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Re-Defining Charity Events

These days, charities aren’t just about donating money. Sure, money goes from you to a good cause; however it almost doesn’t seem like you’re just giving it away. The fact is, charities have gotten really good at planning events that are good not only for the organization, but a whole lot of fun for the donors as well.

And that’s not a bad thing. In fact, it’s incredibly clever, and it opens the door for events to actually be more successful for everyone involved.

McKeon Gets Mammoth Vote

Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-CA) praised the House for passage of his legislation, HR 356, removing restrictions on the use of land patented to the Mammoth Community Water District in Mono County.

"Passage of this bill represents a sensible approach to land usage and the empowerment of the Mammoth Community Water District," said McKeon.  "The House, in passing HR 356, recognizes that the District knows best how to use its resources and will be good stewards of the land."

City's Top Brass To Race Bikes

            Santa Clarita’s inaugural “Pedal Pusher” Champions will be crowned on Saturday, February 10th as KHTS and Westfield Valencia Town Center, along with the City of Santa Clarita, host the First Annual “Cycle Showdown”.


Design Workshop For New Skate Park On Saturday

The City of Santa Clarita will host the second public participation design workshop for the new Santa Clarita Sports Complex Skate Park on Saturday, February 10, 2007, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The Santa Clarita Sports Complex is located at 20870 Centre Pointe Parkway.

Planning Commission Passes Henry Mayo Expansion

ImageIn a decision marred by confusion and frustration, the Planning Commission narrowly passed the Henry Mayo expansion to the City Council on a 3-2 vote. It will now be up to Bob Kellar, TimBen Boydston, Laurene Weste, Marsha McLean and Frank Ferry to decide once and for all.


LA County Frees Funding To Keep Kids Out Of Trouble

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved nearly $4 million in supplemental Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act (JJCPA) funds  to expand and enhance the services provided by the Probation Department, announced Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.

Lockheed Player(s) Of The Week

Congratulations, Saugus High School Basketball for being “Players of the Week” – February 6, 2007.


The Big Read Kicks Off

It’s only been a few days since the Big Read kicked off, but it’s already got people reading. Several contests are going on that all center on the Ray Bradbury book Fahrenheit 451.

Full information on the host of programs that the Big Read will be behind can be found at their new website;


Emissions Test On Soledad

If you’re driving on Soledad Canyon Road today near Sand Canyon and you see a CHP officer directing you to the side of the road, don’t freak out. It’s a roadside emissions study that’s being conducted today by the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs, Bureau of Automotive Repair. And soon that officer pointing his finger will explain to you that it’s not mandatory.

City and Cemex Announce A Truce

ImageToday, City leaders and Cemex officials appeared at a press conference together to announce a year long truce between the two. They have battled for years over Cemex’s proposed mine off Soledad Canyon Road that would pull resources out of the ground in epic proportions less than a mile away from residential areas in Santa Clarita.