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COC Closes Deal on New East Campus

The property was purchased for $13.5 million & will serve up to 10,000 students by August 2007!

College of the Canyons closed the deal September 23 & now owns all 70 acres alongside Sierra Highway that will become the site of the Canyon Country Educational Center, its new east campus.


Get the full details in Friday's Signal.

Dr. Marilyn Joyce, RD, Cancer Survivor and Author to be on KHTS

Cancer survivor, Dr. Marilyn Joyce, registered dietician, former director of nutrition for the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, international lecturer, guest of TV and radio, and best-selling author will be the special guest with Tami Hulcher, "The Queen of HealthT", guest co-host on KHTS AM 1220 "Lifestyle and Fitness" show with Ellen Como on Tuesday, October 4th from Noon - 1pm PDT.  Nationwide listeners are invited to join us at  click on KHTS LOGO, then follow instructions to listen LIVE! 

Dodgers Lose to Diamondbacks 3-1

The Dodgers lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-1 in the third game of their series. 
The Dodgers are out of the playoffs, so they got a chance to use their young players. 
Dioner Navarro hit his third homerun of the season, but it was not enough.  On Friday
at 7:30pm, KHTS will air the Saugus vs Notre Dame high school football game.  Tune
in to your HomeTown Station, KHTS AM-1220, on Saturday at 6:30pm to hear the
Dodgers take on the San Diego Padres. 

University Center Soon to Add New Programs

The Interim University Center located at College of the Canyons keeps adding new programs with three additional programs coming onboard next year.
The Art Institute of California, Los Angeles will bring a bachelor's of science degree in interior design to the Santa Clarita Valley through the Interim University Center beginning in January.
"The Art Institute of California's interior design program responds to one of our community's highest expressed interests," said Barry Gribbons, University Center administrator. 

Runner's Charter School Accountability Measure Signed Into Law

(SACRAMENTO) - Senator George Runner's (R- Antelope Valley) charter school accountability measure was signed into law late yesterday afternoon.  This legislation provides fiscal oversight of charter schools to ensure that public resources are being used appropriately, yet will not intrude upon the programmatic flexibility that is essential to their success.

Closures: Southbound I-5 Connector to Eastbound State Route 118

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the following connector of the Golden State Freeway (I-5) for a period of approximately three months as follows -- as part of a $41.6-million project to construct High Occupancy Vehicle,
(HOV), or carpool lanes and soundwalls, on northbound and southbound I-5 from State Route 118 to State Route 14:
-  From 9am Monday, October 3 to 3pm Saturday, December 17:
The southbound I-5 connector to eastbound State Route 118 will be closed.

30 New Late-Start Classes Added to Fall 2005 Semester

Recently, College of the Canyons announced 30 more late-start classes for the fall 2005 semester.
These classes could be an option for students who missed the registration dates for classes that are already in session for the fall semester.
The 30 new classes, added just a few weeks ago, bring the total number of late-start classes being offered this semester to more than 130.
The majority of these classes will meet Oct. 10 to Dec. 1.

SCV Chamber, Schools Weigh Propositions

Voters to decide on three measures affecting education in November election.

Citizens going to the ballot box in November will decide the fate of three propositions affecting schools.

Get the story in Thursday's Signal.

SoCal Fires Burn Lots of Acres

Wind-driven brush fires burned on the wildland fringe of Los Angeles & in three other counties Wednesday, scorching thousands of acres, killing thousands of chickens at a farm & destroying homes, while threatening others.

In fact, as of 7am Thursday morning the Chatsworth fire was still burning out of control & headed west toward Ventura County while nearly a thousand firefighters do their best to contain the massive blaze.

Get the entire story in Thursday's Signal.

City to Give $66K Toward Katrina Relief

Money will go to Habitat for Humanity to cover the cost of one home; council exploring donation options, for additional $34,000...

The Santa Clarita City Council has agreed to help get at least one hurricane-stricken family out of the elements & back into a home.

Get the full story in Thursday's Signal.