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Newhall Outage Closes Hart High, 2,310 Left Without Power

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A power outage in Newhall affected 2,310 people and forced Hart High School to close for the day, according to Southern California Edison’s website and school officials. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. The outage began at 10:40 a.m. Thursday, and most residents are expected to have their power restored by 4 p.m., ...

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Santa Clarita Teen Gets Special Surprise At Football Game

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Hart High School’s football players and coaching staff came together to make one boy’s dreams come true in Wednesday night’s game. A local Hart freshman football player named Tyler Heid, 14,  played in last night’s game against Canyon High School.  Tyler was a part of the team, but hadn’t yet played in a game. Tyler was diagnosed with autism when ...

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Santa Clarita Deputies Investigating Indecent Exposure Reports Near School

Santa Clarita Deputies Investigating Indecent Exposure Reports Near School

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies Wednesday are investigating two reports of indecent exposure near Newhall Elementary. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. At approximately 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, two parents reported a man exposing himself from a red car on 13th Street in Newhall, according to information reported to officials. “The ...

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Student Artists Display Work At Hart High School Art Show

Student Artists Display Work At Hart High School Art Show

Hart High School students displayed their work at the school’s annual art show this week, culminating up to a year of work in art classes. The gallery, which was organized by Hart High art teacher Mary Ann Fragodt, featured a variety of student artwork selected by teachers from both the beginning and advanced two-dimensional art classes at the school. Don’t ...

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