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Library Week In Full Swing

Libraries across the valley are participating in National Library Week, an annual celebration of reading and taking advantage of their resources and importance. It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support. All types of libraries - school, public, academic and special – participate.


Top Things To Do This Weekend, April 17, 2009

--Take advantage of the beautiful spring sunshine, and spend the day outside at the Assistance League of Santa Clarita “Footsteps” 5K Run/Walk and 1K Kids Fun Run. Held Sunday at Newhall Park, registration begins at 6:30 a.m. with the 1K Kids Fun Run beginning at 8:00 a.m.

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Ava Bardsley Takes Top ROP Honors


Ava Bardsley, a junior at Hart High School, has been named Outstanding Student of the Year by the Hart School District’s Regional Occupational Program. Bardsley’s award came at the climax of a road trip-themed ROP Advisory Committee Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner, which drew hundreds of students, parents and business and community leaders who serve on the ROP Advisory Committee.


Magicians Ready To Wow Local Families

Saturday, April 18th, the Boys and Girls Club will host a show featuring Santa Clarita's top magicians.

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City's Road Project Wish List

When it comes to our local roads, just about everyone has a few pet projects they hope the City would tackle. After diagnosing the most important improvements, the city has compiled a "wish list" of sorts, which details several roadway projects that they hope to receive some Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) funding for.

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Power Outage In Seco Canyon Area

Edison crews are working on restoring power to 1,000 customers in the Seco Canyon area after a cable blew out and darkened 5,000 homes.

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New Books, Few New Rules For PAC Users


Community users of the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center were given two revised handbooks Monday night in anticipation of a new Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Santa Clarita and College of the Canyons.

The MOU, which is still being hammered out behind closed doors between the two parties, remains unresolved. Currently, the City coordinates community users as part of its support of the center.

County Applies For State Grant To Get Additional Launch At Castaic Lake


The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors gave the go-ahead for the county’s parks department to apply for a $100,000 grant to install a new boat launch and storage shed to augment the safety center at Castaic Lake.

“This will be in addition to the launch they already have at the lake,” said Tony Bell, spokesperson for Supervisor Mike Antonovich. “It will improve accessibility and safety for lifeguards who are protecting swimmers and boaters on the lake.”

Saugus Softball Still Playing For Lauren

It was eleven years ago, on January 11, 1998, that the Saugus softball family lost one of their own.

Eighteen year old, Lauren Blaire, a vibrant senior and talented catcher, was killed by a drunk driver while waiting at a red light at Plum Canyon Rd. and Bouquet Canyon Rd.

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City Logo Could Get "In God We Trust"

During Council comments Tuesday night, Santa Clarita City Councilman Bob Kellar revealed that he would like to propose a change to the City logo.

Kellar’s idea is that the City incorporate the words “In God We Trust” in their logo.

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