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    Bouquet Junction Roadwork To Finish Soon

    Work expedited to move completion date up to August 7th.

    The nightmarish traffic that has consumed drivers headed through the Bouquet Junction in the middle of town is almost over.


    That’s according to Newhall Land Representatives who said that work has been expedited because of traffic problems, and now the project is expected to wrap up on August 7th.  That’s roughly two months earlier than the original October completion date.


    Full Closure Of I-5 Coming Monday Night

    Closure to happen midnight to 4:00am

    Includes full, overnight southbound I-5 closure 7/30-7/31, 11:59 p.m. to 4 a.m., from I-405 to San Fernando Mission Blvd.

    Local Girl Places High At Hamni Bank Jr. Open

    Rak Cho takes the tournament.

    Rak Cho of Brea, Calif., was named champion of the Boys Division in the Hanmi Bank Junior Open Thursday after a three-hole playoff with Jordan Lee of Tarzana, Calif., and Jake Sarnoff of Manhattan Beach, Calif. Cho finished the final round with a tournament total of 1-under-par 215 at the Robinson Ranch Golf Club’s Valley Course. In the Girls Division, Lalita Patipaksiri of Cypress, Calif., finished the tournament at 1-over-par 217 to record her first American Junior Golf Association victory.

    Many Sleepover At Dodger Stadium

    Fans got the chance to eat, sleep, and dream in Dodger Blue

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have once again offered fans the chance to spend the night at Dodger Stadium. Last night, nearly 500 fans brought their sleeping bags with them as they watched the Dodgers face the Rockies. Of course, the game was in Colorado at Coors Field, so the game was broadcast on DodgerVision.

    Residents Don't Stand For Loitering Gang Members

    Deputies called after harassment


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    Details Emerge From Republican's Budget Plan

    Proposal fully funds education, public safety and voter-approved bonds

    Senate Republicans introduced their budget proposal Wednesday to the rest of the Senate, and it is a plan that purges the 700 million dollar operating deficit that came along with the Assembly passed version.  “Californians deserve a balanced budget, and that is what Senate Republicans are striving to give them,” said Senate Republican Chairman George Runner.


    How Do We Know When It's Time To Come In?

    Nature in Santa Clarita; it’s not what you look at but what you see.

    -Wendy Langhans

    Joe Messina Vying For Spot On Hart School Board

    Local business leader advocates a change in focus

    Joe Messina, one of the founders of the Wildcat Group, has announced that he plans on making a bid for one of the two seats up in this November’s Hart School Board elections.