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Parents are struggling to keep their families safe and healthy in the fight against “the invisible enemy,” and that includes keeping children home from school. So what can we do to keep our children fed, when our grocery bill cannot stretch any further?

It’s been requested recently that I recall some of my greatest front-row-seat sports memories in a project to aid some of my former colleagues in the sports world. Without games to broadcast or new sports content to report about, times are thin. More to come on this project once it becomes o…

Maybe you’ve heard it this past week as times grow increasingly uncertain. Maybe someone close to you has heard it as well as our response to novel coronavirus ramps up. Not everybody can hear it; matter of fact, a very select audience that are members of the fraternity of the Tehachapi Warr…

Twenty-seven students from Tehachapi Mountain Bike team competed in a cross-country mountain bike race the weekend of March 7 and 8. Tehachapi brought home a fifth and second place finish on top of many top finishers.

Social distancing needs during the COVID-19 pandemic have everyone making significant adjustments to daily life, including schools, students and parents. While the virtual classroom is not new, few traditional K-12 schools have entered that realm on a large-scale basis.

The Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum remains closed due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus and in compliance with state and city guidelines.  As conditions develop, we are reassessing our decision to remain closed, but our focus and commitment is to the safety and welfare of our volunte…

Tehachapi Mountain Democratic Club continues to be active even at this time of social distancing. Club President Charles White is conducting virtual meetings online. The Board of Directors met recently using Zoom, a remote conferencing service. The board planned and held a general membership…

The Greater Tehachapi area and the city of Tehachapi together encompass more than 275 square miles with a population of more than 36,880 people and includes a number of unincorporated communities and areas within the 93561 ZIP code, according to the 2010 census.