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Tehachapi News
BVS Cultural Arts Association to host 33rd Annual Holiday Bazaaron Black Friday following the Thanksgiving feast as the 33rd Annual Holiday Baz
Tehachapi News / Posted 7 hours ago
on Black Friday following the Thanksgiving feast as the 33rd Annual Holiday Bazaar will return to the Whiting Center in Bear Valley Springs, and promises to feature something for everyone on your gift list. The Holiday Bazaar will open Friday,... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Not a good idea to repurpose wind turbinesthe original investment.) • Point six: These turbines are old and failing beca
Tehachapi News / Posted 22 hours ago
the original investment.) • Point six: These turbines are old and failing because they are inefficient technology. No provident person would take on such a liability after all these years under these circumstances. Terry Quinn, Bear Valley Sp... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Lawman Francis, June 21, 1933-Nov. 7, 2017lived in Los Angeles for more than 30 years with his wife, Ida, and children, B
Tehachapi News / Posted 4 days ago
lived in Los Angeles for more than 30 years with his wife, Ida, and children, Brenda, Garland and Michael, before moving to Bear Valley Springs. He was very well known in the community for his work as director and president of the Bear Valley... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Lawman Francis, June 21, 1933 - Nov. 7, 2017lived in Los Angeles for over 30 years with his wife, Ida, and children, Brenda
Tehachapi News / Posted 7 days ago
lived in Los Angeles for over 30 years with his wife, Ida, and children, Brenda, Garland and Michael, before moving to Bear Valley Springs. He was very well known in the community for his work as director and president of the Bear Valley... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Upcoming events: Lots to do in, around TehachapiFriday, Nov. 24, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 25, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., W
Tehachapi News / Posted 8 days ago
Friday, Nov. 24, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 25, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Whiting Center, 26940 Bear Valley Rd., Bear Valley Springs. Free admission, over 50 prizes to be awarded. Call for gate pass. For more information, call Gale... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Community voices: Pets are not to be ownedme whenever they see me walking with Stetson by yelling down the street, “Is th
Tehachapi News / Posted 12 days ago
me whenever they see me walking with Stetson by yelling down the street, “Is that your dog?” I ignore the comments. I walk with a higher perspective. Political correctness has taught me pets are not to be owned. Willy Rogers, Bear Valley... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Halloween parties fill Tehachapicelebrations as some area churches had Halloween parties complete with pumpkin
Tehachapi News / Posted 18 days ago
celebrations as some area churches had Halloween parties complete with pumpkin patches, games and costume contests. Bear Valley Springs held its annual children's Halloween extravaganza at the Whitting Recreation Center. Steampunk Cafe in... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Natural Sightings: Bull Elk seeks shade on warm autumn daySharon Weaver took this photo near her home in Bear Valley Springs of a bull el
Tehachapi News / Posted 22 days ago
Sharon Weaver took this photo near her home in Bear Valley Springs of a bull elk standing in the shade. Known as Rocky Mountain or American Elk (Cervus canadensis nelsonii), our local herds are descended from some animals that were released on a... Read more
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Historic Kawaiisu Indian site preserved, dedicated in Bear Valley SpringsNearly 200 visitors attended the dedication of a native Kawaiisu acorn gatherin
Tehachapi News / Posted 25 days ago
Nearly 200 visitors attended the dedication of a native Kawaiisu acorn gathering site high in the mountains of Bear Valley Springs Sunday. Long known by locals, the site was purchased four years ago by residents Rich and Linda Turco. They in turn... Read more
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Tehachapi News
A young Red-tailed Hawk practices its perch hunting technique on a wooden decoyattention to the youngsters. My friend Toshimi Kristof, who lives with her hus
Tehachapi News / Posted 26 days ago
attention to the youngsters. My friend Toshimi Kristof, who lives with her husband, Les, in one of the higher parts of Bear Valley Springs, got the chance to watch a young Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) near their home this year. "A pair... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Day of the Dead Festival offers fun for the whole familyday of the dead, the afterlife, the deep sea, Halloween and creepy crawlies. Th
Tehachapi News / Posted 27 days ago
day of the dead, the afterlife, the deep sea, Halloween and creepy crawlies. There is a lot to be said for the unknown." The public is invited to attend the festival, and admission will be free. Linda Wendell is a resident of Bear Valley Sp... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Geoffrey Lynn Pugh, 1944 – 2017on Oct. 6, 2017, at Adventist Health Bakersfield Hospital. He was 73. Geoff’s C
Tehachapi News / Posted 28 days ago
on Oct. 6, 2017, at Adventist Health Bakersfield Hospital. He was 73. Geoff’s Celebration of Life will be held at the Bear Valley Springs Equestrian Center on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, from 1 to 4 p.m., 26800 Bear Valley Road. Geoff was born on... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Holiday elves busy creating opportunity to shop locallyby calling Dawn at 345-7421. BVSCAA is a not-for-profit organization that supp
Tehachapi News / Posted 1 months ago
by calling Dawn at 345-7421. BVSCAA is a not-for-profit organization that supports the arts through community events and scholarships to local high school age students. Robyn Thompson is a member of the Bear Valley Springs Cultural Arts Associati... Read more
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Natural Sightings: Safety in numbers — as long as they stay close to housesto so many other houses that are located in what is known the urban-wildland in
Tehachapi News / Posted 1 months ago
to so many other houses that are located in what is known the urban-wildland interface, in Golden Hills, Stallion Springs, Bear Valley Springs, Alpine Forest Park, Sand Canyon, Water Canyon, etc. The deer often come to feed, either on native plant... Read more
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Tehachapi News
Black Oaks: a higher elevation Tehachapi oak that gets all dressed up for autumnthan other oaks, from 2,000 to 6,000 feet, but sometimes even higher. In the Te
Tehachapi News / Posted 1 months ago
than other oaks, from 2,000 to 6,000 feet, but sometimes even higher. In the Tehachapi Mountains, they are found in Bear Valley Springs, Stallion Springs and Cummings Mountains, Alpine Forest Park and similar locations. In the shaded canyons... Read more
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Opening day to be held for new historic monumentBear Valley Springs Cultural Arts Association will host an invocation and openi
Tehachapi News / Posted 1 months ago
Bear Valley Springs Cultural Arts Association will host an invocation and opening day for its new historic monument at 2 p.m. Oct. 22. The Kawaiisu Preserve Site is located near the intersection of Stirrup Way and Sunset Way in the high country... Read more
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Tehachapi News
VFW Post 12114 in Tehachapi looking for new membersgrow by becoming a member, please call 823-4551; or visit the post’s website at
Tehachapi News / Posted 1 months ago
grow by becoming a member, please call 823-4551; or visit the post’s website at majorjasone georgevfwpost12114.org. Dr. Craig Luther is a retired Air Force historian and Bear Valley Springs author who has written a half-dozen books on World Wa... Read more

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