Several weeks ago The Signal published an opinion piece by Brian Roney titled "Annexation held for ransom." It was an amazingly uninformed piece on the annexation process.
Thank you to the community for your support of our son, Nate Sparks. On July 24, Nate was diagnosed with AML leukemia. His diagnosis shocked us because he has always been a strong natural athlete.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has recently been traveling across the state, arguing for the passage of the six propositions on Tuesday's statewide special election ballot. He has called the package a needed "budget reform."
Mr. Creitz has made some interesting and uninformed comparisons in his letter.
A recent article in the L.A. Times was about the dismissal process inside the Los Angeles Unified School District to get rid of a teacher.
Air Force Airman Garrett W. Jackson graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Air Force Airman Robert V. Cutter graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Candi Dodson of Bonita and Scott and Christine Norton of Valencia joyfully announce the engagement of their children, Deanna Dodson and Jake Norton.
Arnold Schwarzenegger spent last week stomping around the state, threatening to sell off landmarks like the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, making dire predictions about the future, engaging in what many call "scare tactics" to get voters to approve Tuesday's ballot measures.
While I usually do not discuss politics, I am moved to write in response to the views of William Creitz in his "Sound familiar?" Letter to the Editor (The Signal, May 8).
Whether used indoors or outdoors, stone adds warmth and character that no other building material can deliver. Once, only the very wealthy could afford homes graced by the sophistication of stone. But with today's manufactured stone veneer products, stone's exquisite looks are within the reach of a wide range of homeowners.
"The kids, preschoolers, were amazed," Ian Fletcher said, as he reminisced about the mission trip he took over spring break, April 4 to 10. "I heard one whisper, 'Is that our school?' Their bus pulled up to the school, and I know some of the kids thought it was the wrong school. We had done so much painting. When they left, their school was white and brown, and now their school was a bright yellow."
Answer: He's the former writer for Jeopardy! and other game shows who decided to advance his religious education with a degree from Grand Canyon University.
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.