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Soroptimist Score Big At Regional Conference

soroptimistA large contingent of Soroptimists from the Greater Santa Clarita Valley attended the Soroptimist International regional conference in Long Beach over the weekend of April 21.

Over 200 regional Soroptimists were on hand to observe the local Soroptimist Int’l. of Greater Santa Clarita Valley club achieve a multitude of top performance awards.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, May 2, 2012

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West Ranch Softball Team Sits Comfortably In First Place

khts_sportsThe West Ranch softball team has a comfortable lead in the Foothill League standings.

The battle for second place is another story.

West Ranch beat Golden Valley, 13-3, and has a two-game lead in the league standings.

Hailey Hineman had three hits and drove in three runs for West Ranch. Janelle Lindvall drove in two runs and had two hits.

The Canyon softball team jumped into the playoff picture with a 7-6 win over Saugus.

May 1, 2012: Dodgers Nearly Give One Away, Beat Rockies 7-6

In a game heard live on KHTS, the Dodgers almost gave away a big lead on the Colorado Rockies. The Dodgers led 7-0, but the Rockies chipped away and almost came back and won. The Dodgers won in a squeaker, 7-6. Tune in to Dodgers baseball all season long, on AM-1220 KHTS!

Youth Encouraged To Learn Filmmaking In County Summer Workshops

hart_film_exhibit_030812_48-288x432Applications are now open for a free workshop in which children ages 10 to 17 can make short silent films. The workshop from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on five Saturdays — July 7, 14, 21 and 28 and August 4, takes place at William S. Hart Park and Museum and celebrates Hart’s silent film legacy. The Los Angeles County Arts Commission joins with the Parks Department, the William S.

Chili Cookoff Heats Up Help For Abandoned Animals

brokentailchilicookoffIt’s for better or for worse as far as newly opened St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary is concerned. This no-kill shelter in Canyon Country, built by the Lange Foundation, rescues animals that have been overlooked at other shelters or have been removed from abusive situations. Through care at the shelter, animals are prepared “for a journey to a new, safe, loving world,” according to their website.

Historical Ignorance Never Sinks Cinco de Mayo

cinco_closeFolks in the United States like a reason to party. Witness the many non-football fans who nobly sacrifice their Sunday in order to overindulge on food and alcoholic beverages for the Superbowl.

Similarly, people will celebrate Cinco de Mayo without a care about the historical relevance.

Smyth Introduces Transparency Legislation In Light Of Assessor Investigation

CamSmythAssemblyman Cameron Smyth announced today that he has introduced legislation to provide greater transparency in the process by which county assessors provide property valuations.

Recent events unfolding in Los Angeles County surrounding the alleged misconduct of the County Assessor have given rise to concerns that decreases in assessed valuation of numerous properties were given to individuals in an unethical manner.

Third Defendant Sent To Prison In Federal Fraud Case

DOJeagle_logoUnited States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced that Chief United States District Judge Anthony W. Ishii sentenced Paul Anthony Vasquez, 27, of Santa Clarita, to nine years in prison for conspiring to commit mail and wire fraud and money laundering.