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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Aug. 21-27, 2010

Posted: August 26, 2010 10:42 p.m.
Updated: August 27, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Renee Dutcher, 18, of Acton, walks with a pack of wolfdogs at the Wolf Connection center in Agua Dulce on Aug. 19. The organization, started a year ago, helps youth educate and empower themselves by interacting and caring for wolves and wolfdogs. Teo Alfero’s wolf- and wolfdog-rescue organization sits on nearly 3 acres, caring for about 20 other wolves and wolfdogs. Some of the animals can eventually be adopted out, but for many, they’ll spent the rest of their years there. Renee Dutcher, 18, of Acton, walks with a pack of wolfdogs at the Wolf Connection center in Agua Dulce on Aug. 19. The organization, started a year ago, helps youth educate and empower themselves by interacting and caring for wolves and wolfdogs. Teo Alfero’s wolf- and wolfdog-rescue organization sits on nearly 3 acres, caring for about 20 other wolves and wolfdogs. Some of the animals can eventually be adopted out, but for many, they’ll spent the rest of their years there.
Renee Dutcher, 18, of Acton, walks with a pack of wolfdogs at the Wolf Connection center in Agua Dulce on Aug. 19. The organization, started a year ago, helps youth educate and empower themselves by interacting and caring for wolves and wolfdogs. Teo Alfero’s wolf- and wolfdog-rescue organization sits on nearly 3 acres, caring for about 20 other wolves and wolfdogs. Some of the animals can eventually be adopted out, but for many, they’ll spent the rest of their years there.
 Firefighters extinguish a fire on a big rig car-carrier that clipped a parked Caltrans truck and caught fire on the northbound Highway 14 at approximately 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday. The crash closed the freeway in both directions and halted traffic in 105 degree heat near the Sand Canyon Road on-ramp in Canyon Country. The driver of the big rig was taken to Henry Mayo Memorial Hospital with minor injuries.  Firefighters extinguish a fire on a big rig car-carrier that clipped a parked Caltrans truck and caught fire on the northbound Highway 14 at approximately 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday. The crash closed the freeway in both directions and halted traffic in 105 degree heat near the Sand Canyon Road on-ramp in Canyon Country. The driver of the big rig was taken to Henry Mayo Memorial Hospital with minor injuries.
Firefighters extinguish a fire on a big rig car-carrier that clipped a parked Caltrans truck and caught fire on the northbound Highway 14 at approximately 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday. The crash closed the freeway in both directions and halted traffic in 105 degree heat near the Sand Canyon Road on-ramp in Canyon Country. The driver of the big rig was taken to Henry Mayo Memorial Hospital with minor injuries.
 Armando Lopez, right, throws a potted plant to co-worker Jose Giatan, as they organize the plants near the traffic roundabout on the Interstate 5 Hasley Canyon Road exit on Aug. 20.  Armando Lopez, right, throws a potted plant to co-worker Jose Giatan, as they organize the plants near the traffic roundabout on the Interstate 5 Hasley Canyon Road exit on Aug. 20.
Armando Lopez, right, throws a potted plant to co-worker Jose Giatan, as they organize the plants near the traffic roundabout on the Interstate 5 Hasley Canyon Road exit on Aug. 20.
Oregon trucker Sam Maldonaldo, left, and son Adam, 14, stop for dinner at 2 a.m. on Friday at the El Grullense Taco wagon in Castaic.  They were heading to Riverside to pick up a load of new tires they will take to Canada. Oregon trucker Sam Maldonaldo, left, and son Adam, 14, stop for dinner at 2 a.m. on Friday at the El Grullense Taco wagon in Castaic.  They were heading to Riverside to pick up a load of new tires they will take to Canada.
Oregon trucker Sam Maldonaldo, left, and son Adam, 14, stop for dinner at 2 a.m. on Friday at the El Grullense Taco wagon in Castaic. They were heading to Riverside to pick up a load of new tires they will take to Canada.
Etta Siu and her 5-year-old grandson Kyler Rumack work on an art project during Pumpkin Patch with Craft Storytime, a weekly children’s program at the Calabasas Library. The Santa Clarita City Council voted on Tuesday to take over the three libraries within city limits, withdrawing them from the current Los Angeles County library system. Etta Siu and her 5-year-old grandson Kyler Rumack work on an art project during Pumpkin Patch with Craft Storytime, a weekly children’s program at the Calabasas Library. The Santa Clarita City Council voted on Tuesday to take over the three libraries within city limits, withdrawing them from the current Los Angeles County library system.
Etta Siu and her 5-year-old grandson Kyler Rumack work on an art project during Pumpkin Patch with Craft Storytime, a weekly children’s program at the Calabasas Library. The Santa Clarita City Council voted on Tuesday to take over the three libraries within city limits, withdrawing them from the current Los Angeles County library system.
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This week's spotlight in the SCV highlights wolves, crashes and late-night dining at a truck stop in Castaic.

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