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Three Rescued From SCV Mountain

Young hikers hoisted out by helicopter

Late last night, the LA County Fire Department responded to a call in Stevenson Ranch where three hikers were stranded on top of a mountain.


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Lexus Concert Series Returns

Lexus Concert Series Returns

9th Annual
LEXUS of Valencia Jazz & Blues Concert Series

Friday Nights
June 8 ~ September 7
7:00 - 9:30 pm on Town Center Drive at McBean the street - outside the Hyatt in Valencia.

Great music, food & beverages (beer and wine for the adults), activities for the kids, and Admission is FREE!

Join us this season as we welcome
World Class Artists

Elderberry Wine

Nature in Santa Clarita…it’s not what you look at but what you see

-Wendy Langhans

City Pays Tribute To Valencia Softball

Banners can be seen on McBean Parkway

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Wood Burning Fireplaces Could Be Outlawed

Air quality plan could nix them in new homes

Southland air quality officials has adopted a far-reaching clean air plan that proposes emission controls on everything from ships to trucks to residential fireplaces so that in an effort to clean the air in Southern California.

Filming Goes Through The Roof In May

Big month sees filming increase 93%

The City of Santa Clarita announced today that location filming increased 93 percent in May 2007 compared with May 2006. The Film Office issued 27 film permits in May 2007, compared with 14 permits issued in May 2006. In total the Film Office has issued 295 permits for filming within the City of Santa Clarita during the first eleven months of Fiscal Year (FY) 2006-2007, already a 4 percent increase over FY 2005-2006 and there’s still one month remaining in the year.

County Gets Bolster From Security Grant

Homeland Security grant going to fight terrorism

To increase the County’s ability to prevent and respond to terrorism, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a $5.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s 2006 Los Angeles/Long Beach Urban Area Security Grant, announced Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.

Fire Burns Two Condos

One Firefighter injured

ImageThe Fire Department has confirmed that a fire burned two Condo units at 26853 Claudette Road, near Rainbow Glen, in Canyon Country.


Fire ripped through all three stories of the building, and LA County Firefighters responded “first alarm” to the fire.

D-Day Remembered By SCV Locals

Senior writing class puts history on paper

In Santa Clarita, a select group of seniors are a part of a creative writing class, which allows them to learn, and to write for fun. A few of them have shared their words in regards to D-Day, which happened 63 years ago today.  


My Big Brother and Myself

by Raoul Hurd


Before the world claimed him as its hero,

I treasured the memories of our world – just me and him.

I remember when we shared a bed in the lean-to that he built.