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The Signal's Photo Spotlight: Feb. 21-27, 2011

Posted: February 27, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Updated: February 27, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Mountainview Elementary School students cross the street in front of a memorial for popular crossing guard Kenneth Campbell at the corner of Garnet Canyon Drive and Cypress Place in Saugus on Wednesday. The memorial was put in place after Campbell died on Feb. 12. Mountainview Elementary School students cross the street in front of a memorial for popular crossing guard Kenneth Campbell at the corner of Garnet Canyon Drive and Cypress Place in Saugus on Wednesday. The memorial was put in place after Campbell died on Feb. 12.
Mountainview Elementary School students cross the street in front of a memorial for popular crossing guard Kenneth Campbell at the corner of Garnet Canyon Drive and Cypress Place in Saugus on Wednesday. The memorial was put in place after Campbell died on Feb. 12.
 Authorities respond to a single-vehicle crash on the northbound side of Railroad Avenue, south of Oak Ridge Drive, in Newhall on Wednesday. The driver of the Mustang was transported to a hospital with unknown injuries, according to a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy on the scene. The driver was not believed to be under the influence, the deputy said.  Authorities respond to a single-vehicle crash on the northbound side of Railroad Avenue, south of Oak Ridge Drive, in Newhall on Wednesday. The driver of the Mustang was transported to a hospital with unknown injuries, according to a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy on the scene. The driver was not believed to be under the influence, the deputy said.
Authorities respond to a single-vehicle crash on the northbound side of Railroad Avenue, south of Oak Ridge Drive, in Newhall on Wednesday. The driver of the Mustang was transported to a hospital with unknown injuries, according to a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy on the scene. The driver was not believed to be under the influence, the deputy said.
Volunteer Ida Lee, 90, left, pushes her cart as she serves approximately 200 meals at the SCV Senior Center in Newhall on Wednesday. Volunteer Ida Lee, 90, left, pushes her cart as she serves approximately 200 meals at the SCV Senior Center in Newhall on Wednesday.
Volunteer Ida Lee, 90, left, pushes her cart as she serves approximately 200 meals at the SCV Senior Center in Newhall on Wednesday.
William Hamor, 3, plays with a toy kitchen set in the children’s area of the newly renovated Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library on Tuesday. William Hamor, 3, plays with a toy kitchen set in the children’s area of the newly renovated Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library on Tuesday.
William Hamor, 3, plays with a toy kitchen set in the children’s area of the newly renovated Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library on Tuesday.
Brian Coleman, 16, of Rancho Cucamonga, performs a trick with a yo-yo during halftime at Santa Clarita Christian School’s girls basketball game against Valley Christian Academy on Wednesday. Brian Coleman, 16, of Rancho Cucamonga, performs a trick with a yo-yo during halftime at Santa Clarita Christian School’s girls basketball game against Valley Christian Academy on Wednesday.
Brian Coleman, 16, of Rancho Cucamonga, performs a trick with a yo-yo during halftime at Santa Clarita Christian School’s girls basketball game against Valley Christian Academy on Wednesday.
Third-graders Brock Bowers, left, and Jake Allen dress as Abraham Lincoln to deliver the Gettysburg Address as “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” plays during the performance of “Proud to Be Americans” at Castaic Elementary School on Thursday. Third-graders Brock Bowers, left, and Jake Allen dress as Abraham Lincoln to deliver the Gettysburg Address as “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” plays during the performance of “Proud to Be Americans” at Castaic Elementary School on Thursday.
Third-graders Brock Bowers, left, and Jake Allen dress as Abraham Lincoln to deliver the Gettysburg Address as “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” plays during the performance of “Proud to Be Americans” at Castaic Elementary School on Thursday.
Harold Wang, 99, plays with his cat Calico at his home in Friendly Valley on Wednesday. Harold Wang, 99, plays with his cat Calico at his home in Friendly Valley on Wednesday.
Harold Wang, 99, plays with his cat Calico at his home in Friendly Valley on Wednesday.
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