Looking for another local farm option that will sell organic food and is located really close to the city of Tehachapi? Brite Creek Farms is breaking ground and is slated to sell organic produce to the public in August.
A memorial service in honor of Tehachapi Mayor Ed Grimes, who died Monday, has been scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 29, at the Tehachapi High School gym. A viewing will take place at 4 p.m. Monday, May 28, at Wood Family Funeral Service. Both services will be open to the public.
Following the death of three-time Tehachapi Mayor Ed Grimes on Monday, social media was flooded with posts and comments remembering this leader and servant of the community.
Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley has named Misty Cantrell, a clinician and supervisor at the hospital, as its new patient care executive, according to an Adventist Health news release.
The Farmworker Institute of Education & Leadership Development's (Escuela Popular Instituto Campesino) charter high school for adults has received accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, according to a news release from the school.
Before the wildfire season hits, the Kern Chapter of the American Red Cross is holding a sheltering fundamentals class to teach new and current volunteers how to help in the event of a disaster.
Take a morning of perfect weather, add parents and grandparents, present a freshly stocked lake, call it a Kids Fishing Derby and you get three hours of unmatched family excitement and bonding time.
Harvey L. Hall, the longest-serving former mayor of Bakersfield, founder of Hall Ambulance Service, Inc. and community champion, died Saturday. He was 77.
Local law enforcement honored their own Thursday night at the 2nd annual Tehachapi Police Foundation Awards Ceremony and Banquet. Held in the beautiful setting of the Rose Garden Estate, the affair featured a catered dinner, dessert and and donated raffle prizes by local metal artist Eric Scarlett.
More than 40 friends, family and staff members from Tehachapi High School honored biology teacher James Henderson for his more than 30 years of service to the Tehachapi Unified School District with a flag raising ceremony Friday afternoon.
Does the public really want a new recreation facility? How much will it cost? What taxes will be considered? The results of a recent survey shed light on the current feelings of the community and the chances the district will have in taking a $43 bond measure to voters in November.
Every person goes through trials in life, be it death, loss of a job or other tough events. To help raise awareness of taking care of mental health and draw attention to the healing process, many artists' work is currently on display in an art show hosted by College Community Services.
If you see some tall statues as you're traveling to or from Tehachapi, you might be tempted to stop and pick up a chainsaw art piece.
Seventeen local nonprofits will receive grants totaling $236,417.35 to fund a variety of projects around Kern County, The Virginia and Alfred Harrell Foundation announced Monday.
Ever see a beehive? A group of these busy insects have selected a tree in the city and set to the task of creating a fairly large home, while waiting to be removed by city of Tehachapi workers.
Officers of the Tehachapi Police Department met with the public May 10 at McDonald's for Coffee with a Cop, and informal chance to meet with officers.
A movie with a heart and a message, filmed with limited funds and a cadre of friends and talented filmmakers, “Warfighter" is written, produced, directed and stared in by seasoned filmmaker Jerry G. Angelo.
Many Pacific Crest Trail hikers are starting to make their way to Tehachapi to rest and refuel before going on the more than 2,000-mile journey between the Mexican and Canadian boarders.
Staff from the office of Assemblyman Vince Fong, R-Kern County, will hold an office hour in Tehachapi on May 15 for constituents to talk about community issues, state legislation and working with state agencies for services.
After more than a three-hour meeting, Tehachapi Unified School District board members appointed an interim superintendent from within the district, while also agreeing to search for a permanent superintendent in the future. They also selected a search firm to help find a permanent superintendent.
Tehachapi Police provided identity theft awareness training to Coldwell Banker Best Realty on May 9 as part of its Business Watch efforts, according to a TPD news release.
People hovered over strawberries, looked at items from different vendors and enjoyed a Thursday stroll through the first day of this year's farmer's market in downtown Tehachapi.
A new public parking area, the Park and Ride Transit Center, is moving toward construction phases, while the city is also preparing for summer festivities. These and other points of interest were discussed at the May 7 City Council meeting.
The Tehachapi Police Department arrested four people on suspected misdemeanors and three people on suspected felonies during the week of April 30-May 6.
An evening in support of Cynthia Zimmer's bid for Kern County district attorney will be held May 9 at Dorner Family Vineyards, 18274 Old Ranch Road.
An afternoon with Haydn, Bruch, Bailey and Ludwig. It's not a new Tehachapi law firm, but rather another stellar performance by the Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra on Sunday.
Tehachapi Mountain Vineyard Church held its 5th annual Single Parent Fair Sunday as a way to acknowledge and help those raising children in a one-parent, one-income household.
With the much-anticipated opening of the new Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley medical center later this year, it’s time to put the “icing on the cake,” so to speak. In this case, that frosting is local art, such as photographs, paintings and sculptures.
The Bakersfield National Cemetery and the Bakersfield National Cemetery Support Committee will hold a Memorial Day weekend tribute on Saturday, May 26.
The Department of Veteran Affairs and Major Jason E. George VFW Post 12114 in Tehachapi have added a new feature for bimonthly Veterans Counseling in Tehachapi.
Tehachapi Police took in nearly 282 pounds of unwanted or unused prescription medications April 28 during the biannual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
The Kiwanis Club of Tehachapi, in conjunction with the nation's National Day of Prayer activities, held is 32nd annual Prayer Breakfast in Tehachapi on Thursday morning.
A new pool? A community room with a kitchen? A wedding and event reception area? Dance and spinning studios? These were some questions at Thursday night's Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District public meeting, one of four that will be held through the summer to define the priorities…
The Tehachapi Unified School District board discussed a path to hiring a new superintendent at its May 1 meeting, but made no decisions beyond agreeing to take up the matter again May 8 in the hopes of voting then to post the position.
MOJAVE— Police reports and other court-issued documents show the extent of the mistreatment of more than 140 animals confiscated from the residence of Allen Eugene Lee, 69, on March 27.
PUBLIC MEETING—Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District is hosting a meeting to gain input on ideas for a new Aquatics, Community and Conference Center.
Students, teachers and parents voiced their concerns at a recent Tehachapi Unified School District board meeting about Home Hospital services suddenly being stopped for at least three students. They also spoke in support of a teacher who has provided those services to them for more than a fe…