A domestic dispute led Tehachapi police officers to arrest two on suspicion of counterfeit forgery on Nov. 12, according to a Tehachapi Police Department News release.
After nearly three months, Kern County Sheriff homicide detectives have exhausted all leads in the investigation of a BNSF worker killed on Aug. 17.
Chance of virus locally considered slim
With concerns about the ebola virus popping up across the country, Tehachapi Hospital has developed procedures in case of the slim chance that someone shows up with signs of the deadly virus.
Local men and women who have served our great nation in the armed forces were honored at the 7th annual Veteran's Day Assembly held at Tehachapi High School on Nov. 7. Close to 50 veterans and enlisted men and women from all branches of the military were ushered to their seats as students, faculty and attending members of the community paid tribute with a standing ovation.
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The Tehachapi News presents the News@Noon for Nov. 12, 2014:
A vicious dog attack on Oct. 25 left one family without two dogs in a Golden Hills neighborhood.
Some election results remained close in unofficial results from the Nov. 4 election. The Kern County elections office is still counting vote-by-mail ballots coming in from the Tehachapi area and expects to issue updated results later this week.
A temporary Kern County fire station at the Golden Hills Community Services District on Reeves Street will remain open past Dec. 31, when the fire station was originally scheduled to close until next fire season.
Last week, I had the opportunity to see a new movie. I sat in the dark, with a drink and a bucket of popcorn, and enjoyed the fruits of labor performed by hundreds of people who either wrote, produced, directed, designed, built, supported, or marketed the movie.
Well, the election is over, but the counting's not done.
Voters on Nov. 4 rejected Measure F, the proposed temporary sales tax increase in the City of Tehachapi.
Bear Valley Police began searching for a man who has been missing since Monday, Nov. 10