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November 4, 2011: Canyon Beats Hart, 42-24- Plus All Scores

Tonight, live on KHTS, the Canyon Cowboys defeated the Hart Indians, by a final score of 42-24.

For a recap of scores from all of Friday night's games, click here!

Join us next Friday, November 11, for Valencia vs. Saugus at 7:15pm!

And don't forget that you can get text message scores sent right to your phone! Send a text to 41411 with the word KHTSFOOTBALL (all caps, no spaces!)

Habitat For Heroes Rehabs First House In Veterans' Help Project

H4HSignPhotos by Mark Archuleta and Carol Rock
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Neighbors on normally peaceful Magnolia Glen Drive in Saugus woke up Saturday to armies of volunteers invading their block.

Local Students To Run The Last Mile Of Marathon For Medals

marathoncityMore than a thousand students – ranging from kindergarteners to eighth graders and every grade in between, will run the final mile of the Santa Clarita Marathon Sunday morning to complete their “Final Mile Challenge.”

The program gives students the chance to run a full marathon over the course of two months, rather than just one day.  In September, students received a running log to track their miles of exercise at home with parents or at school with teachers.

Former USC Art Professor's Exhibition Comes To COC

COClogoThe work of Los Angeles based sculptor-painter and former University of Southern California (USC) art professor Jay Willis will be on display at the College of the Canyons Art Gallery beginning Tuesday, November 8, with the opening of the exhibition “Jay Willis — It’s Complicated.”

FDA Warns People To Avoid Frozen Oysters Due To Norovirus

Recall-SidebarA large-scale recall of frozen oysters has been issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, who is warning consumers not to eat certain ASSI Brand frozen oysters from Korea following an outbreak of illness in Washington state caused by norovirus.

The Importance Of Facial Cleansing Every Night

320px-Eye_makeupQ. is it really necessary to wash your face every night?

A. Yes!  It helps your skin maintain a healthy, youthful appearance.

Cozy Up To The Fire

Tami_Smight_HeadshotWhenever a fireplace is in a room, it becomes the focal point.  Considering that, don't you agree, it is important to plan properly so your fireplace complements the space and existing furnishings. Read on to learn more...

 

 

 

 

 

National Unemployment Drops To 9.0 Percent

LAEDCThe U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today non-farm payroll employment continued to trend up in October with the addition of 80,000 jobs, but the national unemployment rate was little changed from 9.1 to 9.0 percent.

Juvenile Trio In Canyon Country Shooting To Be Tried As Adults

CCPOshootingchestwoundriverbedThe alleged triggerman in Monday’s shooting at a strip mall in Canyon Country was a repeat offender, according to a complaint filed by the District Attorney.

Diamonte Jerome McGhee, Branden Trevaughn Higgs and Eric Michael Edwards, all 17, are being tried as adults.

Kelly's Krew Hits Marathon Course To Support Friend With Leukemia

KellyKrewpicSeveral runners in Sunday’s marathon are hitting the road with a friend in mind – they’re even wearing identical turquoise T-shirts, identifying them as Kelly’s Krew.