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Santa Clarita News

    Dodgers Win 2 - 1

    Wednesday afternoon, the Dodgers beat the Diamondbacks 2 - 1.  The boys in blue have Thursday off but will take on the Atlanta Braves on Friday. Pre-game starts at 4:00pm on your Hometown Station, AM1220 KHTS.

    Safer Water May Be On Horizon

    Santa Clara River may soon be up for grants.

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion directing the Los Angeles County Flood Control District to establish a regional water management group to prepare and adopt an integrated regional water management plan for the upper Santa Clara River Watershed, announced Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.

    Upon completion, Watershed entities may apply for grant funding under Propositions 50 and 84 and establish a framework to secure future funding for related projects. 

    Smyth Names Route 66 Small Business Of The Year

    Owner George Thomas gives back to community.

    Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, honored George Thomas, owner of Route 66 Classic Grill in Canyon Country, CA, at the Small Business Day Luncheon in Sacramento.

     

    “George Thomas embodies the character, intelligence, and work ethic that all business owners strive for,” said Smyth.  “Not only is he a successful businessman, but he is also a community leader who has used his achievement as a platform to be able to help others and give back to the community.”

     

    Mayors Prayer Breakfast Battling Controversy

    Some call into question the keynote speaker.

     

    The Mayors Prayer breakfast is not, contrary to popular belief, the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.  

     

    The city of Santa Clarita and Mayor Marsha McLean do not sponsor the event; however, the Mayor is planning on being there.  

     

    Recently, some recent online statements are calling on the Mayor not to attend the event, due to the Daily News report that keynote speaker Ralph Drollinger made insensitive comments about women legislators and Catholicism.

     

    Calling All Strawberry Lovers

    Residents Invited to Attend California Strawberry Festival.

     

    ImageThe City of Santa Clarita is inviting strawberry lovers and residents to sign up for the California Strawberry Festival Excursion on Saturday, May 19, 2007. 

    Bring your friends and family to take an exciting trip to the famous California Strawberry Festival in Oxnard.  The festival offers plenty of activities for the entire family. 

    New Fire Station Opens Doors

    Temporary station will serve duel purposes.

    Watters Edge Design Wins ADDY's

    Three advertising awards come home with Watters Edge Design.

    ImageAt the recent ADDY awards, Watters Edge Design won three ADDY awards for their work.   

     

    The ADDY awards are given to advertising professionals by the American Advertising Federation (AAF).

     

    Breakfast With Mitt Romney

     Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney comes to Santa Clarita.

    ImageOn Friday, May 4th, at 7 AM, Santa Clarita will have an opportunity to meet Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney, during a breakfast fundraiser, at the home of Ray and Jill Carlson. 

     

    Play Follows "The Exonerated"

    Hart students take on heavy subject matter.

    Starting Thursday, May 3rd, Hart High School students will star in, produce and direct “The Exonerated.”

     

    The play follows the lives of six people who are wrongly accused of crimes, and end up on death row.

     

    While they eventually get cleared, the play takes an involving look into what life is like for these people before, during and after such an event.

     

    The play will be performed at 7:00pm in Hart High’s black box theatre May 3rd, 4th and 5th.

     

    Interfaith Council Sponsors Prayer

    National Day of Prayer aims to bring SCV together.

    On Thursday, May 3, 2007, the Santa Clarita Interfaith Council will sponsor a National Day of Prayer event at 12 noon in front of City Hall (23920 Valencia, Blvd., Valencia.)   

               

    The public is invited to celebrate our community’s rich religious diversity by joining many of our faith communities sharing in their own prayer tradition. Prayers will be offered from the Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Native American and Pagan traditions.