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Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations to Cody Nikkel of SaugusHigh School “Player of the Week”.


 


 

Winery Granted Permit

Los Angeles County Supervisors unanimously approved a permit Tuesday for Agua Dulce Vineyards to sell wine and operate wine tasting....

Residents had been concerned about the activities at the winery, but proponents of Agua Dulce Vineyards are very happy.


More on this story is in today's Signal.

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations to Donny Williams of HartHigh School for being selected as a "Diamond Player of the Week”.


 


 


 

Einsteins Theory of Relativity to be Focus of Presentation

Astronomer Skip Newhall Slated to Make Free Presentation April 12

SANTA CLARITA  - Dr. Skip Newhall, a recently retired NASA astronomer and
descendant of local pioneer Henry Mayo Newhall, will speak about Albert
Einstein's Theory of Relativity during a free presentation at College of the

Tom Brokaw Cancels Speaking Engagement

       SANTA CLARITA - Tom Brokaw has cancelled his speaking engagement at the

Heritage Bear at Valencia Park

A 9-foot-tall fiberglass grizzly bear, representing the largest grizzly killked in California, will be greeting visitors at Valencia Heritage Park when it opens in mid-April...

Artists from Imagine That Studio created the bear for the city's Art in Public Places program.  The sculpture's surface is overlaid with photos depicting Santa Clarita's past and presnet with images from as far back as the 1800s.


For more on this story, visit The Signal.

Locals Look Back on John Pauls Life

Local Roman Catholics recalled a pope who loved people as well as God on Friday as the pontiff’s health rapidly declined. . .