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Tehachapi winning the old school way, while it's a historic night in Shafter

It wasn't by design, but Tehachapi first-year head coach Doug DeGeer went back to what works best for the Warriors. For years, Tehachapi (7-5) was predicated on a triple-option offense that stayed true to the ground game. "It's ground and pound. It's pushing the rock and grinding the clock," DeGeer

BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN - 2017-11-23 22:00:00

Natural Sightings: A cat with beautiful markings

Harold Jones took these photos at his home in Bear Valley Springs of a distinctively-marked Bobcat (Lynx rufus). "My wife and I spotted this bobcat, he was just walking around our yard," Harold shared, "He drank a little water from our birdbath and took a quick catnap, and then went about his day!"

TEHECHAPI NEWS - 2017-11-22 21:06:00

Woman accused of embezzling $50,000 from parent-teacher organization appears in court

TEHACHAPI, Calif. - A woman accused of embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from a parent-teacher organization in Tehachapi appeared in court on Tuesday. The Kern County Sheriff's Office began an investigation into Melissa Ann Fair in October after she was accused of taking nearly $50,000 from t

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Tehachapi PTO member charged with embezzlement, accepts plea deal

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A member of the parent teacher organization at an elementary school in Tehachapi charged with embezzlement, accepted a plea deal on Tuesday. Melissa Ann Fair plead no contest to embezzling over $950. In exchange, felony forgery and grant theft charges were dropped. Investigator

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Council to discuss pot shops Tuesday

Marijuana talk is back on the City Council agenda set for Tuesday. After a year of research from city staff members, the council will address their findings, taking into consideration how other cities have operated with legal marijuana storefronts. Citing pages of research culled over the last 12

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Several city councils discuss marijuana

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A handful of city councils in Kern discussed and voted on the topic of marijuana Tuesday night. In Taft, the city council approved an ordinance that bans marijuana commercially, blocking sales, dispensaries and farming among other things. It restricts marijuana to personal use,

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Worth Noting: Arvin council postpones vote on restrictive oil and gas ordinance

The fate of Arvin's controversial oil and gas ordinance will stay unknown for a little longer. At its Nov. 21 meeting, the Arvin City Council decided to hold off on a vote on the city's new proposed oil and gas ordinance due to a staff oversight. Mayor Jose Gurrola said the Planning Commission had r

BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN - 2017-11-23 15:00:00

Arvin, Taft vote on marijuana regulations with different outcomes

Two Kern County cities took on marijuana regulation Tuesday night, each with a different outcome. Arvin could soon see new revenue next year after approving the cultivation of marijuana within city limits. Arvin City Council voted Tuesday night to pass the ordinance unanimously. The ordinance allows

BAKERSFIELD CHANNEL - 2017-11-23 01:45:03

Two injured in Capitol Hill nightclub shooting

Two people injured Wednesday night when gunfire erupted inside a nightclub in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. The Seattle Police Department said 911 calls came in around 9:45 p.m., reporting shots fired inside Chop Suey during a show. Police learned that two groups got into a fight inside the c

SEATTLEPI.COM - 2017-11-23 08:24:05

Duluth Shoppers Flock to the Stores Ahead of Black Friday

DULUTH, Minn. -Black Friday technically starts at midnight! But many stories got the madness going earlier this evening. Fox 21's Haydee Clotter talked to some of the die-hard shoppers in Duluth. Every year it's the same tradition for some. Spend time with family, eat turkey and then head to the sto

FOX 21 ONLINE - 2017-11-24 17:10:43

Local View: Speak up so Duluth can stay a welcoming place

For example, on a recent weekend, I attended the Festival of Trees and saw a decorative metal cutout for sale that featured a handgun in its center and, "We don't call 911," around its edge. I mentioned to the vendors that I didn't think it was good for the Christmas season. They didn't seem to care

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-24 16:27:58

Annual Gobble Gallop Attracts Thousands to Downtown Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. - Hundreds of families and friends showed up bright and early Thursday morning to break records when it comes to attendance at the annual Thanksgiving Gobble Gallop. 2,500 participants lined up for either the quarter mile gobble giddy up, the tough turkey one mile or the grand finale,

FOX 21 ONLINE - 2017-11-24 04:23:20

Pedestrian injured in vehicle collision in Duluth

A 29-year-old woman received non-life-threatening injuries when she was struck by a vehicle while crossing an avenue in Duluth's East Hillside neighborhood on Thursday afternoon. The woman was walking across Ninth Avenue East when she was struck by a vehicle, driven by a 66-year-old woman, that was

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 22:49:26

Duluth man charged with series of gun crimes

A Duluth man who served prison time for shooting a man during a robbery three years ago has been charged with a new series of gun-related incidents - including another shooting that injured a woman. Metris Jovon Bell, 23, faces four felony charges stemming from the mid-November incidents. Authoritie

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 00:00:00

News Tribune Attic: What was on the Thanksgiving menu in Duluth in the 1890s?

Broiled bluefish. Braised saddle of squirrels. Cream of terrapin. And, yes, turkey and pumpkin pie. Items both odd and familiar to modern-day palates were on the menu for Thanksgiving dinner at Duluth's top hotels 120 years ago. Read more in the News Tribune Attic. Broiled bluefish. Braised saddle o

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 23:29:02

Duluth Winter Village returns Dec. 2-3

The Duluth Winter Village returns for its second year next weekend, bringing more than 40 local businesses to Glensheen Mansion for a craft-focused outdoor market. The free festival runs 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 2-3 and features vendors in wood cabins, live animals, carolers, lakeside campfires and fo

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 23:23:36

Corps may use dredged sand to bolster Duluth's Park Point beach

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering using sand dredged from the Duluth-Superior Harbor to resupply rapidly eroding Lake Superior beaches along Minnesota Point. The erosion problem, spurred by near-record-high lake levels and made worse during the big lake's epic storms, has eaten away hu

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 23:11:00

Cary Man Committed Suicide In McHenry Jail Cell: Source

(Editor's note: a family member has disputed the source's account, but has not agreed to an interview with Patch. We will update this article as more information becomes available.) WOODSTOCK, IL - The Cary man who was found unresponsive in his McHenry County Jail cell Friday, Nov. 17, committed sui

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Crowds Gather For Thanksgiving Day Parade

CHICAGO (CBS) - A big and festive crowd lined State Street in the Loop for the annual McDonald's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The parade stepped off onto sunny skies on a brisk but bearable morning. Marching bands, cultural acts, Ronald McDonald, Santa and the pirate Jack Sparrow all in attendance. This

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-23 10:43:41

Man critically injured in Ingleside rollover crash

A man was critically injured when his car rolled over Thursday morning in northwest suburban Ingleside. At 10:23 a.m., the 33-year-old man was driving east on Route 134 near West Venetian Drive when the car left the road and drove onto the south shoulder, according to the Lake County sheriff's offic

CHICAGO SUN-TIMES - 2017-11-23 18:35:00