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School's Back In Session

Hart District resumes classes

Theatre Project To Offer Paid Internships

Two grants lead to new opportunities

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Dodgers Win 15-3

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Dodgers Stay Behind

They lost the game to the Phillies.

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Teenager Seriously Injured In Boating Accident

Boat runs over young jet skier.


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SCV Youth Project Invites Community to 1st Poker Tournament

Proceeds to Benefit SCVYP’s Outreach, Ongoing Campus Programs

By Margie Anne Clark

 

Zaca Fire Advances Towards Hwy 33 Near Frazier Park

Road Closure and Precautionary Evacuations Ordered

Fire crews from the Los Padres National Forest, Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles County continue to battle the Zaca fire which to date has consumed 188,035 acres.

The Zaca fire broke out in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara on July 4th. Currently, the fire is 75 percent contained with full containment expected by September 7th.

Tips For Internet Safety

Although the internet is a great resource, if not used correctly and carefully, it could be a potential danger for children.

 

Within the past years, Instant Messaging, Myspace, Facebook, email, and blogs have become increasingly popular with kids.  Now a days, almost every child has a myspace, because it is considered a necessity for popularity in schools.  

Flood Of Books Sparks Flood Of Thanks

After a local book drive resulted in huge donations and thousands of books, children from Lousiana express their thanks

 

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After Houma, Louisiana, was hit by Hurricane Rita, life for residents significantly changed.  Houses were destroyed, trees were ripped out, and public buildings were ruined. 

 

McLean Takes Helm For League Of Cities

Mayor Also Chairs Statewide Community Services Policy Committee