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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.

Teens Sent Reminder That Speed Kills

sandcanyonteensIn response to a series of speeding and reckless driving incidents over the last year on Sand Canyon Road, the City and the Sheriff’s Department have teamed up to provide education and increased law enforcement aimed at making this two lane road and City streets safer.

Veterans To Get Help With Job Search

veteransflagVeterans are getting a deserved helping hand in finding employment once they return home, thanks to a series of seminars hosted at the Veterans Support Office at College of the Canyons.

Brad Spahr is behind the effort to help returning vets and hopes to fill a gap left when young men and women answered the country’s call.

Golden Valley Quarterback Headed To Graceland University

khts_sportsReid Soliman, the quarterback at Golden Valley High School, is headed to Graceland University in Iowa to continue his football career.

Soliman threw for 1,065 yards and six touchdowns in his senior season at Golden Valley. Golden Valley was 1-9 overall and 0-5 against the Foothill League last season.

Accident On Lyons Avenue Smashes Parked Cars

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A car accident on Monday afternoon on Lyons Avenue caused quite a scene, prompting several people to pull over and whip out their cell phone cameras.

The accident occured on Lyons Avenue near Arcadia Street in midafternoon. According to  Lt. Tom Bryski of the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's station, the male driver of the white pickup truck was blinded by the sun and rear-ended a parked car, which in turn caused a domino effect.

Saugus Sets Community Meetings To Discuss Funding Ideas

School_Funding-290x217Officials from the Saugus Union School District will hold four community meetings over the next two weeks to discuss the impacts of state budget cuts on the K-6 district.

In recent weeks the district has issued pink-slip warning letters to teachers as a result of a projected revenue shortfall.

 

College Prep Top Subject At Library Seminars

SCLibraryLogoThe Santa Clarita Public Library is offering free workshops at the Valencia Library throughout the month of March to help prepare high school students and their parents for college. Workshops cover a range of information including college preparation, how to apply, and standardized testing.

Celebrating Humanities Theme Of COC Series

COCThis semester, the College of the Canyons Humanities Division will present a series of 17 events and activities meant to demonstrate the collective power of the humanities subjects and showcase the vast talents of the college’s faculty, during the second annual Celebrating the Humanities program.

Caltrans Restarts Construction Project Near Frazier Park

khts_trafficalertThe California Department of Transportation would like to inform commuters and residents in south Kern County near the communities of Lebec, Frazier Park and Gorman that the Rehabilitation Project on southbound Interstate-5 (I-5) will resume construction work activities beginning Monday, March 12.

Valencia Baseball Team Chases Harvard-Westlake Star Starter

khts_sportsThe Valencia High baseball team pounded one of the top pitching prospects in the nation in the final game of the Easton Tournament.

The Vikings roughed up Harvard-Westlake left-hander Max Fried for seven runs on 10 hits in a stunning 11-4 win.

AJ Balta drove in six runs and was 4-for-5 for Valencia in the game. Trey Williams hit a home run, drove in two runs and was 3-for-4.