

 

2023 'Xs and Arrows Year in Review'

The calendar year is closing out and there were several moments and accomplishments in the local...

 

County celebrates new bike lanes

On the extraordinarily blustery morning of Nov. 27, as biting winds tore through Tehachapi, Kern...

 

The Mobile Vietnam Memorial Wall

I recently had a unique, one-of-a-kind day tripping experience that I'd like to share with you today...

 

Margie Owens: a pioneer descendent and Tehachapi hometown girl

Margie Marchand Owens, was a lifelong Tehachapi resident whose roots went deep in Tehachapi as both...

 

Going out of business sale! Making room for TehachaSleep

TehachaSleep is now open! We purchased Karen's Boulevard Shop Antiques and Collectables and we need...

 

Lancaster's MOAH: 'Framework'

The City of Lancaster has done a complete turnaround over the years in making their downtown a...

 

Pat Gracey: a Tehachapi treasure is about to turn 95

The Tehachapi Mountains are blessed with scenic landscapes, picturesque wildlife, interesting...

 

Water damage at the Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum

Tropical storm Hilary had a tremendous impact on Southern California and the Tehachapi Valley. Most...

 

Remembering the day

Few would elect to be in a major disaster, but if you've experienced one, there is a kinship with...

 

A street dance returns to Tehachapi

Tehachapi has a long history of having outside dances in the Downtown area, and that tradition is go...

 

Tehachapi Oldtimers Reunion: More than 60 years of sharing memories, stories and laughter

There are two events that have occurred every August for many decades in Tehachapi. One is the annua...

 

Council holds special meeting

On Thursday, June 29, Tehachapi City Council held a special meeting approving several redevelopment...

 

Democrats support Landscape

Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club voted to support the city's Adopt-A-Landscape Program. After the...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    May 13, 2023

She knew Pancho Villa

Isabel Cortez Cervantes was a well known and respected citizen of this community until her death in...

 

The two disaster clocks of Downtown Tehachapi

There are two clocks in Downtown Tehachapi that stand in mute testimony to disasters that befell...

 

When a pear orchard grew in Tehachapi city limits

I'd like to tell you about the beautiful pear orchard that once grew within Tehachapi city limits, n...

 

Hagen Oaks Farmers Market

Tehachapi's weekly Farmer's Market is always a fun activity in the summers around here, and I love...

 

Tehachapi Hometown Christmas

The City of Tehachapi is happy to announce the addition of a "Tehachapi Hometown Christmas" event...

 

Sage Ranch extension approved

At their Oct. 10 meeting, the Tehachapi Planning Commission unanimously voted to give the Sage...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

Access to new CoStar Software Highlights major commercial investments in the City of Tehachapi Comme...

 

The flood of 1932 (part 2)

Continued from our Sept. 17, 2022 issue. (I wrote an account of the 1932 flood over 30 years ago...

 

Silver City Museum and Ghost Town

I had such a great time on a Sunday drive a few weeks ago that I decided to take another similar one...

 

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