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Business Experts Come To COC Entrepreneurs Conference

Participants learned business tips from a group of experts

 

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Prepare For Possible Emergencies

City of Santa Clarita urges residents to think ahead

 

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Now Hiring Sheriffs And Deputies

City of Santa Clarita with the Sheriff’s Department encourages residents to apply for local careers

 

ImageThe City of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station is encouraging Santa Clarita residents to consider careers with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and apply for job opportunities available in the Santa Clarita Valley.

SCV Outdoor Report: Varmints

By: Wendy Langhans

 

ImageWhat do Elmer Fudd and Spider-Man have in common?  (besides being comic book characters) 

 

Answer- They both struggle against vermin.   Spider-man battles against Vermin, a genetically-altered humanoid rat, and Elmer Fudd is forever hunting that “wascally wabbit”, Bugs Bunny.

 

Mountain Lion Sightings Spike In Canyon Country

At least three reported sightings at various locations


Sierra Highway Reopened After Crash

Child airlifted from crash site, causing Sierra Highway to temporarily close 

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Big Week For Local Football Coach

Hart High Football Coach Mike Herrington on verge of 200th victory

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Man Crashes Bike On Soledad

Driver loses control of motorcycle, and hits curb

 

ImageLast night, at 1:30 a.m., Brian Lesperance was riding his 2003 Kawasaki motorcycle down Soledad Canyon Road.  Lesperance, a 33 year old Canyon Country resident, lost control of his motorcycle, causing the vehicle to slide on its side.