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Hart District Students Featured In Honor Band

Hart, West Ranch and Valencia High represented in honor band.

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A Symbol Of Hope

Local jeweler giving away 100 silver pendants to SCV
residents who lost their jobs or homes.

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Chivas USA Star To Make Appearance Sunday

Soccer star to promote March 1 benefit game for children's cancer foundation.

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Council Honors "SCV Chief Of Police"

Capt. La Berge congratulated for keeping the city safe.

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Golden Valley Boys Basketball Team Wins First Foothill League Championship

Grizzlies have one-game lead with one game to play.

In high school basketball, Golden Valley got 29 points from Maverick Ahanmisi in a 69-56 win over Valencia on Tuesday night. With the win, Golden Valley clinched at least a share of the Foothill League championship, the first in school history.

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Two Men Arrested In Newhall


Deputies respond to reports of gun fire and arrest two
suspected gang members. 


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Kings Beat Islanders, 4-3

Win in overtime shootout...

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Hart District Set For Furlough Friday

District staff prepares for unpaid day to address budget problems.

The latest
public agency in Santa Clarita to take furloughs are the offices of the William S. Hart Union High School District, which will be closed Friday, Feb. 13,
for an unpaid furlough day.


The closure,
which will give the district a four-day weekend for Presidents’ Day, is
expected to save the district $529,000 during the ongoing budget crisis. The
day already was scheduled as a non-student day at district schools.


Saugus Girls Soccer No. 6 In CIF Poll

Valencia seventh, Canyon 10th in Division II. 

State School Chief Comments On Senate Stimulus Cuts

Construction projects would put people to work immediately, Superintendent says.


State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell  issued the following statement after the U.S. Senate voted on its version
of the federal economic stimulus package today: