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Where Did The Time Go? Santa Clarita Turns 25

Citylogowith25In celebration of the Santa Clarita’s 25th year of cityhood, new web pages have been added to the City’s website at www.santa-clarita.com/25.

And if you turn 25 this year, the city wants to hear from you.

COC Faculty Art In Focus In New Exhibit

COClogoThe College of the Canyons Art Gallery will put the collective talents and artistic abilities of six COC faculty members on display during the upcoming exhibition titled “Faculty Focus.”

UPDATED: Closures Planned For HOV Lane Construction On I-5

khts_trafficalertThursday, March 8 10:57 a.m. Additional closures have been announced, see below

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) plans to close the lanes, ramps and connectors listed below as part of a $140 million improvement project to construct High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV or carpool) lanes and a direct HOV lane connector at the
I-5/SR-170 interchange.

Bowman Plans E-Waste Collection Event In April

recyclinglogoBowman High School is sponsoring an e-waste collection event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 22 to raise money for ASB projects.

E-waste will be accepted in the parking lot of Santa Clarita Lanes, 21615 Soledad Canyon Road and the collection will be handled by All Green Recycling.

College Of The Canyons Extends Summer Institute Classes To High School Students

COCDue to the overwhelming popularity and success of the College of the Canyons Junior High Summer Institute, college officials have announced that the annual career exploration themed summer camps will also be offered to high school students beginning in summer 2012.

Hart Softball Team Pounds Out 25 Hits Against Moorpark

khts_sportsThe Hart softball team collected 25 hits against Moorpark, and needed every one of them in a 14-13 win.

Tracey Chandless was 5-for-5 at the plate for Hart. She hit a home run, a double and drove in five runs.

Blake Lewis had four hits and drove in two runs for Hart. Sammy Leibman and Jessie Jones each had two hits for the Indians.

It was a good day for the Golden Valley softball and boys tennis teams.

Dante Acosta Pulls Papers To Challenge McKeon For Congressional Seat

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By Leon Worden/SCVNEWS.com

Santa Clarita Gold Star father Dante Acosta has pulled nomination papers to challenge Howard “Buck” McKeon for Congress in the June primary election.

According to LAVote.net, Acosta, a Republican, pulled his papers Tuesday and has until Friday to file them.

Camp For Kids With Disabilities Seeks To Build In SCV

Kindle_RanchProject Kindle is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing camps to children with special needs striving to kindle its vision in the hearts of everyone in the Santa Clarita Valley.

At a luncheon today, Project Kindle's leadership presented their stories and vision with community leaders and local business owners in an effort to raise awareness and funds for their needs.

Doing Battle At Home? Village Producers Want To Offer Help

villageProducers of a new documentary TV show are looking for Santa Clarita families who have had it with the everyday battle at home. If you’re a mom or dad locked in a “he-said-she-said” battle with your teens, you are just who the producers are looking for.

Naval Academy Women's Glee Club To Perform Monday At Northpark Church

USNAWomensGleeThe internationally-acclaimed U.S. Naval Academy Women’s Glee Club will appear in concert Monday, during the first stop of their 10-day spring break performing tour.

The concert theme is “A Salute to America’s Heroes,” and will be held at the Northpark Community Church, located at 28310 Kelly Johnson Parkway.   The concert is free and no tickets are required; doors open at 6:30 p.m. The concert begins at 7 p.m.