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Residents Rally for Shopping Center!

As concern continues to grow among store owners regarding the fate of the

Gas Hits New Record!

Gasoline prices in the Santa Clarita Valley have soared to a new record high average as a result of lean national supplies while the

Gulf Coast continues to recover from recent hurricanes. “It’s crazy man,” said Dave Sasses of Stevenson Ranch while filling up at the Arco station off of Pico Canyon Road . “And it’s not going down any time soon.”


Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Science/Math Addition at COC

College of the Canyons continues to move dirt around as the college’s plans are underway for making a 32, 403 sq. ft expansion to the Laboratory Building on campus.  Although numerous contractors and construction workers have already begun mobilizing storage bins and bulldozers, an official groundbreaking ceremony will be held this Thursday, October 20 at 10 a.m. at the construction site on the COC campus. College of the Canyons Superintendent-President Dr.

High School Site Not a Hazard!


A firm preparing the preliminary environmental assessment on the proposed site of the Castaic high school at North Lake has concluded that  “further investigation of the site is not necessary.”  While the report found that Benzene was detected in one soil gas sample at a concentration above the laboratory detection limit, the sample was below the laboratory reporting  limit.

A Special Tip for Cops

Diners at the Elephant Bar in Valencia Thursday evening had the opportunity to be served by local sheriff’s deputies and donate to the Special Olympics as part of the national Tip-A-Cop program.  “They go around with the waiting staff and bring people food and drinks,” said Elissa Alvey of the Special Olympics. “At the end, people can give a donation, or a tip, if they want. If they donate more than $25 they get a Special Olympics T-shirt.”  In Santa Clarita, Tip-A-Cop comes around every spring an fall.

Kidnap Suspect Arrested

Early Thursday morning, a CHP Officer made a speeding stop, and ended up arresting the driver on charges of DUI and kidnapping....

The suspect's ex-girlfriend was reportedly in the car, and she had told officers she had been kidnapped. 

When asked to undergo a sobriety test, the driver appeared to go into seizures, which were later shown to be false.

More on this story is in today's Signal.

COC Foundation Board inducts New Members

The College of the Canyons Foundation Board of Directors has five new board members, Mike Dugan, Dan Goetz, Dean Ogrin, Adrian Simon, and Gary Saenger, all members of the Santa Clarita community who will aid in fundraising activities to meet the financial goals of the college's foundation. Dr. Michael Dugan is vice-president and laboratory director for Specialty Laboratories, Inc.

Kings win 3-2

In their opening home game, the Los Angeles Kings beat the Phoenix Wolves 3-2.  Using two power plays to their advantage the Kings took the lead 3-1.  The Wolves started a come back but could not finish it losing 3-2.  If this is any indication of the Kings season, it should be a good one.  Tune in Sunday October 9th to your HomeTown Station AM1220 KHTS for more Los Angeles Kings Action. 

Sponsors and Exhibitors Wanted for Womens Conference at COC

Looking for ways to foster leadership and make a positive difference in the lives of women in the community?  On April 11, 2006, College of the Canyons will host a women's leadership conference from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the COC campus. Conference project leaders invite individual community leaders and organizations to contribute to this cause by becoming sponsors and exhibitors.