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Efforts Begin To Drum Up Private Investment For Orangeline

High speed rail system plans to connect LA, Orange counties.

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Gold Medalist To Kick Off This Weekend's 5K Run

Allyson Felix will pump up participants in run to benefit
the Santa Clarita Senior Center.

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SCV Outdoor Report: Highways In The Sky

By Wendy Langhans


In southwestern Wisconsin, the opening day of duck huntingmight as well be a national holiday, or so says my Dad.  He ought to know; he’s been hunting ducks formore than 60 years.


Beer Tasting For Wine Fest Puts Newsroom To Test

Beer at a wine festival? Go figure.

By Carol Rock and Jon Dell

On Wednesday, the Loose Goose Wine Festival hosted a
specialty beer and food pairing lunch at Robinson Ranch in Canyon Country.


The event brought Stella Artois Master Beer Sommelier Marc
Stroobandt to Santa Clarita to guide a small group of people through a beer
experience that showed how to best drink different kinds of beer, which beer
flavors go well with particular food flavors, and how beer, like wine, can be


Friends, Deputies Avert Potential Suicide

Saugus student carrying automatic pistol taken off city bus.

 A 17-year old female
student at SaugusHigh
sent what turned out to be a life-saving
text message to her friends Thursday morning.

Dodgers Beat Cubs 10-3 In Game 2

Dodgers beat the Chicago Cubs 10-3 in Game 2.
The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Chicago Cubs with a score of 10-3 in game 2 of the National League Division Series. 

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Six Flags Faces Possible NYSE Delisting

Stocks close down 4.4% at .65 a share.

Six Flags announced today that it is not in compliance with the continued listing standards of the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") because the thirty-day average closing price of the Company's common stock was less than $1.00. Under applicable NYSE rules, the Company generally has six months to cure the deficiency.

Free Fundraising Seminar Open To Public

Non-profit groups have unique opportunity to meet grantmakers and get hands-on guidance.

College of the Canyons will host a free fundraising seminar,
“Meet the Grant Makers,” on Oct. 28 with presentations by fundraising experts
Sara Montrose from the Weingart Foundation and Jolene Chavira from the
California Community Foundation at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center.

McKeon Plans To Reintroduce Cemex Bill In Next Congressional Session

Financial bailout overshadows Soledad Canyon issue; will come up again in 2009.

Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon announced that with the end of
the congressional session nearing, he intends to carry the Soledad Canyon Mine
Act (H.R. 5887) into the 111th Congress. 


Old Rd At Magic Mountain To Close For Construction

Detours will be posted during weeklong closure.

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