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Left Turns A "No No" At New COC Campus

Motorists cited for speeding, making left turns while exiting new COC Canyon Country Campus

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Illegal Party At Business Brings Hundreds

Fight leads to arrests, citations


ImageOn Friday night, two hundred people showed up for a party in Canyon Country. Only the party wasn’t at a home, it was at a local business.


Santa Clarita deputies are reporting that a resident in the area flagged patrol units down to tell them about a fight happening in the parking lot of Canyon Gifts and Payment Center, on Soledad Canyon Road.

Henry Mayo Goes Back To Council Tonight

Heated debate continues

Tonight, the Santa Clarita City Council returns from their summer break. The transition back into regular meetings, though, will not be easy.


Chamber CEO Appointed To Governor's Commission

Larry Mankin to help write economic strategy for California

Larry Mankin, 59, of Santa Clarita, has been appointed to the California Economic Strategy Panel.


COC Canyon Country Opens, Expect Traffic Delays

Drivers advised to plan extra time 

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Learn How To Protect Yourself From A Disaster

Half Day program teaches preparedness

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Student Bus Riders Have New Conduct Rules

City and Hart School District Partner to Launch New Discipline Procedures

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Zaca Fire Still Burning, Hwy 33 Re-Opens

Firefighters make progress as important highway is re-opened

With over 240,000 acres burned, the Zaca fire is one of the biggest Southern California fires in recent years. The fire is burning in the Los Padres National Forest, with smoke often times visible from the Santa Clarita Valley.


Highway 33 was forced to close due to flames along the roadway, however that closure has now been lifted. Traffic is allowed in both directions.


A recommended evacuation has been noted for Ozena, north to the Ventura/Santa Barbara county line.

COC To Offer Speech Pathology

New classes to start now


In anticipation of COC’s new Speech Pathology Assistant program, which should be approved soon, the college is offering a sneak peek.

Two Speech Pathology courses are being offered now, for those who are interested in the field.

Boy Scouts Celebrate Grand Opening Of New SCV Service Center

2nd annual Leaders of Character Gala fundraiser set for October

Story and Photos by Margie Anne Clark

"On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law: To help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong; mentally awake and morally straight.”
– The Scout Oath