TehachapiNews.com's free Really Simple Syndication (RSS) headline feeds are an easy way to get our news and information delivered to your computer as soon as it’s published.
RSS is an XML-based format for sharing web content. When there is an update on TehachapiNews.com, it will be added to the feeds automatically and you'll see it without having to revisit the page. The beauty of RSS is the feeds can be narrowly focused, such as only breaking news, only local sports, only editorial columns, etc. Here is a sample of our Latest News feed.
There are a number of ways to access RSS feeds. Some web browsers (like the latest version of Internet Explorer, which has this nifty feature), make it easy to add RSS feeds directly from any web page that features this orange RSS icon:
Or you can use an RSS reader like Bloglines. Any of them will allow you to subscribe to RSS feeds from your favorite websites, enabling you to view dozens or hundreds of headlines at once.
Setting up an account is free and takes a minute or so. Your news reader will feature instructions for subscribing to a feed. Here's a roundup of some of the more popular RSS readers.