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The Tehachapi City Council on Monday night extended an emergency ordinance for a year that prohibits commercial non-medical use or outdoor cultivation of cannabis, allowing more time for the council to consider options on any commercial activities within the city.

Tehachapi residents awoke to smoke and high winds Sunday morning as two grass fires started within minutes of each other.

Tehachapi has much to offer in the way of health care and resources. That's what the folks who attended the 2017 Health & Senior Resource Fair found out at Sunday's event.

Willkommen! Welcome! said a sign inviting the public to Oktoberfest in Stallion Springs.

With the threat of a lawsuit looming, the Tehachapi City Council held a public hearing Oct. 12 to gather input on the possibility that voters in the future will elect council members by district, rather than citywide.

The Braves lost to East, 28-8, in their game Friday evening.

The Tehachapi Warriors picked up their second win of the season in emphatic fashion Friday night, downing East Bakersfield High School 28-7.

With all the gloom and controversy centered on football and the NFL, the Tehachapi Tomahawks rise up and set forth a positive example to what is important to our athletes and organization: God, country and football. The respect, pride, dignity and unity bleed out of our athletes who hold tru…

The holidays are on the way, and the elves of the Bear Valley Spring Cultural Arts Association are going to be available to help out with gift giving. On Nov. 24 and 25, the public is invited to attend the Annual Holiday Bazaar at the Whiting Center. The bazaar opens at 10 a.m. on the day kn…

Veterans Collaborative Services has been raising the bar for veterans in Tehachapi since its founding three years ago. Organized to be the bridge and resource center for local veterans, it held its fundraising dinner at Veterans Hall in Tehachapi Saturday night.

Julie Girado Turner took these photos of California Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus californicus) that frequent her home in West Golden Hills.

Encompassing more than 275 square miles with a population of more than 36,880people according to the 2010 census, the Greater Tehachapi area includes the City of Tehachapi as well as a number of unincorporated communities and areas within the ZIP code 93561.

As travelers head toward Tehachapi, a "Welcome to Tehachapi, the Land of Four Seasons" sign invites visitors to explore this mountain community. Current and new residents of Tehachapi come to know the truth of those words. The region is known throughout the area as a place with changing temp…

Each year, Tehachapi is host to many popular events and festivities, offering something for everyone. Whether you're a local resident or tourist looking for exciting attractions to visit, Tehachapi takes entertainment seriously all year long. Below is a listing of these events by month.

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