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UPDATE: Canyon Country Crash Sends Six To The Hospital

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies were investigating the scene of a two-car collision in Canyon Country

Top Things To Do This Weekend – November 28, 2012

Bouquet Canyon Center/KHTS Live Broadcast--
Action Holiday Boutique--
REP “Moonlight & Magnolias”--
CTG “White Christmas”--
LPAC “A Christmas Carol”--
SCPAC “Take 6”--
Beijo Holiday Warehouse Sale--
HMNMH Holiday Home Tour & Tree Lighting--
And More… Upcoming…

The Master's College Women's Volleyball Team Drops Second Match At NAIA National Championships

The Master’s College women’s volleyball team is on life support at the NAIA National Championship tournament in Iowa.

The Lady Mustangs lost in four games to Viterbo University from Wisconsin in pool play. The Master’s College women have lost two matches in pool play and need a lot of help to make the elimination rounds of the tournament.

Viterbo improve to 2-0 at the NAIA National Tournament. The Master’s College dropped to 0-2.

The Lady Mustangs play Indiana Wesleyan today in the third round of pool play.

City Officials Take Another Look At Historic Preservation

The Santa Clarita City Council approved a reduced list of historic properties Tuesday and re-addressed the process for demolishing a building if the city deems it historic.

The 3-1 vote, with Bob Kellar voting “no” and TimBen Boydston abstaining due to his management of a building on the list, OK’d 11 structures – plus those in Heritage Junction Historic Park – to be designated as historic.

The buildings are:

* The Newhall Ice Co. (5th Street)

* Sheriff Substation #6 (now part of Canyon Theatre Guild)

* Tom Mix Cottages (two structures on Main Street)

City Council Addresses Quigley Canyon Dispute

City officials kicked off their meeting Tuesday with a tribute to two longtime Santa Clarita figures — former Mayor Cameron Smyth and soon-to-be-departing City Manager Ken Pulskamp.

Smyth returns to Santa Clarita so he can spend more time with his family after being termed out of his state Assembly seat. Scott Wilk will be sworn in Monday to fill his seat.

McKeon Continues As House Armed Services Chairman

The House Republican Conference today selected Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon (R, Santa Clarita) to continue his service as Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee in the 113th Congress.  
“I am honored that my colleagues have chosen me to continue to lead one of the most productive and bi-partisan committees in the House," said  Rep. McKeon.

Deputies Asking For Community Help With Purse-Snatching Suspect


Detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station are seeking the public assistance in identifying a male who allegedly stole a women’s purse. 

On November 25th, 2012 at approximately 8:10 p.m. the male pictured here allegedly stole the victim’s purse. The 49 year-old female victim reported that while she was inside the Carl’s Jr restaurant, located at 20425 Newhall Avenue, she left her purse hanging on a chair at her table.

City Ranks Lowest In Commercial Waste Collection Rate

In a recent study conducted by the Hilton Farnkopf & Hobson, the City of Santa Clarita, in partnership with Waste Management, ranked as having the lowest commercial collection rate and the 27th lowest residential rate in Los Angeles County.