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Organization Looks To Recognize Young Women

khts_givingbackA local nonprofit organization that aims to better the lives of women and girls is taking the time to honor their peers with generous awards.  

County Enhances Connection Between Feds, State Law Enforcement

countysealThe Board of Supervisors approved an agreement to enhance the Sheriff Department’s connectivity and information sharing capability with federal law enforcement agencies during its regular meeting on Tuesday.

“Today’s action will expand the County’s connectivity to the federal law enforcement partners enhancing our ability to respond to incidences and solve crimes,” said Supervisor Mike Antonovich.

Alcohol Pads, Swabs Recalled Due To Contamination

Prep_padTriad Group, a manufacturer of over-the-counter products has initiated a voluntary product recall involving ALL LOTS of ALCOHOL PREP PADS, ALCOHOL SWABS, and ALCOHOL SWABSTICKS manufactured by Triad Group but which are private labeled for many accounts to the consumer level. This recall involves those products marked as STERILE as well as non-sterile products.

Santa Clarita Christian Boys Basketball Team Improves to 9-2

khts_sportsThe Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball team beat Frazier Mountain, 62-51, behind a double-double form Bret Ranhofer. He scored 16 points and had 10 assists.

Teammate Tikko Moore led Santa Clarita Christian with 19 points and Luke Asher scored 17.

It was the second win in a row for Santa Clarita Christian (9-2).

The Hart girls basketball team posted a 47-39 win over Granada Hills. Mariah Glasshoff scored a team-high 20 points for Hart.

Ferry Discharged From Hospital

After a month’s stay, Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry has been released from Providence Holy Cross Medical Center.  

“Frank Ferry has been discharged from the hospital and continues to recover,” said City spokeswoman Gail Ortiz.  

McKeon Begins 10th Term, Outlines New Congressional Rules

buckmckeonWednesday officially marked the start of the 112th Congress with all members ready to take on a new cycle of legislation.  

In an event that included the entrance of 87 first-term republicans, Representative Buck McKeon of Santa Clarita was beginning his tenth term in office.

SCV Outdoor Report: Snow Day

By Wendy Langhans:

When I saw the snow falling in clumps on Sunday afternoon, I thought, “ummm...those would make good snowballs.”   As a kid growing up in the Midwest, I learned two important things about snow.  The first was, what kind of snow makes the best snowballs?







Cabrillo Music Theater Presents Its Second Show For The New Season

Marvelous_WonderettesCabrillo Music Theatre will be presenting The Marvelous Wonderettes on Friday, February 4 through Sunday, February 13, at the 1,800-seat Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Parents Workshops Offered At Hospital

Family_clip_artIntense, difficult, or defiant children can challenge parents at a deep, emotional level and impact family harmony.

The “Effective Parenting with Challenging Children” workshop, hosted by Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, teaches parents how to change their interaction with their child and develop feelings of competence and effectiveness in their parenting strategies.

Saugus Boys Basketball Team Wins Sixth Game In A Row

khts_sportsThe Saugus boys basketball team won its sixth game in a row, 68-53, over Oak Park. Saugus is coming off a championship run through the Hart Holiday Classic.

Jeremy Gatewood continued to have the hot hand for Saugus, scoring 21 points against Oak Park.

Brad Buchignani added 18 points for Saugus.