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Awards to Honor Local Advertising Excellence

Creative genius. Intense competition. Gold statues.  The Oscars?   Nope, it’s the ADDYs. Sponsored by the American Advertising Federation, the ADDY Awards are the world’s largest and arguably toughest advertising competition.  And, for the first time ever, they’re coming to Santa Clarita, thanks to a newly formed professional group for those in the advertising industry. Formed in January, Advertising Professionals of North Los Angeles County (AdPros) is among the newest of the AAF’s 210 local affiliate chapters. 

County Paves Way for Selling of Pot for Medicinal Use

Ordinance prohibits growing of marijuana plants but allows sale of edible form at dispensaries.

Medical marijuana dispensaries now have the green light to opening up in unincorporated regions of Los Angeles County. 

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Pet First Aid Program at the Valencia Library April 2, 2006

Denise Fleck, from Sunny-dog Ink, will present a program about basic steps your can use to provide better care for your pet on Sunday, April 2nd, 2006 from 3 PM to 4 PM at the Valencia Library. Ms. Fleck teaches classes about animal care through the Los Angeles area. She has trained with the Red Cross and Pet Tech, Inc. She has taught classes for doggy day care centers, kitty hotels and pet stores as well as teaching classes through the L.A. Mission College Extension Program for guide and therapy dog trainers and animal response teams.

Interstate 5 in Castaic to Receive New Guard Rails

After conducting a traffic investigation requested by Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich, Caltrans has announced that approximately 2,500 feet of new metal beam guard railing will be installed along Interstate 5 between Parker Road and Hasley Canyon Road in the Castaic area.

Wife Pleads Not Guilty to Murder

Deputy district attorney says handgun, pipe were used to kill Ramon Castro...

A Canyon Country woman accused of murdering her husband pled not guilty Wednesday to one count of first degree murder & conspiracy in the death of her spouse.

‘Too Toxic to Trash Roundup’ April 8th

Dispose of household hazardous waste and e-waste the right way on Saturday, April 8th, 2006 9AM to 3PM at the College of the Canyons south parking lot. 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road in Valencia.
The ‘Too Toxic to Trash Roundup’ is brought to you by the County of Los Angeles and presented by the Department of Public Works and Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County in cooperation with the cities of Santa Clarita, Palmdale and Lancaster.

Another Power Outage Hits Canyon Country

Another power outage in Canyon Country impacts over 1400 customers...

Southern California Edison reports a power outage affecting 1483 customers in the Canyon Country area of Santa Clarita. Power was lost at approximately 6:13pm, with the cause currently unknown. The power outage affects customers who live East of Sierra Highway, west of Sheldon, north of Grommon Way, and south of Sierra Highway.

I-5 Freeway at Templin Highway – Storm Related Lane Closure

Caltrans announces that one lane of the southbound Golden State Freeway (I-5) at Templin Highway will be closed at approximately 5 p.m. today, due to storm-related pavement damage.  Templin Highway is located approximately five miles north of Castaic along the southern portion of the Grapevine.
Three southbound lanes and three northbound lanes of I-5 are open to motorists.  

County Proposes Plan to Combat Homelessness

Officials to vote next month on creation of housing program.

With a January report saying there are more than 88,000 homeless people across Los Angeles County, officials have released a $100 million plan to aggressively combat the problem. 

Independent Filmmaker Goes International

Between grading student papers and projects, it is a wonder how College of the Canyons animation department chair Sheila Sofian manages to make time to feed her creative urges. But all the work has paid off, as her fifth independent film “A Conversation with Haris” has been invited to participate in Fundacia “La Caixa,” a contemporary art and animation exhibit in Spain and France during June 2006 until April 2007. “I am really excited and honored to have my film included in this exhibition among artists such as William Kentridge and Philip Hunt,” said Sofian.