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U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios To Be Interviewed Tuesday; Questions From Public Sought

Rosie_RiosRosie Rios, Treasurer of the United States and senior advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury will be interviewed live on KHTS AM 1220 Tuesday morning at 6 a.m. The interview will be conducted by financial advisor Arif Halaby of Total Money Solutions.

Local Unemployment Figures Remain Unchanged

unemploymentBy Leon Worden/

Santa Clarita’s unemployment rate held steady in February after climbing to 7.4 percent in January.

The 0.3-percent uptick from December’s 7.1-percent rate was attributed primarily to the loss of seasonal retail jobs after the December holidays.

Hart Softball Team Crushes Chaminade

khts_sportsThe Hart softball team muscled up and beat Chaminade, 11-1. Tracy Chandless capped a three-run third inning with a two-run home run.

Blake Lewis and Sammy Liebman added RBI singles in the fourth inning.

Hart tacked on five more runs in the bottom of the fifth inning.

Sacramento Trip Puts Legislators In The Hot Seat

sac2012elevenElected officials like to hear from their constituents. They take phone calls, letters, emails and tweets, Facebook posts and every now and then, a busload of their people asking the hard questions.

That’s what happened earlier this week when 80 Santa Clarita Valley people – 60 of them riding a red charter bus and 20 flying into Sacramento – converged on the historic capitol, looking for some face time and answers.

MTA Board Approves Antonovich Plan For Transit

AntonovichA motion by MTA First Vice Chair, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich supporting the Antelope Valley Line Infrastructure Improvement Strategic Plan was unanimously approved by the MTA Board of Directors.

Romeo And Juliet To Visit High Schools Via Festival Artists

shakespeare-21By Allison Pari

This Friday, students will have the opportunity to experience Shakespeare in a way that is fresh and relatable through programs provided by the Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival. Valencia High ninth graders who are studying Romeo and Juliet will watch a 40 minute, original adaptation of the play that focuses on the impetuous behavior of two young people who make choices without considering the consequences.

State Of The County Set For May 2 At Hyatt Regency Valencia

mikeantonovichSupervisor Michael D. Antonovich will again update local business and community leaders on the “State of the County” on Wednesday, May 2, at the Hyatt Regency Valencia Hotel and Conference Center.

Antonovich’s fourth annual address, hosted by the Santa Clarita Valley and Castaic chambers of commerce, is expected to focus on the state budget crisis and how it affects the county, public safety, parks, libraries and other vital municipal services.

COC Student Government Group Sponsors Assembly Candidate Forum

COCThe Associated Student Government (ASG) at College of the Canyons is inviting all students and community members to a public forum featuring candidates running in the June primary for the California 38th Assembly District seat.

The ASG sponsored candidate forum will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in the College of the Canyons cafeteria, located in the Valencia campus’ Student Center.

Veteran Support Bills Prepared By Castaic Assemblyman's Office

jeffgorellAs the office of Assemblyman Jeff Gorell prepares for his return home after serving overseas in Afghanistan for the past year, Assembly Republicans stood together this week to present legislation designed to help veterans return to a productive civilian life.