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Are you prepared for a natural disaster? Earthquakes, floods, wildfires — these are all possible events that can happen at any time and residents are encouraged to be ready to take care of themselves and others if a natural disaster were to occur. This was discussed at the Emergency Prepared…

Smiling cheerleaders showed off dance moves with their routines. Homecoming court finalists waved. Students rode unicorns to the center of the room to '80s songs. And three teachers portrayed characters. These were a few of the high-energy activities at Tehachapi High School’s homecoming ass…

Local residents had the opportunity to discuss topics of interest with city officials over a cup of java. On Oct. 9, the Coffee Mill played host to Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager when Mayor Ed Grimes and Tehachapi City Manager Greg Garrett were found lending an ear to the concerns of…

A 27-year-old Tehachapi woman who was critically wounded in a mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival and concert in Las Vegas Oct. 1 has filed a lawsuit in Nevada district court against MGM Resorts International, event promoter Live Nation Entertainment and an extensive list of other…

It's October, and the World Series has been set. The Los Angeles Dodgers, playing in the Fall Classic for the first time since yours truly was still sleeping on He-Man bed sheets and believing in Santa Claus, will take on the Houston Astros, who in 1988 were actually a National League team, …

In their last SYL match until league finals in three weeks, THS cross country felt like they were competing on Friday the 13th instead of Wednesday the 18th. The Warriors tied with teams in three of the five divisional runs and ended up on the short end of the tiebreaker rule in all three.

The traditional rivalry between Tehachapi and Garces football spans through generations and all ranges of age. It begins with 8-year-olds knocking pads between the Tomahawks and Irish and concludes with high school seniors winning in overtime with a PAT kick between the Warriors and Rams.

Betty O'Halloran took this photo of a rainbow in Golden Hills on Oct. 20. "A beautiful rainbow graced my vision near my home this morning," Betty wrote. "Our first chilly, blustery fall day. Even the ravens were challenged trying to fly in the wind."

Nearly 200 visitors attended the dedication of a native Kawaiisu acorn gathering site high in the mountains of Bear Valley Springs Sunday. Long known by locals, the site was purchased four years ago by residents Rich and Linda Turco. They in turn deeded it over to the Bear Valley Springs' Co…

If you live in the Tehachapi Mountains and like nature, one of the most enjoyable experiences you can have is when some of our local wildlife choose to raise their young near your home, giving you the opportunity to make regular observations of them and their babies as they grow.

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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