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Lockheed Player of the Week

Congratulations, Nick Gauthier of Saugus High School for being a “Player of the Week”.
 
Gauthier, quarterback for the Saugus Centurians, was 17-of-23 on the game for 188 yards and two touchdowns, adding 48 yards on the ground on 11 rushes.  Gauthier, a senior, greatly contributed to the 20-6 win over Chino High.
 
Congratulations, Nick from Lockheed Federal Credit Union, The Signal, and KHTS AM-1220!
 
For his performance, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the Saugus High School booster club.

Lockheed Player of the Week

Congratulations, Nick Gauthier of Saugus High School for being a “Player of the Week”.
 
Gauthier, quarterback for the Saugus Centurians, was 17-of-23 on the game for 188 yards and two touchdowns, adding 48 yards on the ground on 11 rushes.  Gauthier, a senior, greatly contributed to the 20-6 win over Chino High.
 
Congratulations, Nick from Lockheed Federal Credit Union, The Signal, and KHTS AM-1220!
 
For his performance, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the Saugus High School booster club.

Molar Manor Opens Under New Ownership and Location

Benefit for Carousel Ranch takes place on October 6th, 7th, and 8th.

Established in the Santa Clarita Valley in 2001 by Dr. Ronald Singer, Molar Manor’s ‘A Haunted Collection’ was open only two days per year to benefit local charities.  The new owners, Denise Larson Kevitt and Ralph Esacoff, intend  to continue the tradition of charity events but have plans to extend the hours of operation to a year ‘round calendar.

 

District Low on Funds to Finish Jobs

Officials: Money will be gone by December unless another financial source for the projects can be found.The Hart district will run completely out of money for its modernization projects by December if no other funding sources can be found, according to school officials.  Get the entire story in Tuesday's Signal.

Baby Sitter Pleads Not Guilty

Santa Clarita woman accused of sexually assaulting the 1-year-old girl she was watching.A Santa Clarita woman pled not guilty Monday to charges that she sexually assaulted a 1-year-old girl while she was babysitting her in August.  See the whole story in Tuesday's Signal.

Theatre Project/SCV To Hold Stephen Schwartz Tribute Auditions

A Star-Studded Celebration of 35 Years of Legendary Broadway Musicals and Film Scores to Be Performed At College of the Canyons Performing Arts Centers on Sunday, October 22
 
The Theatre Project/SCV is holding chorus auditions for its upcoming production, AN EVENING WITH STEPHEN SCHWARTZ, at 2:30 PM on Sunday, October 1st at Vibe Performing Arts Studios, 24460 ¼ Lyons Avenue in Santa Clarita). Auditions are restricted to those age 16 and up, and those attending should prepare 16 bars of a song to perform and be ready to sight-sing harmonic parts. 

Sanitation District to Offer New Rebate Program to Protect River

Governor signs Senate Bill 475 to reduce salt in wastewater
 
SACRAMENTO—Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill 475 late Friday afternoon giving the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District (District) a new tool to reduce chloride in wastewater, which may keep Santa Clarita Valley sewer rates lower. The District will also provide a new rebate offering reasonable value for voluntary removal of automatic water softeners.  
 

Firefighters And Sheriffs Endorse Measure M

Measure M will appear on the November 7 ballot.
SANTA CLARITA–Los Angeles County Firefighters and the Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs have 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.
 

Council to Hear Sign Dissent

Eight signs were declared public nuisances.A public hearing will allow City Council members to consider any objections to the proposed removal of eight non-conforming signs, recently declared public nuisances by the council.  Get the whole story in Monday's Signal.