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Nutter, Crawford Are Man And Woman Of The Year

Winners crowned for their public service.

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


Twenty four locals were nominated for the award; however, at the end of the night, only two could take the title.


Those two were Greg Nutter and Jeanna Crawford.


KHTS would like to congratulate Mr. Nutter and Mrs. Crawford.


US Secretary Of Education Looks At COC

Margaret Spellings learns about new University Center.

In a day that saw Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney come to town, another federally focused individual made a stop in Santa Clarita to check out College of the Canyon’s University Center.


U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings met Friday with COC Superintendent Dr. Dianne Van Hook, Congressman Buck McKeon, and a host of other College of the Canyons officials.


Dodgers Win 6-3

The Dodgers took the second game in the three game set agains the Braves by winning 6-3.The series will conclude tomorrow.  The coverage will begin at 9:30 am on Your Hometown Station, AM 1220, KHTS!

Dodgers Lose To The Braves

 The Dodgers lost to the Braves on Friday night 4-0.
 You can hear the next game live May 5, against Atlanta on KHTS at 3:30PM.

County Funding Goes To Gang Prevention

$1 billion goes to increase efforts.

ImageThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich to support U.S. Senate Bill 456, the Gang Abatement and Prevention Act of 2007, authorizing more than a $1 billion to increase efforts in identifying, apprehending and prosecuting gang members.


Wildflowers Speak The Language Of Color

Nature in Santa Clarita, it's not what you look at but what you see. 

-Wendy Langhans 

Bouquet Canyon Construction Frustrates Drivers

Nightmarish traffic around road construction near Vasquez Canyon.

ImageMany listeners have been calling in and reporting substantial delays on Bouquet Canyon Road near Vasquez Canyon Road.


This is the result of a Los Angeles County Department of Public Works project that is working to widen and improve the road.


The city of Santa Clarita is not doing this work.


COC Hosts Super Hero-Like Day

The spider people are back!


Last April several students and faculty members were spotted scaling the sides of buildings on the College of the Canyons campus attached to string-like supports.  This is not a common sight at the college campus, but internal reports reveal that these annual web-spinners will return on May 5 this year to reprise the feat.

No, the campus hasn’t entered the world of super-heroes or the super-natural, but there are certainly some different activities going on here.


Smyth To Hold Town Hall Meeting

Senior Center to be the venue.

ImageIn conjunction with the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, Assemblyman Cameron Smyth is pleased to announce that they will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting entitled “Get to Know your Assemblyman” on May 5th, 10:30 a.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center.