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Trinity Care Hospice Needs Your Clicks

providence-trinity-careTrinityKids Care, a program of Providence TrinityCare Hospice in Southern California, is one of 500 finalists across the nation competing to win one of 100 vehicles.  Your vote can make a difference and give a mobility van to a program that provides a ray of hope for children and families.

Cooling Centers Opened As Temperatures Soar Into Triple Digits

khts_weather_100degreesThe Weather Service has forecast very high temperatures for the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys, where the thermometer is expected to reach 100 degrees or more in the next two days.

 

To provide relief from the heat for the elderly and others who face heat-related health difficulties and stress, cooling centers have been opened by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, two of them in Santa Clarita.

Sports And Our Children

By Dr. Carolyn A. Griffin, D.C.:

Inmates Get A Road Trip To Go With Bracelets

khts_crime_genericDeputies will have to take a long road to jail for the next couple of days, as the lockup at the Santa Clarita Valley station on Magic Mountain Parkway will be closed for repairs.

 

 

Fall Storytime For Fun And Literacy

3_kids_and_booksThe leaves have not yet begun to turn, but the pages of books are already turning as the Santa Clarita Public Library presents Fall Storytimes.

“Fall Storytimes is a reflection of the city’s commitment to create early literacy opportunities for young children and their parents,” Mayor Marsha McLean.

Ground Turkey May Be Culprit In Resistant Salmonella Outbreak

groundturkeyThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is collaborating with public health officials in many states and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) to investigate a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Heidelberg infections that is likely caused by eating ground turkey.

Energy Champions Offers Fund Raising For Non-Profits

county_seal_copy_copy_copy_copy_copyLos Angeles County is inviting community-based organizations to raise money, help reduce energy use and become an Energy Champion.

The Energy Champions program is currently accepting applications from nonprofit and faith-based organizations, K-12 public and private schools, homeowner associations, and chambers of commerce located within Los Angeles County.

Hart High graduate Trevor Bauer Makes Pro Baseball Debut For Visalia

 

khts_sportsHart High graduate Trevor Bauer made his professional baseball debut for the Visalia Rawhide and pitched two scoreless innings.

Bauer, the first-round selection by the Arizona Diamondbacks, gave up one hit and struck out three against the Stockton Ports. One of the batters he faced was Michael Gilmartin, who played high school baseball at Crespi in Encino.

Visalia won the game, 11-2.

Do You Know What Chemicals Are In Your Shampoo

Shampoo_picLadies and gentleman, have you ever heard of the saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover”? Well, the same saying can be applied to your shampoo. Just because the shampoo bottle is dazzling and it smells like juicy mango, doesn’t mean your hair is getting the best treatment.

Henry Mayo Hospital Sets Blood Drive August 11

blood_drive2Whether it’s an automobile accident injury or someone with a life-threatening illness, every time an ambulance rushes to the hospital with the siren alerting its approach, there’s a possibility that the individual on board needs blood.