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Revamp Your Home With New Windows

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By Juliana Menchaca:

Replacing your windows is an excellent way to update your home's style. If you are a home owner, you know the stress of always creating the look that you intend to keep. Furniture, color coordination and  textures all play a large role in this. Most importantly, though,  are lighting and windows.

McKeon Visits McGrath To Offer Blue Ribbon Congratulations

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Students at McGrath Elementary School in Newhall had a special visitor today all the way from Washington D.C.

Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon stopped by to congratulate the administration, staff and students on winning the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Award.

 

Clean Your Garage And Help Sierra Vista Junior High School

SVlogoThere aren’t many fundraisers easier than this.

It doesn’t require dressing up, buying anything special, assembling a basket or attending a function where you spend money on things you don’t really need.

In fact, it’s that “things you don’t need” part that becomes the centerpiece.

Pentagon Grants Contract, Creates Jobs In Valencia

biz_raytheonAIM9xinflightBy Leon Worden/SCVNEWS.com

The Pentagon announced Thursday it has awarded a $62 million fixed-price missile contract to Raytheon Missile Systems – and $1.75 million of the work, or 2.81 percent, will be performed in Valencia.

 

Many Felonies Will No Longer Lead To State Prison Time

RunnerSharon1Governor Brown’s new prison realignment plan, AB 109, moves the responsibility of lower level offenders from state prisons to county jails.  This is a part of the Brown’s plan to help balance the budget.

Stampede To Perform In Concert At OutWest, Bergstom Opens

StampedeFrom West of the freeway in Northern Utah come Western Music Association performers STAMPEDE! - a multi-award winning Western music duo that brings good music (classic and original), harmony, humor and just down right good fun to the stage. They will be performing at OutWest in downtown Newhall on Main Street this Saturday night.

City's Holiday Card Art Contest

CityofSantaClaritalogo1For those who love to draw, paint or take photographs, the City of Santa Clarita wants your artwork!  The City is inviting artists to submit their original artwork for a holiday card art contest.

Grape Tomatoes Recalled Due To Salmonella Risk

Recall-SidebarAndrew Williamson Fresh Produce is voluntarily recalling one lot of organic grape tomatoes sold under the Limited Edition® and Fresh & Easy labels due to a possible health risk from Salmonella.

 

Santa Clarita Attorney Represents Victim In West Covina Shooting Case

khts_crime_genericThe family of Omar Francisco Garcia has been offered a $1.5 million settlement by the city of West Covina in the case of Omar Francisco Garcia, who died in 2008 after a confrontation with police that resulted in gunfire.

Santa Clarita attorney Greg Owen. of the SCV lawfirm Owen, Patterson, Owen represents three of Garcia's family members.

COC Women's Volleyball Team Sweeps Allan Hancock College

khts_sportsThe College of the Canyons women’s volleyball team swept Allan Hancock College in three games to win its sixth match of the season.

COC setter Arine Labryzki had 27 assists and six aces. Cailtlin Chapman had a team-high eight kills for COC.

The Master’s College women’s volleyball team lost to Fresno Pacific in five games. Samantha Dougherty had 17 kills for The Master’s College.