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Dodgers and Angels Tie 6-6

On Friday night, the Dodgers and Angels ended game one of their preseason freeway series, tied 6-6, when the game was called after seven innings due to rain.  You can catch game two of the series on KHTS, tomorrow night at 6:30pm.

COC and Signal Present the ‘Spring 2006 Job & Career Fair

The Signal Newspaper and College of the Canyons bring you the ‘Spring 2006 Job & Career Fair’ to be held on Wednesday, April 5, 2006, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The event will be held on the College of the Canyons Central campus. Other sponsors include the College of the Canyon’s Associated Students Government, the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, A-1 Party, Star 98.7, the Egg Plantation Restaurant and Castaic Lake Water Agency.

Kings Lose 4-0

The Kings suffered another devastating loss tonight against the Edmonton Oilers.  Chances are running out for the Kings to make it into the playoffs.  Tune in to you Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS for all the latest information on your Los Angeles Kings.

Bill to Help Community Colleges Build Facilities Passes Senate Committee

Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) has joined forces with Senator Denise Ducheny (D-San Diego) with legislation to eliminate unnecessary and costly building regulations for community colleges. "California's community colleges are vital to our educational system and to our communities.  This legislation will allow community colleges to build and modernize their facilities faster and with fewer unnecessary regulatory hurdles," said Senator Runner.

Golden Valley Turns Saturday School Into Student Learning Experience

Students at Golden Valley High School who walked off campus last Monday in an immigration reform protest are accepting the consequences with equanimity, according to Principal Jacque Snyder.  Saturday School session, the district’s standard consequence for truancy, is being turned into a learning experience for students to become more familiar with the immigration bills they were protesting.

Fallen Deputy Remembered as Free Spirit

Sheriff calls motorcycle officer who died in a traffic collision last week, an American hero.

More than 1,000 family members, friends, colleagues, & lawmakers honored Wednesday the life of an Agua Dulce sheriff's deputy who died last week in an Antelope Valley traffic collision.

New Transit Maintenance Facility Opens April 4th

The City of Santa Clarita City Council will be joined by Mayor Frank Roberts of Lancaster, and the City’s MTA representative, in celebrating the grand opening of the City’s new Transit Maintenance Facility in the Rye Canyon Industrial Park.  The event will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 11 a.m. at the new site located at 28250 Constellation Road (at Alta Vista Drive). The Transit Maintenance Facility is a state of the art “green” building, which allows the City to house, maintain and clean its fleet of buses, saving the City over $1 million annually.

Non-city Residents to Pay More

Council OKs charging people living in unincorporated areas an additional amount for parks, facilities, programs... 

After heated exchanges on the tail end of a five-hour meeting, the Santa Clarita City Council voted Tuesday to charge residents of unincorporated Los Angeles County a higher price for city-developed parks, facilities, & programs.

Kings lose 2-1

The Los Angeles Kings lost 2-1 tonight against the Calgary Flames.  Craig Conroy scored the only goal for the Kings.  In the third period the Kings pulled their goalie putting as much pressure to score as possible but to no success.  Tune in at 5:30pm tomorrow night when the Kings take on the Edmonton Oilers, right here on your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS. 

Breakfast with the Gibbons Fundraiser April 8th

Saturday, April 8th, visit the non-profit Gibbon Conservation Center dedicated to preserving the endangered small ape. A guided tour begins at 10 am of the largest group of gibbons (including infants) in the Western Hemisphere by founder Alan Mootnick with a question & answer session. A light breakfast is included. There is also a gift shop and silent auction (cash or check only). In the morning, the gibbons usually sing their haunting territorial call, a truly fantastic and unforgettable experience!