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Candidates for Water District to Debate

Newhall County Water District board of directors candidates will have an opportunity to answer tough questions before the public on Monday.

For more on this story, visit The Signal's Homepage!

Bowman Grad ‘On the Right Track’ to Marine Honor Guard


Richard Rosales has gone a long way from being a truant at

Trustees Approve COC Budget

Funds for additional faculty, new and expanded programs and services, an online degree program, a comprehensive winter intersession, 15 major construction and renovation projects, and room for more students are all in the works for College of the
Canyons this year, under the Santa Clarita Community College District's 2005-2006 budget, approved by the board of trustees during its budget meeting Wednesday night. 

Dodgers Lose to Giants 5-4

On Friday night, the Dodgers lost to the San Francisco Giants 5-4, on a walk off base hit by Todd Linden.  Tune in tomorrow at 12:30pm on your Hometown Station, AM-1220 KHTS, for game 3 of the 4 game series.

City Hold Community Services Grant Information Meeting

Anyone interested in applying for a Community Services Grant through the City of Santa Clarita is invited to attend an informational meeting being held Wednesday, September 21, 2005 at noon in the City of Santa Clarita Council Chambers. A brown bag lunch with drinks and snacks will be provided for those in attendance.
The Community Services Grants are intended for the development of pilot programs or one-time project enhancements for non-profit community based organization.

New Orleans Couple Find Refuge in SCV

The Spindt family left the Gulf Coast before devastation struck, at the urging of their family in Newhall...

The New Orleans residents fled the doomed city just days before total destruction hit & have been staying in Newhall with Paul's brother, Gary Spindt, since earlier this month.


See the details in today's Signal.

COC Releases Report on East Campus Facility

Plan calls for 1,000 students to begin next fall; public has until October 31 to submit comments.

Buffered by the noise of Sierra Highway by an existing ridgeline, 8,000 students will receive their higher education in an ampitheater-shaped campus of terraced buildings joined by pedestrian bridges when College of the Canyons Canyon Country East Campus is fully built out in 2012...

See today's story in the Signal.

City Presents Parent U-Building Blocks for Strong and Healthy Families

The City of Santa Clarita’s Community Services Office would like to invite everyone out to their annual Parent U Conference Saturday, October 8 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.  The theme for this year’s conference is “Building Blocks for Strong and Healthy Families.”

City Hold Final Farmers’ Market of the Season

The City of Santa Clarita invites everyone out to the final Old Town Newhall Farmers’ Market for the 2005 season on Thursday, September 22.  The Old Town Newhall Farmers’ Market is held every Thursday from 4:00 to 8:00 pm at the corner of San Fernando Road and 6th Streets.  This final market will mark the end of a successful 2005 season of fresh produce, handmade crafts, and live entertainment.  The City will reopen the market in the spring of 2006.