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Hometown Stories: Bill Crowl - Scouts Honor


By Rachel Singer

Bill Crowl:  Scouts Honor

Every October, my husband and I attend a fabulous Halloween Ball.  Costumes are mandatory and I take it very seriously.

Divine inspiration came in the form of Russell in the Disney film, “UP”.  Ron would be a Boy Scout and I would be a Girl Scout.

Resume Rally To Be Held March 20 At COC

resumerallyThe College of the Canyons Career Services department will be hosting a pair of Resume Rally events designed to help students and community members create, enhance or fine-tune their professional resumes in advance of the college’s two upcoming Job & Career Fairs.

Green Tea: Good Inside and Out

Green Tea has long been regarded as a healthy habit among the Chinese and Japanese cultures and is quickly gaining popularity in the West. In studies conducted by The American Heart Association, Yale-New Haven Hospital and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, to name a few, scientists have demonstrated that green tea actually blocks the formation of plaque in the arteries (atherosclerosis). The antioxidants contained within green tea have been linked to a decreased risk of stroke and heart diseases.

SCV Fishing Report March 6th: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report


Here's the latest fishing reports for our local freshwater lakes, as well as the closest saltwater locales:

Public's Help Sought In Tracking Down Palmdale Mini-Mart Robber

PalmdaleminimartsuspectLate Monday night, an employee at gas station mini mart called Palmdale Station to inform them they had just been robbed.

The victims relayed to detectives that a black male wearing a ski mask, grey hooded sweatshirt and grey shorts entered the empty location and produced a silver handgun. The suspect approached a clerk behind the register and began demanding that she open the register and empty the contents into the backpack he provided.

ETI To Hold Multiple Sclerosis Benefit Ride On Sunday

horsesontrailsETI National Jr. Ambassadors and ETI Sanctioned Trail Trials are holding a Team/MAU Competition on Sunday, March 11.

The entry booth opens at 8:15 a.m.; first rider out at 9 a.m., last rider out at 11 a.m.

Homeowners In County Can Get Loans For Energy Upgrades

Money_stacksIn an innovative partnership between Energy Upgrade California in Los Angeles County and San Fernando Valley-based Matadors Community Credit Union, Los Angeles county homeowners can now qualify for loans with as little as 2% interest on home energy upgrades through Energy Upgrade LA’s network of contractors.

West Ranch Baseball Team Wins In Extra Innings At USC

khts_sportsThe West Ranch baseball team needed extra innings, but beat El Camino Real, 4-3, in a game at USC’s Dedeaux Field.

West Ranch scored a run in the top of the eighth inning to break a 3-3 tie.

Josh Heinz drove in a run and had two hits. JC Cloney pitched two scoreless innings to earn the win.

Booing, Hissing: City Council Candidates Forum Reveals Rough Treatment

candidatesRunning for Santa Clarita City Council can be rough. Just ask first time candidate Jon Hatami (second from right).

“I’m new to this whole political thing. And there is a lot of meanness. A lot of aggression. A lot of issues and things I think that make a lot of new people like me not be a part of politics,” said Hatami.

Current Mayor Laurie Ender, herself a candidate for reelection, said the way she’s seen Hatami be treated is similar to when she ran four years ago.