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PCT Hikers arriving, angels ready to help

Soon Tehachapi will become the hub for international and domestic hikers. The world is walking into our amazing community from the Pacific Crest Trail, a hiking trail starting in Mexico and ending at...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    April 13, 2019 

Always Ready Construction

Always Ready Construction may be new to Tehachapi but the company's owner, General Contractor Jeff Thorsnes is not. Seeking a simpler life lifestyle, Thorsnes and his family moved to Tehachapi in 2013...

 

TAAR given AHTV Hospital update

On April 4, the Tehachapi Area Association of Realtors had their general membership meeting. The guest speaker was, Christina Scrivner, Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley foundation manager. Scrivner...

 

Loving caregivers, volunteers make life at the Tehachapi Senior Center joyful

Margie Kloth has only been a volunteer at Tehachapi's Senior Center for about two months, but her passion for the program sparked immediately. "The special memories began the minute I walked into the...

 

Smartphone location data

Everybody wants the location data in your smartphone. Your carrier, your phone's operating system, even the apps running on your phone. But why? Why does Verizon, AT&T, Apple, Google or Candy Crush...

 
 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:...

 
 By Susan Wiggins    Community    April 13, 2019 

Wildflower hunting

My mother Marion Deaver loved flowers – of all kinds. This is a second installment on her love of flowers and how we all learned about them growing up. She loved to make flower arrangements and she...

 

Adventist Health welcomes two new family practice providers

Adventist Health proudly welcomes board certified family nurse practitioner, Liberty Fordham, F.N.P.-C., and certified physician assistant, Angela Locke, P.A.-C. Both providers will practice at the...

 

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 Midge Lyndee    Community    April 13, 2019 

Dive into the work of Alexander McCall Smith

What I like most about Alexander McCall Smith is how comfortable I am with his main characters. It is easy to slip them on like an extra pair of skin and ease into their lives quickly while the...

 

Tehachapi Martial Arts Center 13th Annual Hapkido Seminar

Saturday, March 23, Tehachapi Martial Arts Center hosted the 13th Annual Combat Hapkido Seminar. The event was led by Grandmaster John Pelligrini, founder of the International Combat Hapkido...

 
 By Curtis Nelson    Community    April 13, 2019 

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club had 12 wrestlers compete in Freestyle at the KCWA Foothill Jr. Tournament March 23, hosted by Foothill Jr. Wrestling Club. Three wrestlers also competed in the Greco...

 

Wildflowers in bloom

As of March 21, the poppies are in full bloom on the east side of the park and blooming or starting to bloom in the rest of the park. Along the Lightning Bolt Trail you can also see evening snow,...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    March 30, 2019

Donuts make the world go round

It is said that, "it's not work when it is a labor of love." A perfect illustration of that old saying applies to the new owner of Tea Donuts, located next to Rite Aid at the corner of Tehachapi...

 

Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley – more than a hospital company

When folks think of Adventist Health, it's likely they think only of the hospital. I can't blame them. Opening a state-of-the-art hospital in a rural community is a feat – especially during a time w...

 

World traveler visits New Zealand

When I asked my husband what he wanted me to mention to readers about our adventure to New Zealand and Fiji, his response was, "I don't know where to start, it was fantastic!" As an owner of a travel...

 
 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...

 

Chrome password checkup, ji32k7au4a83, 12-inch extension cords

Chrome password checkup Every time we hear about a data breach somewhere, we know that a new bunch of usernames and passwords were just stolen and are about to be used against us. Somehow, and by...

 

Sandra Lee Hare Oct. 31, 1946 – Oct. 23, 2018

Please join us for a Celebration of Life for Sandra Lee Hare who passed away tragically in an automobile accident in Ridgecrest on Oct. 23, 2018. Sandy's Celebration will be held Saturday, April 6,...

 

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...

 

Historical Society History

Found an article by my mother Marion Deaver that she wrote about how the Kern-Antelope Historical Society was created. The article was taken from a letter written from Glen Settle to the Conference...

 

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 Diana Wade    Community    March 30, 2019

Can Fibromyalgia qualify for Social Security?

Fibromyalgia is now a recognized medically determinable impairment by Social Security. I will talk about the symptoms of fibromyalgia and how these symptoms relate to a Social Security Disability or...

 
 By Gina Marie    Community    March 30, 2019

Little League opening ceremonies

Spring is in the air and the weather could not have been better for such an event. Vice President of little league softball, Carrie Storm, invited us out to enjoy opening ceremonies. It was heart...

 

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