The American Cancer Society will be holding Bark for Life, a canine event to fight cancer. The relay will begin on Saturday May 3 at Railroad Park in Downtown Tehachapi. Registration is at 9 a.m., with the walk starting at 10 a.m.
More than 60 residents of Golden Hills gathered last week to help guide the development of a conceptual site for Meadowbrook Park, which many agree is in much need of a makeover.
Two local emergency medical professionals were among the 14 honored from Hall Ambulance Service by the California Ambulance Association, along with forty-two other EMS professionals from across the state, as Stars of Life at the state Capitol on April 1.
Chainsaw artist Kent Holmgren has been woodcarving ever since he was a teenager.
Dust, bright lights and tractor noises have recently become a nuisance for Becky Mason, a resident who lives on Clearview Street. Just on the other side of her backyard, a farming operation has been occurring all throughout the week, especially at odd hours during the night.
On Tuesday, April 1, the Kern County Board of Supervisors planned to proclaim April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Kern County.
The AAUW Tehachapi Mountain Branch Scholarship Fund for Women offers a scholarship to one or more female Tehachapi residents who are pursuing a bachelor's degree or a credential. Applicants must be beginning or continuing their studies and must have taken a break between high school and college, or a hiatus from college.
The California City Host Lions Club held the Multiple District 4 Lions Club Zone B Student Speaker contest on March 15.
Registration is now open for Camp Kiya, the traditional family music camp that will take place from July 27 through 31 in Tehachapi Mountain Park. This will be the sixth year for the popular camp, which includes instructors and students from the local area as well as from other parts of California and the rest of the country.
Tehachapi Valley Artists's Association is offering Fine Arts Scholarships to graduating Tehachapi High School seniors. The applicants plan on enrolling in an accredited institution of formal training in the upcoming year, intending to pursue continued training in an art field.
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The Tehachapi News presents the News@Noon for April 1, 2014:
Four Tehachapi High School athletes have been chosen to represent their community at the 13th annual U.S. Army All-Star Bowl at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 4, at the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield.