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Neighborhood Improvement Project Cleanup Day

The Neighborhood Improvement Project held a successful Cleanup Day on Saturday, June 22. The oldest Tehachapi residential area between the Tehachapi Airport on the North and train tracks to the South...

 

City of Tehachapi and Tehachapi Police Officers Association reach five-year agreement

With a 4-0 vote, the Tehachapi City Council approved a new five-year police contract at the June 17 council meeting. “We felt it was a fair and equitable contract for both sides,” said Tehachapi Police Officers Association President Wayne...

 

Bursting with life

After the unseasonal cold snap in May that brought frigid rain and wind, Tehachapi gardens are alive under the summer sun. "I have my biggest bedding plant order coming in," Rick Gillies, owner of...

 

An exciting 4th ahead

The City of Tehachapi is once again proud to present the "All American 4th of July Festival" as we celebrate our nation's independence and all the things that make Tehachapi a wonderful community. Thi...

 
 By Fiona Nelson    Community    June 8, 2019

Lulu the little green hedgehog and international relations

So, what do a small, green, plush Hedgehog toy, Henry's Café, mountain rescuers and Slice of Life Enrichment School have in common? Read on and you will find out. On Tuesday, May 28 Susan Minor, the...

 

Homicide Investigation

On June 5 at approximately 2 p.m., officers with the Tehachapi Police Department received a report of a shooting in the 400 Block of Appaloosa Court in the city of Tehachapi. Officers arrived on...

 

An award-winning police department

Recently the Tehachapi Police Foundation, a wonderful group of community volunteers who raise funds to help purchase equipment for the Tehachapi Police Department, held their annual awards ceremony...

 

Prescription Drug Take Back Day results

On Saturday April 27, the Tehachapi Police Department participated in the national Prescription Drug Take Back Day in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration (D.E.A.). Tehachapi...

 

Highlighting the success within the economic landscape of our community

Walmart begins hiring process for Tehachapi store Tehachapi store manager Amy Garcia has announced that the Tehachapi Walmart is accepting applications for 200-250 positions that will work in the new...

 

Prescription Drug Take Back Day

On Saturday, April 27 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. the Tehachapi Police Department will participate in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide...

 

'Honoring the Thin Blue Line' Banquet

The Tehachapi Police Foundation invites you to join us as we host the third annual banquet to honor the Officer of the Year, Civilian Employee of the Year and Volunteer of the Year. Mark your...

 

Coffee with a Cop, April 16

Chief Kent Kroeger announces two Coffee with a Cop events taking place on Tuesday, April 16 at the Tehachapi Police Department Community Room, 220 W. C St. The first will be from 8 to 10 a.m. and the...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 16, 2019

Investigation partially confirms charges against councilman

On March 4, the Tehachapi City Council heard attorney Jesse Maddox of the firm Liebert Cassidy Whitmore report on their findings following an investigation of seven different complaints from a number...

 
 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....

 

Officers obtain D.R.E. certification

Officer Amy Smith and Officer Richard Kiser of the Tehachapi Police Department recently received their certification as Drug Recognition Experts (DRE) through training with the California Highway...

 

City Manager reviews 'Moments that Mattered'

Beginning in February, City Manager Greg Garrett began a tour of civic organizations, presenting the City's "2018 Annual Review: Moments that Mattered." Although his initial audio/visual program at...

 

Forde Shorts

Keeps getting better – The city of Tehachapi will be debt-free in two years, Tehachapi City Manager Greg Garrett told the Greater Tehachapi Economic Development Council on Feb. 6. "The budget is...

 

Working together to build a strong ecosystem

The City of Tehachapi has joined several other stakeholders throughout Kern County in assisting the Kern Economic Development Corporation with a new talent, innovation and entrepreneurship endeavor....

 

Tehachapi named 'Safest City in Kern County'

The National Council for Home Safety and Security has named the City of Tehachapi as the safest City in Kern County and the 44th safest city in the State of California in their 2019 “Safest Cities...

 

New council member sworn in, commissioner chosen

Before any other business was transacted at the Jan. 7 City Council meeting, new council member Joan Pogon-Cord was sworn in by City Clerk Tori Marsh. Pogon-Cord had been out of town at the time of...

 

New council member sworn in, commissioner chosen

Before any other business was transacted at the Jan. 7 City Council meeting, new council member Joan Pogon-Cord was sworn in by City Clerk Tori Marsh. Pogon-Cord had been out of town at the time of...

 

We have created a wonderful place

I've written before about the great work being done by very smart and talented people on behalf of the City of Tehachapi. It's work that has an everyday positive impact for the community, our...

 

Shop with a Cop has successful 4th year

All TV screens in the Police Department Community Room were playing the cartoon "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" and all that could be heard were the excited voices of the 22 boys and girls who knew...

 

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...

 

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