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Basketball Is Back On KHTS

Starting Tuesday, January 9th, KHTS will once again be airing local High School Basketball as Saugus takes on Hart.

Starting Tuesday, January 9th, KHTS will once again be airing local High School Basketball as Saugus takes on Hart.
The games will mostly play Tuesday and Friday nights, with most games starting at 6:30pm.

Give The Gift Of Life, Donate Blood

Blood can be the most gracious gift you ever give.  By contributing this vital resource now, you can save lives in the future.
 You must weigh at least 110 lbs, be 17 years or older (16 with parental consent) and be in general good health.  For more information about donating or to schedule a blood drive please call us at 818 847-4433. We need everyone’s help to ensure a safe and adequate blood supply! Providence Holy Cross has scheduled a number of blood drive events in and around the Santa Clarita Valley, and here is the next one:

Smyth Already A ''Freshman Leader''

Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, yesterday was named as one of the Legislature’s top new leaders by capitol insiders.

“I appreciate the recognition considering the quality of new legislators in this class,” Smyth said.  “My focus in the legislature, however, is not leadership acclaim, but serving the residents of the 38th district and California.”

An article on the front-page of the Sacramento Bee yesterday noted that Smyth is one of two new Republican lawmakers “viewed as Capitol leadership timber.”  The 80-member Assembly has 34 first-term lawmakers.

Canyon Cowboys Move On To State Finals

The CIF announced on Sunday, the Canyon Cowboys will move on to the State Championship next weekend. The Cowboys defeated the Moorpark Musketeers in a thrilling come from behind 24-22 victory on Saturday night.

Filming in City of Santa Clarita Increases to Record Numbers

The City of Santa Clarita’s Santa Clarita Valley Film Office reported increases in the number of film permits and film days from July through November 2006 in Fiscal Year 06-07, when compared with the same time period in 2005.  The Film Office issued a total of 140 permits and hosted 387 film days during the five-month period, representing a seven percent (7%) increase in permits and a 30 percent (30%) increase in film days.  Also of note, November 2006 was the best “November” on record for the Santa Clarita Valley Film Office with regard to the number of film days (80 film days) and the nu

Hanukkah Health Fair at Henry Mayo

This will take place Sunday, December 17, 2006 3:00 to 5:00 p.m at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, 23845 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA 91355

Carnivale Di Venezia To Take Over New Years Eve

On New Years Eve, the Repertory East Playhouse will be hosting Carnivale Di Venezia from 8:00pm to 1am. The party is Black Tie for men, Evening Gown for women, and Carnival Di Venezia Masks for everyone.

Tickets are $60 per person, $100 per couple, and $75 per person at the door.

RSVP by December 22nd by calling 288-0000!

Kings Win 5-4

On Saturday night, the Kings beat the Colorado Avalanche 5-4. Be sure to tune in to KHTS for the next Kings game, Tuesday night beginning at 7:00pm.

Pinecrest Kids Get Treat from CHP

Friday afternoon at Pinecrest Elementary school in Valencia was a special day for students who donated over 725 toys to the CHP Toy Drive. The large number is surprising given that the school itself is relatively small.

The CHP and their mascot, CHiPper the chipmunk, arrived with sirens blaring to pick up the toys with the help of a large Caltrans truck.

In addition to the toys, staff and faculty at Pinecrest donated money to buy five bicycles that were also donated.
Patrolman John Lutz thanked the kids, and made them take an oath to always wear their seatbelts.

Antonovich Reacts To Death of Jeane Kirkpatrick

Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich released the following statement on the passing of former U.N. Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpatrick: “A visionary voice for freedom has been lost with the passing of Ambassador Jean Kirkpatrick. 
Through her service as President Ronald Reagan’s Ambassador to the United Nations, her writings, lectures, and tenure at the American Enterprise Institute, she was a champion of freedom -- committed to defeating the evils of Communism and tyranny.”