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Supervisors Consider Castaic Pool Complex

castaicpoolcomplex-phase1Leon Worden, SCVNEWS.COM

Castaic residents could start the summer of 2013 with a public swimming pool complex on a par with the city of Santa Clarita’s Aquatics Center if the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approves a $9.6 million design-build contract Tuesday.

Fright Fest Scares Up More Tricks And Treats For Guests

FrightFest_TatsuAnd you thought sending your kids back to school was the most frightening thing you could handle – not so, fellow Santa Claritans. It’s only 97 days until Christmas, which can only mean one thing: Fright Fest is coming to Six Flags Magic Mountain.



Banking On Art As A Community Investment

SCAAcrowdtwoCulminating a three-day “gallery” display of artwork created by members of the Santa Clarita Artists’ Association, Union Bank Vice President Oscar Dominguez will present a $1,000 sponsorship for the upcoming Art Classic Gala at a reception in its Newhall branch at the corner of Lyons and Peachlands Avenues.


College In Your Student's Future? Hart Offers Planning Help

hartdistlogoREDThe William S. Hart High School District is hosting a series of free workshops this week to help parents plan for their children’s college education.



Michael Endersbe of College Bound Strategies, LLC, will present an overview of the college admissions process and discuss realistic funding opportunities.

More Heat In Store For Santa Clarita

Sun_Pic1_copyWith summer almost behind us in the Santa Clarita valley, it seems as though the weather should be ready to make a cool transition. With a heat warning coming into effect this week, it doesn’t feel like Mother Nature is going to cool us down anytime soon.

Wine Tasting Fundraiser Helps Raise Breast Cancer Awareness


VALENCIA, CA (September 9, 2011)--A fun-filled evening of fine wine and delectable appetizers is just one of several events planned this October to help the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Health Foundation and Sheila R. Veloz Breast Imaging Center raise awareness of the importance of mammograms for early breast cancer detection.

Health Benefits Of This Hot Stone Therapy

Massage_Pic1After a long work week and running countless errands for your family, all you need is a little rest and relaxation time. You could always just get your hair done or visit some old friends, but nothing beats rejuvenating massage.

Canyon Country Advisory Committee To Feature Gang Unit Update

CCAC_LogoSanta Clarita Sheriff Sgt. Dan Stanley will discuss the five deputy gang unit assigned to the Canyon Country area at this Wednesday’s Canyon Country Advisory Committee meeting.

There will also be a presentation by school counselor Lori Wilson on Bowman High School and how it helps young adults down the “educational road less traveled.”


Not Just Any Ordinary Cleanser

DSCF0298-2Even though summer is all about hitting the beach and barbequing with friends, one thing you might not know is that your skin is paying the price. With the right cleanser your skin will be well prepared for fun in the sun.

West Ranch Football Team Shuts Out Eastside

khts_sportsThe West Ranch football team shut out Eastside, 35-0, and won its third game in a row.

Running back Jeff Coprich rushed for 100 yards and scored a touchdown.

Zahr Lyttle and Jake Miura each scored two touchdowns for West Ranch.

The Canyon football team piled on Knight, 56-7, and improved to 2-0 on the season. Quarterback Jonathan Jerozal threw four touchdown passes and was 15-of-24 for 231 yards.