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The Time is Now to Register at COC!

As of December 12, students can register for both the new Winter Session and the Spring Semester at College of the Canyons, with an extended fee deadline until Friday January 13. Registration details are as follows:

Sheriffs to conduct D.U.I. checkpoint

The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station will be conducting a D.U.I. checkpoint on Friday, December 16th from 7:00 p.m. through 3:00 a.m. Saturday morning. The goal of the checkpoint is to educate the community on the hazards of drunken driving while enforcing the D.U.I. laws of the State of California. The checkpoint is an ongoing attempt to safely remove drunken drivers from our streets. The location of the checkpoint will address concerns based on D.U.I. activity in that area.

Kings lose 3-2

The Los Angeles Kings lost tonight against the Washington Capitols.  Throughout the game penalties plagued both teams.  Late in the 3rd period the Capitols scored preventing the Kings from possibly taking the win in overtime.  Tune in to your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS, this Friday the 16th at 7:00pm for more exciting Los Angeles Kings Hockey. 

Water Agency OKs Option for Expansion

Committee votes to move forward with $1.5 million project that will add 3,500 square feet to building.The administration building of the Santa Clarita Water Division's one step closer to expansion.  Get the facts in Wednesday's Signal.

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations Tyler Hawkins of Canyon High School for being a “Player of the Week”.
 
The Canyon Cowboys defeated the Hart Indians 21-13 to win the 2005 CIF-Southern Section Division II Championship.  Tyler Hawkins, first team All-Foothill League selection as a linebacker, blocked a Hart extra point to lead the Cowboys defense.
 
Congratulations Tyler from Lockheed Federal Credit Union and KHTS AM-1220!
 
For his efforts, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the Canyon High School booster club.

City Heading Weste

Councilwoman takes mayoral gavel from Smyth, looking forward to 'a great year' for Santa Clarita.After the oath of office was recited in front of the city seal, the gavel was passed Tuesday to Laurene Weste, making her mayor of Santa Clarita for 2006.

Single Mother Shot, Killed by Ex-boyfriend

Man then turns gun on self; woman had a temporary restraining order; leaves behind two sons.A 55-year-old man fatally shot his former girlfriend before turning the gun on himself Monday at the woman's home in Acton...  Get the whole story in Wednesday's Signal.

Maintenance Approved for Pico Canyon Road

To provide the best possible service to the public in a cost-effective manner, a contract with Alma Gardening Company will include monthly landscape maintenance services along the Pico Canyon Road Median, announced Mayor Michael D. Antonovich. The maintenance will cover the Pico Canyon Road Median from approximately 170 feet west of Whispering Oaks Road to Stevenson Ranch Parkway in the Santa Clarita Valley. 

Pinecrest School Donates More than 600 Toys for CHP Drive

Dozens of students clapped and cheered as California Highway Patrol officers made an appearance at Pinecrest School in Valencia on Monday and carted away hundreds of gifts the children had donated to the CHP’s toy drive. Pincerest’s 225 students collected more than 600 toys for the drive, said Judy James a teacher and Student Council advisor with the school. In addition, the teachers, staff and student council bought six bicycles for the children.
 

This story can be found in today’s Signal Newspaper.

Race for Council to Begin Monday

In addition to the nomination of a new mayor tonight and the city’s 18th birthday this weekend, the race for the 2006 Santa Clarita City Council election begins this month. Three seats on the City Council need to be filled for next year and the filing period for interested residents opens Monday. Incumbents Frank Ferry, Marsha McLean and Laurene Weste are completing their four year term. The filing period closes Jan. 13 and the Election will be held April11. The Elected council members will be sworn into office April 25.