The sordid story of Sabrina Limon and Jonathan Hearn gripped Kern County last year, each day bringing forth compelling details of how their relationship evolved from an affair to a plot to kill her husband.
Growing bell peppers and tomatoes on the vine isn’t just a job for SunSelect Produce, Inc. — it’s their specialty and involves a highly technical and tracked process.
Administrators, teachers and parents voiced their opinion on the skills, knowledge and personal qualities they would like to see in the next superintendent for the Tehachapi Unified School District during a public workshop Nov. 14 at Jacobsen Middle School.
Community members' top choices for use of the Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District's old hospital location include a long-term senior care facility, holistic center or childcare center.
Jacobsen Middle School hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday as construction is slated to begin on its sixth-grade classroom building project.
The Guild of Tehachapi Hospital has provided financial support for equipment to be used in surgeries at Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley.
Waste Management’s residential trash and recycling and commercial pick-up schedule will be delayed by one day beginning on Thursday, Nov. 22, and through the remainder of the week in observance of Thanksgiving.
New farmhouse-style cottages, family housing, town houses and apartments may soon come to Tehachapi. The Sage Ranch plan — now under discussion with the city — could bring a new style of housing that caters to a variety of buyers and lifestyles.
More than 100 community members, staff and leaders were smiling and excited Tuesday as the ribbon was cut on the new Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley hospital. Many have waited for years for this moment.
Tehachapi paid tribute to the brave men and women who sacrificed so much to preserve the nation's freedom during the annual Veterans Day celebration held Nov. 12 at Philip Marx Central Park.
Three new names were added to the Bear Valley Springs Veterans Memorial on Sunday, Veterans Day. Recently deceased veterans and Bear Valley Springs residents Milton Greene, Joseph E. Wells and Mike Bondy were honored for their service to our country.
A number of deployed military personnel will receive specially prepared care packages made up by members of the Tehachapi Community Congregational Church. The program is a way for church members to say thank you to men and women actively deployed around the world on this Veterans Day.
A fire ignited in the light grass at the dead-end of High Gun Road in Stallion Springs near Tehachapi at around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, but the Kern County Fire Department was able to gain control of the blaze and stop its progression within minutes, holding it to 20 acres.
A majority of voters within the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District voted against the $43 million bond measure, causing it to fail. The focus of Measure R was to build a new recreation and community center — with activities and a pool, senior center, community room and other amen…
Two new people are poised to join the Tehachapi City Council, and with that change there could be some new decisions on topics ranging from infrastructure to use of funds and more.
The opening of the new Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley hospital, new housing and commercial development, and grant funding were all topics of discussion at the Greater Tehachapi Economic Development Council meeting Nov. 7.
Veterans from all branches of service were greeted to a standing ovation as the honored guests of Tehachapi High School's 11th Annual Veterans Day Assembly held Friday in the school's gymnasium.
Two new people will be joining the Tehachapi City Council, if results out Wednesday morning from the Kern County Elections Office hold with all precincts reporting.
Incumbent Zack Scrivner of Tehachapi will keep his 2nd district seat on the Kern County Board of Supervisors. He was far ahead of his challengers both on election night and continued to hold his lead in numbers released by the Kern County Elections Office Sunday night.
It looks like the Tehachapi Unified School District board will have some new faces, following updated election results that came out early Wednesday morning.
The Tehachapi Police Department arrested 11 people on suspected misdemeanors and one person on a suspected felony during the week of Oct. 28-Nov. 4.
In the days and weeks following the slaying of Cheyenne Watkins in Tehachapi, investigators received numerous tips identifying the same person as her likely killer, recently redacted court documents say.
Layla and Milo Lujan are already doing incredible things with their young lives at the tender ages of 14 and 11, respectively. As children whose parents own and operate their own restaurant, the iconic Red House BBQ, they see first hand how much food goes uneaten and ultimately thrown out.
Tehachapi students can experience breathtaking mountain scenery in the Sierra Nevada mountains and develop leadership and confidence skills by joining One Spade Youth Packers.
Over the past 30 years, Tehachapi residents have waited for a new, state-of-the art hospital. They've waited as there was a lawsuit, bond measures, delays and construction repairs.
The Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce was honored to host a Meet & Greet and federal government update with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Oct. 31.
Children of all ages flocked to downtown Tehachapi for Main Street's annual Trunk or Treat and Halloween Carnival held at Centennial Plaza.
The Kern County Sheriff's Office arrested a man and woman Tuesday after receiving reports that they were knocking on doors in Golden Hills, asking residents for items or saying they were homeless.
State inspectors on Tuesday gave Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley hospital its license to operate. The 79,000-square-foot facility is expected to open to patients next week.
Tehachapi Police collected about 217 pounds of unwanted or unused prescription drugs and medications during the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Oct. 27.
Little hands and feet moved excitedly as students sang and clapped in anticipation Monday as riders from BMX Bike Show jumped their bikes over teachers and flipped in the air over ramps.
Eager and joyful expressions were on the faces of more than a thousand Tehachapi residents who took tours Sunday afternoon of the soon-to-open, new Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley hospital.