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Diana Cusumano Chosen For Silver Spur Honor

DianaCusumanoAs a second generation Italian-American, whose parents stressed the value of a good education and the importance of giving back to others, Diana Cusumano has done much to make her family, and community, proud.

Dedicating the early part of her career to education and volunteering much of her time later on to organizations that work to advocate for it, Cusumano has shown time and again that education and volunteerism are the cornerstones of her life philosophy.

Max Homa Tied For 2nd At U.S. Golf Association's Amateur Championship

khts_sportsMax Homa, a Valencia High graduate, is tied for second after the first round of the U.S. Golf Associations’s Amateur Championship at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash.

Homa, a sophomore at UC Berkeley, shot a 3-under 69 in the first round of the tournament. He is tied with nine others after the first round.

Jeff Wilson, a 47-year-old car dealer from Fairfield, Calif., leads the Amateur Championship with an opening round 10-under 62.

400 Inmates Involved In Pitchess Riot Sunday

khts_crimeTwenty inmates from the South Facility at Pitchess Detention Center were sent to area hospitals for treatment of injuries suffered in a melee that broke out around 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

In what appeared to be a coordinated effort, more than 200 inmates from several barracks suddenly began throwing rocks and other debris at sheriff’s deputies, then began assaulting each other.

Fallen Heroes To Be Honored By SCV Rotary Club

rotary_logoOn Wednesday, the Santa Clarita Valley Rotary Club will be holding a dedication service in memory of local heroes who have died overseas since September 11, 2001.  The service will be at 11:00 a.m. at the Rotary Club’s garden located near the George Caravalho Sports Complex.  A lunch will follow in the Community Room.

Fans Gathered At Performing Arts Center To See Michael Bolton

COCMichaelBoltonOn Saturday, August 21, Michael Bolton made an appearance at the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center while on his One World One Love tour.

Bolton opened the show with his hit single “Soul Provider” and continued the show with not only his own popular songs but also songs by Gershwin and Frank Sinatra.

Food Truck Boom Brings Korean Pub Grub To Santa Clarita

8_20_FoodTruck_WD__0032If one needs any evidence that the recent fascination with food trucks has reached its peak, the presence of the television show “The Great Food Truck Race” should do the trick.  

The show, which debuted August 15 on the Food Network, features seven teams selling their particular grub from their trucks at different stops across the country.  

A Silent Hero Heads For Texas, Leaves Big Boots To Fill

khts_editorial5blurThe following is an editorial written by Carl Goldman, Co-owner of KHTS Radio

She is one of our Santa Clarita Valley silent heroes, the one who is always there when we need her, the one who pulls up her sleeves and does the hard work. I’ve known Stephanie Weiss since my wife Jeri and I moved to Santa Clarita in 1990 to purchase the local radio station.

City Council To Decide On Library Takeover At Tuesday Meeting

khts_citymatters_scvlogoThe City of Santa Clarita City Council will return from its six-week recess on Tuesday and make its final decision on whether or not to seize control of its libraries from the County Library system.  

Councilwoman Laurie Ender made the announcement at the Council’s last session on July 13, sparking an explosive debate featuring opinions from both City and County Library staff.  

Hottest Weather Of Summer Predicted This Week

khts_weather_100degreesAn extended period of hot weather is expected across much of Southwestern California this week, due to a strong upper level high pressure system strengthening over the area from Monday through Thursday.

The system is expected to bring a prolonged period of hot weather, with temperatures in the valleys in the triple digits, ranging from 98 to 108 degrees for the next several days.

The Master's College Women's Soccer Team Opens Season With 4-0 Win

khts_sportsThe Master’s College women’s soccer team, ranked No. 23 in the NAIA, opened their season with a convincing 4-0 win over Roberts Wesleyan of New York.

Emily Bruton and Robyn Estrada each had a goal and an assist in the win at Reese Field on the campus of The Master’s College.

Canyon High graduate Sierra Goff and Andrea Reyes also scored for The Master’s College.

Next up for the The Master’s College is Cal State Los Angeles on Tuesday.