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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Dec. 3 to Dec. 10

Posted: December 11, 2010 9:16 p.m.
Updated: December 12, 2010 4:30 a.m.
A line of local residents formed long before the Kogi BBQ truck pulled onto Chestnut Street in Newhall on Wednesday night A line of local residents formed long before the Kogi BBQ truck pulled onto Chestnut Street in Newhall on Wednesday night
A line of local residents formed long before the Kogi BBQ truck pulled onto Chestnut Street in Newhall on Wednesday night
Fire-one level Regional Occupational Program fire-technology academy trainees get instruction from Deputy Fire Chief Chad Brewster, second right with red helmet, as they prepare to use a fire hose during a burning-structure demonstration at the ROP fire technology academy training facility in Santa Clarita last Saturday. Fire-one level Regional Occupational Program fire-technology academy trainees get instruction from Deputy Fire Chief Chad Brewster, second right with red helmet, as they prepare to use a fire hose during a burning-structure demonstration at the ROP fire technology academy training facility in Santa Clarita last Saturday.
Fire-one level Regional Occupational Program fire-technology academy trainees get instruction from Deputy Fire Chief Chad Brewster, second right with red helmet, as they prepare to use a fire hose during a burning-structure demonstration at the ROP fire technology academy training facility in Santa Clarita last Saturday.
Emily Rieck, left, as Little Red Riding Hood, sticks out her tongue at Erika Nagai, who plays the The Baker’s Wife, as they argue over Red’s basket as the Placerita Junior High School drama club performs a scene from the play “Into the Woods, Jr.”  at Santa Clarita’s Literacy and Arts Festival held at Newhall Park in Newhall on Saturday Emily Rieck, left, as Little Red Riding Hood, sticks out her tongue at Erika Nagai, who plays the The Baker’s Wife, as they argue over Red’s basket as the Placerita Junior High School drama club performs a scene from the play “Into the Woods, Jr.”  at Santa Clarita’s Literacy and Arts Festival held at Newhall Park in Newhall on Saturday
Emily Rieck, left, as Little Red Riding Hood, sticks out her tongue at Erika Nagai, who plays the The Baker’s Wife, as they argue over Red’s basket as the Placerita Junior High School drama club performs a scene from the play “Into the Woods, Jr.” at Santa Clarita’s Literacy and Arts Festival held at Newhall Park in Newhall on Saturday
A magnetic sign that Tony Follett attached his mailbox displays the word “arson” to advertise the suspected cause of the fire at his mobile home in the Mulberry Mobile Home Park in Newhall on Thursday. A magnetic sign that Tony Follett attached his mailbox displays the word “arson” to advertise the suspected cause of the fire at his mobile home in the Mulberry Mobile Home Park in Newhall on Thursday.
A magnetic sign that Tony Follett attached his mailbox displays the word “arson” to advertise the suspected cause of the fire at his mobile home in the Mulberry Mobile Home Park in Newhall on Thursday.
Cooper Thompson, 3, left,  and Logan Carver, 5, play together in the Build-A-Bot creative play station at Santa Clarita’s Literacy and Arts Festival held at Newhall Park in Newhall last Saturday. Cooper Thompson, 3, left,  and Logan Carver, 5, play together in the Build-A-Bot creative play station at Santa Clarita’s Literacy and Arts Festival held at Newhall Park in Newhall last Saturday.
Cooper Thompson, 3, left, and Logan Carver, 5, play together in the Build-A-Bot creative play station at Santa Clarita’s Literacy and Arts Festival held at Newhall Park in Newhall last Saturday.

From right to left, starting third from right, Councilman Bob Keller, Mayor Pro-tem Marsha McLean and Santa Clarita Mayor Laurene Weste pose for photos as they turn the dirt at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Community Garden of Santa Clarita at Central Park in Saugus on Friday. From right to left, starting third from right, Councilman Bob Keller, Mayor Pro-tem Marsha McLean and Santa Clarita Mayor Laurene Weste pose for photos as they turn the dirt at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Community Garden of Santa Clarita at Central Park in Saugus on Friday.
From right to left, starting third from right, Councilman Bob Keller, Mayor Pro-tem Marsha McLean and Santa Clarita Mayor Laurene Weste pose for photos as they turn the dirt at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Community Garden of Santa Clarita at Central Park in Saugus on Friday.
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