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Antonovich Offers Rewards Regarding SCV Hate Crimes

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved Supervisor Antonovich’s motion to extend two $10,000 reward motions for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the hate crimes committed in the Santa Clarita Valley on Saturday, November 4th, 2006.

Sheriff’s deputies discovered obscenities spray-painted on a vehicle belonging to a Jewish family, including the word “Jews” and also discovered two swastikas spray-painted on a campus putting green at the Master’s College, a Christian liberal arts college.


Teacher Fair Set For March 10th

Credentialed teachers interested in a position with five local school districts are invited to attend the annual Teacher Recruitment Fair planned for March 10 at Rancho Pico Junior High School. There will also be workshops for prospective teachers who need information on earning their college degrees and credentials.


Lockheed Player Of The Week - Ryan Kuhn

Congratulations, Ryan Kuhn of Canyon High School for being “Players of the Week” – January 23, 2007. 

Kuhn, senior guard, had 13 points in the Cowboys loss to Hart High on Tuesday, but he followed that with 18 points in their win over Golden Valley High on Friday. 


Congratulations, Ryan Kuhn, from Lockheed Federal Credit Union, The Signal, and KHTS AM-1220!


For his performance, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the Canyon High School booster club.

Route 6 Reveals History Right In Front Of Us

ImageToday, Mayor Marsha McLean and Councilwoman Laurene Weste unveiled the new Historic Route 6 signs that are now in place along Sierra Highway. But this is not just any roadway. This one of the oldest, and the second longest highway in the United States; stretching from Provincetown, Massachusetts to Long Beach.

Two Hart Seniors Up For Presidential Award

Seth Winger and Elizabeth Tang, graduating seniors at William S. Hart High School, have been named as candidates in the 2007 Presidential Scholars Program.  The candidates were selected from nearly 2.8 million students expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in the year 2007.

COC Foundation Director Stepping Down

­­The College of the Canyons Foundation has announced the departure of its longtime executive director.

 Kathleen Maloney, who built the foundation from a small organization into a powerful fundraising group with more than 40 directors, is leaving the foundation after nearly 18 years.


Indians Top Vikings

On Tuesday night, the Hart Indians knocked off the Valencia Vikings, 72-65, in boys high school basketball action.  Tune in on Friday at 6:15pm, when Valencia will play Saugus LIVE on KHTS.

Kings Lose 4-1

The Los Angeles Kings lost to the Calgary Flames 4-1 on Tuesday night.  You can hear the Kings take on the Chicago Blackhawks, Thursday at 7:00pm on KHTS.

Recruiter Stirs Up Controversy At Canyon High

The parents of a 14 year old boy at Canyon High School are not happy about the fact that their son was talked to by an Air Force Recruiter in his Graphic Arts class without their knowledge.

This happened on Monday, and when their son came home and informed them they were shocked.

“I could understand if this was an ROTC class, but this was a Graphic Arts class,” said Linda Greening, mother of the boy.

Van Nuys Airport Crash Possibly Resulted From Open Door

The problem that sent a private jet into the ground just after takeoff at Van Nuys Airport on January 12th, may have been an open baggage door.


The plane ran into trouble just after takeoff, at which time witnesses claimed to have seen a cargo door open.

A new report into the matter looks to lend credence to that, noting that the baggage door’s locking mechanism was in the unlocked position.

Reports from Airport workers who saw the plane just before takeoff said that the door was closed, but once in the air it came open.