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Santa Clarita News

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    Premiere GraceFest SCV Comes To Central Park Saturday

    The premiere GraceFest SCV came to Central Park Saturday with the goal of bringing together Christian believers for a day of music and worship.

    ‘Bronze Buckaroo’ Herb Jeffries, Walk Of Western Stars Honoree, Dead At 100

    Jeffries Starred in B-Westerns as First Black Singing Cowboy Hero; Crooned with Duke Ellington Orchestra in late 1930s-early 1940s

    By Stephen K. Peeples

    Battle Of Wettysburg To Mark 4th Annual Water Balloon Fight In Valencia

    The Battle of Wettysburg is set to begin at noon, July 4 at Valencia Valley Park, with more than 110 people and 15,000 water balloons expected to enter the fray.

    Fire Department Hosts Drown Without A Sound Water Safety Event

    The Los Angeles County Fire Department is hosting a day celebrating water safety with teaching opportunities at Fire Station 126 in Santa Clarita

    SCV Youth Project Hosts Inaugural Golf Classic At TPC Valencia

    The SCV Youth Project welcomed 125 golfers to the Tournament Players Club in Valencia on Thursday for their inaugural Golf Classic fundraiser. RE/MAX and the Southland Regionl Association of Realtors sponsored the event.

    SunPower By Green Convergence Helps Out Aspiring Eagle Scout

    SunPower by Green Convergence is proud to report their ongoing community project with aspiring Eagle Scout Thomas Hart, who with the help of Green Convergence will both strengthen his community church, Real Life Church, and accomplish his Eagle Scout submission.

    Written by Zane Foley

    Thomas (Tommy) Hart wanted to strengthen his community in an efficient and environmentally friendly way, that in the long run could help save lives.

    Touch-A-Truck Returns To Central Park For Second Summer

    The SCV Senior Center will host their second annual Touch-A-Truck fundraiser at Central Park on June 14. Children and adults alike will be able to interact with a number of fire trucks, patrol cars, construction vehicles and others.

    Appeals Court Rules Against Palmdale In Voting Rights Act Case

    A three-judge appellate court panel ruled in favor of the plaintiffs who claimed Palmdale is in violation of the California Voting Rights Act with its at-large City Council election

    Castaic Postal Service Distribution Center To Expand Passport Office

    The Postal Service Processing and Distribution Center in Castaic will open a new Passport Office on Saturday, with additional staff, extended hours, as a convenient one-stop shop to apply for a passport.

    Santa Clarita Halts AT&T Cellphone Tower Near Water Tower In Valencia

    Santa Clarita City Council voted 4-1 to hold off on a cellphone tower, to prepare a denial of the tower and to see if there was a way to alleviate residents' concerns about a tower in the area. The move followed a more than three-hour discussion about the location, whether the service provider misled with its application and whether fake eucalyptus trees are ugly. As a result of the vote, Santa Clarita city staffers were directed to see if there was a way to alleviate Northbridge residents’ concerns about the tower, and also to draft a resolution of denial so it could be voted on if the City Council wishes to reject AT&T’s plan.