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Mayor signs AVA letter of support

On Wednesday, July 22, Tehachapi Mayor Susan Wiggins signed a letter of support from the city...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    August 1, 2020 

First Quarter school year to be virtual

The TUSD Board held a special meeting via teleconferencing on July 21 to address the issue of how...

 

Water safety tips

Recently the Kern County Fire Department responded to two separate child drowning emergencies. We would like to remind all members of our community...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    August 1, 2020 

Tehachapi City Council Update

Council supports AVA designation On June 26, the City of Tehachapi was notified that the U.S....

 

Congratulations to the 'Tehachapi Mountains'

To Whom it May Concern, As the County Supervisor representing the Tehachapi region, I...

 

When facing illness, take control of finances

In light of COVID-19, virtually all of us have considered health-related issues. But for people...

 
 By Greg Garrett    Local News    August 1, 2020 

Tehachapi continues to evolve

While COVID-19 has taken up plenty of time and resources from the City of Tehachapi, our team still...

 
 By Jon Hammond    Local News    August 1, 2020 

Old Tehachapi Cemetery is a place of quiet history and faded grief

A small knoll overlooking Meadowbrook Park in Golden Hills has long been home to about 30 Tehachapi...

 

Kiwanis speaker Ashley Whitmore: Busy airport, busy manager

Ashley Whitmore began working for the city of Tehachapi as a part-time clerk when she was 23. Now...

 

Jack Sprague and his tireless efforts to document rock art

When Jack Sprague was 7 years old, he and his dog got caught in a downpour in a portion of Sand...

 

Nisei: A knife at your throat and a hand on your dog tags

My best friend Martin and I were both in the Army during World War II – he was in the European...

 

A bobcat at the Tehachapi Post Office

I went to work at the Tehachapi Post Office one morning a few years ago, and pretty soon one of the...

 

Born at home for the sake of a vote!

I was definitely a surprise to my folks when my mother became pregnant with me – she was 38 years...

 

Tapping retirement savings during a financial crisis

As the number of COVID-19 cases began to skyrocket in March 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus...

 

What should you do with an inheritance?

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor....

 

Greenbriar executes a master sales, marketing agreement with Keller Willams – Paul Morris Forward Living Inc.

Greenbriar Capital is very pleased to announce that Greenbriar has executed an initial Master Sales...

 

Democratic club Zooms through election

Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club has new officers, but it had to be done via a Zoom meeting. The Club has been unable to have regular meetings...

 

New Kiwanis board member

The Kiwanis Club of Tehachapi welcomes Financial Adviser Brandon Billings to its Board of...

 

Christina Scrivner: Hospital safe, do not delay care, free testing

COVID-19 cases have not impacted operations at Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley but the "COVID...

 

Fire Department 2020 July 4th weekend review

For several weeks Kern County has seen an increase in illegal firework activity similar to that bein...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

Local restaurants/City come together for outdoor dining efforts On July 1, California Governor...

 

City of Tehachapi adds umbrellas to downtown

The City of Tehachapi added 14 new umbrellas to downtown picnic tables in public spaces to help...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    July 18, 2020

Sage Ranch granted 6 month extension

On July 13, the Tehachapi Planning Commission granted Greenbriar Capital an additional six month...

 

Guessing Kiwanis acorns

Tehachapi native Chad Walker, stage manager for the soft rock duo Air Supply, writes his estimate...

 

First Quarter school year to be virtual

First Quarter school year to be virtual The TUSD Board held a special meeting via teleconferencing...

 

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