Tehachapi's Own Western & Work Wear, Incorporated, is under new ownership and management.
The Rotary Club of Tehachapi will hold it's 11th annual Senior Smoke Alarm Battery Replacement Program fro 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 8.
This community service program continues to grow as more and more seniors sign up every year to have a team of Rotarians come to their home and put brand new batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors at no cost to the recipient. The members of our Rotaract and Interact Clubs are also a part of our team of enthusiastic volunteers who thoroughly enjoy making sure that our senior citizens are more protected by fully operational smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
Rio Tinto has announced the appointment of Dean Gehring to the role of president and chief executive officer for Rio Tinto Minerals.
A hostage survivor will speak in Tehachapi on Monday, Oct. 20.
They are not like the beauty pageant queens you see on the television. True, they are beautiful, but their charm radiates from within.
Arts, Science & Technology Educational Corporation of Tehachapi (AST) will host its annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the north parking lot area of Monroe High School.
With “Appl-ie Goodness” as its theme, the second annual Tehachapi Apple Festival was everything apples.
One of the most distinctive and interesting women ever raised in the Tehachapi Valley went to join her ancestors on Sept. 25, as Dottie Fritz Newton, 94, passed away following a prolonged illness.
Local horse trainers will have an opportunity to showcase their abilities during the Vaquero Heritage Trainers Challenge, to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 10, 11 and 12, beginning at 9 a.m. each day, at Sterling's Arena, located at 19271 Cherry Lane, Tehachapi.
Tehachapi High School welcomed a variety of professionals to speak with students during its semi-annual Career Day held Sept. 25. A total of 27 presenters participated by enlightening the students on the many opportunities that await them after graduation.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) stops people from moving. So, dozens of people in Tehachapi are "joining the movement" to stop MS. Two local teams participating in the National MS Society's Walk MS at The Park at River Walk in Bakersfield on Saturday, Oct. 25 have organized fundraisers taking place in Tehachapi the next few weeks.
The Tehachapi MS support group team called "Moose on the Loose" will be holding an opportunity drawing for several prizes donated by generous businesses and individuals. Members of the team will be selling tickets (priced at $1 per ticket or $5 for five tickets) starting Monday, Sept. 29, at Albertsons, and continuing through Saturday, Oct. 18 at businesses like K-Mart and Walgreens. For information, email Linda Neptune, support group leader, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that stops people from moving. Jenna Alba, a 30-year-old wife and mother to three children who lives in Tehachapi, knows firsthand what a diagnosis can do to a person.