You can show your patriotism and pride for America through the city of Tehachapi's Adopt-A-Flag program.
Kern County Supervisors pushed off a decision to give the Kern County Fire Department a $14 million “payday” loan on Tuesday.
District 23 Congressional District candidate Tatiana Matta will speak to the Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club at 6 p.m. May 3 at Big Papa’s Steakhouse in the Banquet Room.
Mary Helen Barro, a candidate for the 23rd Congressional District, will hold an Open Town Hall Meeting for residents of the 23rd Congressional District from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at the Auditorium at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 2216 17th St. in Bakersfield.
On Tuesday the Kern County Board of Supervisors will give the Kern County Fire Department a $14 million dollar payday loan.
By boat or on the float, at the shoreline or on the rocky embankment, fishing was outstanding at Brite Lake on Saturday during the 2018 spring Fishing Derby.
It may have been called Cloudy with a Chance of Lip Sync, but the sun shined bright on upwards of 500 students who performed in Friday night's 34th annual Lip Sync Contest at Tehachapi High School.
Honor, respect and camaraderie were evident as four unanimously selected Tehachapi Police Department employees and volunteers nominated by the department spoke about the recognition they're receiving for their dedication and hard work.
One Tehachapi City councilman's concerns about money granted by the city to the parks district prompted a lengthy and at times heated discussion at the April 16 council meeting.
A business plan for improving existing parks and recreation facilities and building new ones should a bond measure pass will be discussed at least three times.
The city of Tehachapi recognized Tehachapi Community Church with a special certificate of recognition of its 90 years of continuous pastoral service to its parishioners on Sunday.
In what could be called paws for a cause, nearly 100 owners and their canine companions were on hand for Saturday's Bark For Life. In addition to raising funds, the canine walk is meant to raise awareness that cancer is not only a human disease, but also one animals get and oftentimes die fr…
If you happened to see a group of brightly colored mini cars travel through Tehachapi this week with their owners, it's all part of a group of collectors that met in Tehachapi to catch up on news and travel to a few sightseeing spots enjoying their King Midget microcars.
The Tehachapi Police Department on Saturday, April 28 will accept unwanted prescription medications as part of the Drug Enforcement Administration's 15th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Principals, teachers and students in the Tehachapi Unified School District have recently been discussing the pitfalls of cell phone use during school hours due to troubling social media habits, bullying and distractions that could lead to lower educational outcomes.
Hundreds of neighbors, community leaders, friends and well-wishers were on hand this past weekend to help celebrate the upcoming closing of escrow, which will turn over Souza Family Vineyard to new owners Mike Van Atta and his wife, Beth Hamilton.
The Tehachapi Loop Railroad Club Spring Train Show show this past weekend brought together railroad modelers of many gauges, and rail fans of all ages.
The Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District is conducting its annual tour of pumping plants and water importation facilities. An invitation to the public is now offered to see how water — that serves residents, industry and agriculture — is imported into the Tehachapi area. The district wil…
New information on the hospital, the Kern County second district boundary changes and upcoming events for the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District was announced at the Tehachapi Economic Development Council meeting on Wednesday.
Tehachapi's Freedom Plaza and Visitor's Center has picked up another award, this time state level recognition as Small Project of the Year for American Society of Civil Engineers Region 9, which covers California.
Tehachapi Police responding to numerous complaints about illegal activity at a home in the 200 block of Meadowbrook Court served a search warrant and found illegal weapons and drugs.
The Del Taco in Tehachapi reopened Wednesday after the fast-food location on Tucker Road corrected serious health violations and completed a cleaning, according to a Kern County Public Health Services Department spokeswoman.
If you happen to see a huge yellow tent up and are curious about trapeze performances, juggling, clowns and motorcycle rider acts, then Walter Bros. Circus has a show for you. It's in town for five days for Tehachapi families to attend.
Visitors to Tehachapi's only Del Taco will have to buy food elsewhere as the Kern County Public Health Services Department has closed the restaurant due to serious health and food safety violations.
With giggles and screams, baskets flying and buckets dragging the ground, nearly 600 children to the age of 10 years enjoyed the Saturday afternoon, March 31, Easter egg hunt at Meadowbrook Park in Tehachapi.
Kern County Treasurer and Tax Collector Jordan Kaufman reminds the public that the second installment of your Kern County property tax is delinquent if not paid by 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 10. To avoid a 10 percent late penalty and a $10 delinquency fee, property tax payments must be made in …
"Music, Mountains & Memories" is the theme for the 2018 Tehachapi Mountain Festival. Thank you, Rob Saranpa, the winner of this year's Mountain Festival Theme Contest.
MOJAVE — A resident of Golden Hills in Tehachapi, Allen Eugene Lee, 69, has been released on his own recognizance after pleading not guilty to 120 felony counts involving the malicious mistreatment of dogs, puppies, and caged birds after Lee's arraignment at the Kern County Superior Court Mo…
The Community Emergency Response Team Spring Training class was a major success with the highest attendance in quite some time. Tehachapi residents who gave up 20 hours in March graduated on Saturday, March 17, with 75 percent of them joining teams.
A Tehachapi history teacher at Jacobsen Middle School described a moment in his life that he won't forget while attending "The Price Is Right" game show in Los Angeles — he was called to "come on down" and in a matter of minutes he won a series of grand prizes.