The man who died Sunday night when the Cessna 152 he was piloting crashed in the Capital Hills area of Tehachapi had rented the plane in Lancaster, a National Transportation Safety Board investigator said Monday.
Local residents and business owners had the opportunity to share their thoughts with city officials during the Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager event Nov. 16 at the The Coffee Mill.
One person was killed Sunday night when an aircraft went down in the Capital Hills area of Tehachapi, the Kern County Fire Department confirmed.
Sandy Chavez, longtime Salvation Army coordinator for Tehachapi, finds the winter holidays especially rewarding. Holiday food distribution, coat drives and bell ringing all make the holiday months special.
The Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce hosted Coffee & Conversation With Your Representatives on Nov. 9, giving residents a chance to pose questions and get hep with state and federal agencies.
Waste Management’s residential trash and recycling and commercial pick-up schedule will be delayed by one day beginning on Thursday, Nov. 23, and through the remainder of the week in observance of Thanksgiving. All local Waste Management operations will be closed on that day for the holiday,…
Jonathan Hearn, the ex-firefighter who admitted to conspiring with Sabrina Limon in the death of her husband, was sentenced Thursday for gunning the other man down at his workplace in Tehachapi.
Tehachapi's ambassadors of goodwill and information were honored Wednesday night for the volunteer hours they put in at the Tehachapi Visitor Center.
As the massive blaze surged into Santa Rosa, consuming virtually every structure in its path, authorities scrambled to get firefighting resources into place.
A Tehachapi man charged with murder in the death of his mother made his first court appearance Tuesday while wearing paper clothing, an indication he's on suicide watch.
The sentencing hearing for Jonathan Hearn, the former Redlands firefighter who admitted gunning down the husband of his lover, Sabrina Limon, has been moved to Thursday, a day ahead of the date previously scheduled.
Members of the community took time to honor the men and women who serve our country during the annual Veterans Day ceremony held at Philip Marx Central Park. The ceremony was held under the sponsorship of the American Legion Post 221 in Tehachapi, and included citizens and fellow veterans of…
The Central California Animal Disaster Team in Tehachapi is offering two free workshops to people interested in joining the animal response team in the Central Valley.
Water rates may soon be going up for Golden Hills Community Services District due to declining water use, funds needed for capital improvements, the need to pay more potential staff and other concerns.
The Tehachapi branch of the Kern County library has postponed the opening for its new location to Dec. 4. The grand opening and tour planned for Nov. 13 is canceled, and is planned to be held next month.
Standing ovations, welcoming speeches, patriotic music and decorations in red, white and blue were prominent at the Veterans Assembly at Tehachapi High School gym on Nov. 9. More than 50 veterans from all branches of service were honored individually as the crowd cheered.
Since its inception in 2012, Honor Flight Kern County has far exceeded any original expectations in its mission to send World War II veterans to Washington, D.C., to see the nation's war memorials.
Local firefighters once again stood on main city street corners on Nov. 9 holding Make-A-Wish signs, waving to passing vehicles and collecting donations in their yellow helmets.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District (TVRPD) is getting the holiday spirit rolling with its annual 5k run.
New plans for economic growth and new programs for the community are in the works for the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Parks District.
For more than a year, the hollow shell of a once-thriving Anglican church has sat empty and filled only with cobwebs and mouse droppings. The cheerful voices of the congregation can no longer be heard at 1200 S. Curry St. after the St. Jude's parish was forced to move out of the building it …
Local firefighters will collect donations to help grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions Thursday, Nov.9, at the intersection of Valley Boulevard and Tucker Road. The firefighters will hold out their helmets from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce is hosting Coffee & Conversation With Your Representatives from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 9.
The California Highway Patrol Mojave Area is looking for applicants for its Explorer program, which allows young men and women ages 15 to 21 to learn about the department's operations.
Residents dropped off 160.3 pounds of unwanted or unused prescription drugs and medications during the Tehachapi Police Department's Take-Back Day on Oct. 28, the department reported.
Residents in Tehachapi who own animals may have an organization to turn to in order to find or retrieve their pets in the event of a natural disaster —especially when it is unsafe for owners to return to their homes.
Following their school tradition of honoring Veterans Day, Cummings Valley Elementary School held a morning assembly and flag raising ceremony Friday.
The scheduled sentencing of Sabrina Limon, convicted of murder in her husband's 2014 killing in Tehachapi, was postponed more than three months Friday after she replaced her attorney to prepare a motion for a new trial.
Though the opening date for the new Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley hospital has been postponed again, there are positive developments to report.
When are the new library and the new hospital opening? How is the city growing? These questions, along with other business updates were discussed on Nov. 1 at the Greater Tehachapi Economic Development Council meeting held at the Tehachapi Police Department.
Tehachapi saw more than its fair share of spooky goodness Saturday as numerous pre-Halloween events were held throughout the day.
A skeletal bride sits next to a grave, still dressed in her wedding gown. Perhaps she waits for the man she longs to return to her, but her wait has become eternal as C. North was killed in a gunfight in 1877.
The Cheers to Charity Homebrew Edition kicked off Saturday at Central Park, where mountain bike riders and the public came to listen to rock-and-roll music, taste German food and sample homemade beers and wine.