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    KHTS EXCLUSIVE: Joel Cox, Editor For Clint Eastwood

    Joel Cox is a man who lives in Santa Clarita. He gets up every morning and goes to work, and even takes in a movie from time to time.

    He’s a very nice gentleman, and by all accounts he’s perfectly normal, except of course that he has an academy award and has been Clint Eastwood’s editor for decades.

    KHTS sat down with Mr. Cox to chat about his beginnings, and his experiences with legendary actor/director/producer Clint Eastwood, including his newest film duo Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from
    Iwo Jima .

    Kings Fall To Red Wings 6-2

    In their final game of 2006, the Kings lost to the Detroit Red Wings 6-2.   You can hear the next Kings game, Wednesday night beginning at 7:00pm, when they will take on the Columbus Blue Jackets LIVE on KHTS.

    The Year To Come

    This is a continuance of yesterday’s article in which we looked backward to major events that took place in 2006.

    Now we will look to 2007.

    Community Invited to ?Sweetheart Gala? on Valentine?s Day

    The Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Health Foundation is inviting the community to its first annual Have a Heart “Sweetheart Gala” on February 14 at the Hyatt Valencia.

    “It will be a red carpet affair and we will also have surprise entertainment,” hinted Shelley Hann, co-chair of the gala along with her husband G. Marshall Hann. “On Valentine’s Day, it’s a little more difficult to get into our community’s very busy and wonderful restaurants. This event will assure community members a romantic, first-class evening to remember.”

    Freeway Lane Closures For Next Week

    Here's the latest update from Cal-Trans.
    Sylmar/North San Fernando Valley – The California Department of
    Transportation (Caltrans) will close the following lanes of the Golden
    State Freeway (I-5), as part of a $41.6-million project to construct High Occupancy Vehicle, (HOV), or
    carpool lanes, on northbound and southbound I-5 from State Route 118 to
    State Route 14:


    ·    5 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Up to two lanes of northbound I-5 from State Route
    210 to State Route 14

    The Year In Retrospect

    With 2006 leaving Santa Clarita behind, it seems clear that the year was at the very least, a full one. In fact, looking back at last year may only bring more questions about what will happen in 2007.  

    I find it to be fitting though. Our city grows every single day and luckily for us, the city staff and residents alike have taken up the fight in preparing for the future of Santa Clarita. There have been rallies, parades, campaigns stubborn protests. It has been an emotional mix of voices this year, and most issues have yet to be settled.

    An Elegant Evening Of Jazz

    The 2007 Smooth Jazz Concert series will take over the College of the Canyon’s Performing Arts Center on February 24th. The night will feature Peter White, Eloise Laws and local band SpareTime.

    Tickets will be on sale soon, so mark your calendars!


    Kings Lose 6-4

    Friday night the Flames beat the Kings 6-4. Tune in to KHTS Sunday at 3:30 when the Kings will face off against the Red Wings.

    (Part 2) Our City Seal: What Does It Mean To You?

    A continuance, of my interpretation of the seal of the City of Santa Clarita.

    Why Do Leaves Turn Red?

    It all starts with sugar.