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Hart School Board Member Steve Sturgeon Seeks Re-Election

khts_schools_chalkboardHart School Board Member Steve Sturgeon declared his intention to run for re-election November 2011.

State Must Refrain From New Programs Regardless Of Their Worthiness

RunnerSharon1Given the state’s chronic $16 billion deficit, Senator Sharon Runner introduced legislation to certify that sufficient funds exist prior to initiating a statewide transitional kindergarten program.

“There is no worthier cause than to educate California’s children,” said Sen. Runner. “But given the state’s deep cuts to existing educational programs, now is not the time to start a new program.”

Free Living With Neurological Disorder Lecture To Be Held

Providence1The Hycy and Howard Hill Neuroscience Institute at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center is offering a free lecture about living with neurological disorders.

Michael M. Marvi, M.D., Neurologist and Ronald F. Young, Neurosurgeon will be there to discuss current treatment strategies and future innovations for neurological disorders including Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor.

SHARE Tolerance Program Wins Peace Officer's Award For Innovation

SHAREThe LASD Stop Hate and Respect Everyone (S.H.A.R.E.) Tolerance Program has won the "Excellence and Innovation" Award from the Peace Officers Association of Los Angeles County.

 

The S.H.A.R.E. Tolerance Program was developed by Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Region I (northern L.A. County) personnel in an effort to positively impact the estimated 8,000 hate crimes occurring annually within Los Angeles County.

Golden Valley Baseball Team Tops Saugus

khts_sportsThe Golden Valley baseball team showed some signs of life, beating Saugus, 5-3. Anthony San Miguel drove in three runs for Golden Valley.

Riley Sherwood was 2-for-3 with a double and scored a run. Ryan Alvarez doubled and scored twice for Golden Valley.

Justin Sheehan was 1-for-4 with a double and drove in two runs for Saugus. Andru Cardenas was 3-for-4 with two doubles and scored a run.

Canyon Country Man Convicted Of Second-Degree Murder

khts_crimeA jury today convicted a Canyon Country man of second-degree murder for plowing his truck into four cyclists, killing one, while he was drunk.

The jury deliberated less than two hours before finding Marco Antonio Valencia, 22, guilty of the July 11, 2009, DUI accident that killed cyclist Joseph Novotny, said Deputy District Attorney William Chung.

SCV: No Date For The Redistricting Prom

City_Council_4_26_11Mayor Pro Tem Laurie Ender told the public, city staff and fellow council members, “We have no date to the prom on this one yet.”

Ender was referring to the redrawing of district lines and rumors that the Antelope Valley and Ventura County may not want to include the Santa Clarita Valley in their plans.

April 27 2011: Dodgers Beat Marlins In Extra Innings 5-4

The Dodgers came from behind and beat the Marlins Wednesday afternoon. The Marlins jumped out first scoring 4 runs at the bottom of the 2nd inning. A home run by Rod Barajas at the top of the 4th inning put the Dodgers within 1 run of the Marlins. Then the Dodgers tied the game at the top of the 7th inning with a line drive by Juan Uribe. As the game went into extra innings, Andre Ethier becomes the game hero as he hits a home run at the top of the 10th inning which was the game winning run. The final score was 5-4.

March D.I.S.A.R.M. Searches Net 166 Arrests

antonovichLos Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich announced recently that during the month of March, D.I.S.A.R.M., Developing Increased Safety through Arms Reduction Management, Officers confiscated 27 guns and six rifles, over $525,000 in illegal drugs and drug money, and arrested 166 probationers during 1259 unannounced searches of residences, persons, vehicles, and businesses.

Taxing Library Issues

bookpicThe Santa Clarita City Council voted unanimously to adopt a resolution Tuesday night to not levy the voter-approved special tax dedicated to fund library services, effective Fiscal Year 2011-12.