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Space X Marks The Spot For Local Science Teacher

Dorraine_Petras_Photo_2Dorraine Petras, Curriculum Specialist in science for Stevenson Ranch Elementary, will be traveling to Cape Canaveral April 30 to watch the launch of the Space X Dragon spacecraft.

She says she entered the NASA competition not thinking she had a chance to win. But when she got a congratulatory email she practically blasted into space herself.

Porn Spammer Hacks KHTS Website

khts_breakingnewsThe website for KHTS AM 1220 at has come under a cyber attack from unknown individuals attempting to violate the trust and credibility of the station with its dedicated listeners and advertisers. KHTS became aware that “hidden pornography links” had been embedded on the website.

"There is no way for the general public to see these links without specific knowledge of how to access it,” said KHTS Co-owner Carl Goldman.


New YMCA Exec Director Calls SCV A Perfect Match

YMCAGwen Bagley, a self-described part of the YMCA movement for over 20 years, has been named Executive Director of the Santa Clarita Valley YMCA.

Her most recent role with the YMCA was serving as the CEO for an independent YMCA in a rural part of Virginia.

“In that role I learned the art of balancing between working at a strategic level and day-to-day operations,” said Bagley.

Jobless Rate Drops To 7.3 Percent In SCV

unemployedBy Leon Worden,

Santa Clarita’s unemployment rate fell to 7.3 percent in March after holding at 7.4 percent in January and February, according to Friday’s figures from the California Employment Development Department.

Around The World In Six Days: CalArts' World Music And Dance Festival 2012

World_Music_2011_GrollerPhoto by Scott Groller

Circumnavigate the globe at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) World Music and Dance Festival. This year, The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts’ annual festival offers six concerts featuring music from Ghana, North India, Bali, Java and Mexico.

Earth Month Raffle From Rituals Colour Salon

Raffle_oneWant one of these looks? Enter the Rituals Colour Salon Earth Month raffle to win one of these looks and the Aveda products that were used by donating $25 to the Earth Month Cause.

How to Enter: Choose a look that you love. Fill out your raffle ticket at the Rituals Colour Salon and drop in the box. You have a chance to receive a complimentary color, cut and makeup lesson and all the products that support the look.

The winner will be announced in May.

Sophomore Saugus Starter Shuts Down Golden Valley In Softball

khts_sportsIt looks like the Saugus softball team has another rising star.

Sophomore Brandi Burgin shut out Golden Valley for five innings and the Centurions blanked the Grizzlies, 11-0, in a Foothill League game.

She gave up five hits and struck out seven making the start in place of junior Alanna Layton.

Story Of Timeless Romance Coming To Local Performing Arts Center

wartime_romance_11006008Newhall resident Marilyn Hackett first wrote a musical, Wartime Romance, to remember her parents’ story and to support the Veterans Historical Plaza in downtown Newhall in 2006.  Now, the production has brought on a professional cast and orchestra and is playing at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center for its last fundraising performance before it goes on tour.

Closures Set For Highway 14 Pavement Rehab April 20-27

caltranslogoThe California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) plans to close the lanes and ramps listed below between April 20 and April 27 as part of a $40 million pavement rehabilitation project on the Antelope Freeway (SR-14) between Via Princessa and Mountain Springs Road.