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An enthusiastic crowd of nearly 800 cheered on 13 lip sync teams Friday night in the Tehachapi High School gym.

Mother Nature cooperated with Earth Day as celebrants awoke Saturday to find blue skies and mild temperatures in downtown Tehachapi.

From Memorial Day to Labor Day — or as long as weather permits — American flags will fly from decorative light posts in the city.

Teachers in the Tehachapi Unified School District are slated to vote Tuesday and Wednesday on a new contract, the subject of months of debate.

As a massive transportation bill heads to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk for his signature to make it law, a local assemblyman shared his alternative during a Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce lunch meeting.

When it comes to kinetic energy, the Boston Marathon is about as extreme as it gets.

Warrior tennis played in a pair of South Yosemite League contests this past week, losing to Ridgeview 5-4 and Golden Valley 5-3 in two closely contested match-ups.

There are certain large scale natural phenomena that occur every year, like the migration of turkey vultures or the blooming of rabbitbrush. Right now we're are in the midst of another: the annual population boom of Crane Flies.

Scott Hiebert took this photo off Jeffrey Road of an unusual white form of the widespread spring wildflower known as Owl's Clover (Castilleja exserta). The white versions are in the foreground, with typically-colored plants in the background and the deep blue and white colors of Pygmy-leaved…

The Tehachapi area is defined and delineated by its mountains. Valleys in the Tehachapi Mountains tend to be bowl valleys, ringed by mountain ridges on all sides, rather than open ended V-shaped notch valleys. Our mountains surround us, they help determine our weather, and they are a perpetu…

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