Scattered rain showers soaked the Santa Clarita Valley on Saturday morning, and while there is a chance of rain today, skies in the valley should remain sunny for the rest of the week, forecasters said.
It's 1972 all over again. A call to legalize marijuana in California is back, 38 years after it first appeared on the November ballot.
Two measures on the November ballot provide opposing answers to these questions:
Brig. Gen. Michael Walsh was delivering testimony on the Louisiana restoration process in the wake of Hurricane Katrina when Sen. Barbara Boxer interrupted the deposition after the general referred to the junior senator from California as "Ma'am."
What a mess those folks on our City Council have made of our library system. Oh yeah, blame it on the county.
I read in today's issue of The Signal that a group is critical of the City Council's actions regarding procedures prior to its vote to leave the Los Angeles County library system ("Library move prompts legal threat," Sept. 29).
Perhaps it's nothing, or perhaps it's an early warning that here in Valencia there is an absence of our feathered friends.
I watched Gloria Allred's news conference Thursday, and Nicky Diaz Santillan cried on cue. Allred called her a hero? Did Meg Whitman and her husband knowingly keep an illegal housekeeper for seven years? It's like "he said, she said."
Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry recently wrote to the employer of Kevin Korenthal, a candidate for Castaic Lake Water Agency. Reading between the lines, it seems Ferry would like Korenthal fired for some of his campaign activities while running for public office.
Editor's note: This column has been modified from its previous posting to reflect the dispute over the date of the LSSI proposal. Mr. Gauny was consulted in the process.
It is with sincere gratitude that we, the Muslims of Santa Clarita Valley, received the open letter delivered to us by Grace Baptist Church of Santa Clarita Sept. 9 and published in The Signal on Sept. 11.
The Signal's editorial on Sept. 26 raises a toast to the impending purchase of 842 acres in Elsmere Canyon. ("Our View: Here's to keeping the SCV green.")
When I think of the "story" of College of the Canyons, I always think of David, a senior on the Valencia High School tennis team in 2004.
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.