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ROTC Casino Night Kicks Off Saturday Night

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.

Public May See Smoke In Air Monday, May 16, 2005

>From LA County Fire:

Residents/public may see smoke in the air on Monday, May 16, 2005, as
part of the County of Los Angeles Fire Department, Air & Wildland
Divison/Camps Section, Wildland Live-Fire Training Burns (no larger than
5 acres) at the Pitchess Detention Center/Wayside facility (5 Fwy off of Hasley
Canyon Rd), Castaic

TIME:  9:00AM - 12:00PM

Radio-Linked Wristbands Keep Track of Inmates

California inmates will wear wristbands which, if broken off, will alert guards to a possible prison escape....

This system will be implemented in the nations largest jail system, using an updated version of these devices tested at Calipatria State Prison.


More on this story is on the front page of today's Signal.

Inaugural Arthritis Walk a Huge Success

Over 300 people came outside for the first Santa Clarita Arthritis Walk Sunday morning at Bridgeport Community Park....

The run, which had a 1-K or 5-K distance option, raised over $20,000 for the Arthritis Foundation. 


Many people brough their dogs who enjoyed the sunshine and warm weather as well.


More on this story is in today's Signal.

Antonovich Declares May 2005 "Mental Health Month"

At the Board of Supervisors meeting on May 10, 2005, Supervisor Michael
D. Antonovich joined the Board of Supervisors in proclaiming the month
of May 2005 as "Mental Health Month."
Mental illness affects one in five Americans every year, and
co-occurrence of mental illness and substance abuse is a significant
concern that requires integrated mental health treatment.  Mental health
is a fundamental component of general health and indispensable to
personal well-being, family and interpersonal relationships, and
societal interactions.

1st Annual Poker Run Benefiting the Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita

May 21, 2005. 7am-3pm Starting DVC San Fernando Rd ending at Route 66 in Canyon Country. Cost $25. includes lunch at Route 66. High hand winner- weekend for two Country Inn, Port Hueneme. Music & 50/50 raffel, other raffels. Contact Bill McQuaw 661 251-0302 or email linmcquaw@hotmail.com

Dodgers Defeated by the Braves 5-2

The Los Angeles Dodgers suffered another loss to the Atlanta Braves on Sunday afternoon.  The final score was 5-2.  Tune in to your Hometown Station on Monday, May 16th at 6:30 pm for more exciting Dodger baseball!

How They Extinguish Fires

“Where are the poles?” and “Where are the dogs?”  Those are the two most commonly asked questions by visitors to fire stations, Battalion Chief Gary Burden said Saturday. . .

Dodgers lose 5-1 to Braves

In a game heard live on KHTS Saturday night, the Dodgers lost 5-1 to the Atlanta Braves.  Tune in Sunday as the Dodgers finish the series with the Braves starting at 12:30pm for the pregame.

Shaping Dreams in Magic Sand

Tons of sand, a master sculptor and children with abundant imagination combined Friday at Hurricane Harbor for a wonderland of sand sculptures — and a Six Flags welcome to summer.

“Most folks remember going to the beach as a kid and making a little castle,” said Bert Adams, dubbed a master sculptor by the Six Flags organizers. “Anyone with a little technique and some tools can make an impressive sand sculpture.”


 


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