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On Your Mark, Get Set To Fight Hunger

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Whether you're interested in setting a personal best, or just looking for a nice Sunday stroll, you'll get your chance this Sunday when the SCV Food Pantry hosts its 16th Annual 5k Run Against Hunger.

 

Creature Feature: Werewolves Are The Tommy Lee Of Monsters

Excess, pure unadulterated carnage surrounds this creature of the night. werewolf

When it comes to the things that go bump in the night, perhaps there are none that have evoked more terror, more bloodshed, than werewolves.

Mobile Production Studio To Visit Elementary Schools

The Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons, the Mary Pickford Institute and the Found Penny Foundation are teaming up to bring a mobile, state-of-the-art, digital production studio to three local elementary schools during the next six weeks.  This is part of an expanding K-12 Arts Education Outreach program designed to provide children hands-on opportunities in a broad spectrum of arts experiences.

Mission Valley Bank Restates Year-To-Date Earnings

khts_businessnews3Accounting error corrected, bank officials say portfolio is strong.

Mission Valley Bancorp, the parent company of Mission Valley Bank, has announced that it will restate its earnings for the first half of 2009 to show a smaller net income for the period ending June 2009. The Company will now report $45,000 in year-to-date after-tax income as of June 2009, rather than the $635,000 previously reported.

Scholarship Endowed In Memory Of Cyclist Novotny

The College of the Canyons Foundation has received a donation of more than $13,000 from Western Filter, a division of Donaldson Company, which when combined with matching funds from the Foundation for California Community Colleges will establish a permanent scholarship endowment for students pursuing careers in manufacturing technology at the college.

 

The donation from Donaldson is the college's first gift to receive a 50 percent donation match from the FCCC Endowment, which was established in May 2008 with a $50 million commitment from The Bernard Osher Foundation.

Pair Of High School Girls Golfers Share Newhall Land Cup Title

sportslocalIt looks like there's some competition in high school golf for the Newhall Land Cup individual championship.

Hart's Brenna Carlson and Valencia's Alison Lee each shot 2-under par, 34s, at TPC at Valencia on Tuesday for a share of the lead of the first day of the Newhall Land Cup tournament.

 

Hart won its fifth straight Foothill League match with a team score of 185, a league record at TPC at Valencia.
Play continues today.

Founding Family Of City Honored At Veterans Plaza

citybrickcouncilThe hallowed grounds at the corner of Market and Walnut Streets in Newhall hold a lot of history.

Deputies Looking For Help Tracking Down Tesoro Suspect

tesorokidnapsuspectDetectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station are seeking public assistance in identifying and locating the man depicted in the sketch at right.

OTNA Makes Halloween A Month-Long Event

khts_inthecommunityIt seems that Halloween is the new Christmas and to celebrate the Old Town Newhall Association is calling all kids.

On October 24, OTNA will host a Halloween parade filled with children of all ages dressed in costume.

The parade is part of a month long series of events to take over Old Town Newhall, including the Main Street Zombie March, Heritage Haunt, and a pumpkin patch.

Sheriff's Department Gets Federal Grant Funding Via Supervisors

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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors allocated funding Tuesday from a federal grant to two important law enforcement efforts.

According to Supervisor Michael Antonovich, the Sheriff's Department's ability to combat intellectual property crimes will be enhanced by an infusion of $200,000 from the United States Department of Justice.