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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Nov. 27 - Dec. 3, 2009: This week through our eyes

Posted: December 3, 2009 8:46 p.m.
Updated: December 4, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Gabriel Hernandez, an employee of Associated Group in Santa Ana, wraps a tree on Main Street in downtown Newhall with lights Monday in preparation for the upcoming holiday season. Fifty-four trees were adorned with 131 strands of enery-efficient LED lights for the month of December. Gabriel Hernandez, an employee of Associated Group in Santa Ana, wraps a tree on Main Street in downtown Newhall with lights Monday in preparation for the upcoming holiday season. Fifty-four trees were adorned with 131 strands of enery-efficient LED lights for the month of December.
Gabriel Hernandez, an employee of Associated Group in Santa Ana, wraps a tree on Main Street in downtown Newhall with lights Monday in preparation for the upcoming holiday season. Fifty-four trees were adorned with 131 strands of enery-efficient LED lights for the month of December.
Jordan Melville, 16, of Canyon Country, plays basketball with his friends at the new courts which opened Wednesday after the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex. The city also opened Canine Country, a dog park, for community members and their pets. Jordan Melville, 16, of Canyon Country, plays basketball with his friends at the new courts which opened Wednesday after the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex. The city also opened Canine Country, a dog park, for community members and their pets.
Jordan Melville, 16, of Canyon Country, plays basketball with his friends at the new courts which opened Wednesday after the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex. The city also opened Canine Country, a dog park, for community members and their pets.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Shaffer demonstrates the all-electric MINI E test vehicle at the SCV Sheriff’s Station on Wednesday. MINI Cooper is leasing 17 electric cars to about 12 Los Angeles County sheriff’s stations in order to help cut back on harmful emissions. Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Shaffer demonstrates the all-electric MINI E test vehicle at the SCV Sheriff’s Station on Wednesday. MINI Cooper is leasing 17 electric cars to about 12 Los Angeles County sheriff’s stations in order to help cut back on harmful emissions.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Shaffer demonstrates the all-electric MINI E test vehicle at the SCV Sheriff’s Station on Wednesday. MINI Cooper is leasing 17 electric cars to about 12 Los Angeles County sheriff’s stations in order to help cut back on harmful emissions.
Molly waits as her photos with Santa are displayed on the computer screen behind her at the Pet Assistance League’s Santa pet photo fundraiser at Pet Supply in Saugus on Saturday. The event has been taking place for nearly 20 years and typically raises around $800 to $1,000 for the foundation each year. All proceeds go toward the assistance league, which helps people who can’t afford to spay or neuter their pets. Molly waits as her photos with Santa are displayed on the computer screen behind her at the Pet Assistance League’s Santa pet photo fundraiser at Pet Supply in Saugus on Saturday. The event has been taking place for nearly 20 years and typically raises around $800 to $1,000 for the foundation each year. All proceeds go toward the assistance league, which helps people who can’t afford to spay or neuter their pets.
Molly waits as her photos with Santa are displayed on the computer screen behind her at the Pet Assistance League’s Santa pet photo fundraiser at Pet Supply in Saugus on Saturday. The event has been taking place for nearly 20 years and typically raises around $800 to $1,000 for the foundation each year. All proceeds go toward the assistance league, which helps people who can’t afford to spay or neuter their pets.
Andrew Yi, City Traffic Engineer, background, and Cesar Romo, Signal Operations Supervisor, observe street intersections inside the traffic control room at City Hall on Monday. Cameras at about 170 intersections around the city of Santa Clarita help the duo diagnose and repair problems from the office. Andrew Yi, City Traffic Engineer, background, and Cesar Romo, Signal Operations Supervisor, observe street intersections inside the traffic control room at City Hall on Monday. Cameras at about 170 intersections around the city of Santa Clarita help the duo diagnose and repair problems from the office.
Andrew Yi, City Traffic Engineer, background, and Cesar Romo, Signal Operations Supervisor, observe street intersections inside the traffic control room at City Hall on Monday. Cameras at about 170 intersections around the city of Santa Clarita help the duo diagnose and repair problems from the office.
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Here's The Signal's Photo Spotlight for the week of Nov. 27 - Dec 3, 2009 featuring photos taken in the Santa Clarita Valley by Signal staff photographers.

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