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Johnny has been working for the company for almost a year. He is looking forward to his first performance appraisal and hopefully, an increase in pay. Johnny thinks he has done a pretty good job and sees himself on the way up.
How much longer until we bring the troops home?
The prospect of westside cityhood suffered a sound defeat by a three-to-one margin in Tuesday's election with 100 percent of the precincts reporting as of 12:15 a.m. Wednesday.
So, it's my last week away at Wharton. I've been away on a five-week immersion advanced management course in Pennsylvania.
Got a case of the breakfast blahs? Cure it with a hot breakfast bursting with big flavors.
College of the Canyons will debut its new registration system for students when winter session registration begins Nov. 16.
The city's monthly job fair will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Nov. 10, at the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center at 20655 Soledad Canyon Road #25.
Detectives are still searching for an 18-year-old Valencia High School student reported missing, officials said.
Firefighters responded Monday afternoon to a small brush fire near a Saugus elementary school that was quickly put out, officials said.
Coroner's officials identified the man who died in a car crash early Friday morning on Highway 14 in the Acton area, officials said.
Placerita Junior High School eighth-grader Alex Guerrero knows what it takes to take charge of saving a life.
I think it's great that Cameron Smyth has been named the Humane Society's "California Legislator of the Year" ("Assemblyman Cameron Smyth recognized," Nov. 1) for introducing legislation that would have given people tax breaks for adopting and spaying poor animals, but how about the poor kids without health care, the massive cuts to our schools and the elderly and disabled who are having to endure big cuts to their SSI and now have no dental or eye care?
Without a doubt, the death penalty is not a new discussion. Community activists, politicians, religious leaders, philosophers and the medical community debate, discuss and question the practice throughout our history.
If anything is funnier than the fringe right's obsession with Sarah Palin, it's Rudolph Giuliani who may be riding to the "rescue" as a candidate for governor in New York. Subscribing to the McCain, Sanford, Ensign, Gingrich, Limbaugh (and OK, John Edwards) school of "kick your wife when she is down," he may be the most ethically/morally repulsive person in or near public office.
Whether priorities are schools, recreation or convenience and friendly neighborhoods, home buyers are finding that Fair Oaks Ranch by Pardee Homes fills the bill.