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Santa Clarita News

    Job Shadow Day Puts Kids In The Drivers Seat

    ImageToday, hundreds of High School students put their education on hold for half the day, to go to work with local businesses. It was all a part of the Groundhog Job Shadow Day, organized by the School and Business Alliance of Santa Clarita.

    KHTS had four shadows: Saugus students Kayla Simon, Sam Rosas, Jamie Kucharski and Bowman student Nichole Goltz.

    Hiding In Plain Sight

    With their huge head and small body, they look a bit like a bobble-head doll. Their heads even move like a bobble-head, shimmying back and forth. It brings a smile to my face, but even so, I recognize these Hooded Merganser ducks are involved in some serious courtship behavior.

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    LA Galaxy To Play In Santa Clarita

    ImageThe Michael Hoefflin Foundation has teamed up with the Los Angeles Galaxy and Columbus Crew to present a professional match on Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 5:00pm.  The game will be played at Cougar Stadium at College of the Canyons (COC), located at 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road.  All proceeds from the game will benefit the Michael Hoefflin Foundation.

    Kings Lose in Overtime 3-2

    Kings fall to the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 in an overtime thriller!  Catch the next exciting Kings game on Saturday, when the Kings face the Florida Panthers.  Coverage begins at 4:00pm on Your Hometown Station AM 1220.

    Deputies Nab Citibank Robber

    The man who Sheriff’s Deputies believe robbed the Citibank on Lyons Avenue on December 4th is in custody today, thanks to his prompt reporting to his probation officer.

     

    Barbershop Quartet Competition Coming To SCV

    On February 26th, at the Santa Clarita United Methodist Church, harmony will be the rule of the evening. The 8th annual High School Barbershop Quartet Contest will take over the night, and if history is any indicator, it should deliver the kind of entertainment value you very rarely get to see.

    Barbershop singing is complicated enough to begin with. Difficult harmonies and incredible timing make the show a real treat to the senses, and when you throw a competition into the mix, well, you’ve got a show.

    Local Mardi Gras Party Approaching

    On Friday, Feb. 9, from 6 p.m.-10 p.m at the Valencia Country Club, guests will enjoy an authentic Cajun feast, casino tables, live jazz and dancing at a New Orleans-style event and fundraiser for the Foundation for Children's Dental Health. 

    Mardi Gras-style décor, including beads and masks, will be available at the ball.

    Woman Dies In Apartment Fire

    Wednesday night, a fire broke out at the Terrace Apartments, leaving one woman dead.

    According to Stephanie English of the Los Angeles County Fire Department, the blaze began in the garage, and most of the significant damage was there. That is where the body of the woman was found.

    Sheriff’s and Fire Department officials are investigating the cause of the fire.

    Five engine companies were on scene, bringing with them over thirty firefighters. While they knocked down the fire quickly, it was not in enough time to prevent the fatality.

    Local Girl Wins Boxing World Championship

    The City of Santa Clarita is proud to welcome home International Boxing Champion Marlene Castro, who competed in the Zeta Enterprise Boxing Tournament  in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Sunday, January 13, 2007.

     “It is an honor to have someone from our City internationally represent the Santa Clarita Community Center in the sport of Boxing,” commented Mayor Marsha McLean.  “It is a tremendous achievement to be named an international champion and we commend Marlene on her win,” she added.

    Graffiti - The Tipping Point In Santa Clarita

    KHTS Editorial:

    Let me share a story with you. Seven years ago, Malcolm Gladwell released a groundbreaking book called, The Tipping Point. His theory, when conditions in our culture hit a “critical mass” the scales dramatically tip in that direction.

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