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Facilities Foundation Opens Its Books

Papers released to denounce rumors.

Two spreadsheets detailing the Hart District Facilities Foundation’s expenditures have been released to KHTS by Superintendent and Foundation member Jaime Castellanos.

The spreadsheets show a list of projects from May of 1998 to the present day.

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Castellanos Clears The Air

The Superintendent spills the facts about Castaic students, the facilities foundation and more.

 In a special edition on KHTS, Superintendent of the William S. Hart School District Jaime Castellanos participated in a broadcast discussion about some of the most publicized and important issues facing education in Santa Clarita.

 

Deputies Arrest Shooting Suspect

Suspect said to have shot at man for looking at him.

A 23 year old man named Jorge Valle, a resident of Palmdale was arrested yesterday afternoon. Deputies believe that he is the man behind a January shooting that took place in the parking lot of the Facey Medical Center on McBean Parkway.

 

It's Official! Harry Welch Stadium

In a unanimous decision, the William S. Hart District School Board voted late last night to rename the Canyon High School Athletic Stadium, the Harry Welch Stadium.

 

Life At Valley View A "Win-Win"

Local school breaks barriers.

Gayle Abril, Principal at Valley View Community School got an email in late January that began with the word; congratulations. 

As it turns out, Valley View was determined to be a finalist for the California Advisory Commission for Special Education’s GOAL Award.

GOAL stands for Grazer Outstanding Achievement in Learning Award, and it looks for schools with the top Special Education techniques.

Valley View’s Win-Win program caught their eye because it integrates the Special Education population in with the rest of the school.

Kings Lose 3-2

The Los Angeles Kings lose to Columbus Blue Jackets in overtime 3-2.

 

For a second night in a row, the Kings could not hang on for a win as they followed Tuesday night's losing game on the road against Chicago with another loss to the Blue Jackets. They held on in overtime to a 2-2 score falling to a last minute goal by the Blue Jackets with :21 seconds left in the game.

 

The Kings will take on the Detroit Red Wings Friday afternoon with pre-game starting at 4PM. Your Hometown station will bring you the live play by play action on AM 1220, KHTS.

McKeon Named Policymaker Of The Year

McKeon recognized for education policy.

Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-CA) was named today Policymaker of the Year for 2007 by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE).

Bowl-A-Thon A Big Success

Community pours out support.

ImageOn February 17th, the SCV-Newhall Optimist Club witnessed the support that Santa Clarita provides for a good cause. Heads Up "Therapy on Horseback was the focus for the first ever SCV-Newhall Optimist Bowl-a-Thon in Santa Clarita.

Fire Rips Through Apartment

Fire leaves three families without a home.

Food left cooking unsupervised was the cause of a fire Tuesday afternoon that destroyed one apartment and affected two others.

 

The fire happened at 26790 North Claudette Street in Canyon Country, in an apartment complex near Ruether Avenue and Soledad Canyon Road.

 

State Senate Names Fleming Woman Of The Year

Cheri Fleming Named Woman of the Year for Senate District 17.

ImageThe State Senate celebrated the 21st anniversary of honoring exemplary women at the annual Woman of the Year ceremony. Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) honored Santa Clarita Valley community leader Cheri Fleming.