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CEMEX And City Truce Over

cemex_busThe so-called “truce” between CEMEX and the City of Santa Clarita has expired according to city officials. The agreement was initiated in 2007 after an acrimonious public debate began escalating between the city and CEMEX.

“Before the truce? It was contentious. There was a war of sorts going on,” said Gail Ortiz, Communications Manager, City of Santa Clarita.

UPDATED: JPL Takes Santa Clarita Schoolkids To Mars

jpl_skp_053112_067Photos: Stephen K. Peeples.

Scientists and engineers from Pasadena's Jet Propulsion Laboratory took Santa Clarita Elementary School students to Mars Thursday as the Saugus school celebrated "JPL Day."

Firefighters Go To Prison For Wildfire Brushup

firetrainsevenBy Megan Mann/SCVNEWS.com

Los Angeles County Firefighters battled flames on a hillside in Castaic Thursday morning during a live fire training exercise.

Pool Safety Focus Of Saturday's Fire Department Expo

8_27_Pool_Safety_126_WD__0058Photos from 2011 Water Safety Expo by Will Davison

Firefighters use water to put out fires, but on Saturday, June 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., they will warn families about how water can take lives by demonstrating the critical importance of pool safety during the 2nd Annual Water Safety Expo at Los Angeles County Fire Station 126 on Citrus Street.

Vacation Bible School in Your Hometown

vbs_pic_copy_copySummer vacations are a staple in many families’ yearly calendars. They may include something as exotic as a trip to Europe or the Caribbean for those who can afford it, or something a little more local like a New England tour or Grand Canyon hike. This year, you might want to consider a vacation option for the kids that is close to home. Every year, churches around the Santa Clarita Valley offer Vacation Bible Schools, which operate much like day camps.

Criminals Take It Easy On Holiday Weekend In Zone 7

khts_crime_genericSanta Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Crime Prevention Unit
Zone Update - Public Safety and Crime Prevention Information
Canyon Country West: Zone 7

Snapshot for the week of 05-21-2012 to 05-27-2012

 

This past week Zone 7 realized a significant reduction in Part-1 crimes in comparison to the previous reported period.

Caltrans Announces Closures for I-5/170 Carpool Lane Project

khts_caltransCaltrans plans to close the lanes and ramps 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. Ramp closures will be staggered. Closures are subject to change. Detours will be signed.

 

Veterans Pleased About USS Iowa Arrival

USS_Iowa_into_portThe final journey of the USS Iowa concluded with her arrival in Southern California Wednesday. Personnel who served on the USS Iowa said they were “extremely pleased and proud” their ship was being returned to her “original beauty and glory” as a museum/memorial.

Mission Valley Bank Hosts Arthritis Walk Captains

ArthWalkMVBoneIn support of this coming Sunday’s “Let’s Move Together” Arthritis Walk being held at Magic Mountain, Mission Valley Bank hosted ‘Bank Day’ wherein Team Captains from all over the Santa Clarita Valley were invited to visit the Valencia branch and turn in donations collected for Sunday’s event.