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Dodgers Fall 6-1

On Friday night the boys in blue fell to the Braves, 6-1.

You can hear the next game live, Saturday April 19th, starting at 12:15pm only on KHTS. The Dodgers will face Atlanta once again.






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Canyon Choir Going Down South

Southern (California) hospitality awaits.


On May 3rd, Canyon High School’s award winning choral program will treat you to a “Dinner at the Plantation”.  For a mere $30 ticket price, you can enjoy delightful melodies, delicious food, a silent auction and a down-home southern -California that is- hospitality. 


All the proceeds will benefit Canyon High’s music department, and tickets are on sale now.  So, make plans to attend the "Dinner at the Plantation" at the Egg Plantation on Walnut St. in Newhall.  


Cowboy Festival Features Eclectic Sounds

The sounds of the ol’ west coming to our town.


The 2008 Cowboy Festival will be showcasing the best performers in western entertainment at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studios in Santa Clarita on Saturday, April 26th and Sunday, the 27th. The City’s annual Cowboy Festival honors the great ol’ west with authentic music and an eclectic mix of ballads, western swing, Texas-style fiddling and a Western twist on Jazz. The festival line-up will include headliners such as Don Edwards, The Quebe Sisters Band, Hot Club of Cowtown, Cowbop and the Sons of the San Joaquin.

SCV Outdoor Report: Fresh Blossoms On Aisle 11

By Wendy Langhans

The blossoms of grape soda lupine change color to a monochrome purple after pollination.

Did you know that some flowers color-code their blossoms to indicate freshness?  


Young Bison Dies At Hart Park

Buffalo's death could have been accidental, fall may have been caused by anesthesia.


A young bison named Happy from the herd at Hart Park died on Wednesday afternoon following routine sterilization surgery.

According to Hart Park Superintendent David Jallo, the bison was walking around approximately two hours after the surgery when it stumbled and fell, twisting its neck, which may have led to its demise.

Final City Council Election Results

It's official: The Election Is Over.


Final votes in the recent Santa Clarita City Council election are in with no change to the results.


City Clerk Sharon Dawson and her staff counted the last of the provisional ballots Wednesday afternoon and Laurie Ender remained the top vote-getter with 6,180 (24.5% of votes cast); Bob Kellar with 6,135 (24.3%), Bob Spierer with 5,089 (20.2%), Diane Trautman with 4,959 (19.7%) and Maria Gutzeit with 2,800 (11.1%)

Car Thieves Could Automatically Lose Driver's License

George Runner pursuing legislation that would do just that.
Legislation authored by Sen. George Runner that would require the courts to automatically suspend drivers’ licenses of convicted car thieves today passed the Senate Public Safety Committee.


“Car theft is a growing problem in California,” Runner said. “As a matter of fact, FBI statistics show that California has the distinction of leaving all the other heavily populated states in the dust when it comes to vehicle theft – and that is a problem we must change.”  (See enclosed chart).  


Canyon Football Hosting "Cowboy Nights"

Fundraiser to host silent auction, entertainment and dancing.


The public is invited to the annual “Cowboy Nights” Dinner and Auction. Residents are encouraged to saddle up to raise money for the pride of Canyon Country: the Canyon High School Cowboys Football Team.


The event will be held at the Hogan’s Sand Canyon Home on May 10, at 6:00 p.m.


It’s not too late to join us for dinner, entertainment, dancing, as well as a both a live and silent auction. This year, the event will be adults only.  

City Celebrates Public Safety Dispatchers Week

SCV Sheriff's Station Recognizes "National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week"

April 13th, through April 19th, 2008 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.  Public service and safety entities from all over the United States are participating in this recognition week in an effort to outwardly show appreciation for all the men and women who serve as public safety dispatchers.


Castaic Man Dies In Solo Crash

Driver loses control of car on Hasley Canyon.


A 23-year old Castaic man died Tuesday night when his car rolled over off Hasley Canyon Road.

James Allen Neill was driving his 2005 Honda westbound on Hasley Canyon Road just east of Trotter Lane when his car drifted to the right and he lost control of his vehicle. The car rolled and hit a tree, coming to rest on its roof.

Neill sustained major injuries and was declared dead at the scene.