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Veterans Court Established For Returning Troops

flagMilitary veterans who risk their lives and make it back home usually do not return unscathed. Some are fortunate to return with no physical scars, but many come back with emotional and mental health problems. When left untreated, the problems can affect the veteran, the veteran’s family members and society as a whole.

 

Three Canyons Aquatics Club Swimmers Headed To US Olympics Trials

khts_sportsThree swimmers from the Canyons Aquatics Club are headed to the 2012 U.S. Olympics swim trials in Omaha, Neb.

West Ranch High senior Riley Mita, Hart graduate Konrad Antoniuk and Golden Valley graduate Michelle Duraj qualified for the Olympic trials and a chance to earn a spot on the U.S. swim team for the 2012 Summer Games in London.

Mita and Antoniuk will compete in the 1,500 freestyle. Duraj qualified in the 200 breaststroke.

September 8 2010:Dodger Lose To Padres 4-0

The Dodgers hitting and their pitching let them down as they allowed a Padres shutout. Final score: Dodgers 0, Padres 4.

Please tune in tomorrow, Thursday September 9 at 4:30PM as the Dodgers begin their series in Houston.

Gang Members Get 45-To-Life For Canyon Country Shooting

khts_crimeTwo suspected gang members involved in a 2008 shooting in Canyon Country were sentenced to 45 years plus two life sentences Wednesday.

On Tuesday, January 8, 2008 at 1:41 p.m., deputies responded to reports of a shooting near Whites Canyon Road and Lone Rock Street, Canyon Country.

Two Newhall Auto Businesses Given Eviction Notices

9_7_AutoShops_WD__0013Two auto repair shops, long the target of relocation in the slow-but-steady redevelopment process in downtown Newhall, have been given 90-day notices to vacate the premises.

The businesses affected, Wanjon Auto and Automotive Tech (pictured, right), received letters from the City dated August 30 notifying them that their tenancy had been terminated.

Dodger Of The Month: Casey Blake

Casey_Blake_2009This month’s pick for the Dodger of the month is third baseman Casey Blake.  Prior to his career in the majors, Blake was an exceptionally promising athlete. He was a four-sport standout at his high school in Indianola, Iowa. He played baseball, football, basketball and was on the track team.

Local Historian Chronicles Warner Bros. Studio

Film_ReelTry to imagine Santa Clarita in 1935, before Awesometown, before traffic congested our city’s streets, and even before the establishment of this city. Now imagine Charlie Chaplin waddling down Sierra Highway, holding hands with co-star Paulette Goddard of the last silent film ever made, “Modern Times.” Who would have known that Santa Clarita is home to the end of an era?

 

Planning Commission Establishes Outdoor Guidelines For Old Town Newhall

khts_citymatters_scvlogoDuring Tuesday’s Planning Commission meeting, members voted to approve a set a guidelines for outdoor dining and merchandise display in Old Town Newhall.  

The historic downtown, established in the late 1800s, is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar redevelopment undertaken by the City of Santa Clarita.

Blood Drive And Health Screenings At Local Church Health Fair

churchThe Santa Clarita United Methodist Church is hosting a health fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on September 12 at the church facility.  This free event will include a blood drive, bone marrow drive, health screenings, health information, and fun activities.

No Excuse For Putting Off Mammograms This October

khts_healthIn celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Sheila R. Veloz Breast Imaging Center is offering a special cash price for digital screening mammograms during October. In addition, the Center has grants and other programs available for patients who are uninsured or underinsured and need financial assistance for screenings.