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BREAKING NEWS: SCV Files Lawsuit Against Pedophile

Jack McClellan, a self confessed pedophile is becoming more brazen

Jack McClellanThis morning, admitted pedophile Jack McClellan was on television not once but twice for two live interviews on the Fox Network. There, hiding behind sunglasses he described why he prefers pre-pubescent girls and why he hosts a website that rates the best places to watch pretty young girls.

 

Theatre Project Finds Local Success

Salon series continues to bring musical theatre company to Santa Clarita

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The Younger Family hosted the night

The Theatre Project SCV held another of its Salon Performances Sunday night at the Younger Family home.

 

Mock Explosions To Take Place Tonight

Residents asked to stay calm

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Dodgers Surpass 3.5 Million Mark In Ticket Sales

Dodgers set new attendance record.

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced today that they have surpassed the 3.5-million mark in ticket sales for the 2007 season and by doing so, the club beat last year’s record which was the fastest they have hit that mark since 1992.  The Dodgers are the only Southern California team to have reached 3.5 million fans in a single season.

 

Recycling For Life

How your cans and bottles can help make a difference

This Saturday, August 4th from 9:00am-11:00am will be the third and final Recycle for Life event of the summer in honor of Evan Hutchison.

 

This event will once again be held at Highlands Elementary.

 

All empty beverage containers are needed to help raise money for the Evan Hutchison Fund. 

 

Heart Patient Looks To Take Part In 5-K Run/Walk

Local man feels prepared

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As John March worked in the yard of his Valencia home on Saturday, August 7, 2004, he felt what seemed like a bad bout of indigestion.
 
March went inside his house, took an aspirin and then a bath to try to relieve his discomfort. As he rose from the tub, he noticed his energy progressively depleting.

Mercado-Fortine Will Run For Re-Election

Hart board incumbent hoping to sit for another term

As the W.S. Hart High School Board election nears, the two incumbents who currently hold the seats up for vote have announced their plans to run for re-election.

 

Gloria Mercado-Fortine is one of them, having held a spot on the Board for two non-consecutive terms so far.

 

Mercado-Fortine is an educational administrator.

 

According to her, dealing with the District’s financial overruns is an important task that still needs to be completed.

 

Road Work Ahead For Sand Canyon Road

From now until November, Sand Canyon Road will be under construction.

 

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Local Girl Wins UCI World Championship

7 year-old Madison Martinez wins the World Championships in Canada.

 

McKeon Pulls In Money For Palmdale Transportation Center

Mayor to use funds for parking lot expansion

Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon announced that $250,000 has been included in the House-passed Transportation-HUD Appropriations bill for the Palmdale Transportation Center’s parking facilities.  The Center opened in April 2005 and has been providing citizens a regional transportation hub offering connections between Antelope Valley Transit Authority local and commuter bus service, Metrolink commuter rail service, Santa Clarita Transit bus service, Greyhound bus service and Amtrak Throughway bus service.