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History

    Historic Newhall Schoolhouse Left Off Santa Clarita Historic List, Razed

    A Santa Clarita official said no City Council action or Planning Commission approval was necessary to save a 101-year-old schoolhouse in Newhall

    Sheriff's Department Remembers 1925 Death Of Newhall Constable

    Newhall Constable Jack Pilcher was killed in the line of duty, 89 years ago this week. He had served as constable in Chatsworth and Calabasas before coming to Newhall. He was killed in 1925, during a shooting accident while investigating a burglary.

    Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival 2014 To Offer Activities For All Ages

    The 21st annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival is almost here. Featuring live performers, historical reenactments, western-inspired food and cowboys gifts, the festival offers fun for the whole family on April 26-27.

    SCV Education Foundation To Award Student Enrichment Grants

    The Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation will award 14 Student Enrichment Awards on Thursday, to teachers from across the valley's school districts. The grants will be used to purchase educational tools.

    Santa Clarita School Teachers Bring Mayan Civilization Back To Life

    Students at local Santa Clarita school, Sierra Vista Junior High went to five different centers to learn more about the ancient Mayan civilization.

    Santa Clarita Takes Nuanced Approach Toward Art Integration

    The city of Santa Clarita takes a more artful approach to keeping the city looking beautiful and taking away the usual eyesore of a gum, spilt soda and bird dropping trash receptacle.

    Local Author Pens Book On Canyon Country History

    Local author, Martha Sharrer Michael, recently penned a book titled “Canyon Country” as part of Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series. The book boasts more than 200 vintage images and memories of days gone by.