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Falling Into Autumn

Lombardi Ranch celebrates coming of new season with a monthlong Pumpkin Festival..."The heat is gone," said Arlene Sampson of Stevenson Ranch.  "I like to bring out the jeans & long pants.  Goodbye shorts."  Get the story in Thursday's Signal.

Rabbi Calls for No School on High Holy Days

Jewish parents in the SCV urged not to send children to class on Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur...According to Rabbi Mark Blazer, on Temple Beth Ami's Web site..'Hart administrators proposed a fall break over Rosh Hashana this year, but the school board rejected it.  Which means we still have work to do.'  See the entire story in Thursday's Signal.

Carousel Ranch Finds Perfect Home

Nonprofit therapeutic riding organization looks to close escrow on 9-acre piece of land October 14.After years of starts & stops, Carousel Ranch finally has found a permanent home.  The nonprofit therapeutic riding organization plans to close escrow on a $975,000, 9-acre parcel of land in Agua Dulce on October 14th & move in October 22.  See the details in Thursday's Signal.

Dodgers Lose to Diamondbacks 3-2

In the second game of this three game series, the Dodgers lost to the Diamondbacks 3-2. Tune in tomorrow at 6 pm, here on your hometown station, AM-1220 KHTS!

Opposing Sides Emerge at Water District Debate

Candidates for board square off on growth, supply & decontamination issues...Two camps seemed to emerge Monday at a debate for candidates of the Newhall County Water District Board.  Get the story in Wednesday's Signal.

Rescue Team Returns from New Orleans

Families of 75 firefighters await reunion following a three-week mission.

One could feel the anticipation in the air Tuesday night at the Pacoima Operations Center as more than 75 Los Angeles County firefighters returned to their families after a 21-day rescue mission in New Orleans...


Get the story in detail in Wednesday's Signal.

Journey to Tibet

Fom the snowcapped Himalayas and into the heart of rural Tibetan culture, Dorjee Tsewang, founder of the Tibet Aid Foundation, shares the rich culture of his homeland Tibet in his breathtaking free audio-visual slide presentation "Journey to Tibet."
"Journey to Tibet" will be shown at the Public Gallery, Room R-206 in the College of the Canyons Library from 12 to 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 28, 2005.
For more information about experiencing "Journey to Tibet" call (805) 646-2704.

Girl, 15, Says Man Tried to Kidnap Her

Student escapes after suspect allegedly tried to grab her Tuesday morning while walking to school...

Sheriff's deputies are looking for a man suspected of trying to kidnap a teenage girl while she was walking to school Tuesday morning in Valencia. 


See the rest of the story in Wednesday's Signal.

Dodgers Lose to Diamondbacks 4-1

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-1 in the first game of a
three game series.  Jeff Kent hit his 28th homerun of the year for the only Dodger
run.  Tune in to Santa Clarita's only radio station, KHTS AM-1220, on Wednesday at
6:00 PM for game two.

SCV Food Pantry Announces Volunteer Day with Fieldstone Communities Employees

The Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry is proud to be the recipient of Fieldstone Communities Employees Volunteer Day 2005.   Twenty employees from Fieldstone Communities spent their volunteer day at the SCV Food Pantry unloading food, sorting food, and cleaning the Pantry.  In addition, the Fieldstone employees conducted their own food drive at their Santa Clarita office and brought the donated food with them at the beginning of their volunteer day.