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Hart's Rodino Throws No-Hitter In CIF Softball Playoffs

The Hart softball team is headed to the final four of the CIF-Southern Section Division I playoffs after a 1-0 win over visiting Esperanza yesterday.

Destiny Rodino threw a no-hitter, striking out 13 Esperanza batters and walking none. Only two Esperanza players reached base, both on errors. It was Rodino’s third shutout of the playoffs.

Melissa Brown scored the only run of the game in the first inning. Jessica Shults drove her in with a double to leftfield.

Nutro Dry Cat Food Recalled For Mineral Imbal

Nutro Products announced a voluntary recall of select varieties of Nutro Natural Choice Complete dry cat foods and Nutro Max Cat Dry Foods with “Best If Used By Dates” between May 12, 2010 and August 22, 2010. The cat food is being voluntarily recalled in the United States and ten additional countries.

This recall is due to incorrect levels of zinc and potassium in our finished product resulting from a production error by a US-based premix supplier.

Toddler Undergoes Extraordinary Treatment For Rattlesnake Bite

 

One of the common police calls of the summer is “snake in the yard” and rattlesnake bites are a warm-weather hazard in our desert-like community. Because they are an important part of the natural environment, rattlesnakes should be left alone if encountered while hiking.

 

In fact, most bites are a result of people or animals provoking the snake or trying to capture or kill them. Rattlesnakes only attack in self-defense, so the best defense is for humans to leave them alone.

Annual Caregiver Resource Day June 20 At Senior Center

Anyone who provides care for a dependent adult family member knows how stressful that 24-hour role can be.

So who supports the caregivers?

Where do they derive some much-needed assistance, respite and answers?

And for those so entrenched with their ongoing responsibilities, do they even grasp how important it is to take care of themselves so they can keep taking care of others?

Districts Wrap Up Teaching In Final Weeks Of Scho

No matter what the temperature reading says, it just isn’t officially summer until local students are out of school.

After a long school year, the time for summer break is fast approaching for all schools in our valley.

High school graduations are taking place this week and June 1-5, although the actual end of the school year for all educational establishments varies by district.

 

Here is a list of all districts’ last day of school for 2009:

Districts Wrap Up Teaching In Final Weeks Of School Year

Most schools in Santa Clarita are just days away from summer break.

 

No matter what the temperature reading says, it just isn’t officially summer until local students are out of school.

After a long school year, the time for summer break is fast approaching for all schools in our valley.

In Honor Of Summer: The Worst Summer Job Experiences

KHTS is looking for the most pitiful summer job stories.

 

In the next few days, all area high schools and colleges will be out for the summer, leaving students with the annual joy of finding a summer job.

(Check out when all the local schools let out by clicking here.)

Walking Away From Cancer

The American Cancer Society will once again hold its popular Relay for Life event to celebrate survivors and raise money for research and programs.

The 24-hour event starts at 9 a.m. on Saturday May 30 and participants will walk around a course at Central Park until 9 a.m. the next morning.

During the event, teams and individuals will take on the task of walking the entire time.

“One person has to be on the track the entire time,” said Jon Fortman event chair for the SCV Cancer Society. “The idea behind that is ‘cancer never sleeps.’”

Hart vs. Esperanza In CIF Softball Quarterfinals

The Hart softball team has scored only two runs in two playoff games. But it has been enough to get the team in the CIF-Southern Section Division I quarterfinals. Hart is at home today to play Esperanza, one of the hottest teams in the Division I bracket.

Esperanza has won three straight playoff games, knocking off Mater Dei in the first round of the tournament and shutting out El Modena, 3-0, on Tuesday. The game starts at 3:15 p.m.

Walker Assaulted On Bike Path In Canyon Country

A man walking along the bike path in Canyon Country was attacked and robbed early Thursday morning.

Sgt. Gary Parker told KHTS that the man was on the bike path just after 2 a.m. when he was surrounded by three male Hispanics who attempted to rob him.

One of the suspects proceeded to beat him with a large metal wrench, but the victim was able to flee and called for help at a 7-Eleven store on Sierra Highway.

As the three suspects fled, one fell into the wash and broke his leg.