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Council To Consider Budget, Bus Contract

City Council agenda includes computer equipment, CEMEX legislation.


The public hearing for the 2008-2009 Annual Operating Budget, Redevelopment Agency Budget and 5-Year Capital Improvement Program is on the agenda of the Santa Clarita City Council’s regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 10. If there are no changes, the budget is expected to be adopted June 24.


Valencia Organizes Disabled Student Prom

75 mentally challenged students from the Hart District were able to enjoy their very own senior prom.

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Sunday Arrests May Have Been Avoided With A Little Thought

Two separate incidents seem minor, but cost residents jail time.


Two Canyon Country residents took advantage of county-provided air conditioning on Sunday after being arrested in separate incidents.


Parole Violator Arrested After Reckless Driving

Lancaster man being held without bail for offense.


The California Highway Patrol arrested a 40-year old Lancaster man Sunday morning after receiving calls of a possible DUI driver on the northbound 14 freeway near Via Princessa.


Adrian C. Lathan, who is currently on parole for sale of narcotics, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. A search of his vehicle yielded cocaine and marijuana, as well as nearly $3,000 in cash.

City Sponsors Family Camp-Out At Lake Cachuma

Family fun in store on city camping trip.



The City of Santa Clarita is inviting families to sign up for 14th Annual Lake Cachuma Family Camp that will run from Friday, July 11 to Sunday, July 13. Lake Cachuma is a Santa Barbra County Park located off of Hwy. 159, close to Solvang.


Customers Might Be Bagged At Checkout Line

Consumers may be forced to pay a 25 cent tax for both plastic and paper bags if a new Assembly bill passes.



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Dodgers Lose 3-1

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Supervisors Declare June Scleroderma Month

Declaration brings attention to little-known maladyAssemblywoman Sharon Runner joined Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, Supervisor Don Knabe and the Board of Directors of the Southern California Chapter of the Scleroderma Foundation at Wednesday’s Los Angeles Board of Supervisors meeting to recognize June as Scleroderma Awareness Month throughout Los Angeles County.


 “Scleroderma is not widely known so I am pleased that people are becoming more aware of this important health issue,” Runner said.


COC Receives Grant To Provide Metal Fabrication Training

$300,000 will go to expand current program.

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Theatre Project Brings Pro Arts Education To SCV

Sponsors come on board to help offer outreach programs.

In the 2008/2009 season, The Theatre Project SCV will continue current educational programs with plans to expand their outreach. McDonalds of Santa Clarita and Lou and Rita Garasi have pledged their support.


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