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July Fourth Parade A Cause For Celebration

The annual Fourth of July parade made its voyage down Main Street and Lyons Avenue on Sunday morning, much to the delight of parade fans of all ages.

Floats, horses, wagons and hundreds of youngsters riding bikes or marching in patriotic garb traveled the short route from Hart Park to 16th Street and Orchard Village Road. Several of those entries went home with trophies for their efforts. See a list of the winners here.

Attempted Kidnap At Pearblossom Park Saturday

Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Parks
Bureau are seeking the public’s assistance in locating the suspect in an
attempt abduction of a 10-year-old girl.

At4 p.m. Saturday, the victim was playing at Pearblossom Park,
33922 North 121 Street East, Pearblossom with friends and relatives.  
She strayed from her group and was approached by the suspect who

COC Opens Free Career Camp July 10

COClogoThis month the College of the Canyons Career Center will present the free daylong event CareerCampSCV, designed to assist students and community members who are unemployed, underemployed or recent college graduates, to build the careers they’ve always desired.

CareerCampSCV will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, July 10, in the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center, Room 258, located on the College of the Canyons Valencia campus.

Rockin' Summer Nights To Benefit Child And Family Center

Westfield Valencia Town Center has selected Child & Family Center as the non-profit charity partner for Rockin' Summer Nights!

The first concert is 7 p.m. July 6 on Town Center's "Town Square" and features the Wonderellas, a high-energy 50's and 60's musical revue.

Child & Family Center will receive the proceeds from the sale of raffle tickets featuring many exciting prizes and gifts from Westfield retailers.

Future cover bands include:

July 13 - The Disco Kings with the groovy sounds of the 70's

10 Tips For Staffing Your Business

Small_Business_AdministrationDo you need more staff to grow your business, but lack the budget for full-time employees?  There are many ways to get the help you need without breaking the bank. Here are 10 tips from California’s Office of Small Business Development Center for effectively using interns, part-timers, temps and contractors:

Dodger Transactions In June

Written by Nick Sulpizio

dodgerslogoThis month, the Los Angeles Dodgers made it to the top of the National League West, overtaking the Padres, who had a great start to the 2010 season. Transactions play a huge part in helping baseball teams succeed in becoming division leaders. So far the Dodgers have been making all the right moves and from this list, one can tell who has become a big success for the Dodgers. Here are June’s main transactions.

Buffalo Meat Recalled For E. Coli Contamination

khts_recallsA Colorado company is recalling about 66,000 pounds of ground and tenderized steak bison meat that may be contaminated with a potentially deadly strain of E. coli, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service.

McKeon Applauds Sanctions On Iran's Nuclear Program

buckmckeonU.S. House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Howard P. “Buck” McKeon applauded the signing into law of new U.S. sanctions targeting Iran’s nuclear program.

McKeon also called upon the President to ensure the Administration implements the sanctions included in the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act of 2010 in the most aggressive manner possible:

Hometown Recipes: Quinoa Tabouli

erinBy Erin Walgamuth
Happy 4th of July friends! I hope yours is fun and safe.

Lopez Canyon To Be Site Of Truck Driving Academy

The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to approve the creation of a truck driving academy at Lopez Canyon. The Council’s action will allow a Class “A” driver career training program sited on 1.4 acres in the 600-acre closed landfill. Classes will be provided at no cost to the applicants who are approved for the program.