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MLB’s Hunter Greene Visits Home Turf In Santa Clarita

Major League baseball pitcher Hunter Greene made a visit to his home turf in Santa Clarita to sign autographs and give out free spikes. On Saturday morning at 9 a.m., Greene joined Hart Baseball and Softball at the William S. Hart Pony Baseball and Softball Field to take photos, sign autographs and hand out free spikes and molded cleats to ...

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Santa Clarita Heritage Junction Changes Its Inherited Name To Santa Clarita History Center

Santa Clarita’s Heritage Junction Park was recently renamed and given a new logo to modernize itself.  On Friday, Santa Clarita Heritage Junction Park, named in 1989, was officially dubbed the “Santa Clarita History Center” and given a new logo featuring different colors and images.  “We’re evolving into a professional museum organization with full-time staff and best practices for collections care,” ...

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USC Researcher Seeking Input From SoCal, Santa Clarita Veterans

Veterans Day Ceremony at Veterans Historical Plaza

Ed. Note: The following information was provided to KHTS by a press release posted on SCV News. A researcher from the University of Southern California is seeking input from Southern California veterans, including Santa Clarita veterans, for a study. Sara Kintzle, a research associate professor at the USC Dworak-Peck School of Social Work, is looking for Santa Clarita veterans and ...

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Saugus Man Sentenced To 23 Years For Sexual Crimes Against Children

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A Saugus man was sentenced to over two decades behind bars for sexual crimes against children on Tuesday. Fred Recalde, 63, of Saugus, was sentenced to state prison on Tuesday on three counts of sexual crimes against children, according to Los Angeles County Court documents. Initially arrested in November 2018, Recalde was found guilty on three of five counts of ...

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Pirates Of Penzance Operetta To Be Performed In Santa Clarita 

The Pirates of Penzance operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan is set to be performed in Santa Clarita next month. Landmark Opera presents the Pirates of Penzance on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. at Santa Clarita United Methodist Church on 26640 Bouquet Canyon Road in Santa Clarita. “’The Pirates of Penzance’ is Gilbert and Sullivan’s most beloved operetta,” said Joshua ...

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Remembering Lives Lost On Holocaust Remembrance Day 

Friday marks 78 years since the liberation of the concentration camp Auschwitz in 1945, as well as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the time to honor the millions of lives lost at the hands of Nazi Germany. Jan. 27 was chosen as the day for International Holocaust Remembrance as Auschwitz was liberated by the Soviet Union in 1945 on that date. ...

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Missing Tehachapi Man Found Safe In Santa Clarita

A man who was reported missing from Santa Clarita last week has been found safe, officials reported Friday. Lance Theodore Stone, 27, was found safe and returned to his family, according to an early morning update from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD). “Thank you to the public, the media, Aero Bureau, and deputy personnel for their tireless efforts in the ...

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Valentine’s Day Celebrations At The MAIN

The Main

The MAIN is hosting a pair of special Valentine’s Day productions to celebrate the season of love next month. The MAIN, the local performing arts venue in Old Town Newhall, invites local residents to start their Valentine’s Day celebration with their productions “Calendar Girls: A Pin-Up Revue” and “Valentines Radio Show” Feb. 10-12.  A night of singing, dancing, and “surprises” ...

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