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Deputies Seek Help In Search For Suspect

SCV Sheriff’s Station deputies are seeking public assistance in finding the man suspected of assaulting an elderly man on a public city bus.

Winds Prompt Fire Warnings

Gusty northeast winds and low humidity will bring critical fire weather conditions to lower elevation areas Thursday evening through Saturday afternoon.

Northerly winds across the area today (Thursday) will shift to the northeast tonight, producing the first widespread Santa Ana event of the season.

College of the Canyons Announces Hall Of Fame Class For 2013

The College of the Canyons announced its Hall of Fame class for 2013. The 1975 COC cross country team tops the list of six inductees set to enter the school’s athletic Hall of Fame in January.

Sheriff's Deputies Warn Of Scams

A pair of reported scam attempts has Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials cautioning college students looking for financial aid deals, officials said Thursday.

City To Mark Completion Of Newhall Building Upgrades

City officials and downtown merchants will participate in a ceremony Wednesday afternoon marking the completion of the fourth and final round of publicly funded building improvements in Old Town Newhall.

Fire Department Releases Strategic Plan

The Los Angeles County Fire Department has published “Engineering our Future

COC Board Of Trustees Adopts Resolution In Support Of Prop. 30

SANTA CLARITA — The Santa Clarita Community College District Board of Trustees has adopted a resolution in support of Proposition 30 – The Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012, which will appear on the ballot in the upcoming general election, being held Tuesday, Nov. 6. The action came during the board’s regularly scheduled business meeting on October 10 at the college’s Canyon Country campus. The motion was passed by a margin of 4-1, with board member Scott Wilk voting against the resolution.

SCV Outdoor Report: You CAN Be Too Rich

By:  Wendy Langhans


Remember the old saying, “You can never be too rich or too thin”?  Well you can be.  Too nutrient rich, that is.  Especially if you’re a salt-water marsh.  Scientists working at Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory recently reported “that nutrients—such as nitrogen and phosphorus from septic and sewer systems and lawn fertilizers—can cause salt-marsh loss.”