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COC Shows Students The World Of Nano

news_schoolsNew courses at the college give the students a new career path in emerging technologies.

This fall, students interested in pursuing careers in the sciences while learning more about the emerging field of nanotechnology will be able to do so through the College of the Canyons recently introduced General and Emerging Technologies (GET) Lab Technician program.

West Ranch Undefeated In Valley Invitational Baseball League

sportswestranchWest Ranch remained undefeated in the Valley Invitational Baseball League after shutting out Chaminade, 7-0, yesterday. West Ranch is 4-0 and will play Taft on Wednesday.

Valencia is 3-0 and coming off a 9-3 win over Saugus on Saturday. Valencia’s next game is Friday against Camarillo.

Crespi, Moorpark and Cleveland have yet to lose a game in the summer baseball league. Cleveland does have a tie.

Cyclists Hit Home Base Times Five

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A second-year divinity student from Pasadena wanted to do something unique during a break in his studies at Fuller Seminary, so he decided to go to a ballgame.

On his bike.

Early Deadline For Parade Entries Is June 19

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In less than three weeks, Santa Clarita will be awash in crepe paper and red white and blue, celebrating America's independence.

 

Part of that Fourth of July celebration is a parade down Main Street, Lyons Avenue and Orchard Village Road, a tradition that's been going on in grand style since 1932.

 

Kids Bring Auction Patrons Back To Basics

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This year's Boys and Girls Club Auction theme was black and white and when the party was over, the hosts were really happy at how their guests helped put them in the black.

"It went really, really well," said Jim Ventress, the club's Chief Professional Officer. "We didn't have as many people as we normally do, which is a sign of the economy. But the people who did come were spending. We're figuring it will be over $200,000 net."

Freeway Closures For Caltrans Construction

khts_trafficalertThe California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the following lanes, ramps and connectors of the Antelope Valley Freeway (SR-14) and the Golden State Freeway (I-5) as part of a $161-million improvement project to construct High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV or carpool) lanes and a direct HOV lane connector at the I-5/SR-14 interchange.

 


Antelope Freeway (SR-14) Closures

West Side Residents Weighing Their Future Tonight

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Residents on the west side of the Santa Clarita Valley, specifically on the west side of the I-5 freeway, will talk about their future governance tonight.

 

Three options lay ahead for Stevenson Ranch, Castaic and Westridge; incorporate into the City of Santa Clarita, form their own city, or stay as an unincorporated portion of Los Angeles County.

 

Controlled Burn At Pitchess Monday Through Wednesday

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Los Angeles County Fire Department is conducting a controlled burn training exercise near Pitchess Honor Ranch in Castaic today, tomorrow and Wednesday. Helicopters and smoke may be seen.

Premier Soccer Santa Clarita Valley Women's Team Showing Promise

news_sportsWritten by Ernie Stone

The Premier Soccer Santa Clarita Valley Rooks showed signs of improvement in a 4-0 loss to the Los Angeles Rampage on Saturday night at Canyon High School.

The Rooks are in their first year of existence in the Women’s Premiere Soccer League. The loss Saturday moved them to 0-6-0 on the season.

Rooks Lose To L.A. Rampage, 4-0, In Women's Soccer League Game

The Premier Soccer Santa Clarita Valley Rooks team lost to the LA Rampage, 4-0, despite an inspired game by goalkeeper Brooke Gauvin making her first start for the Rooks.
The Rampage scored two goals in the first half and added two more in the second half of Saturday night’s game.
The Rooks return to the soccer field on Sunday night for a game against the So Cal Rush at Canyon High School. The game starts at 5.
Go to hometownstation.com for an exclusive report on this weekend’s Rooks’ games.