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Mayor Corrects "Simple Mistake"

Kellar Files Amended Financial Forms.


Individual transaction disclosure may hinge on established privilege.



Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar filed amended Statement of Economic Interest forms for 2002, 2003 and 2004 with the City Clerk today.

“It was a simple mistake. I believed I was filling these out properly, but apparently there is one section of the form that was incomplete,” Kellar said. “I was too busy and didn’t take the proper time to fill out the form.”


Holy Cross Reception To Feature Renowned Artist

Armenian artist Shmavon Shmavonian donates piece.

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Assemblyman Smyth Will Pursue Student's Legislation

Simi Valley student is the winner of Smyth’s “Write A Bill” challenge.  Assemblyman Cameron Smyth honored Shawn Sage of Royal High School in Simi Valley Friday, as the winner of the Assemblyman’s “Write a Bill Challenge.”
In December, Assemblyman Smyth asked local high school students in his district to submit ideas for legislation as part of the “Write a Bill Challenge”.   He received hundreds of ideas.  

Students Get Seussed

Read Across America celebrated throughout Santa Clarita schools.


Santa Clarita elementary school students are having a week-long birthday celebration for a very special writer – Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Along with silly hats and tongue-twisting words, the celebration also gives adults a chance to impart their love of reading to young children.

Detectives Investigating Val Verde Shooting Death

One dead, one injured after shooting at party.


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Sheriff Deputies Overshoot Goals

Special Olympics get nearly triple what they had hoped for in Tip-A-Hero event.


Customers of the Elephant Bar might have wondered why there was a sheriff’s patrol car parked on the grass, but the mystery was solved once they went through the front doors. A large group of smiling men and women wearing badges and waiter’s aprons welcomed diners and actually helped the regular wait staff with pouring beverages and clearing tables to raise money for charity.


Creative Competition To Announce Winners

AdPros hosts annual awards dinner to honor best work of 2007.

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Brush Clearance Limits Examined By LA County

Supervisors seeing how effective Senate bill would be. 

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Golden Valley Bridge Set To Close For A Week

Drivers should plan ahead to avoid traffic delays.

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Arthritis Walk Takes First Step

Valencia Acura hosts Arthritis Walk Kick Off Party.