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Santa Clarita News

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    Valencia High Wins Softball Title

    Valenica defeats Hart.

    The Valencia Vikings took the CIF Division I Girl's Softball Title Saturday evening, as they defeated the Hart Indians in the CIF Division I Championship game 1-0. Valencia is currently ranked number one in the country.

     

    For complete coverage, tune in to Dave Caldwell's sports on Monday morning between 7am and 10am on your hometown station, AM-1220, KHTS. 

     

    KHTS congratulates the Valencia Girl's Softball Team. 

     

    Independent Henry Mayo Analysis Fails To Provide Answers

    Analysis can’t determine if site’s office space will be too much or not enough

    Henry Mayo Hospital has been battling to get their master plan for expansion through all of the City approvals. Critics say that the plan is too big for the area, includes too many office buildings, and doesn’t specifically guarantee any hospital facilities will be built.

     

    Foreigner Front Man Announced As Hoefflin Headliner

    Lou Gramm to rock “Evening Under the Stars”

    One of the biggest names in rock and roll takes the stage at the Michael Hoefflin Foundation’s annual “Evening Under the Stars Gala Dinner & Auction” on September 15.

    Lou Gramm, lead vocalist with the multi-platinum band Foreigner and a successful solo artist, brings a dynamic live show featuring his own hits and those that kept Foreigner at the top of the charts for so many years.

    EZ Transit Pass Prices Going Up

    SCV residents will have to pay up

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    Boy's Snake Bite Not From Mojave Green

    Doctor says that most likely, it was the Southern Pacific rattlesnake

    “Chris is doing very well,” said Dr. Jennifer Smith, who has been treating local COC student Chris Bolewski after he was bitten by a snake while moving some brush on Sunday.

    “When he first came to us he was having pretty severe swelling and pain in his leg and he was showing signs of muscle breakdown,” she said. “Both of those things are improving, and he’s up and around with the physical therapist.”

    Bouquet Center Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

    Businesses show off new looks

    ImageThursday afternoon, one of the most visible shopping centers in Santa Clarita celebrated their brand new look. The Bouquet Center, affixed in the center of Santa Clarita on Bouquet Canyon Road and Newhall Ranch Road just got prettier.  

     

    Whitney Canyon Set To Be Cleaned Up

    Hiking Club is seeking volunteers to help

    ImageThe community hiking club is sponsoring a trash clean up day in Whitney Canyon in conjunction with National Trails Day on June 2nd and 3rd.

    This is part of a new wilderness and open spaces stewardship committee sponsored by the hiking club.

    We Live In Rattlesnake Country

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

    -Wendy Langhans

    Marine Unit Adopted By West Ranch Students

    Son of school’s Health Assistant finds much support from home

    When Kathy Cooper, a Health Assistant at West Ranch High School, found out that her son Markus was going to be leaving for his second tour in Iraq, she was hoping to find a way to make his time there as comfortable as possible. What she didn’t count on, was how one email could snowball into a massive effort on behalf of students and faculty.

     

    Memorial Weekend DUIs, Fatalities Up From Last Year

    The CHP reports increases in Santa Clarita

    Before Memorial Day weekend, the California Highway Patrol issued materials warning drivers to drive safely because they would be ramping up their patrols.

     

    In fact, 80% of the force’s patrol officers were out over the weekend. The goal was to hopefully prevent people from making poor decisions on the road such as drinking and driving, not wearing seatbelts or speeding.