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Master College Student Wins National Art Award

framefuture042012-288x288Stevenson Ranch resident Cari Logston, a student at The Master’s College in Placerita Canyon, has won a nationwide art and essay contest put on by Church Hill Classics, a Connecticut company that manufactures frames for college diplomas.

No Faking: Click It Tickets Are Real

clickitorticketdayornightYou've seen the commercials about the "fakes" - so consider this your warning that cops know how night drivers "pretend" to be wearing their seatbelts - and take the rule seriously.

The 2012 start-of-summer Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization kicked off Monday to help save lives by cracking down on those who don’t buckle up.

Oak Hills Students Host Invention Convention

OakHills-4By Austin Dave/

Fourth grade students at Oak Hills Elementary in Westridge are keeping the United States Patent Office busy Tuesday, as they held their spring Invention Convention.

More than 100 students have been engaged in developing, building and demonstrating contraptions of all shapes and sizes over the last several weeks, to be judged by a variety of community members.

Smyth Calls For Resignation Of LA County Assessor Noguez

CamSmythAssemblyman Cameron Smyth today called for the resignation of Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez, following the arrest of a former aide who lowered property values for homeowners that made campaign contributions to Noguez.

Anti-Mining Group Asks For Public Support At City Council Meeting

khts_editorial5blurThe nonprofit Safe Action for the Environment Inc. is calling on the community to show up at City Hall Tuesday night in support of a resolution that could help save Soledad Canyon from the proposed CEMEX mine, by asking Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, to rejoin the effort to stop the mine.

Chauncey Report: Marveling At Avengers, Wondering About The Rest

Chauncey_ReportBy Chauncey Telese

Hello everyone and welcome to Part Two of my Welcome to Summer column. For those of you who didn’t read Part One, that covered the last three weeks of “Mad Men.” Part two is devoted to the first five big summer blockbusters that have been released thus far.

COC Welding Lab Hosts Open House On Wednesday

welderwithsparksIf you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to put on a welding helmet, drop down the faceguard and fire up a torch, College of the Canyons has a tour for you.

The COC Welding Technology department is hosting an interactive Open House from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at their state-of-the-art welding lab on the college’s Valencia campus.

Schools Encouraged To Celebrate Harvey Milk Day Today

harvey-milk-smState Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson released the following statement, urging teachers and students to take a moment today to observe Harvey Milk Day:

“One of California’s greatest strengths is—and always has been—our diversity. We are fortunate to live in a state where there is such great potential for the contributions of all to be acknowledged and appreciated.

SCV Fishing Report May 22nd: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

Here is this week's fishing report for KHTS AM 1220:

Freshwater Report:

1)  Castaic Lake....Lots of school sized stripers are still biting; try Dry Gulch, the Buoy Line or the Marina.  For both trout and bass, try fishing Eucalyptus Point, Hawks Nest and Campsite A.  For catfish try Campsite B and C or the old standby......the Buoy Line.