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Santa Clarita Remembers Las Vegas Shooting Tragedy Five Years Later 

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Saturday marks the five-year anniversary of the Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival, the deadliest mass shooting in the history of the United States. Included among the victims of the Las Vegas shooting that occurred on Oct. 1 2017 were at least 12 current or former residents of Santa Clarita. At least 11 Santa Clarita victims ...

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16 Hart District Teachers Honored With ‘Teacher Of The Year’ Recognition

Recently, the William S. Hart Union High School District Governing Board honored Hart District educators  with a “Teacher of the Year” recognition for excellence in education.  On Wednesday, the Hart District Governing Board awarded 16 District school teachers the 2022-23 title of “Teacher of the Year”  due to their efforts in educating Santa Clarita Valley students.  “The Hart District was ...

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Governor Newsom Signs AB 2098 Into Law, Most Totalitarian Move Yet

Assembly Bill 2098, (AB 2098) was signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom this week which now makes it a crime for doctors to express any information to patients that is anti-vaccine or COVID-19.  AB 2098 designates the dissemination of misinformation or disinformation related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, or COVID-19, as unprofessional conduct, according to the bill text.  The bill ...

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Veteran Career Fair To Be Hosted In Santa Clarita For Local Veterans

A career fair catered towards veterans is set to be hosted by the Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative, (SCVSC) to provide job resources to local veterans and their families.  The event by the SCVSC and with Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions is set to be open to all Santa Clarita veterans and their families with approximately 50 companies present and hoping to ...

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West Ranch Remains Perfect Narrowly Avoiding Upset At Hands Of Hart

West Ranch improves to (7-0) despite scare from Hart in 20-14 victory Friday night. Entering Friday night’s Foothill League showdown, West Ranch had everything going its way. After multiple blowout victories to begin their season, the team perhaps reached its high point last week with a 43-6 win over defending champion Saugus. With a matchup against Hart who entered the ...

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Man And Women Arrested Outside SCV Sheriff’s Station For Possession Of Drugs

A man and woman were arrested just outside the SCV Sheriff’s Station where deputies found several containers of drugs, including fentanyl.  On Monday, deputies entering Golden Valley Road near Robert C. Lee Parkway in Canyon Country immediately observed a vehicle with expired registration and a reported stolen license plate, said Deputy Natalie Arriaga, spokesperson with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s ...

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Santa Clarita Valley Human Trafficking Prevention Summit Held At COC

The annual SCV Human Trafficking Prevention Summit was held at COC Friday, including professional speakers and survival stories. On Friday, the summit held at Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center on the college’s Valencia campus aimed to bring awareness of human trafficking – which has become a growing concern with the rise of social media. “Signs of online trafficking ...

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Santa Clarita Valley Chamber Of Commerce Opens Nominations For ‘Salute To Patriots’ Event In November

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The SCV Chamber encourages residents to submit “Salute to Patriots” nominations to honor those that have served the country and the Santa Clarita Business community. On Wednesday, the SCV Chamber Of Commerce announced the opening of nominations for its annual “Salute To Patriots” event in an effort to recognize Veterans who have served the United States and made an impact ...

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COC EMT Program Celebrates 50 Years Of Service

College of the Canyons celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program Thursday, honoring the second oldest program of its kind in Los Angeles County. Since 1972, COC’s EMT program has trained more than 5,000 EMT students, with many going on to launch successful careers in firefighting, law enforcement, nursing, and other related fields. When the program ...

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