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Kuredjian Remembered As Good Deputy, Great Friend

8_31_Memorial_WD__0047Photos by Will Davison

Every year, they come to the short granite marker.

Sometimes they bring flowers.

Sometimes they come to smoke cigars.

Some years there are just a handful.

On Wednesday, the corner of Stevenson Ranch and Poe Parkways was packed with more than 100 cops and a small group of neighbors.

API Report Cards Released For Local Schools

California_Department_of_Education_copyThe California Department of Education has released overall Academic Performance Index (API) scores for the five local school districts:


Newhall                        903

Saugus                          876

Castaic                         844

Sulphur Springs             832

Hart                             832

Newhall District Kicks Off Bond Campaign In Historic Auditorium

NewhallAuditorium811By Patti Rasmussen

A campaign kick-off is scheduled for Thursday, September 8, for a $60 million bond initiative in the Newhall School District. Bond money, if approved in November, will extend the district’s current bond without raising taxes and will be used for a variety of infrastructure upgrades including technology, science labs, classroom repairs, and the restoration of the Newhall Auditorium.

Senior Center Selects New Executive Director

dardeauThe Board of Directors of the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging (COA) has announced the selection of Rachelle Dardeau, M.S., M.S.W. as Executive Director of the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, effective September 6.


SCV Fishing Report August 31st: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

FishingReport-SidebarHalibut Hal reporting with this weeks KHTS 1220AM fresh and salt water fish reports.  Starting with our local lakes here's what's biting

August 31, 2011: Dodgers Sweep Padres, 4-2

The Dodgers defeated the San Diego Padres Wednesday afternoon, by a final score of 4-2. The Dodgers completed the sweep of the Padres, and now head to Pittsburgh for a one game make-up tomorrow morning.


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City Gives Senior Center Helping Hand

CitySeniorChecktwoOn Tuesday, Santa Clarita Mayor Marsha McLean and City Manager Ken Pulskamp presented a check representing the annual contribution of $611,080 to the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging to support Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center services.



Funds allocated by the City of Santa Clarita allow the Senior Center to provide support services for more than 35,000 seniors and functionally impaired adults in the area.

City Library Offers Language Learning Resource

MangoLanguagesLogoFor those trying to learn a new language, our city library is here to help.  Mango Languages, an online language-learning resource, is now available for free to card holders in the Santa Clarita Public Library system.

COC Women's Soccer Team Opens With 2-1 Win Over Taft College

khts_sportsThe College of the Canyons women’s soccer team opened its season with a 2-1 win over Taft College.

Sarah Sager and Sydney Tobin scored for COC.

Next up for the Cougars is Santa Ana College on Friday.

In high school golf, the Valencia girls won their season-opening match against Dos Pueblos by 14 shots, 262-276, at the TPC at Valencia. Valencia’s Hallie Jin shot the low round of the day, a 5-over par 41.

SCV Outdoor Report: Hydrogeology for Dummies - pt 3.


By Wendy Langhans

Quick - how many states are in the continental United States?  If you said 48, you’re right.  Now - how many watersheds are in the continental United States?  Would you believe me if I said more than 2,000?