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Foothill League Track And Field Season Opens

Canyon, Golden Valley, Saugus boys and girls teams winners.

The Foothill League track and field season opened yesterday with Canyon, Golden Valley and Saugus looking strong out of the blocks.

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Hart Student Attacked, Injured On Way To School

Victim was hit with a miniature baseball bat.

UPDATED: Thursday, 2:15 p.m.

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Kings Win 1-0

The Kings win against the Dallas Stars Thursday night in a shootout 1-0.


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Illegal Immigrant Costs Continue To Grow

County supervisor warns costs are hurting county in challenging financial times.

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Burglary Suspects Arrested After Neighbor's Tip

Alert witness reports suspicious vehicle, activity in neighborhood.

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Transportation Key Issue On Santa Clarita Agenda

Groups makes case for Golden State Freeway carpool and truck lane project.

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Hart Pitcher Throws One-Hitter

Indians shut out Golden Valley in Foothill League game.

The Hart baseball team came within one out of no-hitting Golden Valley yesterday. Trevor Brown had two outs in the seventh inning before giving up a single to Rocky Sherwood, Golden Valley’s first and only hit of the game. Spencer Souza hit a three-run home run to lift Hart to a 5-0 win over Golden Valley.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, March 27, 2009

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Deputies Sweep Community To Eradicate Graffiti, Gangs

Early morning operation involves 300 law enforcement officers, results in 46 arrests.

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A Different Ballgame In Sacramento

Tough economic times, coupled with major financial and
policy problems have state legislators singing a different tune.

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