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Veterans Group Plans Memorial Day Ceremonies

The distinctive sound and appearance of World War II vintage aircraft flying overhead will mark the commencement of the 21st annual Tribute to Veterans on Memorial Day, Monday May 25.

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"Observe and Report": The Anti Paul Blart

Dark comedies are usually a tough sell for general audiences because often times they force the audiences to laugh at aspects of life that might cause the normal crowd to cringe. When done right, the audiences end up allowing themselves to revel in others' disparity i.e. "Bad Santa" or "Little Miss Sunshine" but if done incorrectly the audience is alienated and turned off i.e. "Death to Smoochy".

Saugus Gas Station Held Up By Knife-Wielding Men


Armed robbers got away with $300 Thursday night from a gas station in Saugus.

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Special Film Screening Commemorates Holocaust Remembrance Day

Jews across the world will observe Holocaust Remembrance Day on April 21. Known colloquially in Israel and abroad as Yom HaShoah and in English as Holocaust Remembrance Day, the annual observance commemorates the approximately six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. In Israel, it is a national memorial day, and is observed by Jews the world over.

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Mormon Church Enters Day Of Service April 25

Under the banner of "Mormon Helping Hands", 20 thousand members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from San Louis Obispo to San Diego have set aside April 25 to serve their local communities.

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Red Cross Downsizes Local Staff, Cutting Jobs By 25 Percent


The American Red Cross is currently dealing with a disaster of its own as they implement a 25 percent cutback in staff, including the Santa Clarita office coordinator.

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You Have A Friend Request From Mother Earth


In preparation for the City’s celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day tomorrow, 300 one-gallon oak trees are being donated by the Newhall Land and Farming Company for distribution at the event.

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Egg Rolls, More Spices Added To Product Recall


The recall of spices from Union International Food Company has widened to include pepper products sold under the “Lian How” and “Uncle Chen” labels as well as more than 50 sauces and oils produced at the Union City plant contaminated with salmonella.

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One Local Youth Group Back From Navajo Mission Trip


Those words are usually heard just before a cannonball into a backyard pool, but for a select group of local teenagers, their week off of school was spent just a little differently.

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SCV Outdoor Report: Drop That Tail And Run

Children get so excited when they see a Western Fence Lizards. These lizards are easy to spot and can often be found sitting on rocks (or fence posts) while they look for insects to eat. 



But sitting out in the open comes with a price - lizards are easily spotted by predators such as snakes, hawks and meat-eating mammals.