Ketchum's photography titled "An Evolving Perspective of Nature" will be on display until Sept. 19. Admission is free.
The six months following the attack on Pearl Harbor were a whirlwind. From Dec. 7, 1941, until the Battle of Midway in early June 1942, the newspapers, radio and newsreels were filled with stunning defeats for America and her allies, punctuated by occasional small victories. In the Philippines, General Douglas MacArthur gave up on his initial strategy to fight the Japanese on the beaches once he realized how undertrained and underequipped his troops were. Instead, ...
Your article regarding the dedication of our new church, Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha was very disappointing ("Congregants fill new sanctuary," The Signal, Sept. 5).
In his lengthy rant over former Vice President Dick Cheney's defense of enhanced interrogation techniques ("Cheney still pathetic," The Signal, Letters to the Editor, Sept. 14), letter writer Paul Sibek says there is "not one iota of proof that torture accomplished much of anything."
Southern Oaks Mortgage has been selected for the 2009 Best of Valencia Award in the loan agents category by the U.S.
Nick-N-Willys in Valencia is hosting a post-renovation grand re-opening Saturday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Westridge Shopping Center at the corner of Valencia Boulevard and The Old Road. The event will include an appearance by Santa Clarita Mayor Frank Ferry, live music, free samples and a pizza-making contest. For more information call (661) 291-1921.
Michele Buttelman's column about knowing the significance and history of Labor Day was extraordinary ("Appreciate those who fought for your Labor Day," The Signal, Sept. 6).
Chinese sophomore Yichao Gao chose to come to America for his foreign-exchange experience because of what he thought it represented: a land of opportunity with copious amounts freedom and prosperity.
The insane right-wing fringe is at it over the appointment of advisors termed "czars."
Regarding her starving subjects, Marie Antoinette is popularly reported as having said, "Let them eat cake."
There's something I don't understand. When a judge or other officer of the court or a prospective juror has any sort of personal, business or vested interest in the outcome of a civil action (it's called conflict of interest), he/she is required by law to advise the court of that situation, and then is typically required to step aside and remove himself or herself from the legal proceedings. So here's my question: Why can't our ...
The Valencia High School varsity dance team continued its winning ways by following its unprecedented three national titles last June with top honors at the recent United Spirit Association Elite Dance Camp.
The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center is accepting new students of all ages on Oct. 3 in the Saturday morning T'ai Chi Ch'uan class from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. with instructor Sharon Chang at the SCV Senior Center, 22900 Market Street.
LOS ANGELES -- First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden appear in a new Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) public service announcement that praises the contributions of military servicemen and women while asking Americans to assist veterans and military families who need help.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Five former city councilors in a small, blue-collar Los Angeles suburb that became a symbol of political greed were convicted Wednesday of stealing taxpayer money by creating a panel that helped boost their part-time pay to nearly $100,000 a year.
VALLEJO, Calif. (AP) - Vallejo police say a standoff with an armed man ended after officers entered the home and the suspect was found dead.
MONUMENT, Colo. (AP) - The fatal shooting of Colorado's top prisons official when he answered the front door at his house highlights a troubling reality for the nation's judges, prosecutors and other legal officials: At a time when attacks on them are rising, it's difficult for them to remain secure, even when they are off duty.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate approved legislation Wednesday to lock in $85 billion in widely decried spending cuts aimed at restraining soaring federal deficits - and to avoid a government shutdown just a week away. President Barack Obama's fellow Democrats rejected a call to reopen White House tours scrapped because of the tightened spending.
A former California Department of Corrections official has been named assistant sheriff in charge of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Custody Division.
Los Angeles County supervisors agreed this week to spend $1 million to install new signs, markers, road striping and guardrails on Angeles Forest Highway near Acton.
Many Americans may find it difficult to believe, but North Korea and its imperious leader, Kim Jong-un, have yet again hurled a threat to wipe South Korea and the United States off the face of the Earth with a nuclear strike.
Ah, the income tax preparation season is upon us.
He was getting older, he worried about losing his balance fishing on the end rocks, and his hearing was failing him. So was his short-term memory.