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Santa Clarita News

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    The Greenbelt, Part 3

    An editorial by Wendy Langhans, Interpretive Naturalist, looks at the future of Elsmere Canyon

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    Where we see flowers insects see a local 7-11 store

    Elsmere Canyon is the wrong place to build estates
     

    UPDATE: Big Brush Fire Off I-14 Out

    Brush fire near freeway put out, no connection to oil refinery

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    At 9:15,  a brush fire was reported on the 14 Freeway at San Fernando Road.

     

    Although the exact cause is unknown, the blaze did start on the road side.

     

    Emergency vehicles rushed to the scene, and several helicopters dropped water on the blaze.  

     

    Illegal Signs Pop Up All Over Valley

    City continues to responds to illegal signs

     

    Blood And Platelets Desperately Needed To Save One Life

    City of Hope Patient Joseph Farah has had leukemia once, and now its back

     

    In late October 2006, Joseph was diagnosed with leukemia, and recentally, he had a relapse. 

     

    Trying to put the cancer in remission, Joseph recently was admitted for one dose of chemo.  His wife, Stephanie Farah is used to the uncertainty of recovery.  "You can never tell when leukemia is in remission, you never know."  It was supposed to target his bone marrow, but instead he contracted an infection. 

     

    LA County Welfare Costs Exceed $35 Million

    Total Annual Cost of Illegals on Taxpayers Exceeds $1 Billion

    A new report show illegal aliens and their families in Los Angeles County collected over $35 million in welfare and food stamp allocations in May, announced Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.

     

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    Mission Valley Bank Expands To Center Pointe

    Bank adds second location in Santa Clarita. 

     

     

    Tamara Gurney, President and CEO of Mission Valley Bank, has announced plans to open a new, full service banking office in the Centre Pointe area of the Santa Clarita Valley. "We are excited about the location of this new branch and believe that the selected site is centrally located in the heart of Centre Pointe, allowing us to provide yet another convenient location to serve our clients throughout the Santa Clarita Valley."

     

    Hospital Decision Pushed Back Two Months

    Council giving staff two months to find answers

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    David Gauny - Smart Growth SCV

    At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, the Council followed staff recommendation, and pushed back the Henry Mayo Campus Expansion debate to the August 28th meeting.

    Dummy Gets Hand Blown Off By Fireworks

    Sheriff’s display the dangers of 4th of July fireworks

    ImageIn a startling display of the power firecrackers can have, a Sheriff’s Department explosives expert blew the left hand off of a dummy in front of the Westfield Town Center. 

     

    UPDATE: Woman Who Drove Off A Cliff

    Woman, who was found 300 ft. off a cliff, in stable condition

    At around 7:00 yesterday, the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Department received a call from a man who said that his wife had just called him and told him that she accidentally drove off a cliff somewhere off of Sand Canyon Road.

    What's Good In Education

    The school year may be over, but the Hart District’s still got plenty to brag about.

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