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City Wins Public Information Honors

City Receives Three Awards.
ImageThe City of Santa Clarita received three awards as part of the California Association for Public Information Officer’s (CAPIO) annual Excellence in Communications Awards Ceremony last month at the Tenaya Lodge in Yosemite, California.

 

SCV Swimmers Rank In Top Five

Local finals a big success for locals.

Last April, the City of Santa Clarita’s Santa Clarita Aquatic Center hosted the 2007 Southern Pacific Master Association Short Course Yards Finals Swim Meet, which featured the Santa Clarita Masters Swim Club.

 

The Santa Clarita Masters Swim Club (SCMC), which began in 2003, had its most successful competition ever, finishing third overall with 760 points.

           

"Biggest Losers" Are Biggest Winners In Hart District

            Weight loss contest  is big success.

            The William S. Hart Union High School District is more than a ton and a half lighter this month, following a 12-week Big Loser District Challenge organized by district nurse Alison Schmidt.

 

            Schmidt came up with the idea just before the winter holidays and sent a district-wide challenge, expecting 40 or 50 people to join a weight loss competition. The program drew a total of 260 employees, who contributed $20 each to the prize fund and divided up into 10-member teams for the challenge.

Dodgers Lose 6-4

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the Atlanta Braves on Sunday afternoon 6-4.  They will now head to Florida to open up a four-game series with the Marlins on Monday.  You can hear all the action, Monday beginning at 3:30pm on KHTS.

Runner Bill To Pay For Sex Predator Screenings

Law makes it mandatory to screen predators before releasing from prison. 

ImageSenator George Runner’s (R-Antelope Valley) legislation will provide the funding that is needed to implement the strengthened Sexually Violent Predator program. These new public safety requirements in Proposition 83-Jessica’s Law were passed by the voters in the November 2006 election.

 

Hit A Home Run, Show You Care

Below is a special message from Theresa Washburn:

“Almost 2 yrs. ago the doctor's didn't expect me to make it through the day with the severe flare up of Lupus. I believe that even if they say "Kim you have 6 mo., I will strive for more."

 

“I wake up some days and can't get out of bed. There times I feel OK but exhausted that I can't move or go on another day. But I have my family: Tony, Matthew and Melissa to keep me going. I wish I wasn't sick but it had made me appreciate everything in life."

 

Nutter, Crawford Are Man And Woman Of The Year

Winners crowned for their public service.

Friday evening, most of Santa Clarita’s most remarkable volunteers gathered to pay homage to a select few, nominated for Man and Woman of the Year.

 

Twenty four locals were nominated for the award; however, at the end of the night, only two could take the title.

 

Those two were Greg Nutter and Jeanna Crawford.

 

KHTS would like to congratulate Mr. Nutter and Mrs. Crawford.

 

US Secretary Of Education Looks At COC

Margaret Spellings learns about new University Center.

In a day that saw Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney come to town, another federally focused individual made a stop in Santa Clarita to check out College of the Canyon’s University Center.

 

U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings met Friday with COC Superintendent Dr. Dianne Van Hook, Congressman Buck McKeon, and a host of other College of the Canyons officials.

 

Dodgers Win 6-3

The Dodgers took the second game in the three game set agains the Braves by winning 6-3.The series will conclude tomorrow.  The coverage will begin at 9:30 am on Your Hometown Station, AM 1220, KHTS!

Dodgers Lose To The Braves

 The Dodgers lost to the Braves on Friday night 4-0.
 You can hear the next game live May 5, against Atlanta on KHTS at 3:30PM.