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High Desert, Castaic Middle Schools Named To State's 'Schools To Watch' List

tt-smallState Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today announced that four high-performing California schools are newly designated model middle schools in the Schools to Watch - Taking Center Stage program. Another 11 high-performing California schools will also retain their model middle grades schools status under the same program.

Arts And Literacy Festival Returns To Newhall Park Saturday

Images from 2010 festival

LiteracyArts14The City of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation are inviting community members to the fifth annual Literacy and Arts Festival at Newhall Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, December 3.

The event will showcase theater groups, authors, and creative activities to promote the importance of literacy and arts for residents of all ages.

Bridgeport Cat Goes Missing, Owners Asking For Help

lostkittytwoThe Cosenza family of Valencia is looking for their family cat "Nikki" that went missing three weeks ago in the Bridgeport area.

The Siamese/Himalayan feline is 10 years old, grey and white in color, has blue eyes, white “snowshoe” feet and a white mustache.

Saugus Girls, Golden Valley Boys Win CIF State Cross Country Titles

khts_sportsTwo high school cross country teams made history at the CIF State meet at Woodward Park in Fresno over the weekend.

The Saugus girls won their sixth CIF state championship in a row. The Golden Valley boys won their first CIF state championship in school history.

Hikers Found By Their Cell Phone Lights

Two lost hunters were located using the glow of a cell phone screen Saturday night in the wild area near Piru Creek.

At approximately 10 p.m., a helicopter was requested for two hunters – Leonard Unger, 49 and a 17-year old male, both of Los Angeles – who were lost and stranded on a rock out cropping in Piru Creek near Hardluck Campground in the Los Padres National Forest.

Initial information received from the hunters whom had limited cellular service stated they were unable to move off a sheer cliff about one and one half miles south of the Hardluck Campground.

Hometown Recipes: Transform Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

erinwalgamuth-headshotBy Erin Walgamuth

For most of the past 32 Thanksgivings, my family and I have traveled to Northern California for the holiday. This year we are staying home. One of the benefits of having the holiday dinner at our house, besides not packing three kids in the car at 4am and driving for 8 hours, is the leftovers.

Today, we'll delve into some creative ways to use Thanksgiving leftovers to make brand new dishes!

November 26, 2011 - Kings Lose To Chicago Blackhawks 2-1

The Los Angeles Kings lost to the Chicago Blackhawks 2-1 on Saturday night. Be sure to tune in to all the Kings action throughout the season on your hometown Station, KHTS AM-1220.

November 25, 2011: Hart And Canyon Eliminated From Football Playoffs

Tonight: Canyon and Hart faced off against St. Bonaventure and Westlake, respectively, in the second round of the CIF Football playoffs. Unfortunately, both teams were eliminated from the postseason.

For the final scores, click here!

 

Congratulations to all of our local teams on a great football season!

Rover Launch A Milestone For SCV Rocket Men

By Leon Worden / SCVNews.com

Saturday's launch of the newest and biggest Mars rover had special meaning for some Santa Clarita Valley residents who built and designed it, and now are responsible for flying the spacecraft to the red planet and ultimately landing it there.

“It's been a great day. The launch went very, very well, and the spacecraft looks like it's working very well in flight,” said Sand Canyon resident Richard Cook, deputy project manager on NASA's $2.5 billion Mars Science Laboratory mission.