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10 Days In History

U.S. History up close and personal.

This summer, College of the Canyons is offering students the opportunity to study American history and literature in New England from July 31 to August 9, 2007. During the ten day trip, students will experience, first-hand, the landmarks that served as a backdrop for the historical and literary legacy of America.

Daffodil Days: It's Not Too Late To Donate!

American Cancer Society needs help to reach goal.

Valencia Acura co-owner Cheri Fleming and local journalist Diana Sevanian painfully share something in common: both women lost their mothers to cancer.


They also share a common dream: to see a day when cancer is eradicated and no other family has to go through the anguish of this horrible disease.


Transit Gets More Predictable

City of Santa Clarita Transit Buses Arriving On-Time.

The City of Santa Clarita Transit has seen successful improvements since implementing new schedules in mid-January. On-time bus stop arrival is just over 95%, meeting the City’s goal for on-time performance on all routes.


Community Rallies Around Local Athlete With Cancer

Fundraisers set for Hart football player.

Tomorrow night, Nick N Willy’s has opened their doors to anyone who wants to help out Hart Wide Receiver Brandon Arndt, who was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor two weeks after the final game of the season.


Senior Safety A Top Priority

Some tips from Captain Anthony LaBerge and Mayor Marsha McLean:

Senior citizens continue to be a rapidly increasing segment of our population and that makes them a prime target for con artists and thieves.  Americans who are 65 or older represent and about 13 percent of our country’s population, but currently represent 35% of all fraud victims nationwide!


Abracadabra: Making Funding Appear Magically

Magic show to benefit Boys and Girls Club.

The International Brotherhood of Magicians of the Santa Clarita Valley will host its first annual magic show fundraiser for the local Boys & Girls Club on Saturday, March 10.

"An Evening of Magic" will take place inside the Boys & Girls Club's gymnasium at 24909 Newhall Avenue in Newhall.  Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for close-up magic while the two-hour stage show will start at 7 p.m.

School Looking At Fitness Of The Future

Fitness Demonstration Kicks Off New PE Curriculum, Fund Drive.

Students at Sierra Vista Junior High School demonstrated the school’s new Fitness Center equipment in a fitness open house this morning. The day-long event kicks off the school’s fundraising drive, with a goal of $50,000 to complete the center.

Face To Face With Drama

Theatre Project SCV hosts memorable night.

ImageLast night, the Theatre Project SCV hosted a rousing salute to the works of Noel Coward and Cole Porter


Local Fitness Guru Recruited By Gatorade

       Pilates Teck President will be new spokesperson for product in Canada. 

      Karena Lineback, president of Pilates Teck and Santa Clarita resident, has been selected by Gatorade to be a spokesperson for the release of Propel Fitness Water in Canada. 

      The company contacted Karena after finding her book, OsteoPilates, Build Bone Density, Reduce Fracture Risk, Look and Feel Great!, on the internet. The book ties in with Propel’s message of performing quality bone-building exercise and consuming enough calcium in one’s diet. 

City's Sales Tax Numbers Are Out

            City posts big gains.

            The City of Santa Clarita’s sales tax figures for the third quarter of 2006 were released this week and have increased 5.6% over the same period in 2005, with the largest gain again in business-to-business sales which posted a 23% increase over last year.

            The City of Santa Clarita continues to outpace the region in overall sales tax increases, gaining 4.1% overall in transportation related sales compared to the previous quarter in 2006.