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Lockheed Player of the Week

Congratulations, Kris Rincon of Canyon High for being “Player of the Week”.
 
Kris Rincon had 13 points and 13 rebounds in the Canyon Cowboys 58-44 win over the
Valencia Vikings in boys basketball on Tuesday, February 7th.  The victory allowed the Cowboys to share first place with the Vikings in the Foothill League.
 
Rincon was the Canyon Cowboys leading scorer, 15.1 points per game, re-bounder and defender in boys basketball this season.  He played an important role in the Cowboys

Lockheed Player of the Week

Congratulations, Kris Rincon of Canyon High for being “Player of the Week”.
 
Kris Rincon had 13 points and 13 rebounds in the Canyon Cowboys 58-44 win over the
Valencia Vikings in boys basketball on Tuesday, February 7th.  The victory allowed the Cowboys to share first place with the Vikings in the Foothill League.
 
Rincon was the Canyon Cowboys leading scorer, 15.1 points per game, re-bounder and defender in boys basketball this season.  He played an important role in the Cowboys

Green Groups Take Aim at Army Corps

Environmentalists:  Insufficient impact studies being performed along the Santa Clara River.Three environmental groups filed suit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, saying insufficient impact studies are being done for development along the Santa Clara River. 

Court Upholds Cemex Ruling

Judges deny city's appeal just three days after initial hearing.A panel of judges has denied the city of Santa Clarita's appeal of a May 2004 federal consent decree that green-lighted Cemex Corp.'s proposed mine in Soledad Canyon. 

Ewart Family Weekly Update

Here’s the latest weekly update on the Ewart Family. In the early morning on Tuesday, December 20th, fire destroyed their Valencia home. Six family members were in the house at the time, three were seriously injured and sent to the Grossman Burn Center.  David and Michael Ewart were in the most serious condition.

City Looking for Poll Workers

The City of Santa Clarita is currently seeking civic-minded individuals to serve as precinct workers on election day, Tuesday, April 11, 2006.
Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm and workers are asked to arrive a half an hour early on election day and may need to stay as late as 9:00 p.m. Pay for an inspector is $75 and for a Clerk is $55. An additional $25 will be paid to precinct workers who attend a training session to be held at City Hall during the afternoon on March 27, 2006.
 

9th District Court of Appeals Finds Cemex Consent Decree “Fundamentally Fair”

A three-member panel of the 9th District Court of Appeals issued a ruling late Friday, upholding the Consent Decree between Los Angeles County and Cemex, writing that it is “fundamentally fair, adequate and reasonable.”
 
Santa Clarita presented its case which centered around the issue of pre-emption of state and local authority by the federal government.
 
“The City contends that the federal government does not have sole jurisdiction over matters which have an impact on the local community,” said Mayor Laurene Weste.

Parenting Workshop

The City of Santa Clarita would like to invite all local parents and guardians to a free parenting workshop, to be held on Thursday, February 16, 2006 at 7:00 pm in the City Council Chambers on the first floor of City Hall. The workshop, entitled, “What Happened to My Sweet Child? Understanding the Difficult Stage of Adolescence” is aimed at helping parents and guardians improve their communication skills with their teenage children.
 

Kings Defeat Stars 6-5!

Scoring four points in the final period, the Los Angeles Kings defeated the Dallas Stars 6-5.  Tune in to Your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS on Thursday, March 2nd at 7:00 pm as the Kings host the Wild.

Memorial Pays Tribute to ‘Lives Cut Short’

On an unseasonably warm and sunny February morning, nearly 300 residents gathered in a corner of Central Park in Saugus on Saturday to pay tribute to lost loved ones.