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Indian Museum in the Works for Newhall

Cultural center would be located in the Rivendale property, near Towsley Canyon.The Santa Clarita Parks, Recreation, & Community Services Commission received an update on goals for the coming year this week, & part of that could include an Indian museum & cultural center in Newhall.  See the complete story in Thursday's Signal.

SCV Home Sales Slowing Down

Realtors group says drop due to rising interest rates & seasonal factors.Sales of existing single-family homes in the Santa Clarita Valley dropped off more than 15 percent in October.  See the facts in Thursday's Signal.

Give Blood, Get Free Gas

Valencia Shell and KHTS AM-1220 Radio have teamed up for a Thanksgiving Blood Drive, today at the Shell Station on the corner of Valencia Blvd. and McBean Parkway.

SCV Historical Society Accepts Eagle Scout Project

The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society will accept the finished product of an Eagle Scout project from Richard Courtney. 

18th Annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair at COC

College of the Canyons Classified Coordinating Council’s 18th annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair will showcase handcrafted items throughout California on the weekend of Nov. 19 and 20. The wide variety of items will include: cell phone charms, children’s books, clothes, quilts, handmade soy candles, decorated tabletop holiday trees, hand-cut steel silhouette wall hangings, prepared fossils and minerals; tie-dyed clothing for babies, children, adults and dogs.

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations Michael Herrick of Valencia High School for being a “Player of the Week”.
In the history of California high school football, Michael Herrick is the all-time career passing yardage leader.  In the game against Saugus High, in which Valencia won 34-7, Herrick’s 272 yards on 13 of 24 passes and two touchdowns gave the Valencia High School senior a career total of 10,003 yards.  He became the first high school player to pass 10,000 yards.  Herrick reached the record on the last play of the game when he threw a 47 yard pass. 

Man Found Dead in Ravine off Interstate 5

A man and his dog were found dead in a ravine off Lake Hughes Road near Interstate 5 in Castaic. The 59-year-old Lake Elizabeth Man was most likely on his way to work in Canoga Park on Monday, when, for unknown reasons, his vehicle veered off Lake Hughes Road and Slid down a 200-foor ravine, said California Highway Patrol Officer Wendy Hahn. The man’s name is being withheld until his next of kin can be notified. The man’s co-workers began looking for him Tuesday when he did not show up for work two days in a row.

Woman Arrested at Gunpoint

Valencia woman was arrested at gunpoint in front of a Valencia gas station Tuesday in connection with a murder investigation in Northern California, an official said. Stephanie Riley, 47, of Valencia, was arrested for a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear, said sheriff’s Lt. Brenda Cambra.

Parents Speak Out on School Punishments

More than 25 parents packed a room at Meadows Elementary School where some aired their frustration with a disciplinary policy they say is too harsh. At a normally quiet Parent Teacher Students Association meeting Monday night, some mothers and fathers spoke of their objections to the school’s blue and white slip and “no daylight” policies. Students at Meadows receive blue slips for behavioral infractions and are given white slips for not being prepared for class, not having homework completed, forgetting homework at home and being disorganized.

City Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for Youth Memorial

The City of Santa Clarita and the Blue Ribbon Task Force invite the community to the groundbreaking ceremony for the Blue Ribbon Youth Memorial, scheduled for Friday, November 18, at 4:00 p.m. in Central Park, Saugus. The event is being organized by members of the Visions in Progress Youth Advisory Committee.