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Can You Start Your Own Business? Y.E.P.! You Can!

khts_inthecommunityCOC program teaches local youth entrepreneurial skills

Entrepreneur. The word conjures images of ingenuity, innovation, and independence, but also of daunting risk and responsibility. Being your own boss can be very rewarding both for an individual and society as a whole, but starting off can feel a bit like performing a high-wire act without a net.

SCV Outdoor Report: A Moth On A Mission

By Wendy Langhans

 

Earlier this week, I was driving along a winding mountain road in the Angeles National Forest, in a hurry to get to my destination.  It was early evening, a time when the sun-drenched colors of midday were fading to sepia.  I could see the tall, white, spiky stalks of Chaparral Yucca across the canyon, as they stood out against an indistinct backdrop of vegetation.

Eight Players From The SCV Taken On Last Day Of MLB Draft

Hart High graduate Shane Carlson, The Master's College's Paul Miller selected in 32nd round.

Eight more players from the Santa Clarita Valley were selected on the third and final day of the Major League Baseball draft. One was picked by the Los Angeles Dodgers and another was selected by the Angels.

Shane Carlson, a Hart High graduate and second baseman at UC Santa Barbara, was taken by the Cincinnati Reds in the 32nd round.

Paul Miller, a left-handed pitcher and a senior at The Master’s College, was also taken in the 32nd round by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Benatar, Three Dog Night To Headline COC PAC

benetarProving that "love is a battlefield," lovers of culture will have a lot to fight over when the box office of the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center opens for the 2009-2010 season.

The first season concert will feature pop stars Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo who will perform September 11, followed by Kris Kristofferson in January, Steve Tyrell in March and Three Dog Night in June.

 

City Council Race Kicks Off With Threesome

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Just when you thought it was safe to walk past the polling place, three incumbent Santa Clarita councilmembers announced their intentions to run in the 2010 City Council race.

 

Mayor Frank Ferry, Mayor Pro Tem Laurene Weste and Councilmember Marsha McLean all announced Thursday that they are in the running for the three seats that will be up for grabs in April.

 

Looking For A Way To Save State Parks

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As California's budget deficit grows, Governor has threatened to close most state parks.

Times are tough. Really tough. California, still reeling from the last round of budget cuts, must now figure out how to shave off another deficit, this time totaling $24 billion.

 

Dodgers Announce Draft Picks

sportsdodgersDodgers give some players a chance to realize their dreams.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced their choices from the first two days of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft.

The Dodgers selected 31 players through 30 rounds all leading to the final day of the draft Thursday.

 

Providence Removes Fate Written On The Skin

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Juan has been looking for a job for awhile, but his job search involves more than filling out applications.

It’s the resume on his body that is holding him back.

The young handyman spent eight years of his short life as a gang member in Reseda and bore the reminders in a variety of colors and designs.

Santa Clarita Home To Seven Newly Drafted MLB Players

sportslocalSanta Clarita is a hot-bed for Baseball talent.

Four more players from the Santa Clarita Valley were selected on the third and final day of the Major League Baseball draft.

The Dodgers took a pitcher from The Master's College and the Angels took a second baseman from the College of the Canyons.

Paul Miller, a left-handed pitcher and a senior at The Master's College, was taken in the 32nd round by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, June 11, 2009

This weekend in Santa Clarita, brought to you by our friends at Facey Medical Group; SCV.

By Jeannette Stallard

Ghost Band Media Art Project

Search for the missing "ghost band" at the Valencia Town Center this saturday and sunday from noon to 6 p.m.  In this interactive media game, players use their listening skills to navigate their way through the mall to find the "ghost band" members.