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Taking The LA Marathon In Stride

ChrisGilbert1“I just started really basic. I would do a mile or two-mile run,” said Chris Gilbert, who finished the LA marathon on Sunday. “Then I upped the mileage. Then I would add implements like hills. Then I would just run as far as I could, then run back.”  

The training history of marathon runners varies. While several prefer completing five-kilometer of 10-kilomter runs before tackling the big one, others prefer to skip all that.  

Bread Recalled For Undeclared Milk Products

khts_recallsUnified Grocers is recalling Cottage Hearth Stone Ground Wheat Bread (24 oz) and 7 Select 100% Whole Wheat Bread (24 oz) because they may contain undeclared milk. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk may run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

 

Hart Baseball Team Rallies For Win Over Saugus

khts_sportsThe Hart baseball team beat Saugus, 7-2, scoring four runs in fifth inning on a soggy day at Hart High School.

Connor O’Brien drove in two runs for Hart. Luke Persico and Alex Tenorio knocked in a pair of runs in the fifth-inning rally.

Connor Wilson gave Saugus a short-lived 2-1 lead with an RBI double in the third inning.

Candlelight Vigil, Funeral Procession Planned For Fallen Army Specialist

rudyacostaThe community is invited to join the family and friends of U.S. Army Specialist Rudy A. Acosta at a candlelight vigil at Santa Clarita Baptist Church on Luther Drive Thursday night. The 19-year old Acosta, a recent graduate of Santa Clarita Christian School, was killed last week in Afghanistan.

 

Flood-Damaged Boys And Girls Club Needs Your Help

BoysgirlsclubThe walls may be a little hollow, the floors bare and the furniture wrecked, but it’s still The SCV Boys and Girls Club.

It needs fixing. And some help from you.

Kids, parents and supporters of the youth organization responded quickly when the calls went out on social networking sites that the Club was flooded on Sunday during a torrential rainstorm that dumped eight inches of rain on the valley.

2011 Nominees For SCV Man And Woman Of The Year Announced

waynecrawfordThe stars came out tonight, to reveal the names of this year’s candidates for SCV Man and Woman of the Year, at a party hosted by 2010 honoree Waynemaryanncolf Crawford.

Local Physical Education Wiz Works Magic In Washington

George_Velarde_Congress2For nearly a decade, George Velarde’s innovative fitness programs at Sierra Vista Junior High School have challenged our old-school philosophy on physical education.  

Under his “New P.E. Philosophy,” the teacher incorporates technological advancements with educational gaming, simultaneously boosting fitness and Academic Performance Index ratings.  

City Shows Confidence In New Library System

khts_citymatters_scvlogoAfter nearly two and a half hours of discussion, the City Council inevitably approved a $1.3 million loan from the City’s General Fund toward an ample opening day library collection and service enhancements.  

But not without opposition.  

UPDATED: Man Found Dead In Santa Clara River

khts_crime_genericA transient whose body was found Tuesday afternoon in the Santa Clara River has been identified as Stephen Sieber, 47.

Coroner's Office spokesman Craig Harvey said that Sieber's body was examined today, but the cause of death has been deferred to allow for further tests.

 

Sieber's body was discovered by a passerby and officials say the rainy weather may have played a part in his demise.

 

Antonovich Votes Against Governor's Realignment Proposal

mikeantonovichCasting the lone vote against Governor Brown's proposal to shift state responsibilities to the counties and increase taxes, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich had a lot to say regarding the realignment.