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Canyon Girls Basketball Team Wins Foothill League Championship



The Canyon girls basketball team won its first Foothill League championship in nearly 40 years with a 56-44 win over West Ranch. Adriana Dent scored 11 points and had 13 rebounds to lead Canyon. Amber Evans led Canyon in scoring with 13 points.

The last time a Canyon girls basketball team won a league title was in 1973.

February 11th: Kings Lose In Shootout 3-2

Thursday, the Kings faced the Edmonton Oilers at the Staples Center. LA was down by 2 in the 3rd. Goals by Brown and Smith tied it 2-2  and forced the game into overtime. The Oilers won in a shootout. 3-2 was the final.


The Kings play their last game before the Olympic break on Saturday as they faceoff against the Colorado Avalanche. Hear the game LIVE on AM-1220 KHTS beginning at 7PM!

Cross Valley Connector Nearly Complete

altThe last major portion of the 10-year long Cross Valley Connector road project - the one that finally connects Golden Valley, Bouquet Canyon, and Newhall Ranch Roads - will open with much fanfare Saturday, March 27.


McGrath School Receives State Recognition For Academic Achievement

khts_schools_chalkboardDr. J. Michael McGrath Elementary School has been recognized by the State of California as a Title 1 Academic Achievement Award winner. McGrath is the only school in the Santa Clarita Valley to receive this honor and has received this recognition for the last three years. The award was also given to 237 other schools throughout the state.

The Killer In The Medicine Cabinet

drugsymbolThe Drug Abuse Resistance Education program is sponsoring a week of education and prevention with its Rx OTC awareness week, and the City of Santa Clarita is joining the efforts with its Blue Ribbon Task Force.

The program is aimed at curbing what calls the biggest drug problem facing our youth today: prescription and over-the-counter drug abuse.

The awareness week starts February 22 and runs through February 28.

Bristol Farms To Close In Valencia

Bristol_FarmsA high-end grocer that anchored the Valencia Bridgeport Marketplace is closing its doors and leaving town on February 25.

Bristol Farms, a specialty foods market that strove, according to its website, "to provide the finest assortment and highest quality fresh and specialty foods from around the world - in a warm, friendly, and uniquely designed atmosphere with service and value that exceeds the expectations of our customers," will be no more.


Top Things To Do This Weekend, February 11, 2010

This weekend in Santa Clarita brought to you by our friends at Facey Medical Center

Romance At The Rancho
Singing Valentine Serenade
Yoga Egyptian Workshop
High School Musical 2 and Lost In Yonkers
Valentines Dining Specials

Granola Bars, Children's Lamps Recalled

khts_recallsA popular store's granola bars and some decorative lights made by a California retailer are on today's recall list.


Trader Joe's is recalling their house brand Chocolate Chip Chewy Coated Granola Bars with use by dates and lot codes 16JUL10H2 and 17JUL10H1, as they may be contaminated with salmonella and cause a serious food-borne illness.


COC Women's Basketball Team 9-0 In Conference

sportslocalThe College of the Canyons women's team beat Valley College, 85-53, and ran its Western State Conference record to a perfect 9-0. Ashley Wakefield scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds for COC.

Teammate Kelli Lewis scored 23 points and had five assists.

The College of the Canyons men's basketball team lost to Valley College, 80-73. Rendon Dominguez scored a team-high 19 points for COC in the loss.


Illegal Immigration Debate Will Continue With Santa Clarita City Council


City staff will research topic and present findings at study session.


If you haven't heard the words "illegal immigration" or "Bob Kellar" in the last two weeks, you haven't been in Santa Clarita.