On Nov. 4, the citizens of the Santa Clarita Valley will be asked to vote to support Measure SA, a school facilities bond sponsored by the William S. Hart Union High School District.
The board of directors of Pleasantview Industries honored the program participants at its ninth annual awards banquet held recently at the Santa Clarita Activities Center.
It was disheartening to read The Signal's position (Oct. 19, "Our Response to Nov. 4's Propositions") on Prop. 3: The Childrens Hospital Bond Act.
It is indeed sad when persons of one particular political party decide to vandalize the private property of others here in the Santa Clarita Valley.
I watched the most recent debate between senators John McCain and Barack Obama. The most telling comment from Sen. Obama was how he is going to provide health care to the uninsured.
I am not willing to degrade my fellow adult human beings by denying their right to marry. I cannot understand how people who claim to worship a God of love and acceptance deny their brothers and sisters that same love and acceptance. Was "judge not" redacted from the Bible? Like our Constitution and equality for all? Please vote no on 8. It's un-American and it's immoral to take away someone else's rights. Surely we are ...
Should homosexuality be redefined to mean the same thing as heterosexuality and vice versa?
The vote for Measure SA will help our local schools stay at a level of excellence. This measure supports Santa Clarita Valley schools only. All students should get the learning opportunity they deserve. Measure SA will give students the opportunity to excel and learn within a more safe and secure learning environment.
The Signal editorial board, promising readers information to assist in choosing effective lawmakers, has endorsed Tony Strickland for the state's 19th Senate District.
The William. S. Hart Union High School District's diversity program will be honored for reaching out to develop programs that benefit schools and the greater community at the 29th annual Golden Bell Awards program.
Name: Flo Lawrence Age: 51 Profession: Investigator for www.peoplehunter.com Personal Background I am the father of two boys, 14 and 11. I grew up in Philadelphia and New York, and went to college at the George Washington University in D.C. I come from a loving but crazy family. I'm a Mets fan, and a wild night means staying up until 11. What is/are the most important issues? I want to get Castaic kids ...
Name: Lori Bennett Age: 52 Profession: Superintendent at Castaic Lake Recreation Area Personal Background I graduated from California State University Long Beach with a degree in Education. After several years of part time teaching I moved to the Los Angeles area and began my career in the field of recreation. What is/are the most important issues? Ensuring that a high school is built in Castaic. the safety and security of our community, annexation or incorporation ...
Name: Mary Kunak Age: 51 Profession: Official Court Reporter, County of Los Angeles Personal Background I have lived in Castaic for 11 years. I have coached our community's children and gotten a pulse of the community during that endeavor, and served on advisory committees with regard to the Castaic Union School District's GATE program. What is/are the most important issues? A major discussion point involves our future governance. We must determine whether it is feasible ...
Name: James Robert Idleman Age: 47 Profession: Commercial and Custom Residential Designer Personal Background Eighteen years Senior Vice President for major Los Angeles based Architectural firm. Past five years as current principal owner Idleman Design & Associates, local architectural design and construction management firm. What is/are the most important issues? My most important issues are to listen to the concerns of the people in our district, to make certain the concerns are implemented into the ...
Name: Gary J. Lysik Age: 46 Profession: City of Calabasas, Chief Financial Officer Personal Background A native Southern Californian, born, raised, and married in the South Bay, my wife and I made a conscious decision 17 years ago to move from the city to Santa Clarita Valley to raise our 2 sons. The valley was important to us then. It is important to us now. What is/are the most important issues? Because of my work ...
St. Stephen's Episcopal church will hold the fifth annual Pysanky making class 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. March 10 in Spurling Hall.
It seems like spring in the Santa Clarita Valley! The calendar officially still says winter, but this past week has been very "spring-like." There was some awesome kite-flying weather with the sunshine and the wind (a little too much wind on some days!) and it was easy to ditch the heavy jackets in favor of short sleeves and shorts.
Living with Children
Dave H. Stein
Our failure in chief gave us his annual blurred vision of America again Tuesday night.
We all know what happens when the fox guards the chicken coop - or do we?
Today is Sunday, Feb. 17, the 48th day of 2013. There are 317 days left in the year.
Reading aloud went to the dogs Saturday at the Newhall Library.
Officials from the California Highway Patrol shut down one lane of traffic on northbound Interstate 5 on Saturday to retrieve a vehicle that went off the freeway Friday night, an officer said.