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The history of 4th of July in Tehachapi

Our Fourth of July celebrations are a uniquely American tradition, commemorating the issuing of the...

 

Deduct a cruise to Mexico

You may not have thought of this, but taking a cruise ship to Mexico for a business meeting is...

 

Well, we could use more water

The City Council has re-appointed both Kim Nixon and Linda Hollingsworth to the Planning...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    June 11, 2022 

New City budget and Dennison Rd. upgrades approved

In a two-hour budget meeting held on June 6, the Tehachapi City Council approved a balanced $33.3...

 
 By Jon Hammond    Local News    June 11, 2022 

Summer is almost here, and rattlesnakes are back

Now that summer is upon us, snakes are once again stirring in the Tehachapi Mountains, as warmer...

 
 By Jon Hammond    Local News    June 11, 2022 

Memories of growing up on Cherry Lane

"My Momma loved a recipe. My favorite recipes in her collection are from the neighbors who lived up...

 

Kern Community Mentoring AmeriCorps Program seeks mentors for 2022-23 school year

The Kern County Superintendent of Schools office announced on June 2 that its Kern Community Mentoring AmeriCorps program is seeking mentors for the...

 

Crypto: investment or speculation?

With cryptocurrencies so much in the news, you might be wondering if you should invest in them. But...

 

$640,000 awarded to local Workforce Development Board

The Kern, Inyo and Mono Workforce Development Board (KIM WDB) was recently awarded $640,000 by the California Department of Industrial Relations and...

 
 By Zack Scrivner    Local News    June 11, 2022 

Zack Scrivner announces available position on the Tehachapi Resource Conservation District (TRCD)

The Tehachapi Resource Conservation District is currently looking for applicants who are interested...

 

Balanced budget adopted

On June 6, the Tehachapi City Council approved a balanced $33.3 million budget for fiscal year 2022-23. The approved budget also addressed subsequent...

 

Apothika Montem Botanica joins Healthy Hippie Trading Co.

There always seems to be something new and exciting going on at Healthy Hippie Trading Co. and this...

 

Valley Strong Credit Union announces new checking products

Valley Strong Credit Union is excited to announce that they have refreshed their checking account...

 

TUSD redistricting, the saga continues

On Thursday, June 2, just one block away from the first Farmers Market of the season, the Tehachapi...

 
 By Alysha Boles    Local News    June 11, 2022 

Tips for selling smart, part two

Summer is here and once again many potential sellers are watching rates rise, thinking prices are...

 

Jacobsen Middle School girls awarded Camp Scholarship

Tech Trek is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) camp aimed toward encouraging the...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    May 28, 2022

Rotarians learn about meteorology

On May 12, the Tehachapi Rotary Club was treated to a talk by Miles Muzio, the chief meteorologist...

 

Latino Cultural and Food Festival to celebrate 22-year tradition this Memorial weekend

As Memorial weekend approaches, the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce reflects on its...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    May 28, 2022

Mano Lujan updates Rotarians

Mano Lujan, owner of Red House BBQ, spoke to Tehachapi Rotarians on May 19. Lujan has owned the...

 

Kern County park investments

Kern County operates and maintains over 5,000 acres of community and regional parks located across...

 
 By John Nelson    Local News    May 28, 2022

Septic systems: not as scary as you think

John Nelson, owner of John the Plumber, no longer provides septic pumping services but he still...

 

Car emissions recalls

Many car owners have come across the term “vehicle recall” in one form or another, whether...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    May 28, 2022

National Police Week, road repair projects, new recreational park and edible food recovery discussed

National Police Week At the City Council meeting held on May 16, Mayor Phil Smith presented a...

 

You can support local scholarships

Local scholarships are important to Tehachapi Mountain Branch/American Association of University Women. When the branch was established in 1984 a...

 

A look at city budget season

Budget season is undoubtedly a crucial time each year. With the City of Tehachapi operating on a...

 

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