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Online permit filing in City's future

On Sept. 8, the Tehachapi City Council addressed the resignation of Ken Wright from the Planning...

 

Grandparents: consider these financial moves

Each year, on the first Sunday after Labor Day, we observe National Grandparents Day. Although it's...

 

Valley Strong branches to return to regular business operations

As an essential business ready to meet the needs of our community, effective Monday, Sept. 14,...

 

Debit or credit? Pick a card

Americans use debit cards more often than credit cards, but they tend to use credit cards for...

 

Lithium discovered in Boron

At their Sept. 3 meeting, the Tehachapi Rotary Club received a virtual visit from Mary Beth Garrison...

 

What is a naturalist? And why are there so many of them in the Tehachapi area?

"I would propose that a naturalist is someone whose curiosity is boundless. He or she is interested...

 

When horsepower was still supplied by horses

My grandfather, who was also named Lance Estes, owned freight wagons and teams of horses, and he...

 

The remarkable Mrs. Katherine Curran Brandegee, botanist adventurer

In June 1884, Katherine Layne Curran (later Brandegee) travelled from Bakersfield to Mojave; the tri...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

Three new restaurants open in the City of Tehachapi Prime Bar & Grill, 4 Seasons Café and Tacos...

 

West Park frontage to get face lift

For many years local residents and especially Little League families have complained about the lack...

 

Democratic countdown to election

Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club members are involved in getting out the vote for the November election. This will be the topic of discussion at the...

 

Labor Day: Make investments work as hard as you do

Labor Day is almost here. Of course, this year the holiday may have a different impact, given the...

 

Kern County Supervisors approve final budget

On Aug. 25, the Kern County Board of Supervisors approved our budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21. The...

 

Assemblyman Fong announces 2020 Nonprofit of the Year

Assemblyman Vince Fong honored Sikh Riders of America as the 34th Assembly District's Nonprofit of t...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

City of Tehachapi launches "Filming in Tehachapi" on website as Hollywood looks to the hills COVID-1...

 

Democrats follow guidelines

Tehachapi Mountain Democrats always looked forward to the club’s summer picnic, but with recommendations that large group gatherings should be...

 

City unchallenged offices will be appointed

A General Municipal Election was scheduled to be held at the same time as the Statewide and National...

 

Hospital President Lingerfelt resigns

After three years with Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley, hospital President Jeff Lingerfelt...

 

Corey Costelloe: City helps businesses 'navigate tricky waters' during COVID-19

Restaurants in the city of Tehachapi have sprouted umbrellas and outdoor seating on city sidewalks...

 

School Board addresses budget shortfall

The Tehachapi Unified School District began their 2020-21 school year on Aug. 12 with virtual...

 

Assemblyman Vince Fong issues statement on EDD failures

Assemblyman Vince Fong (R-Kern County) issued the following statement regarding the mounting...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

New restaurants create job opportunities in Tehachapi As the local economy continues to deal with...

 

Portfolio performance: Choose your benchmarks wisely

Dramatic market turbulence has been common in 2020, and you can't help but hear about the frequent...

 

Scrivner speaks on COVID-19's impact on Kern County

On Aug. 6, second district supervisor Zack Scrivner spoke to the Tehachapi Rotary Club giving county updates related to the impact of the Coronavirus...

 

Valley Strong Credit Union names next President/CEO

Valley Strong Credit Union has named Nicholas Ambrosini as their next president/CEO, succeeding longtime chief Stephen P. Renock, IV, effective July...

 

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