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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, April 23-30, 2010

Posted: May 1, 2010 10:50 p.m.
Updated: May 2, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Blacksmiths Wishbone McCreay, right, and Ryan Jones customize horseshoes for visitors on Main Street at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio on Saturday. Once a year, the famed studio — which has been the set location for countless Western movies from the silent-film era of stars like William S. Hart to modern titles such as “Maverick” — opens its doors to the public for the annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival. The event celebrates Old West traditions, music, dancing, excellent food and local film lore. Blacksmiths Wishbone McCreay, right, and Ryan Jones customize horseshoes for visitors on Main Street at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio on Saturday. Once a year, the famed studio — which has been the set location for countless Western movies from the silent-film era of stars like William S. Hart to modern titles such as “Maverick” — opens its doors to the public for the annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival. The event celebrates Old West traditions, music, dancing, excellent food and local film lore.
Blacksmiths Wishbone McCreay, right, and Ryan Jones customize horseshoes for visitors on Main Street at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio on Saturday. Once a year, the famed studio — which has been the set location for countless Western movies from the silent-film era of stars like William S. Hart to modern titles such as “Maverick” — opens its doors to the public for the annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival. The event celebrates Old West traditions, music, dancing, excellent food and local film lore.
Rigoberto Mora, of Canyon Country, gets his teeth cleaned by registered dental hygienist Donna Lombardi at the Samuel Dixon Health Center in Newhall on Wednesday afternoon. Rigoberto Mora, of Canyon Country, gets his teeth cleaned by registered dental hygienist Donna Lombardi at the Samuel Dixon Health Center in Newhall on Wednesday afternoon.
Rigoberto Mora, of Canyon Country, gets his teeth cleaned by registered dental hygienist Donna Lombardi at the Samuel Dixon Health Center in Newhall on Wednesday afternoon.
Rachel Widden, left, and Ella Stroh play in one of the 14 children's rooms at Real Life Church in Valencia. Each room is equipped with a child-safety surveillance camera. Rachel Widden, left, and Ella Stroh play in one of the 14 children's rooms at Real Life Church in Valencia. Each room is equipped with a child-safety surveillance camera.
Rachel Widden, left, and Ella Stroh play in one of the 14 children's rooms at Real Life Church in Valencia. Each room is equipped with a child-safety surveillance camera.
West Ranch High School softball player Bryanna De La Torre dives for a fly ball against Hart High School at Newhall Park on Tuesday. De La Torre is a strong defensive presence for the Wildcats in center field. West Ranch High School softball player Bryanna De La Torre dives for a fly ball against Hart High School at Newhall Park on Tuesday. De La Torre is a strong defensive presence for the Wildcats in center field.
West Ranch High School softball player Bryanna De La Torre dives for a fly ball against Hart High School at Newhall Park on Tuesday. De La Torre is a strong defensive presence for the Wildcats in center field.
Elisa Porter, of Stevenson Ranch, and her 7-month-old son Daniel pose for a family picture in the saddles of a rocking horse at the 2010 Cowboy Festival at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio in Newhall on Saturday. Elisa Porter, of Stevenson Ranch, and her 7-month-old son Daniel pose for a family picture in the saddles of a rocking horse at the 2010 Cowboy Festival at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio in Newhall on Saturday.
Elisa Porter, of Stevenson Ranch, and her 7-month-old son Daniel pose for a family picture in the saddles of a rocking horse at the 2010 Cowboy Festival at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio in Newhall on Saturday.
World-champion gun handler Joey Dillon twirls pistols for the audience at the Cowboy Festival at Melody Ranch. World-champion gun handler Joey Dillon twirls pistols for the audience at the Cowboy Festival at Melody Ranch.
World-champion gun handler Joey Dillon twirls pistols for the audience at the Cowboy Festival at Melody Ranch.
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This week's spotlight on the SCV features softball, children, clean teeth and the Cowboy Festival.

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