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Breakfast got better

Most people are familiar with the saying "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." However, many may not realize that what they choose to eat for breakfast is just as important as eating the meal itself. Now, breakfast lovers and skeptics alike can be good to themselves by eating a satisfying breakfast that's full of the flavors they love.

January 26, 2011 | Family Features | Food


2Day in the SCV: Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011

Monster Marketing Mistakes

January 26, 2011 | By Signal Staff and Wire Services | Santa Clarita Valley News


Banning guns doesn’t make us a safer society

This is in response to the Jan. 13 column, "If not common-sense gun control now, when?" by Bonnie Erbe.

January 26, 2011 | By John Kray Saugus | Letters to the Editor


Our local roads are an embarrassment to us all

A couple of days ago, I had business on Lyons Avenue. As I traversed that asphalt line, I had an out-of-mind, but not out-of-body, experience. All of a sudden it was 1950, and I was in the rumble seat of Grandpa's 1929 Ford. The old car was jumping in and out of dirt ruts in the road. It brought back so many old memories.

January 26, 2011 | By Jim Petett Canyon Country | Letters to the Editor


Nina Grooms Lee: Working for the future of business

When Andrew Acda was 16, he came to the Small Business Development Center during a Young Entrepreneurs Program meeting with an idea for a business, because he had heard the program might be able to help.

January 26, 2011 | Nina Grooms Lee | Business Columns


Deputies go digital with data

Crime reports at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station can now be filed and tracked digitally.

January 26, 2011 | By Jonathan Randles Signal Staff Writer | Santa Clarita Valley News


Going for a bite at Castaic Lake

Vlad Sok, 73, of Los Angeles, fishes at Castaic Lake on Tuesday. Sok said he has been fishing the lake for the last three years, and he has seen some big catches, but this year has been quiet for him so far.

January 26, 2011 | By Jonathan Pobre | Santa Clarita Valley News


Gary Horton: Our choices determine future success

It's Monday, and Carrie and I may have the last Christmas tree standing in Santa Clarita. There's no rush to tear it down - it's not like it's dying. Ours was never alive in the first place.

January 26, 2011 | By Gary Horton | Columnists


Don’t end carpool lane in the middle of Castaic

I read The Signal's Jan. 9 editorial about the improvement project on Interstate 5 in this area. I have been following this issue and attended meetings where it was discussed over the past few years.

January 26, 2011 | By John Kunak Castaic | Letters to the Editor


Golden Valley High School staff serve students at Chilis

What better way is there for the principal and his senior staff of a local high school to show his support for arts and music education than waiting on students tables and bussing dishes?

January 25, 2011 | Source: Golden Valley High School | SCV Raw


Street maintenance on Lyons Avenue at the I-5 freeway

The City of Santa Clarita is scheduled to start street maintenance construction on Jan. 26 at the intersection of Lyons Avenue and the I-5 freeway over a two day period. This work will be accomplished both at night and during the day in order to reduce the inconvenience to the traveling public.

January 25, 2011 | Source: City of Santa Clarita | SCV Raw


Gas company fixes Castaic leak

The Southern California Gas Company repaired a gas leak at a single residence on the 28000 block of Big Oaks Lane in Castaic on Monday morning. The leak was reported at 10:30 a.m., Los Angeles County Fire Department officials said. Gas company workers came to the house and fixed the leak at 11 a.m. No homes were evacuated, authorities said.

January 25, 2011 | By Signal Staff | Santa Clarita Valley News


Lyons gets smoothed

Local motorists can soon expect a smoother ride on Lyons Avenue as they make their way onto Interstate 5 northbound.

January 25, 2011 | By Signal Staff | Santa Clarita Valley News


Citizens only ones who can ask right questions

The Jan. 13 letter in The Signal refuting the concerns expressed by "Environmentally Speaking" columnist Lynne Plambeck regarding the cost of the salt cleanup in her Jan. 6 column, "Groups filed suit to help save our river," did not really get my attention until I saw the source of the letter.

January 25, 2011 | By Allen Hadley Valencia | Letters to the Editor


Santa Clarita man named vice president of operations for Togo’s

Rand Ferris, a resident of Santa Clarita, has been named vice president of operations for Togo's Sandwiches. Ferris will assume all responsibilities for operations including: franchised and company-owned restaurant operations, training and new restaurant construction.

January 25, 2011 | By Signal Staff | Local Business News


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Father's Day gifts from the heart, not the wallet

On Father's Day, I gave 40 small children at church paper ties. I asked them to write or draw words of wisdom from their fathers. They looked confused so I explained. I said, "Write or draw what your father tells you. What advice does he give you?" They wrote and colored vigorously for a few minutes until I asked someone to share.

June 02, 2014 | By Shannon Symonds FamilyShare | NEWS 4 U


Intel executive among climbers presumed dead

SEATTLE (AP) - One of the six climbers presumed dead after a fall on Mount Rainier was a vice president of Intel Corp. in Southeast Asia.

June 02, 2014 | Associated Press | Signal AP


Paper owner's jet crew had flown together 10 years

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The flight crew that died in a fiery crash aboard Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz's private plane this weekend had flown for the millionaire businessman and philanthropist for a decade, and among them was a pilot who survived an earlier fatal crash, relatives said Monday.

June 02, 2014 | By The Associated Press | Signal AP


California Chrome's story may never repeat

AURORA, Colo. (AP) - A message to horse lovers and dreamers out there: This will not happen to you.

June 02, 2014 | Associated Press | Signal AP


How to make this summer the best yet

Summer is a time for lemonade, swimsuits and sunscreen. Days are longer, and no school means there is more time to spend together as a family. Every year, I have set a goal to accomplish a list of things I want to do over the course of the summer with my family. Unfortunately, by the time summer rolls to an end, my list isn't even near completion. Year after year, I realize that I wasted my summer and didn't take full advantage of the extra sunlight and warm weather that I could enjoy with the people I care ...

June 02, 2014 | Courtnie Erickson Deseret News | Hot Topics


First lady's fashions raise question: who pays?

WASHINGTON (AP) - Michelle Obama's fashionable clothing has become something of a given in her five-plus years as first lady. Yet her wardrobe still is the subject of endless public fascination and one long-simmering question: Who pays for those incredible outfits?

June 02, 2014 | By The Associated Press | Signal AP


CHP: Officers bust illegal car club in Bouquet Canyon

A joint forces crackdown on Bouquet Canyon Road reckless drivers led to the arrest of two men identified as members of an illegal racing club, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol said Monday.

June 02, 2014 | By Signal Staff | Santa Clarita Valley News


US concluded in 2010 that Bergdahl walked away

WASHINGTON (AP) - A Pentagon investigation concluded in 2010 that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl walked away from his unit, and after an initial flurry of searching the military decided not to exert extraordinary efforts to rescue him, according to a former senior defense official who was involved in the matter.

June 02, 2014 | Associated Press | Signal AP


California's state universities hiring 700 faculty

LOS ANGELES (AP) - California's state universities plan to hire 700 full-time faculty members, putting the skids on years of class and staff reductions prompted by state budget cuts.

June 02, 2014 | By The Associated Press | Signal AP


Big power-plant pollution cuts are ordered

WASHINGTON (AP) - In a sweeping initiative to curb pollutants blamed for global warming, the Obama administration unveiled a plan Monday aimed at cutting carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by nearly a third by 2030. But it delays the deadline for some states to begin complying until long after President Barack Obama leaves office.

June 02, 2014 | By The Associated Press | Signal AP


Retiring royalty: Kings and queens can just quit?

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - The decision of Spanish King Juan Carlos to step down in favor of his son, Felipe, makes him the latest European monarch to decide to end his days in retirement and not on the throne.

June 02, 2014 | By Associated Press | Signal AP


Pro-Russia rebels attack Ukrainian border guards

LUHANSK, Ukraine (AP) - Hundreds of pro-Russia insurgents attacked a border guard base in eastern Ukraine on Monday, with some firing rocket-propelled grenades from the roof of a nearby residential building. At least five rebels were killed when the guards returned fire, a spokesman for the border guard service said.

June 02, 2014 | By Associated Press | Signal AP


Obama carbon rule gives states more time to comply

WASHINGTON (AP) - In a sweeping initiative to curb pollutants blamed for global warming, the Obama administration unveiled a plan Monday that cuts carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by nearly a third over the next 15 years, but pushes the deadline for some states to comply until long after President Barack Obama leaves office.

June 02, 2014 | By Associated Press | Signal AP


Cheap drug greatly boosts prostate cancer survival

CHICAGO (AP) - A cheap, decades-old chemotherapy drug extended life by more than a year when added to standard hormone therapy for men whose prostate cancer has widely spread, doctors reported Sunday.

June 02, 2014 | Associated Press | Signal AP


A courageous and magnificent misfit

My late father, a European-trained physician, did everything himself without benefit of nurses, clerical staff or drafty assembly-line consultation cubicles.

June 02, 2014 | By W.E. Gutman | Columnists


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