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Poker Tourney Aims To Help Local Family Pick Up The Pieces

Loss of both parents leaves two young men struggling to stay
in family’s home.

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Lim To Serve As Student Rep On Hart Board

First student from Early College High to represent district student population.

Abby Lim, a
sophomore at Early College High School, has been elected Student Board Member
for the Wm. S. Hart Union HighSchool District for the 2008-09 school year. She will
represent the student point of view at district Governing Board meetings
through next June.

Local Entrepreneurs "Dream And Discover" At College Of The Canyons Conference

Over 200 attend event.

Story and photos produced by College of the Canyons for KHTS AM-1220.

Small Yard Fire Doused in Canyon Country

Fire Extinguished Quickly.

At 5:31pm Tuesday, a small yard fire broke out at a Canyon Country residence located on the 26000 block of N. Oak Crossing near W. Sierra Estates Drive. The blaze was knocked down at 5:43pm with out incident.

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Hart District Watchdog Group Tentatively Withdraws Objection to Measure SA

Opponents support measure provided district keeps it's promises of better oversight.

A group of Hart District parents organized to oppose Measure SA, the $300 million construction bond measure on the Nov. 4 ballot, has withdrawn its opposition to the measure, provided the district keeps its promises to give SA better oversight than 2001’s Measure V.

Supervisors Approve Forensic Funding

Board of Supervisors hope to improve crime solving, education for deputies, detectives.

To enhance law enforcement’s ability to solve crimes,
the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a $159,343 grant from the
Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and a $1,057,121 grant from the
United States Department of Justice, for the Sheriff Department’s forensic
sciences program, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced today.


A Word With The Captain: Wildfires Not The Only Threat In Santa Clarita

Home fires spike during the holidays.


Continuing with a KHTS exclusive series of discussions with
Los Angeles County Fire Department Captain Doug La Count, we talked about fire
danger in Santa Clarita, both inside and outside the home.



The Obvious; Wildfires Love Santa Clarita.  


Expo Coming This Weekend

Business and home fair the perfect way to scout out local services and companies.

If you’re looking for a good landscaper, go to college.

If you’re looking for a computer guy, go to college.

In fact, if you’re looking for just about any kind of
business, health care, real estate, home improvement, or other local business,
the place to be is College of the Canyons this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 11 and
12, for the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 24th annual
Home and Business Expo.

New Parkmobile Brings A Party Wherever It Goes

Brand new truck to debut Thursday. 

ImageThe City of Santa Clarita Park, Recreation and Community
Services Department is inviting all residents to attend the unveiling of the
new Parkmobile at Bridgeport Park. This unveiling will take place on Thursday,
October 9th at 3:30 p.m. The Parkmobile unveiling event will provide fun and games
for all those that attend.


Historical Society Does Halloween Both Safe And Scary

Historical Society and Hart Park hosts pumpkin fun and spooky sundown scares.

The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society and Hart
District AVID students have teamed up to make Halloween a memorable one in


Opening Friday, Oct. 10 and running from 7-11 p.m. on Friday
and Saturday nights through Nov. 1 (with a special night on Oct. 30) will be “Heritage
Haunt: The Curse of the Ghoul Mines,” a spooky spin-off highlighting the mining
history of our valley.