Regarding the "Tossed paper causes incident at Canyon High" story published April 1: This "incident" allegedly happened in front of other students (witnesses) whose statements should have been taken at some point for the "crime" report.
In our government today, there is a lot of corruption. Everything is based upon money and not the consequences of their actions. We need to cut our carbon footprint before it starts looking like China's air. Companies will benefit from clean energy because with the installation of energy-efficient appliances, their bills will go down.
Hard work. Humanitarianism. Put those endeavors together and one can do a lot of good in this world. Such combined synergy is behind the Mormon Helping Hands project, which will be held Saturday in the Santa Clarita Valley and statewide as 20,000 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members volunteer to help spruce up their communities. In all, 15 projects will be undertaken by 800 Church members in the SCV. Tasks will include graffiti ...
If we keep burning coal and oil. we can burn up with the fuel. Our summers are already 10-degrees hotter here in Santa Clarita in the last five years. We cannot continue to ignore global warming. And there is no such thing as clean coal or oil. If it burns, it emits carbon dioxide. Look at the formula and you will get the point: If it burns it will add to our polluted air.
After reading the article "Carousel Ranch bill for Buckweed Fire goes up in smoke," published April 14, concerning Carousel Ranch's $2.9 million bill for the cost of fighting the Buckweed Fire, I'm unclear why Ms. Tomey, the ranch's director, should be shocked. The article states that the fire was set by a "10-year-old boy playing with matches, whose father, a caretaker at Carousel Ranch, still works at the Agua Dulce horse ranch."
I am not writing to defend any particular group or to say law enforcement should not make sure any large gathering remains under control. But as an attendee of the Sunday, March 8 Confederation of Clubs defense benefit at the 6885 Veterans of Foreign Wars hall, I would like to refute the lies told by the Sheriff's Department as this event was neither "disbanded" nor "broken up" as your articles dated March 11 and March 14 quote.
Both Hart High swim teams continued their dominance in the Foothill League with lopsided wins over Canyon High on Wednesday.
Helen Fern Campbell Weigel, a Newhall resident for 46 years, died April 17 at her home after a long battle with multiple myeloma. She was 87.
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Seven Foothill League games still remain on the schedule, and yet the West Ranch High baseball team has already won more league games than it ever has in program history.
LOS ANGLES COUNTY -- At the Board of Supervisors meeting on April 21, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich presented a scroll to members of the Armenian community in recognition of the passage of his motion proclaiming April 24 as "Day of Remembrance for the Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923" throughout Los Angeles County.
SACRAMENTO - Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich testified before the State Assembly Local Government Committee today in support of a proposal to add an additional member to the Metropolitan Transit Authority's Board of Directors to represent the fast-growing Antelope and Santa Clarita Valleys and develop vital public transit and highway policies.
Concert to Showcase North Valencia Talent Rio Norte Junior High will host a Showcase Concert on April 21 featuring the bands from Mountain View, North Park and Helmers elementary schools, Rio Norte Junior High and Valencia High School. The concert is designed to promote the music programs in the North Valencia area. "We feel this would be an excellent way for the parents as well as the students to see what the next step is ...
A play within a play, the College of the Canyons Theatre Department production of "Noises Off" will charm audiences for four nights at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center starting Thursday, May 7.
BioSolar, Inc. (OTC BB: BSRC) developer of a breakthrough technology to produce bio-based materials from renewable plant sources that reduce the cost of photovoltaic solar cells, today announced that the company is nearing the completion of the commercialization of its BioBacksheetTM product and enters pre-production stage on new versions to address the entire flat solar panel market.
I know there are couples who enjoy cooking together and make it look like a well-rehearsed ballet. They savor the aroma of their secret recipe for wild salmon over lemon couscous, stir each other's soups and sample each other's sauces.
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Most people understand the basic economic principle of supply and demand and incorporate it into their daily decisions. They may not do it consciously, but economic decisions are made every day by each and every one of us.