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  • Wednesday, Jan 22 2014 06:00 AM

    Guest Commentary: Crime is down in Tehachapi, let's keep it that way!

    As the newly hired Crime Prevention Officer for the Tehachapi Police Department, I'd like to introduce myself to the community. My name is Teri Cryer and I am your community resource for education on crime prevention, neighborhood watch programs, community outreach programs and much more. I will be writing a monthly article on relevant crime prevention topics that affect our city.

  • Wednesday, Jan 22 2014 06:00 AM

    Trainer Talk: Warmbloods, grade, geldings & premarin mares

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    I can still remember a time when the now ubiquitious Warmbloods were a rarity on the "A" hunter jumper circuit. They were like Faberge Eggs; rare beautiful unknown European treasures. Creatures who were so unlike the Thoroughbreds that most of us were used to in so many ways.

  • Wednesday, Jan 22 2014 06:00 AM

    Guest Commentary: Polio, the fight continues


    Polio, or poliomyelitis, is an infectious viral disease that can strike at any age and affects a person's nervous system. In the late 1940s to the early 1950s, polio crippled an average of more than 35,000 people in the United States each year; it was one of the most feared diseases of the twentieth century.

  • Wednesday, Jan 22 2014 06:00 AM

    Tech Wire: How to securely erase your data


    When you don't want a file or folder any longer on your computer or smart device, you highlight it and hit "Delete." You are careful, so you also erase the Recycle Bin (or equivalent). After that, it's gone forever... right?

  • Wednesday, Jan 15 2014 06:00 AM

    Guest Commentary: Mayor addresses Walmart traffic concerns

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    In her Jan. 8 column, "About Traffic and Walmart", Tehachapi News Editor Claudia Elliott takes the city to task as it relates to traffic issues associated with the building of the proposed Walmart store on Tucker Road. I share her concerns and I will try to shed some light on how our city plans for future traffic needs and how it develops solutions to mitigate traffic related challenges.

  • Wednesday, Jan 15 2014 06:00 AM

    Guest Commentary: Hospital Guild shares annual report with community

    I would like to thank the Guild of Tehachapi Hospital for allowing me to be your president these past two years. I would like to thank all of you for the many hours you volunteered, whether it was at the hospital , blood pressure clinic or thrift shop. Last year, 2013, was an exceptional year as our sales greatly exceeded last year.

  • Wednesday, Jan 08 2014 06:00 AM

    Now & Then: About traffic and Walmart

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    Sometime soon, the Walmart project will once again be before the City Council.

  • Wednesday, Jan 08 2014 06:00 AM

    Trainer Talk: Save Central Park Carriages

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    Since my first website went live about 5 years ago, people have contacted me on and off with various equine problems, questions and occassionally legislative issues. Since my column and Twitter feed started in August-September of this year the amount of people contacting me about ALL things equine has grown exponentially. So far I've been able to help out everyone who's called or emailed. Until now.

  • Wednesday, Jan 08 2014 06:00 AM

    Tech Wire: Tips to Protect Your Identity Online


    Over the Holiday season, specifically between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15, Target became the victim of a massive data breach in which over 40 million shoppers had their credit cards and encrypted PINs stolen. This information can be used to create replica credit cards or sold as a part of the ongoing threat of identity theft.

  • Wednesday, Jan 08 2014 06:00 AM

    A Memo from the City Manager: Happy New Year from the City of Tehachapi

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    Happy New Year! 2013 was another fantastic year for the city of Tehachapi and with your help we expect an even brighter 2014.

  • Wednesday, Jan 01 2014 06:00 AM

    Tech Wire: Apps for your New Year's resolutions


    The New Year is almost upon us! While many may be making resolutions to stay in shape, get more sleep or spend less money, most resolutions don't last all that long. This isn't intended as discouraging, but just as a statistic. Statistics show that, at the absolute longest, New Year resolutions don't last any longer than eight weeks, which is pushing it. People often don't follow their resolutions past the first 10 days, in most cases.

  • Wednesday, Dec 25 2013 06:00 AM

    Guest Commentary: Winding down, looking ahead, giving thanks


    As we wind down the old year and prepare for the new one, we reach a time of introspection and examination. At least if we are post-middle aged, anyway. Young people don't feel the need to do this so much, they just look ahead to the promise of a brighter future. And there is nothing wrong with that, they have youth on their side that gives them license.

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