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    Real Estate & Market Report: August 22, 2014

    There seems to be little standing in the way of the stock market rising these days. Through the first 4 trading days of the week the market is up 275 points.

    Despite all of the doom and gloom predictions that the markets were going to get hurt as the Fed continued to taper their stimulus program, none of that has come to be.  Additionally, mortgage rates were expected to have risen by now.

    What is interesting is that just this week mortgage rates hit the lowest point in a year according to Freddie Mac.

    College Of The Canyons Unveiling New Campaign

    College of the Canyons is unveiling a new “Skills4Success” campaign for Fall semester featuring pictures of students on large banners across campus.

    College of the Canyons has unveiled the new campaign designed to publicly recognize and visually celebrate the wide range of student success stories found at the college, while also introducing new support strategies COC officials believe will help revolutionize how student success is measured.

    Coroner Says Dead Body In Valencia Yet To Be Identified, Investigated

    A backup in Coroner’s Office investigation left a possible murder victim at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital more than five days after the death, according to a coroner with the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.

    Santa Clarita Outdoor Report: Secrets In The Scat

    By:  Mieko Alley

    This week’s Santa Clarita Valley Outdoor Report fills us in on the secret details of scat.  Scat shape and appearance, marking territory, evidence of diet, and are just part of the lessons of scat. So get on out there and see what scat you see while hiking.

    Pills Kill Symposium To Be Held In Hopes Of Saving Lives

    City of Santa Clarita officials are hoping to address and raise awareness about prescription pill abuse, a national epidemic that has killed more people than methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine combined.

    Mind-Body Practices And Mindful Activities With Vayu Yoga

    Wendy Hassenpflug, owner of Vayu Yoga®, shares how mind-body practices can enhance any type of activity

    By Wendy Hassenpflug, MS, E-RYT

    When you think of mind-body activities, which of the following come to mind: yoga, Pilates, riding a stationary bike, weight training, soccer, riding a mountain bike, dance, tai chi, running, walking on a treadmill, taking a group exercise class, martial arts?

    Closures For I-5 Truck Lanes Project Announced

    The California Department of Transportation has announced closures on I-5 and the Antelope Valley Freeway (SR-14) starting Aug. 18-22 due to the Truck Lanes Project.

    City Of Santa Clarita Officials Present Mobile App To Save Water

    City of Santa Clarita officials are looking use a mobile app to conserve water by 20 percent or more to save water during in the California drought.

    Santa Clarita Residents Can Report Broken Sprinklers To City Officials

    Santa Clarita Valley residents have a way to contact the city of Santa Clarita in the case of malfunctioning sprinklers.

    Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA Raises Awareness With Open House

    Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA officials hosted an open house at their Valencia facility on Saturday to raise awareness about the programs and services available to SCV residents.