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David Butler has been named president of Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley. Butler, who also serves as president of Adventist Health Delano, will split his time between the two locations.

The Tehachapi Unified School District wants to thank its teachers and staff for their dedication to providing Uncompromised Excellence in service of our students. The TUSD teachers and staff remain a positive influence in our schools and the impact they make extends well beyond the walls of …

The city of Tehachapi, Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District and Houchin Community Blood Bank teamed up on 17 blood drives in 2020, collecting 594 units of blood that stayed in Kern County.

The city of Tehachapi's podcast called TehachaPod broke into the top 100 Apple government podcasts for the second time on Feb. 17 with a show featuring the Tehachapi Unified School District superintendent.

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In an effort to support the local economy, the Tehachapi City Council unanimously approved rewarding shoppers with a new incentive program.

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The Tehachapi Police Department arrested five people on suspected misdemeanors and two people on suspected felonies during the week of Feb. 8-14.

The wreckage of a plane reported missing southeast of Tehachapi Saturday was found in mountainous terrain Monday morning along with the body of an unidentified person, the Kern County Sheriff's Office reported.

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With the shuttering of the Mojave Animal Shelter and the Tehachapi Humane Society last year, at last pet owners have good news. The Mountain Dog Club opened its doors, offering everything from grooming to obedience classes to keep pets in harmony with their mommies and daddies.

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If you are a business owner, or a potential business owner, understanding the spending habits of consumers within the city of Tehachapi would be a vital tool in gauging the local market. Recently, the city of Tehachapi has enlisted the help of eImpact by uploading a new Demographics and Econ…

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After 22 years of breathing life back into downtown Tehachapi, Main Street Tehachapi has taken its last breath and is looking for good homes for its annual events.

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Layla, 16, and Milo, 14, Lujan set two records this year. They are the first brother and sister to be nominated for Citizens of the Year, and they are the youngest recipients to ever be bestowed with the honor.

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Required to meet outside or virtually, churches have faced difficulties during the COVID crisis. However, it was during this period that Tehachapi Community Congregational Church (UCC) had an additional challenge.

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With budget estimates trending above projections, the Kern County Board of Supervisors simply filed away a tentative plan to address potential financial shortfalls during a meeting on Tuesday.

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The Tehachapi Police Department arrested 16 people on suspected misdemeanors and five people on suspected felonies during the week of Feb. 1-7.

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Several agenda items were discussed during the Tehachapi City Council’s last meeting held Feb. 1, including an agreement with Zambelli Fireworks Manufacturing Company for a Fourth of July fireworks display planned by the city for 2021.

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Each year on Feb. 18, Americans across the country celebrate the health benefits of drinking wine in an unofficial holiday. National Drink Wine Day is the perfect day to uncork your favorite bottle of wine and enjoy it with your dinner.

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In the days since COVID-19, maintaining good health, but in a safe environment, has become top priority. Understanding that gym services are vital to good health, Sculpt365 Health Clubs continue to remain open 24 hours a day, and have been the only such facilities in Kern County to be allowe…

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Now that health care workers and seniors over the age of 65 are eligible to receive coronavirus vaccinations, many Americans are left scratching their heads as to how to go about getting the vaccine, who should receive one and who should take a pass.

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Houchin Community Blood Bank will work with the city of Tehachapi and the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District on a Tehachapi-wide blood drive from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18.

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In addition to health care workers, individuals age 65 and older are now eligible to receive coronavirus vaccinations. Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley is offering vaccinations to seniors and kicked off a series of COVID-19 vaccination clinics Saturday.

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When she was born, doctors told MaryKate Herrera's mother that she would never walk, run or even speak. That all changed when MaryKate began equine therapy at Rising Star Riders in Tehachapi.

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The Tehachapi Area Association of Realtors believes in its community and local businesses. In an effort to boost restaurants during the pandemic, TAAR will feature a restaurant Bingo card to promote local mom and pop eateries by offering patrons a chance to win an array of food gift certificates.

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As coronavirus continues to spread in this new calendar year, the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District announced business operations will continue; however, adaptations will be made based on positivity rate and adjusted case rate.

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With temperatures in the high 20s Friday morning in Tehachapi, storm clouds were forming.