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Help Schools, Students By Being Principal For A Day

Annual fundraiser helps foundation grant scholarships, support programs.

Reservations are currently available for parents, business
executives and community leaders who would like to spend the morning with a
superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal or assistant principal in
the 17th Annual Principal for a Day sponsored by the SCV Education Foundation.
This year’s event is Friday, Jan. 23, but the earliest reservations will have
their choice of school or administrator.

Providence Holy Cross Reaches Environmental Milestone

Green efforts pay off for medical center in savings.

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Antonovich Opposes Measure R

Editoral

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TRAFFIC ALERT: Funeral Procession For Deputy Randy Hamson

Intersections to be closed for funeral procession at midday.

Local Olympic Athletes Honored By Santa Clarita Dignitaries

Five medalists live, work or train in Santa Clarita.

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Deputies Come Up Empty In Search For Suspect In Canyon Country

Police activity shuts dowm roads near Via Princessa.

UPDATED 8:15 p.m.



Sheriff's deputies tried to locate an assault suspect in an apartment building at Oak Canyon and Jason Drive in Canyon Country at about 4:40 p.m. Wednesday evening.

After setting up an extended containment of the area, the search concluded without finding the person of interest.

Smyth Headed Back To Sacramento To Solve Budget Dilemma

Governor to call special session to resolve budget shortfall.

Assemblyman Cameron Smyth will be heading back to Sacramento
after the election for a special legislative session to address the budget. The
state is facing a $3 billion shortfall if adjustments are not made quickly.

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Hart Sponsors Earthquake Discussion

More than 100 people attend Disaster Preparedness Summit at Valencia High School.

With
researchers pointing out the probability of a significant earthquake on the San
Andreas Fault sometime within the next 30 years, the Hart District
hosted a disaster preparedness summit Tuesday night at Valencia
High School.

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City Council Wants To Have Another Look At Public Access TV

Council members divided over how to handle the takeover of Santa Clarita’s public access channel. Channel 20 is currently run by Time Warner Cable because they are legally obligated to do so.

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