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Year-end 2022 tax tips

Here are some things to consider as you weigh potential tax moves before the end of the year. Set as...

 

California Forward Economic Summit speech

Good morning everyone, and thank you for coming to Kern County to discuss the future of...

 

Cho'ikizh! What is that? Nuwä names for birds

"Cho'ikizh! Cho'ikizh!" The Nuwä Indian woman heard the familiar call as she sat under a hava...

 

Virginia Sanchez: growing up in Tehachapi, and the war years

Virginia Gonzalez Sanchez was born at home on F Street in Tehachapi on June 23, 1931, the daughter...

 

What is estate planning?

In a fundamental sense, estate planning is about control. With an appropriate estate plan in place,...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    November 12, 2022 

Council approves new projects

The Tehachapi City Council meeting held on Nov. 7 began with council approval for the upcoming...

 

Passing assets through a trust: What to know

As the year winds down, your thoughts might drift to the future. And, as part of that future, you ma...

 

Girl Scout Troop visits council

Girl Scout Troop 8014, and their leader Nina Thornberg, interviewed Tehachapi Mayor Phil Smith...

 

Upgrades and solar arrays

At the TUSD September board meeting, a decision was made to create a facilities committee based on...

 

Retirement savings in a volatile market

If you worry about your retirement investments during market downturns, you're not alone....

 

Safe 1 partners with The Mission at Kern County for Thanksgiving jacket, coat, sweater giveaway

Safe 1 Credit Union is proud to partner with The Mission at Kern County to help make this winter and holiday season a better one for those in need....

 

Is a donor-advised fund right for you?

You can find many ways to support charitable organizations. One method that's gained popularity...

 
 By TPD    Local News    October 29, 2022

Fatal traffic collision

At approximately 4 p.m. on Oct. 24, officers from the Tehachapi Police Department were dispatched...

 

Rabbitbrush: the golden flowering light of autumn

One of my favorite aspects of living in the Tehachapi Mountains is how vibrant and tangible the...

 

Tootie Anderson: a pioneer girl and community beacon

Leatta "Tootie" Anderson was the definition of a local resident: not only was she raised in...

 

Adventist Home Health Care in Tehachapi

At the Oct. 20 Rotary meeting, a representative from Adventist Health, Theresa Delgado, spoke on the...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

Southeastern Kern County Retail Submarket Report As Tehachapi enters the final quarter of 2022,...

 

Measure X is not a bond – misprint on Nov. 8 ballot leads to confusion

A slight error on the upcoming November 8 ballot has created some confusion. You will see on the bal...

 

The biggest question... will the real estate market crash?

I remember several years ago during a panel discussion between loan officers and real estate...

 

Here's your 'recession survival' checklist

It's unfortunate, but recessions are a fairly normal part of the economic landscape. When a...

 

Sage Ranch extension approved

At their Oct. 10 meeting, the Tehachapi Planning Commission unanimously voted to give the Sage...

 

New leadership for Democratic Club

Yvette Dumler is the new president of Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club. She has been appointed to fulfill the remaining term of Kathy Kneer who...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

Access to new CoStar Software Highlights major commercial investments in the City of Tehachapi Comme...

 

Democrats study candidates, issues

Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club members received an update on candidates at their October meeting. They enthusiastically endorsed Marisa Wood for...

 

City swears in new officers, new treasurer

At the Oct. 3 City Council meeting, with Police Chief Kent Kroeger standing by, Mayor Phil Smith...

 

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