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Red Cross Volunteer Orientation In SCV!

American Red Cross will be conducting a volunteer orientation at 6:30 pm on Thursday Nov. 30, 2006 at Fire Station #126 in Santa Clarita. This is our chance to support the efforts of the Red Cross in our community by volunteering your time and skills and help make Santa Clarita disaster ready and trained in lifesaving skills.

For info. please call (323) 780-7666 or email

City Council Approves Panel Members to Interview Smyth’s Replacement

At last night’s City Council meeting, City Manager Ken Pulskamp presented 16 names to sit on the 3 public panels that will interview candidates vying for Cameron Smyth’s council seat.

The panel selections were approved by the council, and the names are as follows:

City to Select New SCV Sheriff’s Captain

The City of Santa Clarita was given the names of three Sheriff captains from which to select the new Santa Clarita Valley Station captain.  The three captains are: Ed Rogner, currently assigned to contract law; Steve Johnson, currently assigned to major crimes; and Anthony La Berge, currently assigned to transit services, south bureau.  Currently, City Manager Ken Pulskamp is working on a process to select the new station captain.  In the past, this process has included a community panel.

Food Pantry Gets Window Shot Out

Sometime either Saturday night or Sunday morning, the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry had its windows shot out by a pellet gun.

This is the second reporting of such an incident in the downtown Newhall area in a week's time, and Sheriff’s Deputies are hoping to catch the perpetrator soon.

City Trails Meeting To Discuss Next Years Budget

Wednesday is an important Parks Recreation & Community Services Study Session, where all the projects to be included in next year's City budget will be discussed.

Any parties interested in having the budget include the Sand Canyon Back Bone Trail System must be present to say so or there will not be much of a chance for it to be included. It needs to be ranked very high to receive funding.

The more folks that show up, the better the chances are!

Providence Volunteers Campaign for Safe Surrender Baby Program

                “Give Every Baby A Chance”.  This is the message that the TriValley Area Council of Hospital Volunteers (TVAC) is spreading throughout the Antelope, Santa Clarita

The Kings beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2

On Monday, the LA Kings beat the New Jersey Devils in a shootout 3-2.  Keep it tuned to KHTS for more LA Kings Hockey.

16 People Apply For City Council Seat

A total of 16 City residents have turned in applications to be considered for appointment to the Santa Clarita City Council by today’s 5 p.m. deadline. Residents wishing to be considered for appointment needed to complete an application and present signatures from 25 registered voters in the City.

COC Plans Move Quickly After Measure M

To the overwhelming majority of residents that passed Measure M on November 7th, they perceived it as great support for the future of College of the Canyons. The future, however, already appears to be here, as COC wasted no time in planning for their new buildings.

With the groundbreaking of the new University Center and the expansion of the Library already in motion thanks to another measure; 1D and fundraising, COC has hired architects to begin designing their first building at the Canyon Country campus.

Sheriff Station Commander Will Not Return

            Captain Patti Minutello will not be returning to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriffs Station and will instead be reassigned to a yet-to-be-determined place in the L.A. County Sheriffs Department after serving at the Santa Clarita Valley station for nearly four years.