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Dodgers Lose 3-1

Tonight, the Dodgers lost game one of their final series of the season to the San Diego Padres, 3-1.  Be sure to tune in to KHTS tomorrow night at 6:30pm, for game 2 of the 3 game series.

City’s Human Relations Forum Screens Award Winning Film

As part of their month-long “Celebrating Diversity” program, the City of Santa Clarita’s Human Relations Forum will be holding a screening of the award-winning film “Paper Clips” about a school of young students in rural Tennessee as they respond to lessons learned about the Holocaust.   Following “Paper Clips” will be a brief presentation by Operation US, a high school student-based group that addresses race relations issues and prejudice.  Admission to the event is free and families are welcome.

Discovery Health to Feature Amanda and Charlie Thomas Story

Discovery Health's TV Show, Medical Incredible, will feature Amanda and Charlie Thomas.  Amanda was the Palmdale woman who gave birth to Charlie while in a coma in the Providence Holy Cross ICU. Charlie was then cared for in the Providence Saint Joseph NICU. 
The show will air this September 30 at 10 p.m.
It will re-air on the following dates and times:
October 1:    1 a.m.
October 2:    7 p.m.
October 3:    2 a.m.

Road Detours for Street Art Festival

The City of Santa Clarita wishes to notify residents and commuters that there will be several street closures in effect beginning Friday, September 30 at 8:00 pm and continuing through 2:00 am on Monday, October 3 to accommodate the Santa Clarita Street Art Festival in Downtown Newhall.
Roads closures will be in effect as follows:
Northbound and Southbound San Fernando Road will be closed from 5th Street to Lyons Avenue. 

Westfield Valencia Town Center A Donation Center For Hurricane Katrina Relief

Westfield Valencia Town Center will continue to serve as a donation site for Santa Clarita residents looking to provide aid to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. On Saturday, October 1 from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Westfield Valencia Town Center and KHTS AM-1220 will host a fundraising drive to help raise much-needed funding for the Hurricane Disaster Fund 2005. To help support Hurricane Katrina Relief, Westfield Valencia Town Center will donate $5,000 to the American Red Cross.

Hart vs Birmingham Football Game Cancelled

The Friday, September 30th's football game between Hart High and Birmingham High has been cancelled at the request of Birmingham.  It has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 1st at College of the Canyons.  The Junior Varsity game will start at 10:00am.  The Varsity game will start at 1:00pm.

Agencies Review SCVs Water Management Plan

Draft introduced at a joint meeting of CLWA, NCWD; plans for massive growth in the valley...Santa Clarita's master plan regarding all things water was formally introduced to local water politicians Wednesday night.  Get all the details in Friday's Signal.

Nurses leaving for Louisiana

Four more of the Providence Holy Cross staff will be leaving for Alexandria, Louisiana.  They will be taking over for weary staff nurses at St. Francis Cabrini Hospital.  They will also be staffing mobile medical vans.  The community of Alexandria is the new home to over 9,000 evacuees - all with many needs.  Others from the respiratory and social work sections of Providence Holy Cross are making plans to respond to the need as well.

Fire Forces Evacuations

The Topanga Blaze, which began in Chastworth, burns over 17,000 acres as of Friday morning, between Chatsworth & Calabasas.

A 17,000-acre fire continues Friday morning through hills & canyons between the western edge of Los Angeles & suburban communities, threatening homes & forcing people by the hundreds to evacuate...

See the full story in Friday's Signal.