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Jazz & Blues Concert Series Announces Line-Up

Music festival celebrates 10th year.

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City Begins Sports Complex Expansion Project

New facilities include a new playing field, gymnasium and larger skatepark.

 

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Zonta Installs New Officers, Names Zontian Of The Year

Barbara Stearns-Cochran wins club’s biggest award.

 

SCV Outdoor Report: Happy Trails To You

By Wendy Langhans

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When the vegetation gets too thick, it blocks the trail and spoils the view.

Creating a well-designed trail requires the technical skills of a civil engineer and the aesthetic sensitivity of an artist.  

 

Castellanos: No Sexual Assault In Hart Case

Contrary to other published reports, the Hart District has not settled Rio Norte case.

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Keating Convicted On Nine Felony Counts

Local merchants victimized by Florida fugitive who stole money, labor and misrepresented product.

 

Xpresstoon Maps owner Norman Keating was convicted on nine felony counts in Superior Court Monday and faces a maximum sentence of nearly nine years in prison.

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After Fires, Heads Up Finally Back In Business

Minor use permit means that therapy services can begin again.

 

Dodgers Lose 5-4

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Thomas The Tank Engine Steams Into Magic Mountain

Popular English engine chugs its way into the hearts of park patrons.

 

On Thursday, a cheeky, fussy, true blue engine who proudly wears the number #1 on his side rolled into MagicMountain, much to the delight of preschoolers and their parents. Thomas Town is the newest attraction at the park, featuring Thomas the Tank Engine, his coaches Annie and Clarabel, Percy and Cranky the Crane. The pint-sized riders were enthusiastic after Thomas’s first run.