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Now that Kern County has allowed museums to open (with limitations), the Tehachapi Railroad Depot Museum is opening its doors to the public starting Saturday, Nov. 7. For the time being, the museum will operate two days a week: Saturday and Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Of course, condition…

Cerro Coso Community College has announced its plans to remain primarily remote during the spring 2021 semester, with continued emphasis on health and safety to protect students, faculty and staff.

Inspired by the first responders who raced into the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, Kercie Jung wanted to do something to show her support for the brave men and women who put their lives on the line every day.

Men, women and children once lived in despair in a tuberculous sanitarium Kern County built in 1929 in a mountain clearing in Keene, west of Tehachapi. The same sanitarium, in the 1970s, was transformed into a center of hope for the nation’s struggling farm workers. Today, it stands as an in…

Tehachapi offers a wide variety of independently owned restaurants ranging in atmosphere from casual to fine dining. Not to the exclusion of popular national brands, the area hosts unique restaurants known around the country, while other spots remain local secrets. Tehachapi is also home to …