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The 12th annual Boy Scouts of America-sponsored Flag Retirement Ceremony was conducted at Coy Burnett Field in Tehachapi Friday. Coinciding with the nation's Flag Day, this year's ceremony also included a tribute to the Normandy landings in France that occurred 75 years ago in 1944.

The city is once again offering Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at The Coffee Mill on Thursday, June 20.

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Residents of Stallion Springs may soon see increases for sewer rates over the next five years to fix aging infrastructure, meet state requirements and maintain existing facilities. The Stallion Springs Community Services District released a 2019 Sewer Rate Study that outlines why it sees the…

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The Tehachapi Police Department arrested 10 people on suspected misdemeanors and 11 people on suspected felonies during the week of June 3-9.

City of Tehachapi leaders proudly passed a five-year budget that saw a steady increase in four tax revenues categories, a potential increase in operation revenue for some enterprise funds, support for economic development growth, a pay raise for city employees, and possible funding for capit…

Local mountain lion sightings are nothing new to the Tehachapi community — but it’s another story when a lion and her kittens are not far away from your residence and you see them during the day.

The Tehachapi Police Department arrested seven people on suspected misdemeanors and six people on suspected felonies during the week of May 27-June 2.

The Harrell-Fritts family, owner of Tehachapi News, The Bakersfield Californian and other print and digital products, has sold the company to Sound News Media.

Cerro Coso Community College is offering community members the chance to further their career goals with medical and business classes taught this year.

Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Bakersfield, met Saturday with seven high school students, including one from Tehachapi, who have accepted appointments to United States Service Academies.

The Tehachapi Police Department arrested seven people on suspected misdemeanors and six people on suspected felonies during the week of May 20-26.

Tehachapi residents and visitors showed their respect for the military's fallen by attending this year's Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Day Ceremony.

The Kern County treasurer and tax collector has issued delinquency notices to property owners who have not paid their taxes, according to a news release.

The Western Swing Out dancers held their third annual dance weekend in Tehachapi. The Memorial Day weekend saw 300 dancers, many wearing stylish period clothing, most of which covers a span from the the early '20s to the late '40s. In addition to lots of dancing, the event included a fashion…

The Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District is trying a different approach — applying for grant money to improve three district parks. The funds will come from the California Proposition 68 grant and were discussed at the Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce luncheon on May 21.

The Kern County Fire Department is sending out friendly reminders to Greater Tehachapi property owners to clear any vegetation, brush or other fire hazards and comply with the Fire Hazard Reduction Program by June 1.

New enhanced crosswalks and sidewalks are coming soon to familiar streets in city neighborhoods. The Tehachapi City Council unanimously approved the projects at its regular May 20 meeting.

Lamb kabob, tandoori chicken and homemade breads. Sound familiar? Prime Bar & Grill, a new Indian and American cuisine restaurant on the outskirts of city limits, may be coming soon — if a liquor license and permitting for a remodel is approved and finished.