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Attentive Deputies Nab Burglars

Deputies arrest armed burglary suspects in stolen vehicle.

According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Deputies Dorman and Christensen of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station's Community Interaction Team (CIT) spotted a vehicle in the 24300 block of Newhall Avenue and immediately recognized it as matching the description given in a burglary incident that occurred earlier in the day in the 27300 block of North Evi Lane, in Canyon Country.


Providence Staff Honored For Advancing Medicine

Physicians working with new technology.

Providence Holy Cross and Providence St. Joseph have both been recently rated “Superior” by


Hospital officials say that the care they provide is a result of physicians, administrators, clinical and non clinical staff, working with cutting edge technology.


Two members of Providence’s staff have been recognized for doing just that.


Sheriff's Cadets Run In Remembrance

“Colors Run” honors fallen deputy.

This morning, 72 members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Academy North joined with over 50 Sheriff’s Department personnel and supporters to run for their colors.


The run began at College of the Canyons, and winded along Rockwell Canyon Road, up McBean Parkway, to the Deputy Hagop “Jake” Kuredjian memorial in Stevenson Ranch.


At the memorial, a small prayer service was held by the Sheriff’s Department Chaplain.  


Henry Mayo Campus Expansion: The Fact & Fiction

What is the real story behind the controversial plan?

The Henry Mayo/G&L Realty Master Plan for expansion seems to be the biggest Santa Clarita issue this year. There are two distinct sides; the hospital, and a group of over one thousand residents and businesses organized as Smart Growth SCV. In the middle stands the City Council, who will take up the issue in the coming months.


Mitt Romney Comes To Santa Clarita

Fundraiser brings Presidential candidate to town.

ImageIn a fundraiser this morning in the Santa Clarita Valley, leading Republican fundraiser Mitt Romney shared some words with local residents.


He shared his vision for the future, should he become our next President, and it includes reviving President Bush’s tax cuts, fueling the economy, and promoting strong families.


Man/Woman Of The Year Winners

Greg Nutter, Jeanna Crawford get top honors.

Greg Nutter

Friday evening, some of Santa Clarita’s most remarkable volunteers gathered to pay homage to a select few, nominated for Man and Woman of the Year.


New Member Of The Family For Valencia Acura

“Speed Bump” joins Scooter and Sparkplug.
ImageThe newest addition to the Valencia Acura family has a healthy coat, puppy dog eyes and four legs…none of which are long enough to reach the gas pedal.


Speed Bump - Bumper for short, is a three and a half month old Lhasa Apso, that Don and Cheri Fleming acquired at the 19th annual Taste of the Town event put on by the Child and Family Center.


City Wins Public Information Honors

City Receives Three Awards.
ImageThe City of Santa Clarita received three awards as part of the California Association for Public Information Officer’s (CAPIO) annual Excellence in Communications Awards Ceremony last month at the Tenaya Lodge in Yosemite, California.


SCV Swimmers Rank In Top Five

Local finals a big success for locals.

Last April, the City of Santa Clarita’s Santa Clarita Aquatic Center hosted the 2007 Southern Pacific Master Association Short Course Yards Finals Swim Meet, which featured the Santa Clarita Masters Swim Club.


The Santa Clarita Masters Swim Club (SCMC), which began in 2003, had its most successful competition ever, finishing third overall with 760 points.


"Biggest Losers" Are Biggest Winners In Hart District

            Weight loss contest  is big success.

            The William S. Hart Union High School District is more than a ton and a half lighter this month, following a 12-week Big Loser District Challenge organized by district nurse Alison Schmidt.


            Schmidt came up with the idea just before the winter holidays and sent a district-wide challenge, expecting 40 or 50 people to join a weight loss competition. The program drew a total of 260 employees, who contributed $20 each to the prize fund and divided up into 10-member teams for the challenge.