What's happening at The Signal? Why the obscene cartoon by John Darkow Sept. 17?
In regards to "Conservatives can't sit out" (Letters to the Editor, The Signal, Sept. 26):
I'm lovin' the Picarella Family Report on Saturday's page 2 of The Signal. In tough economic times, it's nice to know that everyday family life still prevails.
U.S. coal-fired power plants generate more than 130 million tons of toxic coal ash annually and yet there are no specific federal regulations governing its disposal.
The health care debate continues, but as a physician who is familiar with this debate, I take issue with those who do not recognize symptoms our nation is having and the dire consequences we all face.
California is worse than on life support. When a patient is on life support, at least there may be a chance of hope someone is working to save them.
Bush wins the 2000 election by a hiccup and a hair and pure, undiluted corruption. Not a peep of protest from conservatives. Cost? Six thousand U.S. lives and $700 billion (Iraq and Afghanistan, 2002-08).
I am pleased and encouraged by the steadfastness of Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley and the move to have convicted child sex predator Roman Polanski extradited back to the United States.
I am concerned about the current life insurance for veterans of World War II. It is capped at $10,000, which will barely pay for the cost of a funeral nowadays.
Commissioning of church leader, ministry assistant
Golden Valley continued to struggle on offense thanks to Serrano's strong defensive effort in a 24-0 loss to the Diamondbacks on Friday at Canyon High.
The Diamondbacks (3-2) entered the game giving up only seven points per contest and controlled the line of scrimmage all night, limiting Golden Valley (0-4) to less that 100 yards of total offense.
Kay Thatcher's favorite part about travelling outside the country is conversing with locals of whatever land she finds herself in. Most of all, she enjoys sitting at a café and chatting with a foreign waitress.
The Valley Industrial Association has scheduled the first of three 2009 sessions in its Connecting to Success program for Oct. 8.
LOS ANGELES (PRNewswire) -- Drugs are toxic, both to the environment... and people, especially children, some of whom hold "pharming" parties to pop leftover scrips.
TURLOCK, Calif. (PRNewswire-USNewswire) -- MedicAlert Foundation, the leader in providing identification and emergency medical information services, will provide a 24-hour comprehensive protection system for clients and staff of Deaf Community Services of San Diego through a generous grant made possible by the Change a Life Foundation.
"MedicAlert Foundation was originally founded to protect members in times of medical emergencies. This program goes right to the heart of our mission and history.
On Wednesday, January 15, 2014, at approximately 10:05am deputies assigned to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station received a call for service regarding a 42-year-old male who was possibly suicidal. A short time later, the man's vehicle was located (parked) at Sierra Highway and Newhall Avenue. Deputies had reason to believe the man was now traveling on foot headed into an off road / rural area to possibly commit suicide.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Congress edged Thursday toward granting final approval to a $1.1 trillion package financing federal agencies this year, a bipartisan compromise that all but banishes the specter of an election-year government shutdown and underscores lawmakers' fatigue with budget battles.
ISLAMABAD (AP) - A lawyer representing Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf in his high treason trial said Thursday that his client needs to go to the U.S. for further medical treatment following a heart scare.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California's recidivism rate dropped in the years before Gov. Jerry Brown's realignment law took effect, even though six of every 10 offenders returned to prison, the corrections department said in a report released Wednesday.
The con-artist comedy "American Hustle and the 3-D space odyssey "Gravity" lead the Academy Awards with 10 nominations each, including nods for best picture.
Fracking has captured the headlines recently, but another, less well-known technique for extracting oil trapped in rock cavities deep underground is increasingly being used in California and is an even bigger threat to health and the environment.
I'd like to applaud Sue Hartman's Jan. 10 column in The Signal ("Fracking for a prosperous California") regarding the benefits of fracking. And I'd like to add a couple of thoughts.
Political pundits have put Chris Christie and Hillary Clinton as the front runners for the next president. Let's compare how the two have handled themselves in the face of recent scandals.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
This summer, the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce will host the third annual Patriot Luncheon on July 11 at the Hyatt Regency Valencia.
Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich will address the Santa Clarita Valley business and community leaders on May 1 at the fifth annual State of the County Luncheon.
We all know that perception often influences our decisions, yet we catch ourselves and become reminded that what we perceive isn't always what's really going on. With the constant barrage of information available in today's 24/7 world, it's important to not get caught up in the day-to-day market volatility and news headlines. That daily hype doesn't always dovetail with what Wells Fargo Advisors top strategists are observing in the financial marketplace.
With everything from nationally ranked academic programs to effective career education opportunities and college placement services, Hart district students are afforded every opportunity to excel in an increasingly competitive academic environment.
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.