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Off-Duty Deputies Enforce Rules on Bus

The City of Santa Clarita is cracking down on teenage food-eaters and gum-chewers by using off-duty Sheriff's deputies....

In two recent cases, a teen was cited for sucking on a lollipop, and in another, a teen was asked to spit out her gum but was still cited. 

Parents are infuriated because of the seemingly silly rules, but City spokeswoman Gail Ortiz says that the city spends nearly $75,000 per year on bus improvements.  A large percentage of regular bus riders includes junior high and high school students, the biggest culprits of chewing gum and causing damage.

Local River Endangered

A nonprofit conservation organization named the Santa Clara River one of the country's most endangered rivers....

The Santa Clara River is one of the last remaining natural rivers in California, and is becoming endangered because of the developments planned to be built along its banks.

One of the major projects contributing to this label is a 20,000 home project called "Newhall Ranch," headed by developer Newhall Land and Farming.  A spokesperson from Newhall Land assures Santa Clarita residents that all necessary steps have been taken to protect the river.

Body Found in Ravine

While on routine patrol, Sheriff's Deputies found the body of a 43-year-old man in a Canyon Country ravine Monday afternoon....

The man was identified as Randy Groth, but the cause of death is still unknown at this point.  Groth was a father of three from Canyon Country.  He was missing for days before his body was discovered.

Anyone with any more information in this case is asked to contact the Sheriff's Station at (661) 255-1121.

More on this story is in today's Signal.

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations to Tommy Milone of SaugusHigh School for being selected as a “Diamond Player of the Week”.


Casino Night Benefits SCV Jr. ROTC

VALENCIA, CA – Get a taste of Vegas at the annual Air Force Jr. ROTC Armed Forces Day Casino Night and Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament on May 21 in the Activity Center at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex. 

COC Summer Semester Largest Ever!

   SANTA CLARITA - With more classes in both the "for-credit" and "classes-just-for-the-fun-of-it" categories, College of the Canyons is offering the biggest, and most diverse election of summer classes in its thirty-five year history.  The first session of summer school begins on May 23 and there are starting dates in June and July as well.

College of the Canyons and Hart District Host College Day

       SANTA CLARITA - Nearly fifty colleges and universities will descend on College of the Canyons on Saturday, April 16, for Santa Clarita Valley College Day 2005.  Representatives will be on hand to provide information about their schools and programs to college-bound high school students and their parents.  The event will take place from 9 a.m. to noon. Sponsored by College of the Canyons and the Wm. S. Hart Union School District, the day 

Lane Closers This Week For 126 and I-5

Santa Clarita – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the following lanes of the Golden State Freeway (I-5) and State Route 126 as part of a $24-million project to improve the I-5/126 Interchange, from Monday, April 11 through Friday, April 15:


·     Daily from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.:

-     One lane of southbound I-5 from Hasley Canyon Road to Rye Canyon Road
-     One lane of northbound I-5 from Rye Canyon Road to Hasley Canyon Road


·     Daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.: