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    Beef Returning To School Cafeterias March 11

    Any possibly tainted meat already in the landfill, officials assure.


    Where’s the beef? Students in Santa Clarita Valley schools will be excited to hear that some of their favorite menu items, including spaghetti with meat sauce and the ever-popular hamburger, will be returning to lunchrooms on March 11.

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    Sick Of Detention Kicks Off Fundraising Season

    Fundraiser at kart raceway first in a series to raise money for autism awareness concert.


    Students in the Hart District’s Yes I Can program are getting an education on fundraising, lining up a series of events to promote autism awareness, including Friday’s benefit at MB2 in Sylmar that will feature a concert by groups Urban Assault and Vokee, who are performing for free.


    Lockheed Player Of The Week - John Otavka - February 26th, 2008

    Congratulations to Valencia High guard John Otavka, this week’s Lockheed Player of the Week.

    Otavka scored 29 points with six rebounds, three steals and three assists combined in the Vikings win over Fullerton and loss to Arroyo Valley in the quarterfinal round of the CIF Soutern Section Div. IIAA playoffs.  Otavka hit the game winning three point shot with two seconds left to defeat Fullerton.

    For his production, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250.00 to the Valencia High athletics program.

    March 15th Will Be All Things Irish

    Knights of Columbus to hold St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

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    Dodgers Poised To Say Thank You To Vero Beach

    This will be last year at club’s spring training home for nearly 60 years.

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    Valencia Man Sentenced To Five Years, $1M Fine In Securities Fraud

    Investors lost $6 million in fraudulent scheme.



    Valencia resident Keith Gilabert, 36, was sentenced to five years in federal prison Monday by U.S. District Judge Stephen Wilson for lying to investors about his fraudulent operation that resulted in approximately $6 million in losses to investors.

    Hometown Sports Report 2-27-08

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    Meza Recognized For His Outstanding Work At Center

    Newhall teen singled out for improving grades and self.


    Jose Meza was recently named “Boy of the Year” of the Newhall
    Community Center at a recent volunteer recognition dinner.

    Meza was singled our for his outstanding effort, which included improving his grades to the level of  being named to the principals Honor Roll at Valencia High
    School. He also found mentorship and support for making positive life choices from which he emerged as a role model to other youth at the center.