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Dodgers Lose 4-1

The Dodgers lost to the Mets 4-1 Thursday night, in game two of the National League Division Series. Tune in to KHTS on Saturday when the Dodgers and the Mets will play game three.

URGENT REQUEST - Send an E-mail to the Governor, TODAY!!

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger plans to visit Mexico on a trade mission immediately following the November 7th election, and it has come to our attention that his office was approached by CEMEX to visit its corporate offices during this trip. As you may know, CEMEX is headquartered in Monterey, Mexico. We urge you to contact the Governor immediately and let him know that his constituents do not approve of him meeting with a company that threatens to endanger our public health, our environmental resources and our very quality of life by operating a mega-mine in our backyard.

City Hosts Meeting regarding Henry Mayo TCU

Community Leaders Discuss Alternatives to Closing Care Unit
City of Santa Clarita Mayor Laurene Weste called a meeting that was held Friday afternoon, September 29th, to address the fate of the Transitional Care Unit at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital. Approximately 20 community leaders including representatives from Henry Mayo Hospital, the City of Santa Clarita, the Senior Center, business community and physicians were present at the meeting.

Dodgers Lose to Mets 6-5

Wednesday, the Dodgers lost game one against the Mets. 6 to 5 was the final in New York. Game two happens Thursday afternoon beginning at 4:45 p.m. Hear exciting Dodgers Post-Season action LIVE, on AM 1220 KHTS.

Runner's Community College Bills Are Signed By Governor

Legislation Will Provide Students More Access to Classes
Community college legislation authored by Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) was signed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger late last week.  The measures will greatly benefit community college students.
"California's community colleges are vital to our educational system. These new laws support community colleges and provide opportunities for more students to access classes," said Runner. 

Supervisors OK $21 million to Widen The Old Road

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved $21 million in loans to widen The Old Road...Lanes affected are between Hasley Canyon & Lake Hughes roads in Castaic.  Get the entire story in Wednesday's Signal.

Retail Shop Scuffle Ends in Arrest

Store owner says he pulled his gun on customers in self-defense.The way Marco Bigit tells it, he was acting in self-defense when he pulled a gun on a Canyon Country couple after an argument grew heated & violent.  Get the full story in Wednesday's Signal.

Knights Get First Win Of 2006 And Make History

The Santa Clarita Knights have gotten their first win of the 2006 season, defeating the Long Beach Ruff Ryders  8-6. They also made history with the win coming under Head Coach Rhonda Ripley, who becomes the FIRST Female Head Coach to secure a win in the West Coast Football League (WCFL); and on the west coast entirely. Records state that Coach Ripley is one of only two female Head Coaches in SemiPro history nationwide to ever achieve this milestone.

Kings Officially Set Roster for 2006-08 NHL Season

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Kings have announced their 23-man player roster for the 2006-07 season.
Center Alyn McCauley (off-season knee surgery) and defenseman Richard Petiot (knee sprain during the 2006 Rookie Tournament) have been placed on the injured reserve list to start the season.  McCauley is officially a non-roster player. The following is a look at the Kings' 23-man player roster:
Goaltenders (2)                Defense (8)                        Forwards (13)

Business Organizations Support Measure M

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Valley Industrial Association have both endorsed Measure M, a ballot initiative that will be on the November 7 general election ballot.  Measure M will provide funds for College of the Canyons to add critically needed classrooms and labs, and ease overcrowding at the college.