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Hunt Continues For Inmate

 A search continues for a prisoner who escaped from the North County Correctional Facility early Saturday morning.

Antonovich Seeks To Deny Navigants Request for Funds

Los Angeles - Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has introduced a motion
before the Board of Supervisors directing the Director of Health
Services to deny Navigant Consulting's request for an additional $3.4
million and to hold the firm to their original contractual commitment to
turn around King/Drew Medical Center for $13.2 million.  The scope of the problems at King/Drew was clearly defined when Navigant
entered into the contract.  A competing consulting firm stated that
Navigant's bid was too low to be relevant, yet Navigant assured the

City Hires New Planning & Econ. Dev. Director

Paul Brotzman Named to Head City Planning & Econ. Dev. Department

City Manager Ken Pulskamp is pleased to announce the appointment of the City’s new Planning and Economic Development Director, Paul D. Brotzman.

Mr. Brotzman was hired following a nation-wide recruitment search and will begin his new job with the City on April 1, 2005.

Devin Bronson Rocks



 The last time The Signal caught up with Canyon Country rock ’n’ roll guitarist Devin Bronson at the end of 2002, he was rocking out onstage at The Roxy in West Hollywood, playing to a packed house with Kelly Osbourne’s backing unit as she showcased her debut album, “Shut Up.”

By Stephen Peeples

Weather Helps Cleanup Efforts at Pyramid Lake

 Officials sucked 80 gallons of crude oil out of Pyramid Lake on Thursday during the first day of cleanup after a broken pipeline spilled more than 126,000 gallons into the man-made reservoir...

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations to Matthew Taoatao of HartHigh School “Player of the Week”.


The Rain Aint Over....

As Southern California approaches all-time record rainfalls this season, officials say the season is far from over....

In fact, in the recent storm that hit Wednesday, two Valencia residents, including a World War II veteran, were scared by a lightning strike which hit a wall between their two homes.

Officials with the National Weather Service say that another system is expected to move through the SCV tonight, and while it will bring less than an inch of rain, we will get closer to those record rainfall totals.

Pipeline Spills Oil Into Pyramid Lake

A landslide Wednesday afternoon ruptured a pipeline and sent over 40,000 gallons of oil into a portion of Pyramid Lake...

The rupture, which occured approximately one quarter mile from the lake, was reported shortly after 1pm Wednesday afternoon. The oil got into a nearby creek which flows under Interstate 5 freeway and into Pyramid lake.

Local officials now believe they have the oil spill contained to a 5 mile portion of the lake, and do not believe the spill poses any threat to drinking water.