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City to Hold Free Parenting Workshop

It is not easy to raise a family today’s society -- especially with blended or step families. Each family encompasses different dynamics and requires different needs. The City of Santa Clarita believes that every family is unique and deserves to be celebrated -- no matter what the situation is. On Thursday, October 19, 2006, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the City will host Strategies for Success: Building a Successful Blended Family at the City Hall Council Chambers.
 

Officials Target Citys Dangerous Intersections

Cameras have decreased the number of traffic accidents, but accidents still occur.Like most growing cities, Santa Clarita has its share of potentially hazardous roadways.  Get the full story in Wednesday's Signal.

Walk For Measure "M"

We are, we are, Citizens for COC!!!!

Saturday promises to be a beautiful day with fresh crisp fall air and sunshine.  What better weather could we ask for for precinct walking?

Precinct walking happens this Saturday at Republican Headquarters from 9:30-4:30 p.m.  If you 2 hours you can spare to get some fresh air, exercise and fellowship then this is the event for you!!! 

 

City Makes Improvements on Two Major Bus Routes

Changes are first steps towards system restructuring

Season of Diversity Drums Up Knowledge

          

The city of Santa Clarita is in full swing with its Season of Diversity program that runs until February 27th. The series is intended to support cultural diversity by honoring the many cultures of the world that are represented in our community.

Lockheed Player of the Week - October 17, 2006

Congratulations, Shane Vereen of Valencia High School for being a “Player of the Week”.
Shane Vereen set a new Valencia rushing record Friday against Golden Valley High with 354 rushing yards on 14 carries.  He scored six touchdowns in the Vikings 58-7 win.  Vereen bested the previous Valencia mark, held by Manuel White, by 51 yards.
Congratulations, Shane Vereen from Lockheed Federal Credit Union, The Signal, and KHTS AM-1220!

Parents Say Schools a Sitting Duck

They agree Santa Clarita Elementary's crosswalk is unsafe, needs more signage.The intersection near a Saugus school, tucked off to the side of one of the city's busiest intersections, where cars reportedly zip by at more than 50 mph even when school's in session, is worrying local residents.  See the full story in Tuesday's Signal.

City: Cemex Site Would Hurt River Species

Concern for local fish, wildlife, plants continues.Assessing recent construction that could adversely impact protected species in the Santa Clara River, Mayor Laurene Weste, Councilman Bob Kellar & several city staff members toured property in & around the site where Cemex plans to build its sand & gravel mine.  Get the whole story in Tuesday's Signal.

Kings Lose 3-1

Monday night the Kings lost to the Red Wings 3-1. Tune in to KHTS Wednesday at 7:00 for the next Kings game.