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February 21 2012: Kings Lose To Coyotes In A Shootout 5-4

It was a heart breaking loss for the Kings as they fell against the Phoenix Coyotes Tuesday night in a shootout. The Kings came out swinging as they scored three goals in the first period. In the second period, Justin Williams scored a goal to put the Kings up by four goals but the Coyotes can back with their gritty style of hockey and scored three goals to come within one point of the Kings. The Coyotes scored one goal in the third period to tie the game and force overtime. As the game went into a shootout, the Kings could not out score the Coyotes and fall to the Coyotes in the shootout.

Pink Lemonade And Petition For Potentially Pink-Slipped Teachers

Cassidy_lemonade_smallerChildren from North Park Elementary have joined the effort to support the 84 teachers who may be pink-slipped as soon as tonight at the Saugus Union School District board meeting.

They set up a stand to raise money for gift cards by selling lemonade and cupcakes.

Pink lemonade for pink slips.

(Cassidy, age 8, and Emma Bensko, age 6, on far right)

Inquiring Minds Want To Know: What Do You Want To Ask Your City Council Candidates?

CityofSCV-News-SidebarSanta Clarita Mayor Laurie Ender and Councilman Bob Kellar received the endorsement of the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce this morning for their reelection campaigns.

The two open seats on the council – currently held by Ender and Kellar – are the target of five hopefuls – the incumbents and challengers Jon Hatami, Ed Colley and TimBen Boydston. The election will be held April 10. Vote-By-Mail ballots come out March 12.

Hometown Recipes: Chicken And Chicken Soup

erinwalgamuth-resizedWe are a family of five, so I am always trying to stretch my weekly food dollar as far as possible. Here are two delicious, nutritious, economical and easy meals to make from one roasted chicken and vegetables.

Santa Clarita Library Offers Wide Variety Of Youth Programming

SCLibraryLogoThe Santa Clarita Public Library offers free, ongoing programs for kindergarten through eighth grade students to encourage literacy and reading education. Youth programming at all three branches includes everything from story times and crafts to events that explore the sciences.

SCV Fishing Report February 21st: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

Here's this weeks fishing reports for local freshwater and saltwater anglers:

Habitat To Honor Philanthropist, Developers

Habitat_for_Humanity_Logo_2005Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valley will present its Hammer of Hope award to Philanthropist Austin Beutner and Primestor’s Arturo Sneider and Leandro Tyberg at the organization's annual Habitat Hearts for Heroes Gala and Auction, which will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, March 2 at the Universal Sheraton, 333 Universal City Drive.

Henry Mayo’s Stroke Program Receives Silver Quality Achievement Award

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines–Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes Henry Mayo’s commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of stroke care by ensuring that stroke patients receive treatment according to nationally accepted standards and recommendations.

Forest Service Expands Brush Clearance Requirements

county_sealLower than normal precipitation has increased fire danger making brush clearance a vital component in fire prevention, announced Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.

In response to a series of recommendations made by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, the United States Forest Service has agreed to expand brush clearance requirements.