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TPOPS opens concert season, April 28

Spring will be “TPopping” Sunday, April 28, when The Tehachapi Pops Orchestra opens its 12th season with a concert in Grace Fellowship Church. TPOPS is comprised of musicians of all ages from...

 
 By Mel White    Community    April 13, 2019 

Small gestures can change a life

Wonderful little stories keep coming my way and I just keep wanting to share them with you. Here's one sent to me by a reader via email, a story with no author credited but with a very fine message:...

 

Make your photos look great

Have you ever wanted to learn how the pros get their photos to look so great? As a follow-up to the recent successful photography class, Larry LaCom will be teaching a class on Adobe Lightroom and...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 30, 2019

Meet Your New Neighbors

New-resident welcome to Krystal Watkins and welcome-home to her husband, David. David was raised in Tehachapi and graduated from Tehachapi High School before leaving to pursue his career in the wind...

 

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...

 

The story of Eve

Hi, my name is Eve Geisler, and I'm going to tell you my life story. I was born in Dayton, Ohio on October. 13. Just happened to be a Friday. I went to a co-op high school where juniors and seniors...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 30, 2019

Next step for development, rental license update

The City Council voted on March 18 to proceed with the development of a CEQA Environmental Impact Report for the planned housing project to be located on 138 acres on the south side of Valley Blvd....

 

Deanna Alvarado wins Lions Club Student Speaker Contest

California City High School Senior, Deanna Alvarado successfully won the California Lions Club 4-L1 Zone B Region Student Speaker on March 2. Alvarado and two other contestants, Kylie Griffith from Ri...

 

THS 2019 Mr. Warrior

For the first time, since the start of the Mr. Warrior competition at Tehachapi High School, there were two winners. The numerical system used by the three judges produced a tie. The two winners of...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    March 2, 2019

Beth and Tony Anthony

Sometimes when writing about people I find myself including little vignettes from their past; interesting little pieces that give a glimpse into a person's life as they lived it. Beth and Tony...

 

2019 TMRA Rodeo schedule announced

Tehachapi Mountain Rodeo Association has just announced it's lineup for their 2019 season. For well over 50 years, the Association, and it's all volunteer members, have kept the sport of rodeo alive...

 

Robot unveiling and chili cookoff at THS

Tehachapi High School hosted Tehachapi's FIRST Robotics Team 585 grand robot unveiling and chili cookoff fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 23 to an enthusiastic crowd in the school cafeteria. The event...

 

Whitherward Comes Hither March 16

This show has been rescheduled from March 8 to the 16th due to weather. Whitherward: a 13th-century word meaning, "toward what or which place." It's also a 21st-century acoustic band. In 2014, Edward...

 

Student entrepreneur joins EDC

At the end of last year, the Greater Tehachapi Economic Development Council (GTEDC) added a student representative to their board. Andres Pena was chosen to fill that position. Pena and his friend...

 

Tehachapi Valley Arts Association Photo Contest winners

On First Friday, Feb. 1, Tehachapi Valley Arts Association celebrated the creative talents of Tehachapi's local photographers with a reception featuring over 125 entries by 55 photo enthusiasts. With...

 

School Board listens to kudos and concerns

Salvation Army Director Sandy Chavez appeared at the Feb. 12 TUSD School Board meeting to express her appreciation for the partnership the Salvation Army shared with the school district. She thanked...

 

Sally Lange Errecart – Born here, raised here, still here

I used to see Sally Lange in her father's shop on Green Street. It was called Lange's Radio and Electric where he stocked electrical supplies and sold and repaired televisions, stoves and refrigerator...

 

Sage Ranch gets initial approval

Sage Ranch may be the largest planned community ever presented to the Tehachapi Planning Commission but, by the end of the presentation, the commission found that Tehachapi resident Stuart Natch and...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

In early January, Hannah Thompson arrived in Tehachapi from Wichita, Kan. Her husband, Christopher French, had come to California in September to start his new job at The Spaceship Company as a test...

 

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club had a busy weekend Jan. 12-13. Michael Murillo traveled to Selma on Saturday to compete in the Selma New Year Bash. Michael wrestled in the Middle school Division and...

 

It's pronounced 'Fronkensteen'...

... and Tehachapi Community Theatre actors are going to make sure you leave the BeeKay knowing the right pronunciation. Tehachapi Apple Festival presents a Tehachapi Community Theatre production of...

 

The wine was so fine and the food so divine

Pairing food and wine is an art. Our local chef Mano Lujan, owner of Red House BBQ, is a master at the art. He proved it once again at the Rotary Wine Pairing Dinner. Wine in California is plentiful,...

 

Big smiles, bigger adventures in store for Jacob Sawade

I met Jacob Sawade in high school. He's the older brother of a friend of mine and I remember him always smiling with such a positive and bright outlook on life. Jacob, 37, was born with cerebral...

 

Mysteries, magic, joy, puppies...find it all at your local library

Libraries! Don’t you just love books? I do! I love reading and being around books and there is no better place to spend one’s time than in a library. As a former librarian, I might be a bit...

 

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