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Transportation Coalition Seeking Board Member

The City of Santa Clarita is encouraging residents to apply for a position on the North County Transportation Coalition.

The Board is comprised of community leaders from the cities of Lancaster, Palmdale, Santa Clarita and the County of Los Angeles and is committed to “improving the movement of people and goods in the North Los Angeles County region.”

Last Chance To Make News

One of the larger events in Santa Clarita every year is the Newsmaker Awards. Inside the Hyatt on February 2nd  you’ll find yourself rubbing

elbows with the “who’s who” of the town, and seeing the most recognized faces and organizations.

ADDY Awards Looking For Entries

It’s the cheapest form of therapy available.  For just $75 you can enter a national advertising competition, possibly win a gold statue and in turn garner the respect, admiration and validation you’ve always craved.

 

College Of The Canyons Names Silver Spur Recipient

The College of the Canyons Foundation Board of Directors revealed Tuesday its choice of Rita Garasi, long-time community volunteer, as the recipient of the coveted “Silver Spur” Community Service Award for 2007.

Garasi, Santa Clarita’s 1990 Woman of the Year, has long been one of the community’s most active volunteers, providing leadership to a string of nonprofit groups and local agencies. In recent years she has also dedicated herself to supporting the college’s success.

Family Concert Series With The Santa Clarita Symphony

ImageThe Santa Clarita Symphony will inaugurate its “Family Concert Series” with a "Storytelling" theme starting at 3 p.m. this Sunday afternoon, Jan.

Kings Lose 4-3

On Saturday night, the Kings fell to the Edmonton Oilers 4-3.  Tune in to KHTS on Thursday at 7:00pm, when the Kings will take on the Chicago Blackhawks.

Providence Commends Health Care Proposal

Arnold R. Schaffer, Chief Executive of Providence Health System Southern California Region, today commended Governor Arnold Schwarzenneger for his proposal to provide health care coverage for every Californian. “We share the Governor’s vision, and we applaud his leadership in advancing the debate with his proposal,” Schaffer said.

Governor's Bond Order A Hit With Republicans

Senate and Assembly Republican leaders commended Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger for issuing an executive order calling for accountability over money raised by the state through the sale of bonds.

“California has a spotted history when it comes to the efficient use of bond revenues,” Senate Republican Leader Dick Ackerman, of Tustin, said. 

Assembly Republican Leader Mike Villines, of Clovis, stated, “As we look forward, Republicans will demand that the infrastructure bonds are spent as the people intended, not on pork projects in lawmakers’ districts.” 

City Best Place For Youth

ImageThe City of Santa Clarita is a winner of a national competition to identify the “100 Best Communities for Young People”.  America’s Promise honors communities across the country, ranging from small towns to urban neighborhoods, for their commitment to provide healthy, safe and caring environments for young people.

 

Kings Win 3-2

On Friday night, the Los Angeles Kings beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-2.  You can hear the next Kings game, Saturday at 6:30pm on KHTS.