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In a game heard live on KHTS Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the San Francisco Giants by a final score of 2-1. Tune in tomorrow afternoon for our next Dodgers game against the San Francisco Giants! Pregame starts at 12 p.m. The broadcast will begin at 3 p.m. on AM-1220 KHTS!.           Final Score: Dodgers: 1 Giants: 2   Los Angeles Dodgers on your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS....

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Santa Clarita News

    Pinecrest Kids Get Treat from CHP

    Friday afternoon at Pinecrest Elementary school in Valencia was a special day for students who donated over 725 toys to the CHP Toy Drive. The large number is surprising given that the school itself is relatively small.

    The CHP and their mascot, CHiPper the chipmunk, arrived with sirens blaring to pick up the toys with the help of a large Caltrans truck.

    In addition to the toys, staff and faculty at Pinecrest donated money to buy five bicycles that were also donated.
    Patrolman John Lutz thanked the kids, and made them take an oath to always wear their seatbelts.

    Antonovich Reacts To Death of Jeane Kirkpatrick

    Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich released the following statement on the passing of former U.N. Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpatrick: “A visionary voice for freedom has been lost with the passing of Ambassador Jean Kirkpatrick. 
    Through her service as President Ronald Reagan’s Ambassador to the United Nations, her writings, lectures, and tenure at the American Enterprise Institute, she was a champion of freedom -- committed to defeating the evils of Communism and tyranny.”

    AT&T Champions Classic Gets Sponsorship Extension

    AT&T has agreed to extend its sponsorship with the PGA Tour for the 2008 Champions Tour AT&T Champions Classic, Brian Fitzgerald, Tournament Chairman, announced today.

    The host site for the 2008 event has not yet been finalized. The event has been played at Valencia Country Club since 2001 with the upcoming AT&T Champions Classic slated for March 12-18 at the challenging Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed course, located north of Los Angeles in the Santa Clarita Valley.

     

    Seniors Encouraged To Take survey

    The City of Santa Clarita is participating in a survey, conducted by the Los Angeles County Commission on Aging, to determine the unmet need of seniors living throughout the County of Los Angeles, ages 60 and above.

    Lennar Sells Share Of Newhall Ranch

    A Percentage of the Newhall Ranch project, targeted as the next community in the Santa Clarita Valley has been sold to a San Francisco Investment Group, MW Housing Partners.

    Newhall Ranch, is the next planned community, originally developed by Newhall Land and currently owned by Lennar, Newhall Land's parent company.

    Newhall Ranch is projected to add another 60,000 plus residents to the Santa Clarita Valley, with over 20,000 homes planned to be built, along with retail, businesses, schools and parklland.

    Kings Win 3-0

    On Wednesday night, the Kings earned a victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-0. You can hear the next Kings game, Saturday at 7:00pm, when they will take on the Detroit Red Wings on KHTS.

    Reperatory East Opens 2007 Season

    The Repertory East Playhouse will open the 2007 Season on January 19th with the courtroom drama, A Few Good Men, sponsored by Cinema 4 Productions. This Broadway hit about the trial of two Marines for complicity in the death of a fellow Marine at Guantanamo Bay sizzles on stage. 

    The Repertory East Playhouse will OPEN the 2007 Season!

     

     

    Polar Plunge Coming To Castaic Lake

    The Castaic Lake Winter Festival will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2007 from 10am to 3pm alongside of the annual Law Enforcement Polar Plunge.  This business and community expo will be held in a 160' x 60' heated tent with live music all day long, vendor booths, displays and areas for kids.
     

    VENDOR BOOTHS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!

    See The Getty Center!

    Santa Clarita is organizing a chance for residents to see the magic of the Getty Center.

    Beautiful gardens, buildings, art, and a spectacular view await you at this exciting museum in Los Angeles. Depart from city hall at 10am on Saturday, February 3rd, and return at 4:00, giving you all day to take in the sights.

    Tickets are $20, and registration ends January 29th.

    Contact the Santa Clarita Activities Center for more information.

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    New COC Building To Offer More Than Two Year Programs

    College of the canyon can’t offer bachelor degrees. It’s been a question asked of them many times, and unfortunately, as a community college, four year degrees are not in their mission.

    That doesn’t mean their hands are tied, though.

    Set to break ground in February, is the $36 million University Center, a building that will house a number of outside universities who can, and will offer both bachelors and masters degree programs.