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L.A. County Exceeds 22,000 Total COVID-19 Deaths

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Officials with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LAPDH) confirmed that the county had surpassed 22,000 total COVID-19 deaths on Saturday. An additional 1,823 COVID-19 cases were reported in Los Angeles County on Saturday, along with 98 deaths. This brings the county’s cumulative total to 1,201,866 positive cases of COVID-19 and 22,008 deaths since the onset of the ...

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City Council To Consider No-Confidence Vote For D.A. Gascón

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón Releases Flurry Of Reforms

The Santa Clarita City Council is set to consider taking a vote of no confidence for Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, as several City officials believe that his actions since being sworn “risk safety of the general public.” The council is scheduled to discuss a vote of no confidence for the new district attorney during their regular meeting ...

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Local Pediatricians Volunteer At Henry Mayo To Help Vaccinate Educators

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital has partnered with several local pediatrician volunteers to help administer the COVID-19 vaccine to educators in the Santa Clarita Valley. On Saturday, several local pediatricians volunteered at Henry Mayo’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic to help administer the vaccine to educators in the Santa Clarita Valley. “I am extremely impressed with how well-organized everything is and I love ...

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Newhall School District Announces New ‘Junior Kindergarten’ Program

Officials with the Newhall School District (NSD) have announced a new hybrid program offering Santa Clarita students aged between TK and Kindergarten the opportunity to learn in a classroom setting. “Junior Kindergarten” is set to offer students who turn five years old between July 1 and Sept. 1, 2021 the opportunity to enroll in school and enjoy the benefits that ...

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Dr. Abner Chou Named Interim TMUS President

Officials with The Master’s University & Seminary (TMUS) announced Friday that Dr. Abner Chou has been appointed to serve as interim president after Dr. Sam Horn resigned from the position a week prior. On Friday, the TMUS Board of Directors announced the selection of Chou, who currently teaches at The Master’s University (TMU) as the John F. MacArthur Endowed Fellow, ...

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KHTS Previews New High-Tech SCV Sheriff’s Station

Construction is well underway on the new Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station in Canyon Country, with officials excited to move into the “state-of-the-art” facility after occupying their old space for nearly half a century. Despite being months away from completion, a significant amount of progress has been made on the new Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, located just south of ...

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Six Flags Could Re-Open In April Under New State COVID-19 Guidelines

Six Flags Magic Mountain would be able to re-open as early as April 1 under new coronavirus guidelines set by the state, with Los Angeles County health officials set to consider aligning changes with the state. On Friday afternoon, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that California theme parks would be able to re-open at 15 percent capacity as early as April ...

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City Unveils New Name For Valencia Ice Station

Officials with the City of Santa Clarita revealed that the name of the former Valencia Ice Station has been changed to “The Cube.” City officials announced the name change on social media Friday. “We wanted a name that would be catchy and also appropriate to cover the wide range of uses The Cube will play host to,” Santa Clarita Mayor ...

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Officials Urge Community Vigilance As Thieves Ransack School Campus Rooftops

Officials have reported several instances of theft at campuses in the William S. Hart Union High School District, with individuals using ladders to access rooftops to steal “anything that can be recycled.” Over the past few months, several rooftops on Hart District campuses have reportedly been both burglarized and vandalized. “It is a constant trying to maintain schools, but when ...

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