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"Jews Sing The Blues," A Musical Selichot Service

"Jews Sing the Blues" concert will rock local Congregation.

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Santa Clarita Still A Top 25 Retail Market In California



City holds on to economic title.  


The recently released 2008 California Retail Survey ranked the
City of Santa Clarita among the “Top
25 City Retail Markets in California”
based on analysis of 2006 annual retail sales volume.   The
City of Santa Clarita continues to
rank higher than the cities of Newport Beach,
Pasadena, Beverly
Hills, and Santa Monica
in this annual report covering 272 of the largest cities in California.


Dodgers Win 8-1

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21 Year Old's Voice Propels Her To Dodger Stadium

Get a taste of what the crowd heard when Lindsay Hough sang the national anthem.

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Smyth Moves To Protect Non-Profits

Prevailing wage law pushed by unions could hurt charities that depend on volunteer help.

With the deadline for passing legislation looming Sunday night, Assemblyman Cameron Smyth has thrown a life preserver to nonprofits throughout the state that could be hit by a prevailing wage requirement to keep volunteers from doing what some consider a union job.

Downed Power Lines Force Bouquet Canyon Rd. Closure

Transformer blows, leaving businesses without power.

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DUI Checkpoint Nets 2 Arrests

Multiple citations issued during safety campaign.


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Dodgers Win 6-2

On Saturday night the Dodgers defeated the Diamondbacks, 6-2.

You can hear the next game live, Sunday August 31st at 12:30pm only on KHTS. The boys in blue will face Arizona once again.





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PAC Adds New Food, Wine Vendors

New vendors will provide food and wine before shows, at intermissions.

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Antonovich Has Harsh Words For MTA Chief

The following is an open letter to MTA Chief Executive Officer Roger Snoble from Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich in response to his letter to Congressman David Dreier:

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