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Dodgers Lose 4-2

On Sunday, the Dodgers lost their final preseason game to the Angels, 4-2.  Tomorrow is Opening Day, and you can catch the Dodgers first game against the Atlanta Braves at 12:30pm on KHTS.

Nationally Acclaimed Business Seminar Comes To Santa Clarita

Thursday and Friday, April 6th and 7th marks the dates of a two-day program to help owners and managers of small business better understand financial management and increase their chances of success in today's difficult economic times.

Keep Old Town Newhall Clean – April 8th.

Do you need community hours for your club or association? Come out and help Saturday, April 8th between 7 AM and 12 PM. Help the Old Town Newhall Association keep Old Town Newhall clean by planting flowers, watering plants and cleaning the saddles in the sidewalk. The Clean-up will meet at Newhall Hardware, 24322 San Fernando Road, Downtown Newhall.
For information call Suzie Szabo at (661) 253-0730 or you can email

San Francisquito Canyon Road Fully Reopened

Los Angeles Mayor County Michael D. Antonovich announced the completion of road work on San Francisquito Canyon Road that had been closed after being heavily damaged by severe storms on January 9, 2005. The important link between Antelope Valley and Santa Clarita Valley is fully open without restriction or delays.

Dodgers tie 0-0

The Dodgers tied the Anaheim Angels zero all in tonight’s game.  Pushing into extra innings, 10 innings, neither team could gain the advantage over each other.  Both teams played a very strong game, prefacing what’s to come when the season starts.  Join your Hometown Station AM1220 on Monday for the season opener.

Henry Mayo Kicks Off April Events

April 4 – I Can Cope – “Mobilizing Resources and Support” will be the topic for the I Can Cope support group from 7 to 9 p.m. April 4 in

Singing Their Praises

Special education kids perform ‘Lean on Me’ for proud parents.

The colorful paintings of a happy mask, books, laboratory tools and “Go Vikings” slogans looked down from canvasses on the walls of the multipurpose room at

Students Urge Others Not to March

While thousands of students across Southern California joined marches protesting a proposed overhaul of national immigration policy, Santa Clarita high school campuses were quiet Friday, except for rallies and forums inside some of the schools.  At Canyon High, seven students spoke to a diverse audience of 80 about the affects of two proposed immigration bills being debated in Congress. One urged students not to march because they would be scapegoats. “If we march and leave school, we are playing into their hands,” said David Villegas.

Oak Tree Golf Classic April 24, 2006 at TPC

Attention Golfers! Mark your calendar for Monday, April 24th, 2006 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. It’s the Oak Tree Golf Classic at the Tournament Players Club in Valencia. The morning will be a slice of paradise beginning with a light breakfast sponsored by Burrtec Waste. An 11 a.m. shotgun start will swing in tournament play. An on-course boxed lunch will be provided. Here’s a gimme, one whiff of dinner at the 19th hole, sponsored by Gold Feather Realty, and you’ll be trapped.