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As preparations continue for the relocation of the Tehachapi Police Department, city officials have begun contemplating how to use the station on Robinson Street that is expected to be vacant in the spring.
Assemblywoman Shannon Grove speaks to the attendees at the Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce Networking Luncheon at Don Juan's on South Street.
Sandy Janzen, Bear Valley Springs assistant general manager, center, in purple, is flanked by some of her co-workers at the CSD during a luncheon celebrating her ight years of service with the district.
A handful of Golden Hills residents gathered at a public meeting held on Dec. 2 at the Golden Hills Community Services District office to discuss what is to come next in finding a solution for the Golden Hills wastewater treatment plant, which is currently being operated by Clifford Bressler, as a Receiver appointed by Kern County Superior Court.
Tehachapi's public schools will open two hours later than usual this morning, Wednesday, Dec. 11, due to icy roads.
Three Tehachapi skateboarders, who believed they were helping by removing snow from Ollie Mountain Skate Park, were arrested for trespassing on Dec. 10. Scott Camp/Tehachapi News Three Tehachapi skateboarders believed they were helping when they apparently jumped the fence at Ollie Mountain Skate Park and took it upon themselves to begin shoveling ... (more)
The latest news - Tehachapi continues to recover from the weekend's snowstorm. Roads are still very slick, as snow melts during the day and then refreezes at night.
The five members of the Planning Commission will hear arguments concerning the proposed Walmart project and the revised Environmental Impact Report on Monday, Dec. 9. Pictured is the commission at its July 8 meeting.
Roads are still icy following Saturday's snowstorm and Tehachapi's public schools will be closed on Monday, Dec. 9. Continued below-freezing temperatures have kept the snow from melting as quickly as usual and Highway 58 was closed intermittently since mid-morning Saturday, although it was apparently open at the time of this posting.
A winter storm was expected to bring significant snow to Riverside County's mountains starting Saturday, and already has closed freeway links to Northern California.
Tehachapi Boulevard was coated in a layer of white around 8 a.m. Saturday. Snow plows were busy spreading snow melt around town.
A winter storm that brought snow and icy conditions has forced the closure of the several Los Angeles area roads, including the 5 Freeway through the Grapevine, leaving travelers scrambling to find alternate routes.
California Highway Patrol has closed Highway 58 between Tower Line Road in Bakersfield and the Cameron Road area due to winter weather conditions Saturday.