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The Disturbing Increase In Cheerleading Sexual Abuse Scandals

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You may be surprised to learn competitive cheerleading is one of the fastest-growing sports in the country. Millions of children and young adults participate at schools and universities in every state. Unfortunately, there’s a dark side to this growth. In the last year alone, allegations of child sexual abuse surfaced in competitive cheerleading programs in Florida, New Jersey and California. ...

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Disney’s Classic Love Story The Little Mermaid Returns To The Canyon Theatre Guild

The Canyon Theatre Guild is putting on a beloved Disney Classic beginning Saturday in Newhall.  Disney’s The Little Mermaid opens with the Santa Clarita Regional Theater at the Performing Arts Center at COC beginning Saturday, July 20th.  “This iconic story is so wonderful because it speaks to people of all ages. It is fun, funny and has fabulous music, terrific ...

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The Sierra Hillbillies Invites The Community To Square Dance

The Sierra Hillbillies are set to host another square dancing event in Valencia next month.  The Sierra Hillbillies Square and Round Dance club invites you to a “Back to the Beach” themed square dance.  Rick Gittelman is set to be the “Beach Boy Caller” on Sunday, August 4th from 2-4:30 pm and is set to be calling SSD and Plus ...

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Top Mistakes To Avoid When Filing For Workers’ Compensation

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Filing for workers’ compensation can be a daunting and intricate process. Workers’ compensation is designed to provide financial and medical benefits to employees who suffer work-related injuries or illnesses.  However, the process of claiming these benefits is not always straightforward, and making mistakes can jeopardize your chances of receiving the support you need. Many workers, unaware of the complexities involved, ...

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Summertime Is The Right Time To Adopt A New Pet

Did you know that the summer season is the busiest intake time for Animal Care Centers? It’s also the best time to add a new furry friend to your family! Join the City of Santa Clarita, in collaboration with the Castaic Animal Care Center, for our Pet Adoption Day on Saturday, July 27, at the Valencia Heritage Park (24155 Newhall ...

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Excessive Heat Warning Issued For Santa Clarita Valley

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The Los Angeles County Health Officer has issued an excessive heat warning as high temperatures have been forecast for the following areas: Antelope Valley: Friday July 19, 2024, through Wednesday July 24, 2024 Western Antelope Valley: Friday July 19, 2024, through Wednesday July 24, 2024 Eastern Antelope Valley: Friday July 19, 2024, through Wednesday July 24, 2024 East San Gabriel ...

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Predicting Trends And Developments In Online Dating

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Online dating has come a long way since its early days in the 2000s. Back then, it was all about basic profiles and simple text messages. Fast forward to now, and it’s a whole different scene. Swiping left or right has become second nature. Plus, societal changes have made online dating more inclusive and diverse. We’re talking about features catering ...

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How To Prepare Your Car For Long-Distance Moving

Relocating isn’t just about boxes and furniture; it involves your trusty automobile as well. Preparing your car for a long trek is crucial, much like a careful packer would wrap each dish with precision. Ensuring its readiness can make the difference between a smooth journey and an untimely detour. When it comes to moving your car across great distances, cutting ...

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Providence Earns National Award For Spanish-Speaking Pilot Program

In recent years, Providence has molded a promise—know me, care for me, ease my way—from ­­­its centuries-old mission of outreach to those most in need. To that end, the health organization began engaging employees to seek innovative ways to improve patients’ experiences and better address health equity. The effort paid off recently when Project Esperanza, Spanish for “hope,” was initiated ...

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