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Hart and Canyon Win, Head to Championship!

On Tuesday night, the Hart girls basketball team beat Pasadena 51-48 in their Semifinal game heard on KHTS.  In the other girls Semifinal, Canyon beat J.W. North 56-55 in overtime.  Hart and Canyon advance to the Championship game, which will be on Friday or Saturday night (to be determined by the CIF), and KHTS will bring you the action.

COC Receives $75,000 Grant as Part of President Bushs Competitiveness Agenda

  College of the Canyons has been selected to receive a grant of $75 thousand over three years as part of a major project designed to develop innovative approaches to education and workforce development that go beyond traditional strategies of training workers for current jobs. College of the Canyons is one of a number of organizations that will be working with the California Space Authority on a project that is intended to stimulate the creation and sustainability of high-skill, high-wage opportunities for American workers within their regional economies.
           

Lockheed Player of the Week

 Congratulations, Taylor Lilley of Hart High for being a “Player of the Week”.
 
In the girls basketball CIF-Southern Section Division 1A game against Walnut High, Taylor Lilley of Hart had six 3-pointers and led with 26 points.  With her contribution, Hart won 77-32.  In the quarterfinals game, Hart High versus Perris High, 69-56, senior Lilley scored 17 points.
 
Congratulations, Taylor, from Lockheed Federal Credit Union and KHTS AM-1220!
 

Lockheed Player of the Week

 Congratulations, Taylor Lilley of Hart High for being a “Player of the Week”.
 
In the girls basketball CIF-Southern Section Division 1A game against Walnut High, Taylor Lilley of Hart had six 3-pointers and led with 26 points.  With her contribution, Hart won 77-32.  In the quarterfinals game, Hart High versus Perris High, 69-56, senior Lilley scored 17 points.
 
Congratulations, Taylor, from Lockheed Federal Credit Union and KHTS AM-1220!
 

Temporary Closure of San Francisquito Canyon Road

A planned two-week closure of San Francisquito Canyon Road between Santa Clarita & Green Valley will begin Wednesday, March 1st & continue through Wednesday, March 15th.

When the road reopens, traffic will be using a new, temporary two-lane bridge instead of the current single-lane structure.  The road closure's necessary to construct the two-lane bridge.   After the 15th, construction will continue at the bridge site that may cause traffic delays during daytime hours.

Runners Legislation To Restore Rates For Docs Is Signed By Governor This Week

Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) joint-authored urgency legislation with Senator Denise Ducheny (D-San Diego) to restore the Medi-Cal rates for physicians and medical providers implemented on January 1, 2006.

“Every time there is a cut in Medi-Cal rates for physicians, it decreases access and unfairly penalizes physicians who care for Medi-Cal patients,” said Senator George Runner. “This legislation will ensure that the rates will be restored.”

Ruth Gruber Exhibition Photographs as Witness, 1944-1947 At the COC Art Gall

The College of the Canyons Art Gallery is hosting a special exhibition featuring the work of author, journalist and photographer, Ruth Gruber. The exhibition titled, Ruth Gruber, Photographs as Witness, 1944-1947, includes 49 photographs documenting the challenges facing refugees living in World War II displaced persons' camps in Europe and the United States. Photographs from Gruber's renowned account, Haven, are included in the exhibition as well as the award winning PBS film of the same name.

Fire Destroys Blind Mans Home

Victim was cooking when flames broke out, gutting his mobile unit.A fire started by a blind man cooking sausages gutted a Canyon Country mobile home Sunday, leaving the man without a home, but receiving the charity of others. 

Man Found Dead in C.C. Bar

Victim appears to have been stabbed, is one of two assaults that occurred.A Canyon Country bar was the scene of a homicide investigation Sunday as detectives looked into the discovery of a dead man inside the establishment. 

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