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    SCVTV Earns L.A. Area Emmy Nomination For Football Preview

    The Santa Clarita Valley's local television station, SCVTV, earned an Emmy nomination for its work on the Foothill League football preview

    California Highway Patrol Officials Offer Summer Safety Tips

    California Highway Patrol officials offered a series of tips Friday to prevent the endangerment of pets, passengers, drivers and vehicles due to high summer temperatures.


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    “The warm temperatures and busy holiday travel of summer put extra demands on both car and

    Santa Clarita To Look At Metro Billboard Deal At City Council Meeting

    Santa Clarita officials will have to decide what the next step is for a controversial billboard deal with Metro and AllVision on Tuesday at the next City Council meeting. Santa Clarita officials approved a plan with Metro and AllVision that would put three large, two-sided electronic signs next to Santa Clarita Valley freeways, in exchange for Metro taking down billboards on Metro-controlled propertythroughout the city. Opponents of the effort, funded in part by a billboard lobbying group that wanted to see an open-bidding process for any new billboard deal, successfully created a referendum that put those plans on hold. For how long is, up to Santa Clarita City Council members Tuesday.

    Santa Clarita Assemblyman Names Chuck Morris Veteran Of The Year For The 38th District

    Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, is awarding Chuck Morris, a veterans rights activist, with the annual Veteran of the Year award Friday for the 38th Assembly District in Sacramento.


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    Senior Center Tap Dancer Mary Alvidrez Passes Baton To New Instructor

    Professional dancer Stephenie Lawton is the new tap dancing teacher at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. Mary Alvidrez, 91, recently retired from teaching the class after 15 years.

    Canyon High Grad Completes Navy Battle Stations Training

    Angelique Galvez, of Canyon Country,  graduated June 18 from U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill., according to Navy officials.


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    Vayu Yoga Celebrating One Year Anniversary

    Vayu Yoga in Newhall hosting event to celebrate their one year anniversary with complimentary sessions and live music, among other activities.

    Mission Community Police Council To Host 5th Annual Race For Youth

    The Mission Community Police Council is gearing up for the Race for Youth, a fundraiser for the Mission Community Police Station. Arif Halaby, of Total Financial Solutions, served with the LAPD for nearly 11 years and is now on the board of the council.

    Santa Clarita WorkSource Center to Offer Job Recruitment Event

    Santa Clarita WorkSource Center officials are hosting a free skilled trade construction recruitment June 26 in order to fill 40 full-time insulation installer positions with Masco Contractor Services.


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    Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center Receives $160k For County Contract

    The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center will receive more than $160,000 from Los Angeles County. Every four years, they renew their contract with the county to provide services like adult day care, home safety assessment and in-home assistance for seniors.