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A Brief History Of Santa Clarita

In California, Santa Clarita has a history that goes back centuries, one which is sure to interest and entertain any Santa Clarita resident.  The Beginnings The first people who historians think settled in Santa Clarita were the Tataviam Native Americans, who settled in Santa Clarita at bout 450 AD. Not much is known about the Tataviam people, but they spoke ...

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College Of The Canyons Named Among America’s Best For Student Voting

College of the Canyons was among two of the top community colleges in California for student voting and involvement, according to Washington Monthly’s highlight of civic engagement in more than 150 institutions across the country.  The magazine highlighted institutions that show a commitment to inspiring students to vote and actively participate in community decisions. “At the Monthly, we believe that ...

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Santa Clarita Ranked 23rd Best Mid-Sized City To Work From Home During Coronavirus  

Santa Clarita was ranked the 23rd best mid-sized city to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Tuesday.  With the COVID-19 outbreak still resulting in individuals working from home, Santa Clarita is the 23rd best mid-sized city to work at home, according to AdvisorSmith.  “We analyzed 2,493 U.S. cities and considered five critical factors for working from home: ...

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Cinema Vet – September 15, 2020

Host: Tori Topic: Pet Training During a Pandemic Guest: Dr. Jamie Ronchetto Right Click Here To Download! Click Here To Listen! Santa Clarita veterinarian Dr. Jamie Ronchetto joins the Hometown Morning Show to discuss all the ways to keep pets safe during the fire season! From the Cinema Vet website: Dr. Jaimie Ronchetto grew up in the Santa Clarita Valley. ...

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15 New Santa Clarita Valley Coronavirus Cases Confirmed, 1,115 In Los Angeles County

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15 new Santa Clarita Valley coronavirus cases have been confirmed Friday, with 1,115 additional COVID-19 cases confirmed across Los Angeles County. Friday’s count brings the Santa Clarita Valley total to 5,496 and Los Angeles County total of cumulative coronavirus cases to 252,066, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. “Today, as we remember the lives lost on September ...

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Santa Clarita Bike Park Opens In Sports Complex

Santa Clarita Bike Park Opens In Sports Complex

The City Council celebrated the grand opening of the Santa Clarita bike park at the sports complex on Friday. BMX riders have been able to use the ramps and bowls at the Santa Clarita Skate Park for years, but they’ve been sharing the space with skateboarders and rollerbladers. This new park is a dirt track designed specifically for bikes, officials ...

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‘Mock Gun Battle’ Part Of Santa Clarita Filming On Thursday

A “mock gun battle” is expected to be included as part of Santa Clarita filming for a television series on Thursday. As part of television filming on Thursday, Sept. 10, a mock gun battle has been scheduled in Newhall, according to the City of Santa Clarita. Residents are advised that filming will take place throughout the day, and they may ...

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Bobcat Fire Brings Smoke Advisory To Santa Clarita

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The Bobcat Fire near Azusa has prompted a smoke advisory to the Santa Clarita Valley, as residents across Southern California wake up to a smoky haze. The South Coast Air Quality Management District has reported smoke from the Bobcat Fire burning near the San Gabriel Valley has caused unhealthy air quality in more than a dozen regions in the Southland. ...

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City Of Santa Clarita, Hart District ‘Human Relations Roundtable’ Open For Applications

The City of Santa Clarita and the William S. Hart Union High School District are now accepting applications from community members to be part of the revamped Human Relations Roundtable. The mission of this group is to encourage, assist and empower our community to eliminate all forms of racism and discrimination and to promote inclusion, understanding and appreciation of human ...

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Over 100 Acres Of Open Space To Be Acquired By City Of Santa Clarita

Over 100 acres of open space is set to be acquired by the City of Santa Clarita during the City Council meeting Tuesday, adding to the greenbelt around the Santa Clarita Valley. The three parcels of land, northeast of Santa Clarita near Spring Canyon Road next to the 14 Freeway, total about 102 acres with a purchase price of about ...

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