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Honor Band Shows Their Stuff

Sulphur Springs School District showcases musical talent.

ImageLast night, KHTS aired two songs from the Sulphur Springs School District Honor Band.


The band, which is composed of some of the best musicians from around the district, played a live concert at the Westfield Valencia Town Center.


Newborn Safely Surrendered In SCV

Eighth child surrendered in LA County this year.  

ImageLos Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced that a newborn child was surrendered at Henry Mayo Hospital in the Santa Clarita Valley – the eighth Safe Surrender in Los Angeles County in 2007 and the 56th since the program was initiated six years ago.

AYSO Sign Ups Tonight

It's soccer sign-up time!



AYSO Region 678, serving young players in the Newhall, Valencia and the Stevenson Ranch/West Ranch areas, continues early registration for the fall 2007 season!


Possible Snag In Castaic High School Plans

Permit delays may set the project back.

The William S. Hart School District is crossing their fingers. They’re hoping that SunCal, the developer responsible for preparing the site for the new Castaic High School, can get through the Los Angeles County Planning stage without significant delays.


“We're ready to go,” said District Spokeswoman Pat Willett. “Now it’s its up to SunCal and the County.”


Dodgers Win 3-0

On Wednesday night, the LA Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies 3-0, in the final game of a three-game series.   After an off day on Thursday, the Dodgers will open up a series with the San Diego Padres on Friday night.  You can hear all of the action LIVE on KHTS, beginning with the pre-game show at 7:00pm.

Public Safety Record Earns Honors For Runner

Public safety is government’s “number one role.”

Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) was recognized for his work and commitment to improving public safety for California families and their children by the Chief Probation Officers of California and the law enforcement-supported organization Fight Crime: Invest in Kids. 


Runner was named 2007 Legislator of the Year by the Chief Probation Officers of California for his efforts to increase public safety.  


Small Business Seminar Offers Tips

Seminar to be held tomorrow at Chamber.

Tomorrow night from 6:00 to 8:00pm. The Chamber of Commerce will play host to a small business seminar.


The presentation will address common questions for those who have a small business like: facing increased costs of doing business, CAM charges, rent increases, competition, ways to save money, and the new advent of Santa Clarita being designated as an enterprise zone.


Reservations are requested, so if you’re interested, give the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce a call at 286-4118.

Unity Day To Bring Community Together

Earth Day theme to drive togetherness.

Unity Day is a day where the Hart District hopes to see members from all over this community come together at Golden Valley High School on Saturday, April 14th to share the day.


A pancake breakfast will kick off the day at 8:00am, and performances from some of the best musicians in the district will start at 9:00am and run until 12:00.


Earth Day is the theme of the day, even though Earth Day actually falls on the 22nd.


New Open Space Initiative Moves Forward

Council initiates formation of Preservation District.

ImageTuesday night, the City Council unanimously passed a resolution that effectively begins the process of forming an Open Space Preservation District.


Four Choral Groups In Concert At COC

May 19th performance is culmination of student work during spring semester.

The ancient Greek philosopher, Plato, once observed that “music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul.” Even though he was referring to the music we may not appreciate today, he hit upon an important universal truth. He could well be talking about the choral music that will fill the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center on May 19th.