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Workers, Especially Spanish Speakers, Needed For June 5 Election

vote-button1_copyWith fewer than two weeks before the Statewide Presidential Primary Elections, the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, Dean Logan, released a list of cities and communities in Los Angeles County that lack a sufficient number of poll workers. Not only are workers needed, a significant number of those workers should be Spanish speakers.

Georgia Traveler Stops At Graybar Hotel A Few Pounds Lighter

khts_crimeA Georgia man is behind bars for transporting marijuana after a traffic stop yesterday.

According to Lt. Mark Hershey of the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff’s station, the man got the attention of deputies as he traveled through Castaic on the I-5 freeway.

Council Asks McKeon To Step Up Legislation To Stop Cemex Mega-Mine


The Santa Clarita City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to call on Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon, the area’s congressman, to seek a legislative solution to the planned 56-million-ton Cemex sand and gravel mine.

All American Bail Bonds Bails You Out

Santa Clarita All American Bail Bonds

Troop 2 Salutes Their Past In Historic Place

Troop2threeBy Megan Mann/

A sea of green hats filled the Newhall Elementary multipurpose room Tuesday night during a 90th anniversary celebration for the oldest Boy Scout troop in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Troop 2 was established in 1922 with six registered Boy Scouts and it has prevailed ever since, said Scout Master Steven Rodgers.

LA County Looking For A New Sex Symbol

one-condoms-wrappersLos Angeles County Department of Public Health launched its “LA’s Next Sex Symbol” contest today, asking residents to submit photos or artwork to be featured on an official Los Angeles-branded condom. The top 10 wrapper designs will appear on one million and one condoms set for free distribution throughout LA County by the end of 2012.

Internships Can Be Worth More Than Money

240px-Shokunin_businessman.svgTwo summers ago, I reluctantly pulled myself out of bed on my first day of vacation and headed for a job fair.  I didn’t want a summer job, but a sense of duty to do the “responsible” thing forced me into business attire on that hot day and I handed out resumes to a handful of vendors.

Frazier Park Area Caltrans Closures May Impact Holiday Traffic

frazierparkclosuresThe California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) informs motorists and residents in south Kern County near the communities of Lebec, Frazier Park and Gorman that construction of the Rehabilitation Project on southbound Interstate-5 (I-5) will continue through the Memorial Day and Fourth of July holidays.

Los Padres Shifts Into High Response Mode With Increased Fire Risks

US_Forest_ServiceLos Padres National Forest officials announced that wildland firefighters will transition into a “high response” posture beginning May 25 in conjunction with the declared start to fire season.

This action is based on low plant moisture levels and increasingly dry conditions across the Central Coast and inland regions. The Forest Service is adopting this heightened posture along with fire departments throughout the local area.