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Lockheed Federal Credit Untion Player of the Week

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Presents the High School Player of the Week, Sam Hein!


 


 

 

Free Sandbags Available

With the recent floods from the last storms, Santa Clarita Valley residents are being urged to be extra cautious during the upcoming storms.  The LAFD has sand and sand bags available for free at any fire station througout Santa Clarita.

Residents Urged to Learn about River

With all of the recent rain, existing creeks have overflowed and new streams have been formed....

Many Santa Clarita residents don't even realize that there is a true river that runs through the valley, namely, the Santa Clara (not Santa Clarita) River, which extends for over 100 miles from Acton all the way to the Pacific Ocean in Ventura.


Because of the extra water and new streams, especially those along street curbs, deadly pollutants have been swept into the Santa Clara river, one of only two natural river systems in Southern Calfornia.

COBRA Unit Makes 11 Arrests

Santa Clarita Sheriff's deputies were on duty this past weekend, searching for taggers, and ended up arresting nearly a dozen people for a wide range of crimes....

One vandal was caught in the act of tagging at Canyon High School, while others were charged with car theft, trespassing, and narcotics.


The COBRA unit focuses on juvenile and gang-related crimes in the Santa Clarita Valley.


More on this story is in today's Signal.

New Workshop at the WorkSource Center

The Santa Clarita WorkSource California Center located at 21515 Soledad Canyon Road, Suite 121 offers a variety of workshops and recruitments to businesses and job seekers at “No Fee.”

A brand new workshop, “Goal Setting and Motivation” will be held on Monday, January 31 from 9:00-12:00. This workshop will help you answer the question, “Do you know where you are going and how to get there? To register, contact the Center at (661) 255-1031.

Newhall Land Awaits Final City Council Decision

The City of Santa Clarita planning commissioners approved the Riverpark development (with a 4-1 vote), which would add 1,100 homes on the northern edge of the Santa Clara river....

Newhall Land, the project's developer, could have built more than 3,000 homes on the property in accordance with the zoning.  The project will also include two commercial areas along with a park and open space.

Castaic Continues Trucking Away Mud

Victories are being measured in feet and inches in Castaic, as county workers and business owners Saturday continued to clean out storm drains and pump mud out of soggy yards. . .

Local Girl Scouts Need Help!

Girl Scouts-Joshua Tree Council is currently seeking a temporary storage facility for any five consecutive days during the week of February 20 - February 27, 2005 in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Tattoo Room Heads South

Two tattoo artists who wanted to open an upscale salon in Newhall say they believe the city has stalled their project in the hopes they’ll go away.
    And co-owners Robert Atkinson and Danielle Oberosler, who have since opened a salon in Granada Hills, say the tactic — if there is such — has very nearly worked.

Dying Man Found with Booze Bottle

A man apparently drank himself to death Thursday night in front of a Canyon Country 7-Eleven.
       

   A passerby found the unidentified man clutching a bottle of whiskey, slumped against the base of a pay phone.
 “He was purple,” said a woman who discovered the man, who may have been homeless, just after 8 p.m. near the intersection of Soledad Canyon Road and Sierra Highway.
    She described the man as lying beneath the pay phones a few feet away from the convenience store’s entrance. He rested against the wall, his neck bent so his chin met his chest.