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    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station Deputies Keeping Close Eye On Parolees

    The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s Crime Prevention Unit is keeping a close eye on parolees in its patrol area, said station officials, who released new numbers Thursday.

    “Our primary responsibility as law enforcement is to keep the community safe,” said Sheriff’s Station Deputy Josh Dubin.

    Is Lasting Shoulder Pain Relief Possible Without Drugs Or Surgery?

    Your shoulder pain is trying to tell you to do something about it. Learn how to how to listen, stay calm and get strategic in your recovery.

    By Dr. Thomas Polucki

    When you have shoulder pain, you will do just about anything to find some relief. But when the anti-inflammatory drugs wear off and you are not impressed with surgery statistics, you may be ready to rethink your approach towards lasting shoulder pain relief.

    "Fit For The Future" City Council Luncheon At Hyatt Valencia

    The city of Santa Clarita's annual State of the City luncheon is Oct. 16 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hyatt Valencia.

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    This event gives people the opportunity to learn more about how the third largest City in Los Angeles County is succeeding and planning for the future, according to a city news release.

    Canyon Country Community Center Offers Fall Programs

    Canyon Country Community Center officials announced their fall schedule of free and low- cost programs and open registration offered to all Santa Clarita residents.

    College Of The Canyons Expanding Fall Schedule

    College of the Canyons’ course offerings are expanding with late-start classes on the fall schedule in order to meet an increasing demand for college access, officials said Thursday.

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    College Of The Canyons Celebrates National Hispanic Month

    College of the Canyons officials announced the Orchestra De Baja California will be performing at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center in honor of National Hispanic month taking place Sept., 20 at 8 p.m.

    BalaCore Owner Invents Equipment, Opens Gym In Santa Clarita

    During her years as a personal trainer, BalaCore Valencia owner Ellen Como grew frustrated with the options available for her clients. Equipment had to be modified in order to be long enough for the core workouts Como wanted to teach.

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    Free Ice Cream Scoops For Safety Given By Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials will be issuing free ice cream coupons to youth wearing safety gear while riding skate board, bicycles and scooters for the month of September.

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    Court OKs Cumulative Voting For Santa Clarita Elections

    A Los Angeles Superior Court judge upheld cumulative voting as a remedy for a lawsuit against Santa Clarita claiming the city violated the California Voting Rights Act, officials said Monday. The suit claimed the city was in violation of the CVRA with its at-large elections that disenfranchised minority voters. After a settlement conference, the city and Shenkman & Hughes, the firm representing the plaintiffs, eventually came to terms.

    Migraine Relief, Chiropractic Lifestyle Choices To Stay Headache Free

    Migraine Relief, When the Magic Pill Just Won’t Work, Try No-Twist-No-Crack Chiropractic.

    By Dr. Thomas Polucki 

    Migraine relief is why I became a chiropractor, I have enjoyed a headache and drug free lifestyle for the past thirty years. Prior to a no-twisting, no-cracking adjustment to my upper neck when I was 16, I had a migraine, at least once a week, even with prescription medications, my entire life.