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Hi-speed rail work continues

The California High-Speed Rail project appeared to be careening toward oblivion when California Governor Gavin Newsom said in his Feb. 12 State of the State address that "Currently, there simply...

 

Let's abandon the High Speed Rail Project

At the Feb. 26 meeting of the Kern County Board of Supervisors, I introduced a resolution calling on the California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) to abandon the High Speed Rail (HSR) project in...

 

2019, the year ahead

I'm sure you share the pride I feel to live and work in Kern County. Our home is a special place! As we all begin 2019, I look forward to the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Here are...

 

2018 year in review

I am grateful for the honor and privilege of serving Kern County's Second District on the Board of Supervisors. Together, we have accomplished much, and this newsletter focuses on some of the...

 

Wreaths Across America celebrated in Tehachapi

Wreaths Across America is an annual national observance celebrated by communities in respect for all deceased veterans, everywhere. This year it was held on Dec. 15. The observance is in REMEMBRANCE...

 

Rotary Club Senior Holiday Lunch

The 22nd annual Senior luncheon was held on Dec. 13 at St. Malachy's Catholic Church. The event is put on by Rotary Club with the help of Interact students and volunteers. This year they served a...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Kern Supervisors: Battle for big 2nd district

Michael Biglay ~ In canvassing the District, Michael Biglay said he found that the number one issue that people are concerned about is crime. "Everybody wants more deputies," he said. He wants to see...

 

The cities of tomorrow evolving today

The industrial revolution changed the habitation patterns of the world. Rural residents needed to live around cities where the jobs and services were located. As we continue along in today's...

 

Improvements, growth and new possibilities

Kern County Budget Update This week, the Board of Supervisors passed the county's budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year. We are in year three of our four-year plan to eliminate the General Fund...

 

Gone to the Dogs 5K Fun Run and Pet Festival

Tehachapi dogs, great and small, gathered for Have a Heart Humane Society's annual Gone to the Dogs 5K Fun Run and Pet Festival on Sept. 8. The event included rescue dogs, pet-specific item vendors,...

 

Why Cheers to Charity?

Why attend Cheers to Charity? Why spend an evening sipping a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon at beautiful Aviator Park? Why enjoy a variety of foods, wines, beers, coffee and desserts - while enjoying...

 

32nd Annual Prayer Breakfast

It was a great turn out at McMullan Hall for the 32nd Annual Kiwanis Prayer Breakfast on May 3 as speaker Daryl Ragsdale, business development director for World Wind & Solar, shared his...

 

Good Deed Award ceremony

For the American Legion Auxiliary Tehachapi, Unit 221, April is Children and Youth month. What better month to honor fabulous young members of our community then this month. On April 21, the Unit...

 

Cheers to Charity 2018

Planning for the 2018 Cheers to Charity fund-raising event, on Saturday, Aug. 11, is underway. Aviator Park, at the Tehachapi Airport, will again be the setting for the 5th year of this annual...

 

New Hispanic-majority supervisor deal stretches Scrivner 150 miles, Boron to Frazier Park and Taft

The court-ordered realignment of the five Kern County Supervisor districts to create a second Hispanic-majority voting bloc has produced an expanded District 2 that is the size of a small kingdom....

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 31, 2018

TVRPD and airport among Council topics

It was standing room only at the Police Department Community Room the evening of March 19 when TVRPD Board Chairman Laura Lynne Wyatt and General Manager Michelle Vance presented their concept for...

 

Council Member Phil Smith to receive Lifetime Achievement Award

Tehachapi City Council Member Phil Smith has been named recipient of the Ronald E. Brummet Regional Award of Merit for Lifetime Achievement by the Kern Council of Governments. Smith, who has served...

 

Reflecting on 2017

Dear Friends, As your elected representative on the Kern County Board of Supervisors, I work to honestly and efficiently manage your tax dollars to provide the services you expect and deserve, and...

 

Positive projections for 2018

Welcome to 2018, a year of remarkable potential and, dare I say, a historic year for our community on the business and commerce front. 2018 will include a major shift in our local retail with the...

 

Massage Parlor ordinance

The Kern County Board of Supervisors receives feedback and responds to concerns raised by Kern County residents on a regular basis. We take our community's concerns very seriously, and evaluate the be...

 

Tehachapi Downtown better than ever

As we enjoy the holiday shopping season, I hope you're taking notice of our local 'Buy 1' initiative. It's a challenge of sorts from the City to our citizens to make the effort to purchase at least...

 

Tehachapi Library Opens Dec. 4

After a few hiccups, the Tehachapi Branch of the Kern County Library will open its doors to the public on Monday, Dec. 4 at its new location, 212 S Green St. Tours of will begin at 4 p.m. District 2...

 

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