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Santa Clarita News

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    City Of Santa Clarita Begins Canyon Country Road Improvements

    The city of Santa Clarita began road improvements in Canyon Country neighborhoods on Monday as part of the Annual Overlay and Slurry Seal Project.

    Boys & Girls Club Of SCV's Jim Ventress Honored By Santa Clarita For Service

    It was an emotional evening on Friday, June 27, as Jim Ventress, the retiring chief professional officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley, received honors and tributes in recognition of his 29 years with the club in the SCV.

    Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club Participates In 24 Hour Field Day Event

    Santa Clarita amateur radio buffs had the chance to test their skills and share their radio knowledge from Saturday to Sunday at the Castaic Lake Water Agency by Central Park.

    Hart Grad And Current NFL Player Hosts Football Camp At Hart High

    Delano Howell, a Hart graduate and current Indianapolis Colt, hosted a speed and agility camp for children ages 10 to 18 at Hart High School Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

    State Tax Officials: Lower Gas Tax Not Likely To Improve Gas Price

    The state’s Board of Equalization announced a July 1 drop in the excise tax on gas, but that does not guarantee gasoline prices will be lowered.


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    McKeon Honors Santa Clarita Students Headed To Military Academies

    Congressman Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, hosted a luncheon recently at College of the Canyons for 10 high school students from the 25th Congressional District appointed to U.S. military service academies and preparatory schools. Each year, members of Congress submit nominations of students from their districts for admissions to one of the four service academies - the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., and the Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y. There were 10 students from the 25th Congressional District who have been offered appointments to the four U.S. Service Academies.

    Santa Clarita To Put Metro Billboard Deal On November Ballot

    Santa Clarita city council members voted 3-1 to put their controversial billboard deal with Metro and Allvision on the November ballot Tuesday. The options in front of City Council were the result of a referendum drive by Santa Clarita residents, who, funded by a billboard-lobbying group, set out to fight the deal in May.

    City Announces T-Shirt Contest For 20th Annual River Rally

    Students in kindergarten through sixth grade are encouraged to submit artwork for a chance to win the River Rally T-shirt Contest. The winner will have their design on the event volunteer t-shirts in honor of the upcoming "20th Annual River Rally."

    Santa Clarita Sheriff's Officials Win Charity BBQ Competition

    The Santa Clarita Sheriff's Department won first and second place in two categories at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department annual Summer Showdown BBQ Competition. All the proceeds were donated to the "999 for kids" charity.

    Key Senate Committee Passes CSU Antelope Valley Bill

    The Senate Education Committee passed Assembly Bill 736 allowing a feasibility study to be performed which could pave the way for a California State University campus in Antelope Valley.