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Rice Pilaf Rice-A-Roni Recalled For Milk Allergen

recallRiceARoniRice-A-Roni has initiated a voluntary recall on a small quantity of specific family-size boxes of Rice-A-Roni Rice Pilaf flavor due to an undeclared milk allergen.  This product was originally distributed to stores located in California and Arizona. People who are allergic to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

Give Thanks By Giving Blood This Thanksgiving Season

Blood_DriveIn the spirit of Thanksgiving, Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital invites the community to give thanks by giving blood during its annual “Pie for a Pint” blood drive on Thursday, November 17, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Dusenberry, Ward Advance to WSCGA Girls Golf Tournament

khts_sportsHart’s Kendell Dusenberry and West Ranch’s Julie Ward are still alive – barely – in the CIF girls golf playoffs.

Both advanced to the WSCGA girls golf championship in Murrieta on Thursday, playing dangerously close to the cut line in the CIF Southern Section individual tournament at the Talega Golf Course in San Clemente.

November 7, 2011: Kings Fall Prey To Sharks

Another sad loss for the Kings tonight as the Sharks dominate the Second Period, leading 3 to 1. Kings started off strong outshooting San Jose Sharks, but ferocity killed the cat this game.



Kings: 2      |     Sharks: 4



Jack Johnson scored in a Power Play during the Second Period

Former COC Trustee Arrested For Solicitation In Virginia

mug_ErnieTichenor_bookingBy Leon Worden/

A former three-term College of the Canyons board member faces charges of soliciting sex from a 13-year-old girl over Craigslist.

Dr. Murray Guilty Of Involuntary Manslaughter In Michael Jackson Death

seal_of_California_copyLos Angeles (CNN) -- Dr. Conrad Murray was found guilty Monday of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.

Murray served as Jackson's personal physician as he prepared for his comeback concerts, giving him the surgical anesthetic propofol to help him sleep nearly every night for the last two months of his life, according to testimony.

Newhall School District Officials Optimistic On Eve Of Bond Measure E Vote

newhall_school_district_copyOn Tuesday voters in the Newhall School District will have to consider approving a $60 million bond called Measure E.

On the eve of the election Superintendent Marc Winger is optimistic.

“I’m feeling pretty good. We’ve been phone banking for a while and we keep track of the responses we’re getting on phone banking and it’s coming back pretty positive. Positive enough to pass and that’s what we’re concerned about,” said Winger.

Relaxed Alcohol Permitting Tops List Of Proposed Changes To Downtown Newhall Specific Plan

City_seal_med_clrThey are not the Dirty Dozen.

Perhaps they’re more like the Magnificent Seven.

Seven amendments to the Downtown Newhall Specific Plan meant to continue the revitalization of the area.

Perhaps, the most controversial of the amendments involves amending “Alcohol Uses for On-Site Consumption”. Currently, all alcohol-related uses similar to a wine bar or restaurant requires a Minor Use Permit (MUP) in the DNSP.

Gibbons Conservationist Dies After Surgery

AlanMootnickAlan Richard Mootnick, one of the world’s foremost specialists and conservationists of gibbons, died Friday, Nov. 4, from complications following heart surgery.  He was 60 years old.

Mootnick founded the non-profit Gibbon Conservation Center (GCC) in Santa Clarita, CA, in 1976, with the purpose to prevent the extinction of gibbons—small Southeast Asian apes—and to advance the study, propagation, and conservation of the species.

West Ranch Rocks The Line At Annual Rampage

rampage110511hartBy Leon Worden/

An airtight Thousand Oaks High School marching band took home the sweepstakes trophy with a score of 86.35, but it was Hart High’s band that posted the highest point score in Saturday’s 28th annual Rampage field show competition at College of the Canyons while West Ranch took top honors for its auxiliary and percussion sections.