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Will your money last as long as you do?

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

 

Windows 7, RIP – sad emoji, etc.

Windows 7 has become the new Windows XP. Since Microsoft has retired support for Windows 7, it's...

 

Tips for targeting your Retirement Savings Goal

What if you're saving as much as you can, but still feel that your retirement savings goal is out...

 

Amazing wine and an amazing time

The Rotary Club of Tehachapi held its 7th Annual Rotary Wine Pairing Dinner at The Shed on...

 

Learn about the latest space telescope

Those interested in space and science may want to attend the Feb. 12 meeting of American Association of University Women. It features a presentation b...

 

2019 Year in Review

The City of Tehachapi is proud to present our 2019 Year in Review. The annual printed publication...

 

Kroeger at Kiwanis: Same offenders commit 56% of arrests

In analyzing recent crime statistics, Tehachapi Police Chief Kent Kroeger discovered that chronic...

 

2020, a new year

A New Year, new opportunities, new challenges and new possibilities that are endless. What do you...

 

Twisted Sisters Revival! Boutique

Come by and check out Twisted Sisters Revival! Boutique's variety of gorgeous and unique boots,...

 

Jay Schlosser wins Regional Award

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020, Tehachapi's Development Services Director Jay Schlosser received word...

 

AAUW meets School Superintendent

Education is a key issue for the American Association of University Women (AAUW) so members were...

 

Federal Tax Returns for 2019

The federal standard deduction for: • Married filing a joint return has increased from $24,000 to...

 

City of Tehachapi wins two Regional Awards of Merit

The Kern Council of Governments has announced their annual Regional Awards of Merit for the year...

 

Highlighting success within the economic landscape of our community

As 2020 begins, 2019 left a lasting impression on the local economy In 2019 the City of Tehachapi...

 

On winter nights the ancient ones awaken: The magic of Nuwä storytelling

Short, cold days and long frosty nights. When the sun went down, the land grew dark. There were no...

 

The constable who didn't carry a gun

“Louie Boden was a lawman in Tehachapi for 36 years, from 1915 until his death in 1951. He relied...

 

Drought and a female Indian rain shaman

The Kawaiisu had achieved preeminence as rain shamans. The rainmaker, or more accurately,...

 

The case of the missing chicken

We liked to have our chickens be able to roam around our property. One of our roosters disappeared...

 

County deficit closed: 'like turning the Titanic'

Kern County Supervisors prioritized public safety when they closed the $44.5 million fiscal deficit...

 

Extended hours, new chef at Coffee Mill

Tehachapi native Louis Tolentino, new owner of The Coffee Mill restaurant at 120 S. Mill St., plans...

 

'Catastrophic' if state destroys Kern oil, gas

Kern County Dist. 1 Supervisor Mick Gleason said the state's goal of being fossil-fuel-free by 2045...

 

Advocate will speak to Democrats

Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club has arranged for Julie Solis to address the group at their Feb. 6 meeting. She is a candidate for the Kern County...

 

Customer detective work

One might say the most challenging part of being an automotive service technician is diagnosing a problem so it can be fixed. Cars can be so complex...

 

New Starbucks planned for Capital Hills

At their Jan. 13 meeting, the Tehachapi Planning Commission approved a multi-tenant retail center...

 

City to receive two KernCOG awards

City Clerk Tory Marsh began the Jan. 6 City Council meeting by announcing that the City had...

 

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