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Water Prices Going Up

Citing anticipated increases in future operating expenses and capital costs, the Castaic Lake Water Agency (CLWA) Board of Directors voted to increase water rates for its Santa Clarita Water Division.

The increase is in advance of anticipated revenue shortfalls of $3 million in 2007, $5.2 million in 2008 and $6.6 million in 2009, according to a memo sent to the Castaic Lake Water Agency Board of Directors.  

 

Newhall School District Run For Fitness

Students from across the Newhall School District will participate in a non-competitive Fun Run for Grades K through 6.  The run includes warm-up activities, fitness stations with some surprise trainers and post run festivities.

This run has been designed to promote health and fitness among our young people.  The proceeds will benefit Newhall School District libraries and physical education programs. Students from throughout the Santa Clarita Valley are invited to join in the fun. 

 

Amgen's Roster Crowded With Talent

ImageThe world-class roster of teams and cyclists – considered to be the finest collection of talent to compete in a U.S. stage race – entered in the 2007 Amgen Tour of California, an internationally sanctioned professional cycling road race that will host 18 teams and 144 riders racing throughout California February 18-25, 2007, has been announced by race presenters AEG.*

COC Set To Open Interior Design Exhibition

College of the Canyons Art Gallery opens 2007 presenting Design 360 Unlimited, an interior design exhibition by the firm of the same name what was established in Santa Monica, CA in 2003.  The exhibition will run from February 27 through March 31, 2007.

Vin Scully Named Sportscaster Of The Year

ImageDodger Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully was named the 2006 California Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association for a record 28th time. The honor was Scully’s fourth straight from the organization, which began recognizing excellence in sports broadcasting and writing in 1959.

Mayor Visits Future Business Leaders

ImageToday, the City of Santa Clarita and Mayor Marsha McLean issued a proclamation to Hart High School students declaring February 11-17, 2007, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) week. In honor of the organization’s National Career and Technical Education month, Mayor McLean visited students of the Newhall chapter at Hart High School .

Miss Teen SCV Spirit Visits KHTS

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KHTS got a special treat on Valentines Day when Miss Teen SCV Spirit Kaitlyn McGee stopped by.

 

 

She came to the studios to thank KHTS for its community involvement and got to jump on air with Shaun Valentine and share a few laughs.

 

Golden Valley Cruises To Wild Card Win

ImageIn their first ever home playoff game, the Golden Valley Grizzlies boys basketball team beat the Bishop Amat Lancers 59-30, in a game heard on KHTS Wednesday night.  You can hear first round playoff coverage, Friday beginning at 7:15pm on KHTS.

McKeon Co-Sponsors New Bill To Pardon Border Patrol Agents

ImageLess than a month ago, Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean reported to Federal Prison to begin their sentences for shooting a drug smuggler in the buttocks while trying to apprehend him. The very next day, California Congressman Duncan Hunter introduced a bill to pardon both agents. The bill was co-sponsored by 84 Congressmen, including Representative Howard “Buck” McKeon.

Jessica's Law Moves Past Injunction

The following is a statement by Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) and Assemblywoman Sharon Runner (R-Antelope Valley) in response to Judge Karlton’s decision to deny the injunction on Proposition 83.

“We are pleased with Judge Karlton’s decision today.  The decision allows us to continue to move forward on implementing Prop 83 and apply the new residency restrictions to sex offenders as they are being released from prison,” said Senator Runner.