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Santa Clarita News

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    Santa Clarita Headed To Sacramento

    Seventy of SCV’s movers and shakers are taking political road trip.

    On Monday, May 14th, seventy Santa Clarita residents, business owners, city officials and educators will board a bus headed for Sacramento.


    On the agenda is a full set of meetings with state legislators and representatives from various state agencies.


    United behind select topics, the “road trippers” plan to use their time well, and advocate for issues that are important to the City of Santa Clarita and its residents.


    Western Fence Lizards Cop An Attitude

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

    -Wendy Langhans

    "Mother Courage And Her Children" Coming To COC

    College of the Canyons Theatre presents the classic play.

    Is it right to profit from the misery of others during war?


    What if that profit was the only thing that kept you and your children alive? That dilemma comes to the main stage of the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center when Bertolt Brecht’s classic play Mother Courage and Her Children sets up camp for a four-day run beginning Thursday, May 10.

    Repairs At Hart Underway

    District says some work already done, more on the way.

    ImageMany Hart High School parents and faculty came to some recent William S. Hart District board meetings to ask why their school, along with Placerita and Sierra Vista Jr. Highs have not received some much needed repairs.


    Driving Miss Daisy Pulls Into The Rep

    Hit play starring top notch ensemble.

    The Repertory East Playhouse is bringing to its Main Stage the Pulitzer Prize Winning Drama, Driving Miss Daisy.


    Written by Alfred Uhry and sponsored by Mission View Public Schools, Driving Miss Daisy opens Friday May18 and runs through June 16.


    Employees In The COC Spotlight

    College of the Canyons awards special workers.

    Employees at College of the Canyons were recognized for their contributions to the college at an awards luncheon held on Wednesday, May 2, 2007. 


    The luncheon was held with the “twist” that board members, administrators and managers served college “classified” employees a catered meal.


    Classified employees hold support positions at the college.


    Antonovich Presents "Bucky"

    600th pet for adoption marks weekly display.

    ImageLos Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich presented the 600th shelter pet for adoption, “Bucky” a 12-week old terrier mix, at the Board of Supervisors meeting on May 8, 2007. 


    Evening of Remembrance

    Youth Remembered at the Youth Grove on Thursday, May 10, 2007

    The City of Santa Clarita and the Blue Ribbon Task Force will host the 2nd Annual “Evening of Remembrance” on Thursday, May 10, 2007, at 7:15 p.m. to remember Santa Clarita Valley youth who died in traffic-related collisions. The event will be held at the Youth Grove in Central Park, located at 27150 Bouquet Canyon Road.


    The program will include songs and readings, and will be highlighted by a reading of the names of the 69 youth who are included in this memorial.


    Take The New Rebate And Run

    Automatic Water Softener Rebates to be offered from $325 to $2,000.

    Fire Burns Eight Acres

    Latest blaze hits Castaic

    ImageA fire broke out in Castaic at around 4:00pm this evening, one mile north of Lake Hughes Road, on the west side of the I-5 freeway.


    The fire burned 8 acres before it was doused by fire crews.


    No structures were damaged in the fire, although the fire did mark the third such incident in Santa Clarita in the last two days.