A Tehachapi preschool voluntarily enrolled in a study with the University of California, Los Angeles, according to a school news release.
The Bear Valley Springs Cultural Arts Association announced Thursday morning that it is postponing its Pop-up Book Faire originally slated for Sunday, Feb. 17, due to weather concerns.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Bakersfield, announced he is now accepting applications for his Summer Internship Program.
Mojave's only new-car dealership, Kieffe and Sons Ford, is calling it quits after 59 years in business.
More medical marijuana dispensaries withdrew their appeals to stay open at the Kern County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, diminishing the chance that any cannabis storefronts will remain open in the county after May.
The Tehachapi Unified School District's board of trustees was recognized during the Feb. 12 school board meeting for its ongoing assistance in support of the local Salvation Army.
The Lady Warriors wrapped up the soccer season "leaving it all on the field." Unfortunately, their passionate play was not rewarded with a win in the last five games.
Despite a 52-41 loss in the regular-season finale that cost the Lady Warriors the outright South Yosemite League championship, Tehachapi was still awarded the fourth seed in the upcoming CIF Central Section Division II Playoffs and could have two home games in their quest for a CIF Championship.
Well, here we go, it’s playoffs time, and as they say, “all roads lead to Selland Arena,” the home of the CIF Central Section Basketball Championships.
Daniel Curnow took this photo in Golden Hills of a male Western Bluebird (Sialia mexicana) perched on a oak branch. These charming songbirds are year-round residents of the Tehachapi Mountains, and they are especially characteristic of our oak woodlands and areas with mixed tree cover and shrubs.
Tehachapi Mountain Rodeo Association is proud to announce its 2019 Tehachapi season.
Director Shanan Harrell is looking for seven energetic and dedicated actors for Tehachapi Community Theatre's spring production of "The Foreigner," a comedy classic written by Larry Shue.
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Encompassing more than 275 square miles with a population of more than 36,880 people 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 93561 ZIP code.
People from all over California are moving to Tehachapi in search of a small-town feel, a high standard of living and the opportunity to live in "The Land of Four Seasons." The community welcomes visitors to stop and take a tour around downtown, enjoy the varied restaurants, stay for the fam…
The Tehachapi Visitor Center made its downtown debut two years ago, but the enthusiasm of its volunteers parallels the first day it opened.