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Making Santa Clarita An Enterprise Zone

Workshops designed to boost both new and existing businesses

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Hometown Sports Report 9-24-07

By: Mike Jaffe of the Sports Reporter

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Street Art Festival Coming Back To Downtown Newhall

By Bob Kellar, Mayor Pro-tem, City of Santa Clarita

Cowboy Festival Earns Two International Awards

Awards commend promotion of event

The City of Santa Clarita’s Cowboy Festival received two Pinnacle awards for promotional materials used during the 2007 festival from the prestigious International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) /Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards Ceremony held at the IFEA’s 52nd Annual Convention & Expo. The awards were presented at the organization’s awards ceremony, September19, 2007 in Atlanta, Georgia.


McKeon Pushing Earmark Transparency

He is working to get a vote on the matter

Dodgers Take Loss

The Dodgers lost again to the Diamondbacks, 6-2.

You can hear the next game, September 23rd, starting at 1pm. The Dodgers play the Arizona again, and it can be heard live only on KHTS.




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Power Outages Reported In Santa Clarita

Outages are believed to be weather related

UPDATE:  KHTS has received reports of power outages in the Santa Clarita Valley. As of 2pm Saturday, Edison had restored power to most of the effected areas  - including residents in the community of Friendly Valley in Newhall who had been without service since midnight Saturday.  These scattered outages were weather related and Edison crews worked through the afternoon to restore service. 

COC Welcomes Public To New Campus

New Canyon Country campus set to open on October 6th

ImageEven though the College of the Canyons Canyon Country Campus has already been holding classes for a number of weeks, college officials are inviting the community to an Opening Celebration, to tour and visit the $34 million new facility.