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KHTS Endorses Kellar & Spierer

KHTS co-owner Carl Goldman with a KHTS Editorial:

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Local Athletes Up For SoCal Awards

Saugus CC team, former Valencia pitcher top their respective lists.  

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Kings Win 4-1

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VIA Fundraiser Makes Dollars And Sense

March 29 event to give guests hands-on learning experience while being entertained.


The Valley Industrial Association is holding a unique fundraiser to help high school juniors learn to manage their finances.


VIA In the Park, an evening of fun, food, education and entertainment, will be held at the Junior Achievement headquarters in Los Angeles from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, March 29.


Professional Golfers Hit The Links With John Q

Pro-Am sessions continue today.
Starting tomorrow, golf fans from Santa Clarita and beyond will get three days to see the professionals battle it out in the AT&T Champions Classic.


However, for two days before, some fans actually get out and play with the pros.


The Pro-Am sessions provide everyday people the chance to get on the course with three other friends and a professional AT&T Champions Classic participant.


Forest Department Opens Up Local Jobs

Job Fair Highlights Opportunities with U.S. Forest Service.

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Youth Of The Year Named

Boys And Girls Club honors Sarah Sheridan.

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Hart Teacher Recruitment Fair

This Saturday, teachers will be sought by local schools.


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Residents Bring Bullhorn To City Council Meeting

Massive turnout prompts discussion on recycling facility, neighborhood traffic.
Tuesday night’s Santa Clarita City Council meeting stretched past 12:30 a.m. after a tremendous number of residents showed up to voice their opinions regarding two separate community issues.


The first was not even on the Council’s agenda Tuesday night, but it involves a proposal by Burrtec Waste Industries to put a Materials Recovery Facility off of Sierra Highway near Golden Valley Rd.