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Tehachapi’s oldest eatery, Kelcy’s Restaurant, has come up with an innovative idea to serve its patrons: Memory Mondays. History buffs and the general public are invited to visit the restaurant on Mondays, share their favorite Kelcy's story and receive a free drink and dessert with their pur…

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The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has announced the secure Level I facilities at the California Correctional Institution in Tehachapi and Correctional Training Facility in Soledad will close by June 30 of next year due to population reduction.

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The pandemic may have put a damper on indoor dining, but the Tehachapi Area Association of Realtors found a way to breathe $10,000 back into the local economy by playing restaurant bingo.

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Retired journalist and wildlife videographer Peter DeArmond will give a special presentation on the magnificent elk that roam the Tehachapi Mountains from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at the Bear Valley Springs Equestrian Center meeting room.

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The Tehachapi Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will provide the public the opportunity to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft by hosting Drug Take Back Day Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Students in the 23rd Congressional District who are interested in attending one of the U.S. Service Academies can watch a set of videos on Rep. Kevin McCarthy's website for more information.

After new reported cases of coronavirus fell significantly, Kern County qualified to enter the orange tier of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy effective Wednesday.

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The 500 block of Maple Street was filled with American flags, the flashing lights of trucks from the 5150 Dieselz Club and the roar of about two dozen motorcycles Wednesday as family, friends, church members, well-wishers and fellow veterans surprised Dave Rheinhart in a drive-by, caravan pa…

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The city of Tehachapi on Thursday launched the Text My Gov application for easier general communications by the public to the city for non-emergencies.

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Easter joy made its way to Bear Valley Springs on Friday and Saturday, first with an opportunity for children to dye Easter eggs, and then for them to go on an egg hunt, complete with prizes.

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A Kern County Superior Court jury convicted a Rosamond man March 26 of multiple charges including attempted murder of a police officer in an incident in which the man was found to have fired 45 shots over the course of several hours.

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The Tehachapi Unified School District wants to thank as well as recognize its teachers and staff for their dedication to providing Uncompromised Excellence in service to our students. Their dedication to students is at the heart of TUSD and the impact they make extends well beyond the walls …

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Tehachapi Police received a report of a grand theft involving the fraudulent use of credit cards to purchase several thousand dollars of electrical tools used for high-voltage line repair and clothing from a company in Atascadero. These items were shipped to a residence in the city of Tehachapi.

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“It sounded like a bomb went off. I didn’t know what happened,” Anna Leyva, 41, said of the March 27 crash that resulted in an SUV crashing inside the bedroom of her apartment in the 21000 block of Golden Hills Boulevard.

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Closed for nearly a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Friends of the Tehachapi Depot, along with its uniformed docents, will offer free guided tours explaining Tehachapi’s place in local railroad history. Each visitor will be warmly greeted while maintaining social distancing protocols. Reo…

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Like many entertainment venues and events, the Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum was forced to close its doors during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel.

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Skateboarders of Tehachapi have much to celebrate as a conceptual drawing has been drafted and funding is well underway for a new skate park to replace Ollie Mountain Skatepark, which was torn down last year due to safety reasons.

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The Tehachapi Small Business Loyalty Program was so successful, the city reports running out of gift cards before the campaign was scheduled to end.