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Dozens Of COC Nursing Graduates Celebrated In Drive-By Ceremony

Sixty College of the Canyons (COC) nursing graduates were celebrated in a drive-by ceremony at the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center Saturday morning.  Graduates were joined by their family and friends in their vehicles, and welcomed by COC nursing staff members as they drove through the ceremony.  Throughout the drive-by ceremony, the traditions normally held at graduation were ...

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Santa Clarita Youth Invite Law Enforcement To Conversation On Race

A collective of young people from the Santa Clarita Valley have organized a peaceful demonstration for Saturday, where they have invited both law enforcement officers and people who may disagree with the Black Lives Matter movement to have a conversation about racial issues in Santa Clarita. On Saturday morning, a group of young Santa Clarita residents, who go by the ...

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None Arrested, Injured In Thursday’s Black Lives Matter Protest In Valencia

Officials from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station confirmed Friday that no arrests had been made, and no serious injuries were reported during Thursday’s Black Lives Matter protest. PROTEST IN VALENCIA: A large group of peaceful protesters have gathered in Valencia. KHTS Reporter Michael Brown is live on scene. Posted by KHTS Radio on Thursday, June 4, 2020 Hundreds of ...

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Dr. Dianne Van Hook: ‘Celebrating The Strength And Success Of Our Students’

Benjamin Disraeli said, “There is no education like adversity.”  If that’s true, then the Class of 2020 at College of the Canyons should graduate with Ph.Ds. By Dr. Dianne Van Hook, Chancellor of College of the Canyons. As the college adjusted to the new reality brought on by COVD-19, the circumstances we found ourselves in brought a steep learning curve for ...

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SCVi Class Of 2020 Celebrated With Drive-Thru Ceremony Friday

SCVi’s Class Of 2020 Celebrated With Drive-Thru Ceremony Friday

Santa Clarita Valley International (SCVi) Charter School’s graduating class of 2020 was honored in a drive-thru ceremony at their Castaic campus Friday morning. School faculty and parent volunteers came together to make this year’s ceremony for graduating seniors a memorable one as they start the next chapter in their life of learning. Amber Raskin, CEO of iLEAD Development, said she ...

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Bars, Gyms, Sports Allowed To Reopen Next Week In California With Modifications

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Bars, gyms, schools, day camps and some sports are expected to be allowed to reopen in California with modifications starting next week as soon as June 15, officials said. California is moving into Phase 3 of the reopening of the state after allowing hair salons, barbershops and dine-in restaurants to reopen in May. Mark Ghaly, secretary of the Health and ...

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‘Suspicious Device’ Found During Valencia Protest Determined To Be Non-Explosive, Investigation Continues

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Detectives have determined the “suspicious device” that was located near the protest in Valencia Thursday was not an explosive and are continuing to investigate the incident. Robot removes suspicious device from protest Most people didn't notice the LASD robot out picking up, what at first glance, appeared to be a pipe bomb. It was in a planter where protesters in ...

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UPDATE: Over 70 Percent Of All Santa Clarita Coronavirus Cases At Pitchess Detention Center

Over 1,450 coronavirus cases have been identified among inmates at the Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic, over 70 percent of all coronavirus cases in the Santa Clarita Valley, officials said. The cases among inmates have risen to just over 73 percent of all cases in the Santa Clarita Valley, with 1,453 cases within the Pitchess Detention Center and North County ...

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Over 60,000 Cumulative Coronavirus Cases In Los Angeles County, 36 Additional Deaths

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An additional 1,445 cases of coronavirus have been identified in Los Angeles County along with 36 additional deaths, as protests continue across Southern California. Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis noted that the national unemployment rate may have fallen to only 13.3 percent nationwide, but that the impact of unemployment would be felt in Los Angeles County for months to ...

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