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Sports Tourism Draws Thousands to City

Sports Tourism Draws Thousands to City

Santa Clarita Unleashes New Billboard Campaign

City’s “David vs. Goliath” Fight Against Cemex Mining Project Hits Los Angeles Freeway
In an unprecedented move this week, the City of Santa Clarita is taking its fight against the multinational corporate giant Cemex Mining Company to the streets -- in the form of a new billboard campaign.  The billboard marks the City’s hardest-hitting outreach efforts to date to prevent the sitting of the largest mining project ever to be approved by the Bureau of Land Management -- a 69 million ton mega mining project -- just one mile from the City’s eastern boundaries.

Bone Marrow Drive This Saturday For SCV Teen, Kendyl Biby

Bone Marrow drive set for this Saturday, August 19th for Kendyl Biby.

Dodgers Defeat Marlins 4-2

The Dodgers strengthened their sole posession of first place in the NL West on Monday night as they defeated the Florida Marlins 4-2. Nomar Garciaparra had a home-run in the win. The Dodgers look to continue their winning ways against the Marlins on Tuesday at 6:30 pm. Tune into KHTS for all the action.

Union Bank Robbery in Newhall Monday Afternoon

Deputies responded to a robbery call Monday afternoon at the Union Bank in Newhall. Upon their arrival, they learned that the suspects entered the bank with handguns and demanded money from the tellers. After receiving a large amount of money, the suspects left the bank and were last seen driving away in a black Ford Expedition with paper plates. No employees or customers were hurt in the robbery
Anyone with information on this robbery is encouraged to call the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Detectives at (661) 255-1121

Providence Southern California Region CEO Promoted

Michael Madden becomes Vice President of Advocacy and Development.
Michael Madden, Chief Executive Officer for Providence Health System Southern California Region, has been promoted to Vice President, Advocacy and Development, for the entire health care system that includes 28 hospitals and 35 non-acute facilities in six Western states.

Quail Fire Update: Monday Afternoon

The Quail Fire, which was first reported early Sunday afternoon east of the I-5 at Quail Lake in the Gorman area, has burned 4,500 acres. The fire is currently 60 percent contained with full containment expected by early Tuesday morning according to Los Angeles County Fire. As of Monday afternoon, no major injuries had been reported, although one firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion.

Quail Fire Update: Monday Morning

The Quail Fire, which originated near Gorman Sunday, has burned over 4,000 acres and is currently 60 percent contained, according to fire officials. Full containment on the fire is expected sometime Monday evening. One firefighter sustained minor injuries while battling the fire, and was treated for heat exhaustion and released. At one time over 100 structures were threatened, and 2 out buildings were damaged but not destroyed. The cause of the blaze is still under investigation.

City to Hold Important Parenting Workshop

Professionals Teach Parents How To Make Confronting Teens On Sensitive Subjects Easier
Sex is not an easy subject to discuss with children or teenagers.  The City of Santa Clarita will host a workshop to ease parents into these types of conversations and other sensitive subjects and on Thursday, August 17, 2006, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the City will host an ATEAM (Abstinence Through Educations and Mentorship) Parenting Education Workshop at the City Hall Council Chambers.

Brush Fire Scorches Hundreds of Acres Near Gorman

A large brush fire north of Gorman swept through dry brush near Interstate 5, burning hundreds of acres. Approximately 300 firefighters continue to work on bringing the fire under full containment.