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Join City, KHTS For A Community Bike Ride

khts_inthecommunityKHTS AM 1220 and our City invites residents to join Mayor Laurene Weste and the City Council for Hit the Trail on Saturday March 20, 2010.


KHTS City Council Election Endorsements

khts_editorial2Election day is Tuesday, April 13th for our City Council elections. If our past is any indicator, less than 20% of the eligible Santa Clarita Valley registered voters will actually vote. It's an embarrassment. Our City Council, more than any other elected officials, directly impact our quality of life here in our Valley. It is our responsibility to become informed and vote.

Students Invited To Create Congressional Art

pallette-3Congressman Buck McKeon is on an artistic quest, looking for student artists to submit their entries for the annual Congressional Art Competition to represent the 25th District. High school students who live in the district are encouraged to create a two-dimensional work in the theme "An Artistic Discovery." The 25th District winner's work will be on display along with student artwork from across the country in the U.S. Capitol Building.


West Ranch Wins Hart Softball Tournament

sportswestranchThe West Ranch softball team gave the rest of the Foothill League a wake-up call by winning the Hart tournament over the weekend.

West Ranch beat Alemany, 7-3, in the championships game at Central Park on Saturday.

Kylie Sorenson knocked in two runs in the second inning and helped West Ranch build a 5-0 lead.

COC Answers The Age-Old Question: Beer Or Wine

cocCollege of the Canyons Institute for Culinary Education (I-CuE) is inviting community members to fill their glasses and raise their cups in search of an answer to the age-old question - beer or wine?

Guests can cast their vote over six flavor-filled rounds of wine/beer tasting and food pairing competitions.  The college's culinary arts students will prepare a menu of exotic cuisines designed to accentuate each selection.

Hometown Recipes: Roasted Carrots With Sage Butter

By Erin Walgamuth

This dish started out as a way to use the last of the sage in my garden before the winter freeze turned it black. It is now a requested dish from friends and family alike. I thought you might enjoy it as well.

March 14: Kings Lose To Predators, 3-2

The Kings lost at home to the Nashville Predators Sunday afternoon, by a final score of 3-2. Tune in Thursday at 7pm as the Kings take on the Blackhawks- on AM-1220, KHTS

Providence Holy Cross Members Honored For Quake Preparedness Exercise

khts_ambulanceTwo members of the emergency preparedness team serving Providence medical centers in the San Fernando Valley were among a dozen experts honored for their work planning the 2008 ShakeOut, a statewide earthquake drill staged in part at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center.


Business Leader Helps Local Small Businesses With E-Commerce

Jason_PriceWhile other businesses are closing, some businesses are growing, and when they do they may need help with online marketing and e-commerce.

RKN Studio, based out of Stevenson Ranch, helps businesses with the complex online world of e-commerce.

Memorial And Funeral Procession For Fallen Soldier



A memorial service for a local soldier killed in Afghanistan took place today, Saturday March 13.

Sgt. Ian Gelig, 25, of Stevenson Ranch, was killed in Kandahar, Afghanistan on March 1 when his patrol unit was hit by a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device.

Gelig's family chose to have a private service at Blessed Kateri Catholic Church, however the community came out in droves to participate in the funeral procession.