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Buck McKeon Announces Resignation Of District Director

Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon announced today the resignation of his long time District Director, Scott Wilk.


Anti-DUI Program Aims to Prevent Holiday Tragedy

In an effort to prevent drinking and driving throughout the holidays, the City of Santa Clarita, in conjunction with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, will launch a new anti-DUI campaign this holiday season.

The holiday campaign will incorporate a multi-media approach towards getting the word about the ills of driving under the influence. Print advertisements, radio spots and television advertisements are all components of the City’s information effort.

Master Chorale to Take Stage at Performing Arts Center

The Santa Clarita Master Chorale will perform “Holiday Lights” on Sunday, December 3rd at the COC Performing Arts Center. The Choral is composed of 50 of the most talented singers in Santa Clarita, and their show will feature a wide range of Holiday classics. Tickets run from $14 to $26 and are on sale now.

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SCV Bank Elects Martin To Board

Santa Clara Valley Bank (SCVBank; OTC BB: SCVE.OB) has announced the election of long-time Santa Clarita CPA and resident Terry Martin to its Board of Directors.


Kings Win 3-1

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21st Annual Henry Mayo Tree Lighting Set for December 3rd

On Sunday, December 3rd, Henry Mayo will continue its traditional Community Tree Lighting.

The event starts at with some holiday entertainment, refreshments, letters to Santa, and face painting.

Santa will be making a visit at and each family will get to take a picture with jolly St. Nick free of charge.

Kings Lose 5-2

On Friday night, the Kings lost to the Dallas Stars 5-2.

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Antonovich Reacts To LA City Forming Its Own County

Los Angeles

County Mayor Michael D.  Antonovich released the following statement:


“The City of

High School Football Scores

Hart beats St. Bonaventure 27-14.  Click here for more scores.

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