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Santa Clarita’s Five-Star Chiropractor Has a Natural Solution to Treat Shoulder Pain By Dr. Thomas Polucki Suffering from shoulder pain? You have company. Shoulder pain is common among our population. But for some shoulder pain sufferers, a new, natural option may provide relief without drugs or surgery. Nearly half of Americans experience shoulder pain each year, and half of those sufferers are...

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Santa Clarita News

    McKeon Concerned About Alternative Minimum Tax

    Congressman hopes to have tax issue solution in place to avoid chaos in April.


    Congressman Buck McKeon flew home over the weekend and found time to talk with reporters about the issues he and his fellow members of Congress are grappling with before the year ends in a couple of weeks.

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    Pep Rally Honors Saugus Girls' Cross Country Team

    Victory ride on KHTS fire truck caps off celebration.

    High school sports in Santa Clarita are certainly a big deal for students, teachers and parents and Saugus High is no exception. Their girl’s cross-country team came away with the CIF Division 1 State Championship victory for the second consecutive year and was ranked second in the United States in a recent competition.

    Central Bark Opens In Santa Clarita

    Dogs allowed to run free in back portion of Central Park.

    The city unleashed a treat for thousands of four-legged canine residents Friday by opening Central Bark, a new fenced area of Central Park on Bouquet Canyon Road where dogs can play and run free.

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    Holiday Shoppers Protected By Posse

    Deputies on horseback patrol the mall.


    Probation Camps Get Christmas Cheer

    Youth group assembles Christmas stockings for teens in youth probation camp

    Local Family Wins Paint Giveaway

    The DeLong family, who has battled cancer twice now, was chosen as the 3rd Annual A.Allbright Paint Giveaway


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    Lockheed Player of the Week - B.R. Holbrook

    Congratulations to Hart senior quarterback B.R. Holbrook, the final
    Lockheed Player of the Week of 2007.  Holbrook passed for 290 yards and
    two touchdowns, while battling through bruised ribs, in the Indians 42-28
    loss to St. Bonaventure in the CIF-SS Northern Division Championship.

    It's Shopping Day At Sheriff's Toy Store

    Toys collected during annual drive line the shelves in unique giveaway program.


    The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station's Annual Toy Drive enters the fun-filled stage this weekend.  Santa Claus will join Sheriff's Department representatives and volunteer elves, as the doors open to the 2007 "Toy Store", where toys and other gifts will be distributed to less fortunate families from throughout the Santa Clarita Valley.