A showing of Tehachapi residents met Saturday morning in the Tehachapi Kmart parking lot for a chartered bus ride to Bakersfield to participate in the second annual Kern County Women’s March. The worldwide movement is now in its third year.
Members of the public and others who penned an argument against Measure R — the $43 million bond measure that failed in November — addressed the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District at the Jan. 15 board meeting, asking if members of the board would consider changing from an appoin…
Local businesses and large corporations need people to fill their positions and keep up the economy. Ever wonder how many people work in the city of Tehachapi, Cummings Valley, Stallion Springs, Bear Valley, Palmdale, Boron or other outlying areas to provide for their families?
Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley is seeing an increase in patients, offering new workshops and identifying ways to help the community become healthier now that the new hospital is open.
The Tehachapi Park and Ride is officially open and ready for use. Construction of the more than 100 parking spaces is complete, with shelters above benches coming within the next month.
Visitors to Tehachapi may soon have another lodging option — Marriott Towneplace Suites, a new three-story hotel slated to be built on the corner of Magellan Drive between Capital Hills Parkway and Athens Street. It is also very close to the new Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley hospital.
Snow, rain and ice all a part of winter weather here in Tehachapi. Hazards while driving on roadways are present every day, with more resources than ever before available to prevent accidents from occurring.
Multiple collisions and traffic snarls occurred on several Kern highways Monday due to snowy conditions and strong gusts of wind, closing Interstate 5 for hours over the Grapevine. Meanwhile, on the valley floor, winds up to 45 mph made for a blustery and gray day in Bakersfield, intersperse…
Tehachapi music patrons enjoyed an evening of classical music as performed by students from the Tehachapi Junior Orchestra and the more advanced students who comprise the Tehachapi Strings Orchestra. Both orchestras are under the musical directorship of local music promoter and teacher Gayel…
A little more than a year ago, Tehachapi resident Jennie Haberlander opened her mailbox. Among the occasional bill, she found a letter from Vested Interests in K-9s, a nonprofit organization housed in Taunton, Mass., asking for donations to purchase ballistic and stab-proof vests for working…
Three westbound lanes at the intersection of Tehachapi Boulevard and Tucker Road will be reduced to one lane starting Monday, Jan. 14, as utility work will begin to install a water main for Walmart.
For his Eagle Scout project, Hunter R. Savage will be creating Child Identity Cards for children age 3 to 12 on Saturday, Jan. 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 600 Anita Drive.
The city of Tehachapi is trying to figure out if Councilman Kenneth R. Hetge should recuse himself on votes regarding Tehachapi Municipal Airport because he owns a business there.
More people than ever before are walking the Pacific Crest Trail in the eastern part of Kern County, and more people than ever before are running into trouble.
New technology making its way across the country to help provide faster networks for cell phone users and telecommunications may be allowed in some areas of Tehachapi in the near future, but not without zoning limits.
The Red Apple Pavilion, a new shopping center across from Walmart, will move forward after the Tehachapi City Council on Monday night approved the project.
Residents of Bakersfield, Tehachapi and beyond could soon be receiving marijuana deliveries from retailers in California City.
Red Apple Pavilion, a potential new development across from Walmart, could bring new eateries, retail establishments and other businesses in the near future.
New residents and natives seeking rental housing encounter limited inventory, older buildings, and waiting lists in the city of Tehachapi whether they are looking for an apartment, townhouse or single-family residence.
If you were to ask its chief operating officer, Terra-Gen Operating Company is a large-scale utility developer, owner and operator of renewable power generation facilities.
In what is being referred to as how the Grinch stole Christmas, Tehachapi experienced a heavy loss after a cargo trailer containing the annual GranFondo's equipment and supplies was stolen from a storage yard at Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District.
The holidays are a time for sharing food and conversation, but that’s not all that people are sharing. The holidays also mark a period when people are more likely to get sick.
Property owners report mostly steady progress on a number of recently purchased downtown buildings in various stages of remodeling and renovation before becoming the homes of new and expanding businesses.
Community donations in small and grand forms — in total a million dollars — have gone to new surgical equipment, art and other supplies at the newly opened Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley hospital this year.
Now that Christmas is over, we can take down those decorations and take back those ugly sweaters; then, we can take a look at what our aspirations will be for 2019.
Waste Management reminds residents that collection services will be delayed one day because of the Christmas and New Year's Day holidays.
The Tehachapi City Council approved a preapplication request to the FAA for more than $4.9 million in grant funds during its Dec. 17 meeting, but not before one of the councilmen was advised not to vote on the matter.
Business and hangar users at the Tehachapi Municipal Airport are hoping construction of a new proposed taxiway will not impact access to the airport’s only runway, or financially limit their business operations if the project is approved in the future.
Local K-12 schools in the Tehachapi Unified School District recently received a generous donation of 370 books from the 412th Test Wing Library at Edwards Air Force Base. The books, which were dropped off at Tehachapi High School, will be distributed throughout the schools in January.
Both new and familiar faces raised their right hand and swore to uphold the duties of their City Council and treasurer positions at Monday night's Tehachapi City Council meeting.
With so many wonderful entries, it's never easy to judge the top three winners in Tehachapi News' annual outdoor Christmas light contest. This year, a degree of difficulty was added by the pesky fog that filled the night skies of Tehachapi, Stallion Springs and Bear Valley Springs on Dec. 11…
A recount of ballots cast for Tehachapi City Council races in Districts 1 and 5 and the at-large seat was halted Monday, and the initial outcome stands.