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In response to what it sees as a leading cause of fatal traffic accidents, the California Highway Patrol will be holding a public course on Wednesday, July 16 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Tehachapi Police Department, 220 West "C" St. Start Smart is a drive safety education program aimed at newly licensed and future teenage drivers between 15 and 19 ... (more)
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A traffic accident in Arvin left one Tehachapi man dead on Tuesday, July 8, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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As Bear Valley continues to seek alternatives to combat the pine bark beetle problem in its forested areas, its board of directors on June 25 held a forum to address the problem.
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After presiding over the Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District for six months, one chief executive officer is heading on to another challenge while a new one takes the reigns locally.
Revitalizing Old Towne Tehachapi takes one step further from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on July 9 when the county unveils its "Visioning" plan for the area.
Tehachapi Police Explorers participate in a felony traffic stop exercise during the Kern County Memorial Weekend Explorer Competition on Knob Hill Road outside of Tehachapi city limits.
Tehachapi city staff presented what it called a balanced budget for the upcoming fiscal year, all part of its five-year budget plan during a special City Council meeting on June 23. The budget presented to the council showed a general fund revenue of $6.23 million and $6.22 general spending plan.
A week of plane rides, thorough learning of the principles of aeronautics, hands-on flight simulations, safety drills and tours of leading aerospace companies greeted two Tehachapi High students and a mathematics instructor at the Mojave Air and Space Port.
Gayel Pitchford, left, received the 2014 Named Gift Award from Phyllis Belcher on behalf of the American Association of University Women.
Improv comedy is coming back to Tehachapi! On Saturday, July 19, at 7 p.m., the Bakersfield-based Center for Improv Advancement will present the second in a series of family-friendly and hilariously unpredictable shows at Fiddlers Crossing.
Tehachapi city council approved a number of items at its July 7 meeting, including the go-ahead for the city staff to seek out potential partners for a down-hill gravity mountain bike path.
Three fires in the space of an hour sent fire crews and first responders into full emergency mode on Thursday, July 3. Around 2:30 p.m., a fire was reported on Cherry Lane just off of Tucker Road.
A Tehachapi-based organization that has initiated a Conservation Corps has achieved a lot over the last several months, especially in garnering a number of grants.
Nicole and Steve Roemer are preparing for the opening of Tehachapi's first microbrewery, Honey Wagon Brewing.
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Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 03:07 pm
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