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February is Safely Surrendered Baby Awareness Month

The Tehachapi City Council declared February as Safely Surrendered Baby Awareness Month at their...

 

Council vacancy, awards and pickleball at Feb. 5 meeting

The City Council voted unanimously on Feb. 5 to direct the city to publish a Notice of Intent to...

 

Walmart burglary suspects arrested

On Thursday, Feb. 8, detectives and officers with the Tehachapi Police Department served a search...

 

Suspects arrested after lengthy investigation

On Wednesday, Jan. 24 Detectives with the Tehachapi and Bakersfield Police Departments executed a se...

 

Rotary completes 12 Days of Christmas

Approximately 20 years ago, the Rotary Club began its Senior Luncheon program in December, serving...

 

Fond farewell to Councilwoman Wiggins

At the Jan. 16 meeting of the Tehachapi City Council, Councilwoman Susan Wiggins announced her...

 

Council approves three planned projects

At their January 16 meeting, the Tehachapi City Council approved a new fence to be located on the...

 

Support needed for TPD running team

Runners from the City of Tehachapi and the Tehachapi Police Department are asking for the...

 

New Transportation Impact Fees will help pay for new infrastructure

In a presentation before the Tehachapi City Council at their Dec. 18 meeting, Public Works Director...

 

Planning Commission updated on state HCD requirements

Every eight years the California State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) require...

 

Meet Your New Neighbors

On Oct. 31, 86-year-old Harry Davies moved to Tehachapi from Garden Grove, a community in Orange...

 
 By TPD    Local News    December 9, 2023

Public asked to help identify suspect

On Nov. 30, between the hours of 12:30-4:30 a.m., an unknown Hispanic male suspect stole thousands...

 

Planning approves next step for Sage Ranch

[Editor’s note: A portion of the article printed on Nov. 25, 2023, has been redacted. The article i...

 
 By The Loop    Community    December 9, 2023

Torch Run

On the morning of Dec. 5, the Tehachapi Police Department sponsored a Torch Run to benefit the...

 

Planning Commission Update

At their Nov. 13 meeting, the Tehachapi Planning Commission approved the Architectural Design and...

 

City declares surplus land, approves $160k project to replace screw

A variety of topics were brought to vote at the Nov. 20 Tehachapi City Council meeting, from declaring surplus land to approving a project for a...

 

Tehachapi Hometown Christmas, Dec. 2 – Happenings & Special Offers

The City of Tehachapi is happy to announce our second annual "Tehachapi Hometown Christmas" event...

 

City welcomes two new police officers, recognizes Halloween event

At the Nov. 6 City Council meeting, Chief Richard Standridge introduced two new police officers prio...

 

New positions at the Tehachapi Police Department

At the Nov. 6 City Council meeting, Police Chief Richard Standridge told the Council that the...

 

One more bite should do it

On Oct. 15, The Loop newspaper hosted a pie baking contest at the annual Tehachapi Apple Festival....

 

Tehachapi Hometown Christmas planning meeting, Nov. 2

The City of Tehachapi is hosting another Hometown Christmas planning meeting on Thursday, Nov. 2 fro...

 

Emergency Preparedness Community Faire

On Saturday, Sept. 16, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Tehachapi hosted an...

 

Council asked to reconsider national motto on police vehicles

At the Oct. 2 City Council meeting, Reverend Angelo Frasier, pastor of Riverlakes Church in...

 

Council recognizes Scout Troop 3

At the Oct. 2 City Council meeting, Clare Scotti, Executive Director of the Greater Tehachapi Chambe...

 

Council approves new grant funded projects

At the Oct. 2 City Council meeting, Development Services Director Jay Schlosser introduced...

 

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