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JULY 19 • The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf, produced by TCT Too, opens at the Beekay Theatre. July 19, 20, 26, 7 p.m.; July 21, 27, 28, 2 p.m. All seats $10; info at • Monty Byrom, The Buckaroos opens at Crystal Palace. July 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m. • “Charm” opens at The Empty Space. Directed by Kevin Lohmann and Miguel Torres. A magical, surreal and transcendentally goofy story about free spirit Margaret Fuller who knocks Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry David Thoreau off their pedestals. July 19, 20, 26 & 27 and Aug. 2 & 3 at 8 p.m. Admission is by donation.

JULY 21 • Music in the Park, featuring Blue Mustard. Concert begins at 2 p.m. in Philip Marx Central Park. Free; bring chairs and blankets.

Venue Legend: TEHACHAPI Apple Shed Restaurant 333 E. Tehachapi Blvd., 823-8333 Beekay Theatre 110 S. Green St., 822-4037 Centennial Plaza Downtown on Green Street between “E” and Tehachapi Blvd. City Slickers 1001 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 8224939 College Community Services 113 E. “F” St., 822-8223 Coy Burnett Stadium Tehachapi Boulevard east of Snyder Avenue. Dog House Saloon 777 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 822-4200 Domingo’s Mexican and Seafood Restuarant 20416 W. Valley Blvd., 822-7611 Errea House 311 S. Green St., 822-8152 Fiddlers Crossing 206 E. “F” St., 823-9994 Gallery ‘n’ Gifts 100 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 8226062 Jennifer’s Terrace 413 S. Curry St., 822-5808 La Bella Amore Italian Bistro 209 S. Green St., 822-7419 Moessner Farms 25000 Bear Valley Rd., 8216272 Pacino’s 1100 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 822-9400


The grounds at Jennifer's Terrace provide a pleasant respite from the summer heat during the weekly Market Place held from 5 to 8 p.m. every Thursday through Sept. 19. Jennifer's Terrace is located at 413 S. Curry St.

JULY 23 • Josh Abbott Band at the Crystal Palace, 7 p.m.

JULY 24 • Amy Grant at Fox Theater, 7 p.m. Tickets cost $49-$69.

JULY 26 • Jerry Seinfeld at the Rabobank Philip Marx Central Park East “E” and Mojave Streets, just east of Downtown Tehachapi Christian Store 108 E. Tehachapi Blvd., 822-0626 Tehachapi Community Church 100 E. “E” St., 822-4443 Tehachapi Event Center & Rodeo Grounds 601 S. Dennison Rd. Tehachapi Mountain Pub & Brewery 20717 South St. # B, 822-0788 Tehachapi Museum 310 S. Green St., 8228152 Tehachapi Senior Center 500 E. “F” St., 8226255 Tehachapi Treasure Trove 116 E. Tehachapi Blvd., 822-6794 The 58 Restaurant and Bar 20717 South St., 822-0788 The Art Studio 20436 Brian Way, Unit G, 8224420 VFW Post #5948 221 W. Tehachapi Blvd., 8227500 MOJAVE DESERT Antelope Valley Fairgrounds 2551 W. Avenue H, Lancaster, 661-206-0427 Lancaster Museum of Art 665 W. Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster, 661-723-6250 Lancaster Performing Arts Center 750 W. Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster, 661-723-5950

Theater, July 26; 7 p.m.; Tickets, $47-$77. • Rosedale (like “Dallas” but funnier) opens at the Fox Theater, runs through Sept. 14. Friday and Saturday performances 7 p.m., Sunday matinees, 2 p.m. Info at See MORE/Page 3 Maturango Museum 100 E. Las Flores Ave., Ridgecrest, 760-375-0479 Mojave Air & Space Port 1434 Flight Line, Mojave, 661-824-2433 SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Bakersfield Art Association 1817 Eye St., Bakersfield, 661-869-2320 Bakersfield Community Theatre 2400 S. Chester Ave., Bakersfield, 661- 831-8114 Bakersfield Museum of Art 1930 "R" St., Bakersfield, 661-323-7219 Buena Vista Museum of Natural History 2018 Chester Ave., Bakersfield, 661-324-6350 CALM (California Living Museum) 10500 Alfred Harrell Highway, Bakersfield, 661-8722256 Crystal Palace 2620 Buck Owens Blvd., Bakersfield, 661-328-7560 Fox Theater 2001 “H” St., Bakersfield, 661324-1369 Gaslight Melodrama 12748 Jomani Dr., Bakersfield, 661-587-3377 Kern County Fairgrounds 1142 S. "P" St., Bakersfield, 661-833-4900 Rabobank Arena 1001 Truxtun Ave., Bakersfield, 852-7300 The Empty Space 706 Oak St., Bakersfield, 661-703-8666

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• Music in the Park. A double bill of Geezers on the Loose and the Pat Strong Trio Plus 1; 2 p.m. in Philip Marx Central Park. Free; bring chairs and blankets.

HE usually sees patients promptly when they need to be seen and usually stays after hours when necessary.

JULY 30 • Shelby, Tieg & Tara Folkpop vocal trio at Fiddlers Crossing, 7 p.m. Tickets cost $15. • Asleep at the Wheel at the Crystal Palace, 7 p.m.

JULY 31 • Billy Currington at the Fox Theater, 7:30 p.m. Tickets and information:


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Asleep at the Wheel will perform at the Crystal Palace, 2800 Buck Owens Blvd., Bakersfield, Tuesday, July 30 at 7 p.m. day • Fiddlers, 4th Saturday • Moving On, 3rd Sunday • Craig Shaw, Sundays

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• Open Mic and Acoustic Jam every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Sign up at the door to perform music or read poetry.

HE explains things in clear, understandable English.

HE prefers to please you, the patient.

HE is concerned and gets to know his patients.

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HE practices with a genuinely caring staff who believe in service.

HE has shown commitment to the community by being here for 29 years.

Dinner music begins at 6 p.m., schedule as follows: • Gary and Kat, 1st Saturday • Guy and Debbie Martin, 1st Friday, 3rd Saturday • Alicia Hansen, 2nd Friday • The Geezers, 2nd Saturday • Craig Shaw, 3rd Friday • Pat Strong Trio, 4th Friday

HE practices alongside Registered Nurses rather than alongside lesser qualified assistants.

HE practices in pleasant surroundings. HE is highly principled and highly qualified.

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BY TEHACHAPI NEWS Justice will be served in the Tehachapi Community Theatre Too production of the “Trial of the Big Bad Wolf,” opening at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 19, at the Beekay Theatre, 110 S. Green St. The Three Little Pigs have had enough. They are bringing charges against the Big Bad Wolf for destroying their homes. But as the trial unfolds, everyone finds there is plenty of blame to go around. Director Heather Ringle, who is also routinely involved in organizing TCT Too productions, said this play is very much geared toward families. “It’s a kids’ play, but it’s very funny,” she said. “There’s jokes the older kids and adults will find amusing.” Besides the humorous storyline content, the play also calls for audience participation. Ringle said “reporters” will go into the audience to conduct interviews and one child in the audience will get to join the cast on stage in part of a scene. Ringle added that the play is a slight deviation from what TCT Too has performed in the past.

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From left to right, Kacey Brocklesby (Judge Wise O. Al) and Emily Stults (The Big Bad Wolf) share a laugh during a rehearsal of the “Trial of the Big Bad Wolf” at the Beekay Theatre, 110 S. Green St., Tehachapi. “Instead of the teens performing an adult play, I wanted to see how it goes with them performing a family play,” she said, referring to the contrast in difficulty between plays written for adult professionals and those for amateurs. “When you put the teens in roles that are geared more towards children, it allows them to give more input into their character roles.” TCT Too is an off-shoot of Tehachapi Community Theatre, created to give children and teens the chance to learn about the-

answer that can be backed up. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Congratulations on getting that project up and running. But as exciting as it is, don't let it carry you away. Make sure you set aside time to spend with family and friends. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Be sure you're part of the discussion involving your suggestions. Your presence ensures that you can defend your work, if necessary. It also helps gain your colleagues' support. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) A misunderstanding needs to be dealt with, or it can grow and cause more problems later on. Be the

ater production, both onand off-stage. Ringle said if the kids do not want to be onstage, they can participate in set production, costuming, and occasionally get the chance to direct. “[TCT Too] is a great way to give kids an activity to do that’s low-cost,” Ringle said. “It builds great friend-

ships, self-esteem and leadership skills.” Besides Ringle’s director guidance, Kendric Bertram is also pitching-in as director. Repeat offenders on the Beekay stage are Emily Stults, Kasey Brockelsby, Lanie Ringle, Heather Simmons, Jacob Witter, Lucy Asatryan, Jared Anderson, Micaela Bardonnex, Mia and Sophia Bonham, and Annette Hertz. New to the Beekay line up are Madeleine Cass, Reagan Gaines, Abby Herrera, Kaylee Howells, Haily Jockinsen and Brooke Langston. All the actors are between the ages of 13 and 20. Tickets cost $10 and can be bought at the door, Picture Perfect, 112 E. Tehachapi Blvd., Johnny's Take 'n Bake, 807 Tucker Road, Tehachapi Furniture, 20346 W. Valley Blvd., and Evening shows at 7 are July 19, 20 and 26; 2 p.m. matinees are July 21, 27 and 28. For more information on the “Trial of the Big Bad Wolf” or TCT Too, call the Beekay Theatre at 8224037.

Weekender cover photo: The TCT Too cast of the “Trial of the Big Bad Wolf” rehearses inside the Beekay Theatre, 110 S. Green St., Tehachapi. From left to right: Kay-Lee Howells (Mistress Mary), Kacey Brocklesby (Judge Wise O. Al), Abby Herrera (Little Bo Beep), Sophia Bonham (Charity), Madeleine Cass (Cinderella), Reagan Gaines (Little Red Riding Hood), Annette Hertz (Little Miss Muffet), Emily Stults (The Big Bad Wolf) and Mia Bonham (The Clerk).

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• Twilight, nighttime hours at the zoo, 5 until 8 p.m., Saturdays in July and August. Picnics encouraged. Admission is $1 off.


• Karaoke Fridays, 8 p.m. until closing.

Domingo’s Mexican and Seafood Restuarant • Karaoke 7:30 until 11 p.m., every Wednesday.

Tehachapi Mountain Pub and Brewery • Karaoke, Tuesday evenings • DJs, Wednesday, 7 until close; Friday and Saturday 9 until close.


Yum, peaches! Fruits and veggies direct from the farm are available each Thursday during Main Street Tehachapi's Farmers Market, held in Railroad Park in Downtown Tehachapi from 4 to 7 through Aug. 22.

VFW Post #5948 Open to veterans, current service members and guests of vets, schedule as follows: • Karaoke with Erik, 1st and 3rd Fridays, 7 until 11 p.m. • Pool Tournaments: 8-ball on Tuesday nights and 9ball on Thursday nights, 7:30 until 10:30 p.m.

Exhibits and Museums Maturango Museum Free admission for members; $5 for non-members.

• Cheryl McDonald. Photography exhibit on display through Aug. 20.

Special Events Jennifer’s Terrace • The Market Place, Thursdays, 5 until 8 p.m., through Sept. 19.

Railroad Park • Farmers Market, sponsored by Main Street Tehachapi, 4 to 7 p.m. every Thursday through Aug. 22.

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• Line Dancing, Monday 1 until 3 p.m.

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Treasure Trove • Christmas in July, Friday, July 26, 1 until 3 p.m. Bisque Painting with Juanita Neimeyer. Paint bisque plates and ornaments for Christmas. Cost is $25, plus materials. See MORE/Page 6


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• Sewing Sensations. Materials and sewing machines provided for beginner sewing. Sewing machines available Mondays through Fridays in July, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Fiddlers Crossing Tickets at Mountain Music or The Apple Shed; info at • Ranchers For Peace Americana Folk Duo, Aug. 9; 7 p.m. • Homesick Elephant, Indie

• Chalk on the Walk, Aug. 10; 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. Entrants to fundraiser get t-shirt, chalks and 4x4 drawing square. • Handcraft Festival, Aug. 17, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.; See MORE/Page 17

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TVAA’s “Coffee with the Artist” on Saturday, July 20 will feature a panel discussion and begin at 10 a.m. From left, the speakers are Peggy Cowden, seamstress; Marge Colby, sculptor and jeweler; Amanda Tomlinson, jeweler.

Gallery ‘n’ Gifts will keep the coffee hot BY ANITA JESSE CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Make plans now for the Tehachapi Valley Arts Association’s free monthly event, “Coffee with the Artist,” on Saturday, July 20, 10 a.m. until noon at Gallery ‘n’ Gifts, 100 W.

Tehachapi Blvd., Tehachapi. July’s “Coffee,” titled “Finding the Courage to Create,” features a panel including Marge Colby, sculptor and jeweler; Peggy Cowden, seamstress; and Amanda Tomlinson, jewel-

er. Anita Jesse, an artist known for her equine fine art prints on metal, will moderate. The doors open at 10 a.m. and the program will begin promptly at 10:20 a.m. Join us for the discusSee COFFEE/Page 17

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A town with a real western backdrop Continued from page 8 big part of the Santa Clarita Valley’s connection to Hollywood. with several movies being shot on location. In fact, the entire Santa Clarita Valley became part of a booming “Silver Screen” era in 1915, providing colorful locations in a surreptitious setting not too far from the bright lights of Los Angeles. Many movies were shot just next door in neighboring Newhall, home to Melody Ranch Studio — a 22-acre back lot for many of Hollywood's major studios. The western themed lot has been used in some of the genres classics, like The Lone Ranger, Hopalong Cassidy, Annie Oakley, The Cisco Kid, and most recently the HBO series Deadwood. VIP tours can be arranged by calling 286-1188. The Santa Clarita Valley is also home to several museums, including the Rancho Camulous Museum, the Saugus Train Station, Tesora Adobe Museum, the William S. Hart Park Mansion and the popular and unique Law Enforcement Hall of Fame. The hall of fame chronicles the history of law enforcement in the Santa Clarita Valley, from the days


A member of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, the William S. Hart Museum is just a little more than an hour's drive from Tehachapi. of horse an buggy days to the present. Tours are by appointment only, by calling 259-2490. Meanwhile, the William S. Hart Mansion and Museum is located at 24151 San Fernando Road within the confines of scenic William S. Hart Park where guests may enjoy visiting a live collection of farm animals, a herd of American bison, a vast picnic area, a series of hiking trails and a charming Western-themed gift store. The Spanish colonial revival style mansion that was the retirement home of the famed silent film actor and director who produced a series of hit Western movies in the early 1900s is now a museum, which exhibits an impressive col-

lection of Western artwork by noted artists Charles M. Russell, Frederic Remington, and Joe de Yong, as well as mementos from early Hollywood. Admission is free. Finally, The Walk of Western Stars, sponsored by the City of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, began in 1981 to honor the legends of Western film, stage, television and radio who have contributed to America's heritage since 1900. The Old West comes alive on the streets of Old Town Newhall with Western stars like Gene Autry and Tom Mix immortalized in bronze and terrazzo tile along the sidewalks.


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Savor the Flavor set for Aug. 3; tickets on sale BY MARY BETH GARRISON CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Tickets are on sale for Tehachapi’s premiere food, wine and craft beer event: Savor the Flavor. This fundraising effort will be held from 6 until 10 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3, at Centennial Plaza in Downtown Tehachapi. An evening of great food and drink, Savor the Flavor promises to blend local culinary specialties, great wine and satisfying brews. Formerly known as the Tehachapi Food and Wine Festival, Savor the Flavor will be presented under the leadership of the Tehachapi Family Life Pregnancy Center joined by the Greater Tehachapi Economic Development Council, Tehachapi Kiwanis Club, Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club and Tehachapi Youth Football to bring the evening’s events

together. All five non-profit organizations will benefit. Savor the Flavor will also feature a friendly competition between area home brewers. “There’s something for everyone,” said Kim Nixon, Executive Director of the Family Life Pregnancy Center. “From the food to the music to the wine to the brews, Savor the Flavor will be a relaxed and friendly charity event under the beautiful Tehachapi stars.” Ticket sales are limited to 600 at $60 for regular admission. VIP tickets can be bought for $100 each and are available to the first 50 people wanting an extraordinary experience of food and drink. Centennial Plaza will be filled with the sound of jazz; intimate seating areas will dot the landscape; distinctive appetizers, delicious desserts, exceptional wines and outstanding

crafted and home brews will be served. A silent auction will feature another fun way to support the local non-profits. Tickets are available online now at: or stop in at the The Apple Shed, Don Juan’s Grill or the Wine and Cheese Cellar to buy tickets. Event sponsors include: Allstate Insurance, Benz Sanitation, Bernards/Columbo - A Joint Venture, Community Clean Sweep, Country Real Estate, Fastrip, Lehigh Cement, Sangera Subaru and the Tehachapi Hospital.

Savor the Flavor 2013 promises to deliver an evening of great food, delicious drink and uncompromising fun. The evening will be “uniquely Tehachapi, distinctively California.”



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Health & Fitness Ask the Doctor Hormones can cause female facial hair BY PAUL G. DONOHUE, M.D. CONTRIBUTING WRITER

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I'm a 26-year-old woman with an embarrassing problem. I'm growing a mustache. What causes this? I have started to shave, but I worry that shaving is going to make the hair grow faster and coarser. I see some hair on

my breasts, too. What can I do about this? — V.K. ANSWER: Hair growth in females in places where it should be found only in males is hirsutism (HEREsuit-izm). Such areas include the skin above the upper lip, the chin, the chest, the thighs, the upper back and the abdomen. Hair in those places is sen-

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sitive to the action of male hormones. Common causes for such hair growth are idiopathic (a definite cause not found), menopause (when female hormone production dips) and polycystic ovary syndrome. Polycystic ovary syndrome is fairly common. Signs of it are a diminution or complete stoppage of menstrual periods, hirsutism, obesity and large ovaries with many cysts. One of the mechanisms responsible for some polycystic ovary symptoms is an overproduction of androgen — male hormones. The unwanted pattern of hair growth stems from androgen excess. Idiopathic hirsutism — hair growth without a

cause found — might be a mild form of polycystic ovary syndrome. That's a popular theory expounded by many experts. Rarer causes of hirsutism include adrenal gland overactivity, tumors of the adrenal gland or ovary, pituitary gland tumors and some prescription medicines. You're not going to solve this on your own. You need a doctor to evaluate your hormone status. The appropriate treatment hinges on finding a specific cause. When a cause cannot be found, shaving, electrolysis, depilatories (chemical hair removers) and laser treatments are options. Shaving doesn't make hair grow faster or coarser. Vaniqa cream, a prescription item, gets rid of unwanted hair quite well. Birth-control pills work when a woman needs


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Only about half of U.S. adolescents are physically active five or more days of the week, and fewer than one in three eat fruits and vegetables daily, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health. In a survey of youth in 39 states, NIH researchers questioned nearly 10,000 students between 11 and 16 years old about their activity levels and eating habits. NIH researchers charted patterns of physical activity, screen time and diet after surveying 10,000 students between 11 and 16 years old. The researchers classified these patterns as typical, unhealthful and healthful. “The students showed a surprising variability in eating patterns,” said lead author Ronald J. Iannotti, Ph.D., of the Prevention Research Branch of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human

Development (NICHD), the NIH Institute in which the study was conducted. “But most — about 74 percent — did not have a healthy pattern.” The researchers found that the adolescents’ diet and activity habits could be classified into three general categories. They described the first group as unhealthful. This group accounted for 26 percent of participants. The second group, classified as healthful, accounted for 27 percent. Because it was the largest group — including 47 percent of participants — the researchers classified the third group as typical. The researchers surveyed participants about: their daily amount of physical activity, the amount of time they spent in front of a computer screen or other electronic screen, and the amount of healthy and unhealthy foods they consumed. The analysis of the survey results showed

that the typical youth were least likely to exercise five or more days each week or to eat fruits and vegetables at least once a day. They were more likely to spend time watching television, playing video games or on a computer than the healthful group, and less likely to do so than the unhealthful group. The unhealthful group consumed the most sweets, chips, french fries, and soft drinks. They also were more likely than the other groups to report watching TV, playing video games and using a computer more than two hours a day. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans , children and adolescents should get one hour or more of moderate or vigorous aerobic physical activity a day, including vigorous intensity physical activity at least three days a week.


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Home & Garden Crunchy Baked Fish Servings: 2 Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 19 minutes

• Cooking spray • 4 (4-ounce) tilapia or catfish fillets • 3 tablespoons Mrs. Dash • Lemon Pepper Seasoning Blend • Juice from 1/2 lemon • 1/2 cup corn flake crumbs Preheat oven to 350∞F. Spray cooking spray on 9 x 9 x 2-inch pan. Place fillets in pan. Evenly sprinkle tops of fish with 1 tablespoon seasoning blend. Squeeze lemon juice over fish. Toss corn flake crumbs with remaining 2 tablespoons seasoning blend. Carefully top fillets with corn flake crumbs. Bake for 20 minutes or until fish is fork tender.

Carrot Salad Quick and Easy Chicken Dinner on the Grill Servings: 4 Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 12 minutes

•4 sheets non-stick aluminum foil, 12 x 18 inches •4 (4-ounce) boneless chicken breasts •1 1/3 cups instant rice •12 thin slices red onion •12 thin slices red pepper •1 small zucchini, thinly sliced •4 teaspoons natural butter flavor sprinkles •4 teaspoons Mrs. Dash Original Blend •1 1/3 cups low-sodium chicken broth

(Family Features) Every big, juicy steak deserves to be seasoned with an equally big, bold flavor. Next time you fire up the grill, layer on savory goodness with spices and marinades. They bring out the natural flavor of steaks, ribs, roasts, burgers, chicken and fajitas. Start with a tender, savory cut and there is no need to marinate. Simply rub on a few complementary herbs and spices then sear in the goodness on the grill. Come up with your own combination or let the professionals do the work. Prepared blends, such as those from Mrs. Dash, are a quick and easy way to give guests great-tasting dishes, salt-free. After all, salt has nothing on the smokin' flavor of Mrs. Dash Southwest Chipotle Seasoning Blend. A blend that includes sweet chili, cayenne and chipotle pepper, it gives a flavorful kick to ribs, chicken, rice or beans. Herbs and spices aren't just for entrees. Shake some extra flavor on side dishes and appetizers. They can turn your backyard grilling into something grand and gourmet. For more recipes and information, visit Marinade for Tender, Tasty Meats Marinades are sauces designed to flavor and tenderize meat, chicken, fish or vegetables. Building a great marinade is a matter of finding the perfect balance of oil, acid and seasonings. Some spend a great deal of time on trial and error in an effort to perfect their recipe. Others leave it to professionals and buy a prepared sauce, such as Mrs. Dash Spicy Teriyaki Marinade. A blend of salt-free seasoning with a touch of pineapple, it adds a kick to beef, chicken, pork or vegetables. Prepared marinades make your entrees juicy, tender and downright delicious. They also make entertaining easy. Place your protein or vegetables in a zip-top bag, fill with your favorite marinade and let it hang out until the guests arrive.

Preheat grill to medium high. Place 4 sheets of non-stick aluminum foil on a flat surface. Turn up edges to form a lip. Place 1 chicken breast on each sheet of foil. Arrange 1/3 cup instant rice around chicken breasts. Arrange 1/4 of the red onion, red pepper and zucchini on top of each chicken breast. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon natural butter flavor sprinkles and 1/4 teaspoon of seasoning blend on each chicken breast. Add the balance of the seasoning blend to the chicken broth. Double fold top on one end; pour 1/3 cup of the chicken broth into each package. Fold ends tightly, leaving room for heat to circulate and rice to expand. Place on grill and cook for approximately 12 minutes. Remove from heat; be careful of steam when opening foil. Remove chicken breasts to serving plate. Stir instant rice and vegetables together, place on plate with chicken breasts and serve.

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• 1 pound carrots, grated • 1/2 cup raisins • 1/2 cup chopped walnuts • 1 cup low-fat fruit-flavored yogurt (pineapple or lemon) • 2 tablespoons Mrs. Dash Onion & Herb Seasoning Blend • 1 tablespoon packed brown sugar Combine carrots, raisins and walnuts in a medium bowl. Stir yogurt, seasoning blend and brown sugar in small bowl until smooth and well combined. Stir into carrot mixture. Cover and refrigerate until chilled and ready to serve.

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• 1 cup water • 2 tablespoons natural butter flavor sprinkles • 1/2 cup uncooked whole wheat couscous • 1 teaspoon Mrs. Dash Original Blend • 1/2 cup dried apricots, chopped • 1/2 cup dried cranberries • 1/4 cup slivered almonds, toasted* Combine water and natural butter flavor sprinkles in small saucepan; bring to a boil. Remove from heat. Stir in couscous and seasoning blend. Cover and let stand 15 minutes. Fluff couscous with a fork. Stir in apricots, cranberries and almonds just before serving. *To toast almonds, spread in single layer in heavy-bottomed skillet. Cook over medium heat 1 to 2 minutes, stirring frequently, until nuts are lightly browned. Remove from skillet immediately. Cool before using. Source: Mrs. Dash


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Garden Time

Rosemary grows Protecting your landscape from wildlife damage in many forms BY MELINDA MYERS CONTRIBUTING WRITER

They’re cute, they’re furry and they love to eat — your landscape that is. If you are battling with rabbits, deer, groundhogs or other wildlife, don't give up. And if you are lucky enough to be wildlifefree at the moment, be vigilant and prepared to prevent damage before these beautiful creatures move into your landscape to dine. Anyone who has battled wildlife knows the frustration and difficulty involved in controlling them. Your best defense is a fence. A four foot high fence anchored tightly to the ground will keep out rabbits. Five foot high fences around small garden areas will usually keep out deer. They seem to avoid these small confined spaces. The larger the area the more likely deer will enter. Woodchucks are more difficult. They will dig under or climb over the fence. You must place the fence at least 12" below the soil surface with 4 to 5 feet above the ground. Make sure gates are also secured from animals. Some communities allow electric fences that provide a slight shock to help keep deer out of the landscape. Another option is the wireless deer


As much as you might enjoy wildlife around your home, you probably want to protect your landscaping. Gardening writer Melinda Myers offers some suggestions. fence. The system uses plastic posts with wire tips charged by AA batteries. The plastic tip is filled with a deer attractant. When the deer nuzzles the tip it gets a light shock, encouraging it to move on to other feeding grounds. Scare tactics have been used for many years. Motion sensitive sprinklers, blow up owls, clanging pans and rubber snakes strategically placed around a garden may help scare away unwanted critters. Unfortunately urban animals are used to noise and may not be alarmed. Move and alternate the various scare tactics for more effective control. The animals won't be afraid of an owl that hasn't moved in two

weeks. Homemade and commercial repellents can also be used. Make sure they are safe to use on food crops if treating fruits and vegetables. You’ll have the best results if applied before the animals start feeding. It is easier to prevent damage than break old feeding patterns. Look for natural products like those found in Messina Wildlife’s Animal Stopper line. They are made of herbs and smell good, so they repel animals without repelling you and your guests. Live trapping can be inhumane and should be a last option. Babies can be separated from their parents, animals can be released in unfamiliar

territory, and trapped animals can suffer from heat and a lack of food and water. Plus, once you catch the animal, you need to find a place to release it. The nearby parks, farms and forests already have too many of their own animals and therefore they don't want yours. The key to success is variety, persistence, and adaptability. Watch for animal tracks, droppings and other signs that indicate wildlife have moved into your area. Apply repellents and install scare tactics and fencing before the animals begin feeding. Try a combination of tactics, continually monitor for damage and make changes as needed. And when you feel discouraged, remember that gardeners have been battling animals in the garden long before us. MELINDA MYERS is a TV/radio host, author and columnist with more than 30 years of horticulture experience and has written over 20 gardening books, including Can’t Miss Small Space Gardening. She hosts the nationally syndicated Melinda’s Garden Moment TV and radio segments and is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine. Myers’ web site,, features gardening videos, gardening tips, podcasts, and more.

COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL ARBORETUM Rosemary’s classic flavor enhances many kinds of food, making it a popular culinary herb in the garden. Not only are the plants beautiful, but, planted near the kitchen, they provide a fresh source of edible leaves at your fingertips. In the National Herb Garden at the National Arboretum, there are 51 different rosemary cultivars representing the many forms, flower colors, fragrances, and varying cold-hardiness. Plants may be upright, lax and sprawling, or prostrate, almost hugging the ground; leaves may be broad, thin, or short and stubby; flowers are generally blue, but also come in pink or white; and fragrances vary from plant to plant as well, ranging from a warm, rich pine to almost unnoticeable. Rosemary’s hardiness can be as variable as its physical traits. The two most commonly grown hardy rosemaries are Rosmarinus officinalis "Arp" and R. officinalis "Madelene Hill." As a rule of thumb, cultivars with thinner leaves and lighter flowers are hardier, and prostrate types are the least hardy. No matter what cultivar is grown, there are a few practices that will help with winter survival. It is best to plant rosemary in the spring so the roots have a long, warm summer to become established, and place it in a location that gets full sun throughout the year. A site sheltered from winter winds is best. In heavy, clay soils, mulching with gravel will reflect light and heat back into the plant and help prevent soil-borne diseases from splashing onto the leaves.


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How to help your pet live a long, healthy life


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Dogs once had to work for a living — many were bred to hunters, herders or protectors. They’ll be healthier if you make sure they have plenty of activity. (Family Features) Pet parents do everything they can to ensure their dogs and cats are around as long as possible. Pets, much like humans, need a healthy diet and plenty of exercise to help them live a long and happy life. Good nutrition is key There are many factors involved when it comes to choosing a pet food for your dog or cat. Keep in mind if your pets aren't digesting the ingredients properly, nutrition is not being absorbed. Get maximum nutrition from every bite by purchasing a natural, high quality food with a digestive health support system, such as Holistic Select Natural Pet Food. Ingredients to look for include: • Probiotics — or good bacteria — help keep your pet's immune system healthy. Holistic Select contains live probiotics that are added to the food after it has been cooked and cooled. This process assures maximum survival of the probiotics, so that your pet reaps the full benefits of their food. • Prebiotics stimulate the growth and maintenance of good bacteria, like probiotics, in your pet's digestive tract. • Fiber plays an important role in human digestive health, and it also plays an integral role in your pet's digestive health. Look for foods with fiber-rich ingredients, such as oatmeal, flaxseed, pumpkin and papaya to promote digestive regularity. • Digestive enzymes help your pet's body break down proteins, fiber and carbohydrates. This ensures your pet is getting the nutrients from their food, while reducing stress on their organs. This is especially crucial for aging pets.

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Practical Money Matters

Retiring soon? Don’t forget tax implications BY JASON ALDERMAN CONTRIBUTING WRITER

If your retirement is not far off, you've probably already started to estimate what your living expenses will be after the regular paychecks stop. Most would-be retirees remember to include routine expenses like housing (rent or mortgage), medical bills and prescriptions, insurance premiums, transportation – even food and entertainment. But don't forget to factor in taxes, which can have a substantial impact on your cost of living, depending on where you live and what your sources of retirement income will be. Here are a few tax-related issues to consider when budgeting for retirement: Social Security. Most people can begin collecting Social Security benefits as early as age 62, albeit at significantly reduced amounts than waiting until their full retirement age (65 for those born before 1938 and gradually increasing to 67 for those born in 1960 or later). Although many states don't tax Social Security benefits, the federal government does. Depending on your "combined income" (adjusted gross income plus nontaxable interest earned plus half of your Social Security benefits), you could end up owing federal income tax on a portion of your benefit. It's complicated, but basically: • Single people whose combined income is less than $25,000 aren't taxed on their Social Security benefit. For combined income between $25,000 and $34,000, up to 50 percent of your benefit may be taxed. Over $34,000, up to 85 per-

cent may be taxable. • For married couples filing jointly: benefits aren't taxable for combined income below $32,000; benefits for income between $32,000 and $44,000 are up to 50 percent taxable; over $44,000 – up to 85 percent taxable. • To learn more about taxation of Social Security benefits, read IRS Publication 915 at Some people discover after beginning to collect a reduced Social Security benefit that they can't make ends meet and must go back to work, which can backfire: If your annual wages exceed $15,120, you will lose $1 of Social Security benefits for every $2 you earn over that amount (investment income doesn't count.) Rest assured, however: These benefit reductions are not completely lost: Your Social Security benefit will be increased upon reaching full retirement age to account for benefits withheld due to earlier earnings.

IRA and 401(k) withdrawals. After age 59-1/2, you can start withdrawing balances from your IRA without paying the 10 percent early withdrawal penalty — although exceptions are made in cases including disability, qualified first-time homebuyer distributions and certain medical expenses. However, you will pay federal (and state, if applicable) income tax on IRA withdrawals — except for Roth IRAs held at least five years, whose contributions have already been taxed. With 401(k) plans, you can withdraw funds after age 55 without the 10 percent penalty if you are no longer employed by the company sponsoring the plan. Other taxes. Some people move to another state after retirement thinking they'll lower their tax burden. For example, seven states do not tax personal income; however, another two tax only dividend and interest income. And five states charge no sales tax. But because other taxes and cost-of-living expenses vary significantly by community, you should only consider such moves after doing thorough research. The Retirement Living Information Center ( features breakdowns of the various kinds of taxes seniors are likely to pay, state by state, including those on income, sales, fuel, property and inheritances. Bottom line: Be sure to consult a financial advisor long before retirement to make sure you fully understand all the many tax and income implications. JASON ALDERMAN directs Visa's financial education programs. To Follow Jason Alderman on Twitter:

Money tips for your teen (Family Features) — Most parents have learned things about money they wish they had known at a younger age. But when it comes to broaching the topic with their own teenagers, about a third would rather talk to them about smoking, drugs and bullying than money. H&R Block provides free financial education for teens through H&R Block Dollars & Sense, which offers these tips: Encourage learning by earning. You may or may not want your teen to hold down a job while in high school, but you can instill the concept of earning by encouraging occasional paying projects, such as babysitting or mowing lawns. Practice makes perfect. Ask your teen to manage a portion of the family budget, such as writing the weekly menu and grocery list to fit your budget or keeping track of eating-out expenses every month. Save now, spend later. Open a savings account for your teen to plan for future purchases. If you're able, offer to match a portion of their savings to encourage the behavior. Set some limits. If your teen has a credit card, set a realistic credit limit so the balance can be paid in full each month. Be a good financial role model. Pay your own bills on time and ask your teen to be part of the process. For more tips visit


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Continued from page 7 sion along with complimentary coffee and Kohnen’s pastries. Attendees will have time for informal conversation with the panel members. All the participants are members of TVAA, as well as members of Gallery ‘n’ Gifts. Colby, whose awardwinning sculpture is exhibited in galleries and collections throughout the country and abroad, shows not only her sculpture, but her popular jewelry. In addition to producing her out-

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standing art, she is head of TVAA’s signature cause, the Scholarship Committee. This year, TVAA proudly awarded approximately $4,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors. Cowden, a prolific, creative, and meticulous seamstress, keeps everyone guessing, month to month, as to what new delightful creation she will introduce. From placemats to satin pillowcases to spa wraps — you never know what she will be up to next. She also finds time to serve as the

president of TVAA. Tomlinson, in a relatively short time at the gallery, has made quite a name for herself as a jeweler. Although beading is her first love, she also calls herself something of a “rock hound.” Her wire-wrapped stone pieces are gaining in popularity. Tomlinson also serves as the organization’s secretary. For more information on “Coffee with the Artist,” call Anita Jesse at 661-7477122. Exhibits at Gallery ‘n’ Gifts change monthly.

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Cleo is a lovely golden eyed beauty. Compared to her sisters who are also available, Cleo is the chill one. While they’re romping to their hearts’ content, she’s off to the side, analyzing, waiting for the best moment to pounce then striking. Her favorite things include naps, chowing down on wet food, and cuddling. 5 months old, spayed, up to date with her shots, Cleo is ready for the future. Intrigued? Perhaps Cleo is the one you’ve been searching for. Or maybe one of her sisters? Or her mother? These wonderful cats were left in a box on a porch. They are now ready for great homes. They were lucky we had room for them, usually when this happens they must go to the shelter. For more information contact the Tehachapi Humane Society at 661-823-0699 or visit

Good Home Needed for Male Black Lab... family can not keep due to accident. Please call Fran at 822-8325

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Bonner is one of the Luv Pups (named after a character is his foster’s novel). He’s 10 weeks old as of 7/4/13 and is a lively little monkey who will steal your heart. His parents are pure Chihuahua approximately 7-8 lbs, so we think little Bonner will hit the same mark. He’s into toys, leaves, twigs, anything he can chew. He has 3 adorable siblings who are also looking for puppy parents. Email:

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Ellie is a three year old Black/Tan Terrier mix, spayed, Micro-Chipped and current on her shots. Ellie is house trained and crate trained. She walks on a leash and is good in the car. She is good with children, other dogs and was raised with many cats, She is a twenty two pound lap dog. Ellie has an enlarged heart but her vascular ultrasound showed no problems and the vet has cleared her for adoption. For more information contact the Tehachapi Humane Society at 661-823-0699 or visit

Freddie was found as a stray running around in traffic. He has now been neutered, micro-chipped and had all of his shots. He is 1-2 years old, cream and red brown . He is crate trained, walks on a leash and is good in the car. He gets along with his foster brother and sisters and is a very sweet little guy. For more information contact the Tehachapi Humane Society at 661-823-0699 or visit

Max is a magnificent Tuxedo with 7 toes on his front paws. His paws look like mittens. Max is a nice boy who needs a little extra attention and affection to bring out his best qualities. He warms up to you—but slowly. We see Max as having a lot of potential and everybody knows that multi-toed cats are super smart. Max is a young cat between 1-3 and he gets along with other cats in an enclosed area. He is neutered and up to date with vaccinations. Call Gina at Books & Crannies 661-822-8440.

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Jezzabelle is a youngish Calico who is very quiet but loves to be petted and combed. She gets along with other cats, even new ones coming and going into the cattery. She has beautiful markings, keeps herself well groomed and will make a wonderful companion. She especially likes little caves to sleep in. She is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. Call Gina at Books & Crannies 661-822-8440.

Macy is a young female Wire Fox/Wheaten Terrier mix, very sweet/playful/housetrained. To adopt marvelous Macy, please call Alishia w/Save Tehachapi’s Orphaned Pets (STOP), at 661-750-1409, pronto.

Hope is a 5 year young Chihuahua, very loving, kind, housetrained. Due to prior neglect, Hope’s eye was removed, no worries though - She’s Vet checked/A-OK/perfectly fine in every way and remains trusting after all she’s been through. Call Marsha w/ Save Tehachapi’s Orphaned Pets (STOP), 661.823.7868 and adopt Hope in to your heart & forever home, in return, she will be your loyal friend, the one who will never disappoint you, ever.

My name is Sandy. I was found running along side the road with babies inside. My foster mom has taken very good care of me and my babies. Now there is just me and one of my babies who need forever homes. I am very pleasant and easy going, like to relax with my foster family. I love to cuddle like a lap dog. I am not aggressive so don't let my breed fool you. I just wanna be a big lap dog! I am used to lots of cats in my home. I am house trained and current on all shots. For more information contact the Tehachapi Humane Society at 661-823-0699 or visit


The Weekender — Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Trucks and Vans

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Recreational Vehicles Motor Home: Fleetwood Bounder 1991, 28ft, good cond., clean interior, strong engine,needs trans work, 68k mi $4,500obo 821-0054

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3+1 Front House in Town, bonus rm, lrg. kit. & din. rm Private yard, gar., laund. rm. incl. gardener & water, $1,050 + dep. 818-429-5954

Country Style apt. for share. Priv entrance, bedroom & livingroom. Share bath and kitchen. Horse property $375/mo. 477-7257

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Golden Hills, 3+2, new tile & crpt., cov’d patio, spnklrs, fncd, gdnr. incl. $1,200+Sec. Golden Hills. Beautiful 2 Substitute 661-663-9490 Bd apts with washer/dryer Teachers hook-ups. Some garages. Needed for Abernathy Collegiate WGH, 3+2, att. gar., a/c, Grass not gravel, Charter School. Applicants must nat. gas. Trash p/u & yd. Flowers not weeds, possess the following: wk. incl. Fenced bk. yd. · BA or BS degree owner maintained not · Pass CBEST test Avail. July 1st. $975/mo. + property mgrs. Good neigh· 30 day sub permit issued by CTC dep. 661-822-5490 bors. Water and trash paid. or Long Term Sub credential Contact Teresa at call Laura 661-822-8856 REDUCED GH 3+2 2 car Tehachapi Automotive is attached gar, new paint, Clean 2+1 Laundry facilinow accepting applications carpet, tile, lg yard, nat gas, ties, W/T paid. Newly for Smog Licensed Techni- cent. heat/AC, fireplace, RV refurbished. 661-472-9394 month cian/Mechanic. Call Ray parking, $1250 661-972-5733 661-330-4565 GH 2+1 fenced yard, forced heating and A/C, newer WGH, 3+2, fireplace, quiet unit, cul-de-sac, small pet cul-de-sac, 2 car garage, ok, $650/mo. 821-0518. new carpet & paint. $1050. Houses Avail. 7/1 805-729-1765 2+1 GH, W/D hookup, A/C, backyard, well maintained. SS, 3bd+2ba House, 2 Car avail. now. $650/mo. No Quality homes for rent. Garage, New Carpet, Paint, pets, no smoke. 822-3540 View listings @ Appliances, Available 8/15, $975mo + $1,000dep, For 2 + 1 GH, Upstairs, $500 Call Kathy Carey @ Info call patty 661-203-9389 dep $575/mo. Ready now. 661-331-1514. Serving Coin op laun. 661-345-0307 Tehachapi for 25 years! GHE 3+2 2 car gar, $1100/mo, new appliances, 21629 Golden Star Blvd. In Town, $1250+$1500dep. 20429 Weston, drive by 2+1, garage, 2 yrs old. $695 3bd+2ba, 2 car gar., new + $695 sec. 661-549-1919 then call 661-388-9604 carper & paint, gardner incl., no pets or smoking . BVS, 3+3 + huge shop. New GH 2 + 2 Lrg Duplex, Cent. 804 S. Mill (661)496-3651 carpet, paint, great location, heat/air, new carpet, fp, w/d hookups, patio, priv. yrd views, oaks, fenced yard. BVS 2+1+Loft: W/D, $775. 6 mo lease 340-2495 $1,675 long term lease. Frdge,Micro/Stove/D/wsher Owner 310-903-3663 2 Sheds No Gar. 2 + acres $975/mo + dep. 300-1644 FREE RENTAL LIST available. 4 Seasons Realty. BVS, 2B 1Ba, garage, 117 S. Mill St. 822-RENT W/D/R/S amenities paid, EHO 4 Seasons Realty 2 & 3 Bedroom $925 plus deposit. Rent or Lease 428-8644 or 821-7520 Apartments Through-out FREE LOST & FOUND ADS. Town, 411 Ash, 3+1, new wood floors, fplc. garage, Tehachapi CALL 822-6828 fenced yd, $950, 822-3958 some with W/D hook ups For Rent 2 bedroom, 1.5 and some with garages bath, house $800 per month. 4 Bedroom 2 bath, horse Starting at $595. Contact Linda 661-332-3191 property, BVS, $1,350, avail 8/1, call 661-300-1976 Call LRS Realty & 2+1 Downtown, $775 Town 4 + 2 1/2 plus loft, Management for Garage. No Pets. lrg kitchen, 3,097 sq ft. 102 Details 972-6984 Elderberry Ct. Avl. 8/15 661-822-9822 2+1 In Town, laundry nook, $1,650 + dep. 661-823-0539 det gar, $980 dep, $980/mo or 661-330-4565 incl water, sewer, trash, & gardener. Call 477-3816

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FOR RENT BY OWNER, 226 SPRUCE ST., 1970 sq ft, 4bd+3ba, near Tompkins School, $1300mo+$800dep Available July 22nd 661-342-6985/661-822-6933

Everything MUST Rent! 2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Houses Available Now Through-out Tehachapi Call LRS Realty & Management for Details


For Rent or Sale, 2.8 ac, horse prop, 2 bedroom + 1.5 bath, w/loft, in Sand Canyon. $950 661-750-9070 3 + 1 in Town, Large front and backyard, well maintained $875 +dep. Call Mary 818-439-1312 Avail now!

22709 Woodford/Tehachapi Rd. 2BD/1BA Fully Furnished Duplex $995 + dep, Utilities Inc. 2BD/1BA Duplex $675+dep

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The Orchard From $695.00 • 1-2-3-BR - Single Story • Furn & Unfurn • Short Stay OK • Pool-Gazebo-BBQ • 6x10 Storage Available • Clean, Quiet & Safe • Park Like Setting • Friendly Staff • Prompt Maintenance • Free Cable TV - 72 Channels

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FREE RENTAL LIST available. 4 Seasons Realty. 117 S. Mill St. 822-RENT EHO 4 Seasons Realty

Commercial Rentals Office Space avail., prime downtown location 200 sq. ft. reasonable rate. 661-619-4594

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Homes for Sale

Old Town area with Valley Blvd exposure. 3520 square for retail sales or office space, ample parking, restrooms. Grss lease from 62 cents per square foot. All or part available. Contact CRS Realty at 661-822-6844 or Tom at Tehachapi Tax Service 661-822-7536

20300 #D Valley Blvd. (Corner of Santa Lucia) Professional building-office space approx 1000 sq ft. $800 mo. 4 Seasons Realty 822-RENT. EOH

GHE 3+2 2 car gar, $150,000 new appliances, 22900 Woodford Tehachapi Rd. drive by then call Tehachapi Mountain Realty 661-388-9604

Warehouse w/Office, bath & roll up door. Great Location. $795 805-844-6167

2 prime office spaces for rent. Hwy. 202 frontage. 1230 sq. ft. & 1670 sq. ft. Or combine the 2 to make 2900 sq.ft. Call 661-333-1597

Professional Office with reception area, Old Towne $250/month 821-0518 1,800 SF, great location in downtown Tehachapi, 119 East F. Street (old Teh. flower shop bldg) $1,800/mo. 661-917-2760

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600 sq. ft. office or retail Downtown 661-822-6470

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Mission Villa Apartments 20401 Brian Way, One bedroom, One bath $450.00 per month. Ask for Dave 823-1529 PRICE REDUCED! Enjoy the summer riding on your very own dream estate! BEAUTIFUL 2718 SF 4BD, 3BA SplitWing Design with 10FT Ceilings. Spacious, open kitchen and living area with Center Island and walk-in pantry. Floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace, library with floor-to-ceiling cabinets. Stunning 20 acre all-usable parcel nestled at the base of the mountains with gorgeous views and neighboring vineyards -- room for your own private orchard, vineyard...the opportunities are endless! Property is fenced and cross-fenced, includes Billet barns, a center aisle barn, 6 stalls, feed, tack and hay room, pastures and paddocks. PRICE REDUCED to $599,900! Call today – a must-see showing to appreciate this stunning property!

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FOR RENT RENTAL LISTINGS - HOMES CITY OF TEHACHAPI 817 Elm Street, 3 Bedrooms 2 1/2 Bath 2 Story home. Family room W/Fireplace, Central heat and air, 2 Car garage. $1,200.00 per month + sec. Dep.

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Golden Hills Close to Town and Country Living

1,764 sq ft, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, open floor plan home with a large living area and two car attached garage on one usable acre. Move in ready, with a great location. Newly updated -- new wood floor in living areas, carpet in bedrooms, tile in kitchen & bathrooms and much more! Private backyard & room for horses.

Priced at $199,900 Qualified buyers can call Wayne for a showing @ 661-609-6970

BEAR VALLEY SPRINGS 28561 Deer Trail, 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Fully Furnished home. All appliances included, 2 car garage, secluded location. $1,100.00 per month + Sec. Deposit. 30740 Fox Ridge, 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home. Great views, fireplace, Open floor plan, Central heating and cooling, Laundry room and 2 car garage $1,100.00 per month + sec. dep.

RENTAL LISTINGS - APARTMENTS GOLDEN HILLS 21055 Santa Barbara Dr, #A, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath. ONE MONTH FREE. Newly renovated. Well landscaped common area. Washer and dryer hook ups, $625.00 per month + security deposit. CITY OF TEHACHAPI 606 Linden Court, 1 Bedroom 1 Bath. MOVE IN SPECIALS New Paint, new carpet, Tile Flooring, Stove/oven and a detached garage. All Utilities included. $620.00 per month + Security Deposit. BEAR VALLEY SPRINGS 37 Village Lane, 3 bedrooms 2 Bath Condo. Fireplace, All kitchen appliances included. $850.00 per month + sec. dep. NO PETS

CA DRE #01271654

20041 Valley Blvd., Ste. 1 | 661.822.5251

Unique Custom Home set in the pines, oaks and wildlife of Bear Valley Springs with spectacular views of the valley. Plenty of room to roam inside and out, this grand home has 4BR/3BA, approx. 4,777SF, with 2,977SF of living area and is set on 2 plus acres. Features include living & family rooms, spiral stairs, double garage plus carport, storage space, solar system, tankless water heater, plus walkin-tub. Located in gated community with amenities. $299,900 Virtual tour available at

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GREAT LOCATION! 3BR/2BA, apprx. 2,024 sq.ft. home with fabulous views & privacy. 1 bedroom upstairs, 2 down. Large bathroom downstairs w/double sinks, separate shower & tub. All rooms are very spacious. Lots of storage. All bedrooms have doors leading to balcony & views. Wood-burning fireplace in living room. Come See! $199,900 #9966559a


U CED RE D WONDERFUL VIEW HOME! 5 BR/2.5BA in apprx.2,314 SF on 1.02 acres of horse property. 2 Fireplaces, 2 living areas, office w/lots of built-in cabinets. Sunroom w/ sauna, 2 beautiful decorator ceiling fans, lots of windows for light & fabulous views of Cub Lake Great valley floor location with views, & privacy! Now: $309,500 #9966386


SALE FINISH IT UP! Wow, this will be an amazing home! Started as Owner builder; All building materials have been left for completion. 4BR/ 2.5BA + Office, apprx. 3,694 sq.ft. with kitchen, dining area, Living rm, breakfast area, laundry rm & pantry. Also, Garage/ shop. Call for details on this unique opportunity. $288,400 #9966862


NICE HOME IN EAST GOLDEN HILLS,with apx. 400 square foot bonus room upstairs.Needs some T.L.C. Has Tile roof,Tile floors,Newer Kitchen Cabinets.Bonus room is Finished without a closet and is rough plumbed for a bath. Can be made into Master bedroom.Garage is converted to a room and can be converted back .Lot next door is included with purchase. 1984 1568 98.850.46 9965377 CALL US TO SEE OTHER WONDERFUL GOLDEN HILLS PROPERTIES!

PURE CHARM! Beautifully maintained! 3BR/4BA areas, apprx. 2,450 sq.ft.. Large living room, a lovely, updated kitchen with granite tile counters, + game room downstairs.Recently painted, new carpet, and lots of windows for natural light. Fruit trees, a great garden area & wonderful deckin to enjoy all the scenic views! $315,000 #9966727


GREAT GOLDEN HILLS WEST LOCATION! 2BR/1.75BA home on 1/2 Acre lot surrounded by peaceful gardens. Screened mudroom, Granite Counter tops in Kitchen, wood Flooring in LR &Formal Dining Rm, Large wraparound Decks with Brick Patio below deck, finished Basement includes Horses allowed! $205,000 #9966480






U CED RE D FABULOUS! Beautiful, well-maintained, well-designed home in a great location. 3BR/ 2BA, apprx. 1,978 sq.ft, All the amenities you’d want: large pantry, 2 fireplaces, kitchen & master; huge master bath; both bathrooms have double sinks; covered patio w/ceiling fans on a Very large deep lot with plenty of room for horses $259,000 9966865

PRIVATE PARADISE! 3BR/2BA, apprx 1,668 sq.ft. home on gorgeous oak studded lot offering a Bright and cheery kitchen, wood laminate and tile throughout, step down sitting room and recessed lighting. Open and inviting floorplan with a private deck out back to enjoy the peace and tranquility. Plenty of room for horses! $255,000 #9966874

MAKE IT SHINE! Gorgeous views are provided from this oak tree filled, approx. 20.31 acre parcel in Caliente, Twin Oaks area. This home was originally designed to serve as a barn, however, with some TLC and creativity this could be a great weekend get-away.The 1152 SQ.FT property is on a shared well and includes 1 BD/ 0.75 BA, a kitchen and Living Room area. Now: $69,900 #9966511

PRIME LOCATION! Fabulous 3BR/3BA, home on 2.81 acres with many oak trees. wonderfully upgraded, LG country kitchen, custom built-in cabinetry & granite countertops. Extremely comfortable Master BR, LR and guest room. Huge detached metal RV/workshop with power. Enjoy the cherries, nectarines, pears & peaches, too!. Horses okay! $488,400 #9965328




U CED RE D BEAUTIFUL HOME 4BR/2.75BA, apprx. 2,450 sq.ft. Upgraded from the flooring To the kitchens and baths, bonus room in the back, comes with a metal covered patio with a fabric cover that it removable in the winter. This is a one of a kind home very tastefully done. Come see! $269,000 #9966546

3,479 sq.ft with travertine tile, granite, formal dining, indoor laundry, stainless appliances, terraced yard, patio, fire pit area, RV parking and room for a front gazebo/patio + sep. oversized detached garage with workshop. $379,000 #9966618

EXTENDED FAMILY OR HOME CARE? 4BR/1.75, apprx. 1,945 sq. ft. home with family room, rec room, indoor utility room and walk-in pantry. Large open kitchen, fireplace in living rm, handicapable accessibility with ramps and rails. Tuff Shed storage/workshop in back yard with plants & pond. Formerly licensed adult care facility. Now only: $120,000 #9966576

SALE HOME+APT +ORCHARD! On 3.13 acres! Main house is 3BR/1.76BA, apprx. 1,596 sq.ft.+ separate Gues. Apartment! Apprx.240 fruit (mostly apple) trees, walk-in cooler, approx. 30,000+ sq ft of garden/growing area with its own Hwy sales stand along Valley/ Highway 202! Now: $250,000 #9965203


WELCOME HOME! 2BR/2BA, apprx 1,120 sq.ft. home among beautiful large trees close to town in the White Oak Knolls area, on 2.39 acres. Very spacious 1200 sq.ft. detached garage and workshop area. On natural gas & water meter. $195,000 #9966552 CALL US TO SEE OTHER WONDERFUL COUNTY PROPERTIES!

MUST SEE! 3BR/2BA , apprx. 1,953 sq.ft. home, very well-maintained with loads of amenities including granite counters in kitch. & bath., built-in stainless steel kitchen appliances., pantry, stacked stone fireplace, custom cabinetry & slate patio. Circular driveway, storage shed, RV access and an oversized garage! $379,900 #9965122

SWEET AS CAN BE! Don’t miss this wonderful 3BR/2BA, apprx 1,438 sq.ft home with stunning mountain views, open tiled country kitchen with loads of cabinets and a breakfast bar. Cozy fireplace in living room. RV access and huge backyard. Conveniently located to recreation and restaurants. $159,900 #9966098

BEAUTIFUL VIEWS & OAKS! 3BR/2BA, apprx 2,135 sq.ft., built in 2006 sits on 1.94 acres with spacious great room w/ vaulted ceilings, skylights, surround sound & fireplace. Kitchen opens to great room and has granite counters, center island, skylight and pantry.Exterior composite deck, RV parking & circle driveway. Now: $399,000 #9966111

MAGNIFICENT TUSCAN STYLE HOME on 1.76 acres with beautiful views of the hills and the San Joaquin Valley. 3BR/2.5BA, apprx. 3,046 sq.ft, boasting quality amenities, upgrades and design details throughout. Amazingly beautiful granite countertops & top-grade stainless steel appliances. This property has a horse corral & barn adjacent to miles of equestrian trails. Gorgeous! Call us and make appt. to see! $629,900 #9966325

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT RENTAL SERVICES CLASSIC! Here is a Darling 3BR/1BA home in Tehachapi City. Beautiful original hardwood floors, new exterior paint and trim, newer windows, newly updated kitchen with laundry area. Fireplace in living room & separate dining rm. Detached garage has workshop area in rear, fenced yards with room for a garden. $119,500 #9966619

SO SWEET! 3BR/1.75BA, apprx. 1,192 sq.ft., convenient to downtown, shopping, restaurant & other services. Generously-sized rear yard is fenced and has a built-in BBQ! $129,900 #9966763

Beth Barnes



REALTOR DRE #01547541

We are running out of vacancies and are actively looking for additional properties to meet the high demand for rentals. Call us if you need property management services.

You’ll Be Glad You Did! HOMES


HERE IT IS! Large single-story 4BR/3BA, apprx 2,677 sq.ft on private cul-de-sac. Walking distance to High School. Upgraded kitchen with built-in Kitchen-Aid stainless steel appliances. Upgraded guest BR with private bath, would make an ideal mother-in law quarters. Custom built-in entertainment center next to fireplace & 3 Car garage. $309,500 #9966770

Naylan Bender


21001 Country Club: GREAT GOLDEN HILLS WEST LOCATION 3BR/2BA, apprx. 2100 sqft. This home offers a large open kitchen with formal living and dining room. Large family room for gatherings. Gardening included. $1100 a month. Sec. deposit $1100 1400 Cimarron Ct.: NICE HOME CLOSE TO TOWN. This is like a town home with living area down stairs and two bedrooms upstairs with bath. Nice one car garage and small back yard. Small pet welcomed with additional deposit. $750 a month. Sec. deposit $750

HERITAGE OAKS WEST Prime location, 4BR/2.5BA, apprx 1,788 sq.ft. with Master BR on main level w/double sinks, separate jetted tub & shower, and a walk in closet. Vaulted ceiling in LR w/brick fireplace & wired for surround sound. Open kitchen w/ lots of oak cabinets & tile counters. Must see! $229,900 #9966771

608 Brentwood: SO NICE! 3BR/1BA, pergo floors, bathroom upgrade, 1 car garage, washer dryer hookups. Come see! $900 a month + $900 Sec. deposit. 227 E. I. Street: DOWNTOWN DELIGHT! 3BR/1BA, inside laundry, repainted interior, workshop, RV access with hookups. Lot is 3 City lots with alley access. $900 a month + $900 Sec. deposit.

APARTMENTS 21410 Golden Hills Blvd: NICE SIZE APARTMENT, 2BR/1BA with indoor laundry. Open and bright kitchen. Generous back yard. $600 a month + $600 Sec. deposit.

EXQUISITE HOME + GUEST HOUSE! Come see this beautifully upgraded, 3BR/3.5BA Grand Home & guest house with fabulous panoramic views of the San Joaquin Valley. 9.86 acres plus .30 additional acres of an adjacent parcel. Horses okay!. Apprx. 3,273 square foot main home + 845 sq.ft. guest house. Entertainer’s delight! $589,500 #9966544

Weekender 07 17  

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