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Santa Clarita News

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    Low Riders of the Trail

    With their shiny black paint job, raised rear suspension and nocturnal habits, these darkling beetles resemble something you’d see cruising the streets at night.  But don’t be fooled – come too close for a better look and you’re likely to receive a nasty-smelling surprise.  Because you’ve come across a STINKBUG! In the spring and summer, these beetles are what we call crepuscular, that is, active at twilight, night and dawn. 

    Veterans Historical Plaza Christmas Tree Lighting!

    The Blue Star Mothers of the Canyons and the Prayer Angels will be hosting a Christmas tree lighting ceremony at 5 p.m. this Saturday, December 9th at the Veterans' Historical Plaza in Old Town Newhall.
    Speakers include Assemblyman Cameron Smyth and Mayor Laurene Weste.

    The Blue Star Mothers is an organization dedicated to troops overseas.

    Santa Clarita to Host Cultural Night

    Friday, December 8, 2006 the City of Santa Clarita will host a community cultural night designed to showcase the rich cultural tapestry of Santa Clarita with dance and food from the hours of 6 to 8 p.m. The event will be held at the City of Santa Clarita Community Center , located at 22421 Market Street in Newhall. The event is free of charge. For further information about the event, one may contact Cynthia Llerenas at (661) 259-2489.

    Wrench Thrown in Council Appointment Plan

    The very plan that gave 15 applicants a chance to be a city councilman has now seemed to change mid stream. Originally, the plan called for three public panels to conduct interviews, and then rate their top five candidates. Those top five would then be interviewed by the city council at a special meeting on Wednesday, which went on last night.Now, here’s where it gets interesting. If the council could not reach a decision on the top 5 candidates, then another meeting would be held on Friday to interview the applicants that were ranked 6th through 10th.

    Video Detailing Devastating Impacts Of Cemex Released

    The potentially negative, and even dangerous, environmental and public health impacts of a proposed 69-million ton mega-mine in Los Angeles County are detailed in a new video produced by the community most impacted by the proposed project.

    Zonta Prepares Tribute For Carl And Jeri Goldman

    Tonight the Zonta Club of Santa Clarita will host a tribute dinner for Carl and Jeri Goldman. The dinner is the primary fundraiser for Zonta, and it will serve as a time where the Goldman’s contributions to the people of Santa Clarita can be recognized.

    Governor Schwarzenegger Announces Six Enterprise Zones In L.A. County

    23 Statewide to Spur Job Growth, Economic Development
    Gov. Schwarzenegger Announces Six Enterprise Zones in Los Angeles County, 23 Statewide to Spur Job Growth, Economic Development

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    Buck McKeon Receives Endorsement From Americans For Legal Immigration

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is pleased to offer our endorsement to the Howard "Buck" McKeon for Congress Campaign because Howard "Buck" McKeon wants our borders secured, our existing immigration laws enforced, and illegal aliens to leave the United States of America.

    Antonovich Orders Flags at Half Mast in Honor of Fallen Forest Service Crew

    Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich ordered all County flags to fly at half-mast in honor of the U.S. Forest Service firefighters who died battling a wildfire in Riverside County: Mark Loutzenhiser, 43, of Idyllwild; Jason McKay, 27, of Phelan; Jess McLean, 27, of Beaumont; Daniel Hoover-Najera, 20, of San Jacinto; and Pablo Cerda, 23, of Fountain Valley.