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CCCC welcomes Graduates to Coyote Alumni Ranks, Honors Class of 2019

With hundreds of family members and friends in attendance, nearly 469 graduates of Cerro Coso Community College degree and certification programs celebrated the achievement of one more milestone on their journey as lifelong learners at the May 10...

 

Young actors bring big personalities, ambition to the BeeKay stage

I love writing columns that showcase people within the community that give back in some way. It could be an artist who makes sentimental pieces for their clients, a volunteer who devotes love to the...

 

Depot celebrates volunteers

Friends of the Tehachapi Depot (FOTD) held a big "thank you" dinner and award ceremony on Tuesday evening at the Depot Railroad Museum, 101 W. Tehachapi Blvd. The FOTD volunteers who work so hard...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    April 27, 2019

Meet Your New Neighbors

Andre and Gina Colon decided to move to Tehachapi after a visit to friends here. They enjoyed the visit so much that they decided to stay overnight and then eventually move. Andre said that the...

 

Good Deed Awards

The Tehachapi American Legion Auxiliary Unit 221 held a Good Deed Award ceremony before their regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 17 at the Veterans Memorial Building. The American Legion...

 

AAUW views historic photos

Charles White, president of Tehachapi Heritage League, spoke recently to members and friends of the American Association of University Women. He used a series of photographs to show the transition of...

 

Audition notice for 'Little Women'

Tehachapi Community Theatre will present an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s famous novel, “Little Women” in September. Director Monica Nadon is seeking men and women ranging in age from 13 – 70 years old to fill the following roles of this...

 

Windows 7 nagging, smartphone diagnostics

Windows 7 nagging Microsoft won't stop supporting Windows 7 (Win7) until January of next year, but Win7 machines will soon start seeing popup messages warning of the end of support. After support...

 

Spring Showers Bring May Flowers

Rachel Siegfried created a flower farm in 2008. She grows seasonal flowers and arranges them for weddings and special events. In her book “The Flower Box” she shares 60 beautiful photos of...

 

The Serial: Calling all writers

In the April 13 edition of The Loop newspaper, we invited readers to use their creativity and join in on adding to our serial story, “Valley of Light.” Part 1 is written to give you a running...

 

Community raises more than $189,000 for imaging center at AHTV

Recognizing a need for more advanced diagnostic equipment, community members pledged more than $189,000 in gifts during a benefit dinner on April 9 to go toward a planned $3 million imaging center at...

 

Broken air conditioners aren't cool

It's likely you don't give the air conditioning in your vehicle much thought until you notice it's failing or broken. The last thing you want is to be stuck in a vehicle with no air conditioning on ho...

 

Cerro Coso faculty receive tenure

Cerro Coso Community College is proud to announce that the Kern Community College District (KCCD) Board of Trustees has granted tenure to the following eight full-time faculty members: Nakysha...

 

Smiles in pajamas

The day before Easter is always hectic. Fun, but hectic. Egg dying, food prep, covert bunny helper operations. This year I added one more item to my to do list and I'm so glad I did. Goat Yoga....

 

Stratolaunch – A giant first test flight at Mojave

Saying Stratolaunch, the aircraft with a 385-foot wingspan, is huge is an understatement! I was between some hangars, behind the flightline fence and saw the chase plane take off, shortly thereafter...

 

Diapers, formula, clothing and more

As a new mom or dad who is struggling to provide all their little ones needs, where would you go for help? Family Life Pregnancy Center is here to provide assistance. The generosity of our community...

 
 By Mel White    Community    April 27, 2019

Rainbow in my storm (my mom)

Mother's Day is right around the corner, which reminds me once again of how I lucked out as far as mothers go. Mine was really something special. I write this column about looking on the bright side o...

 

Kern County Sheriff's App now available

The Kern County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce the launch of The Sheriff’s App. The application is now available for download in the App Store for iPhones and Google Play for Androids. Just search, “Kern County Sheriff.” The purpose...

 

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club has been busy with Bakersfield mat action. TVWC competed March 30 at the KCWA Rebel Rumble, hosted at South High School. Thirteen wrestlers brought home medals. In the...

 

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...

 
 By Gina Marie    Community    April 27, 2019

Tehachapi build a plane project

I was thrilled to hear that we have a young team of future aeronautical engineers building an airplane here at our local airport. It is a lightweight sport aircraft that weighs about 800-pounds...

 

American Legion Auxiliary announces Poppy Days in Tehachapi

Each May, members of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 221, along with members of the American Legion Post, offer poppies to the community to remember those who have given their lives in service to our...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    April 27, 2019

Only a bootlegger's daughter

A few weeks ago I wrote of the Mojave Gold Rush and the discovery of the Golden Queen Mine that caused people from far an near to come to Mojave and hope to find such a bonanza as George Holmes. The...

 

Hall CCT achieves second reaccreditation

The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) has announced that Hall Critical Care Transport has successfully completed its second re-accreditation for its air ambulance and...

 

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