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A longtime Santa Clarita Valley nonprofit providing equestrian therapy classes to disabled and special needs children began construction on the creation of a long-awaited covered arena, officials said Wednesday. Don't miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. The project, which has been in the works since 2005, will allow Carousel Ranch to offer more...

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    Carousel Ranch Begins Construction On Long-Awaited Covered Arena

    A longtime Santa Clarita Valley nonprofit providing equestrian therapy classes to disabled and special needs children began construction on the creation of a long-awaited covered arena, officials said Wednesday.


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    Things To Do In Santa Clarita – April 16, 2014

    Looking for fun things to do in Santa Clarita? Check out these Santa Clarita events: Easter Celebrations at Santa Clarita Churches, City of Santa Clarita Splash & Dash Egg Hunt and Eggstravaganza, Hypnosis With Abi, COC Job & Career Fair and KHTS Virtual Job Fair,  and much more.




    Santa Clarita Churches “Easter Celebrations”
    City Of Santa Clarita “Splash & Dash Egg Hunt”
    City Of Santa Clarita “Eggstravaganza”
    Canyon Theatre Guild “Damn Yankees” & “Clarissa’s Closet”
    Hypnosis With Abi “The Mental Bank”
    College Of The Canyons “Job & Career Fair” And KHTS “Virtual Job Fair”
    And More…And Upcoming…

    Free Santa Clarita Parents Group For IEP, 504 Plan Students

    A Santa Clarita Valley mother and education advocate is looking to unite parents seeking help with their children’s educational plan with an online community, she said in an interview with KHTS AM-1220.Hadassah Lynn Foster, of Newhall, started a group on meetup.com called “The SCV IEP & 504 Plan Improvement Project: Making It Work!” The first meeting is April 29. “I think there is a national groundswell, I think it’s just starting, to really push to help parents to develop communities around these topics,” said Foster. Foster, a Newhall resident, has experience as a parent with IEPs, or Individualized Educational Program, through Santa Clarita Valley school districts, and through her business, H and H Associates, which helps parents address concerns about their student’s education.

    Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society Offering Tours of Private Gardens

    The Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society is offering tours of two private rose gardens at the homes of members, Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society officials announced Wednesday.

    These private gardens will be open to the public on May 4 only, and Santa Clarita residents can bring friends and family for free admission and light refreshments, event officials said.

    Wendy Hassenpflug Of Vayu Yoga Hosts New Show 'Vibrant Living'

    The newest talk show on the KHTS airwaves seeks to help listeners live life fully and vibrantly. Wendy Hassenpflug of Vayu Yoga hosts "Vibrant Living" on the second and third Tuesday of the month. Her inaugural show was on April 8.

    Arson Suspect In Castaic House Fire Due Back In Court

    A Castaic woman accused of setting her own home ablaze on New Year’s Day was in court to have a preliminary hearing scheduled, according to an official with the District Attorney’s Office.


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    April 7-13 Crime Reports Released for Newhall, Saugus, Stevenson Ranch

    The crime reports are in for April 7 through April 13 in Newhall, Saugus and Stevenson Ranch. Know what's happening in your community.

    Santa Clarita Concerts In The Park Is Gearing Up For A Great Summer

    In just a few months, it will be time again for Santa Clarita's annual Concerts in the Park, at Central Park. Running July 12 through Aug. 30, the concerts will feature local talent and nationally known bands. Check out the full lineup.

    UPDATE: Molestation Charge Dropped Against Legacy Teacher Carl Astrera

    Officials with the District Attorney’s Office dropped a child molestation-annoyance charge against a Legacy Christian Academy teacher Wednesday. Carl Astrera, 35, of Panorama City, was in court for a preliminary arraignment, where he was expected to file his plea to the charge, when Laura Knight Jackson, deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County moved to dismiss the charge. Astrera was arrested around noon Feb. 28 at the private Christian school on the 27600 Block of Dickason Drive in Valencia.

    Santa Clarita Sports: The Master's College Baseball Wins 5 Straight

    The Master’s College baseball team beat Bethesda, 9-3, and won its fifth game in a row.

    The Mustangs, ranked No. 12 in the NAIA, scored three runs in the first inning and built a 7-1 lead in the third inning. Bethesda is ranked No. 17 in the NAIA.


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