The glaring absence on two subjects in The Signal, as well as other Los Angeles papers, once again demonstrates the hypocrisy of many leftists.
Valencia Receives Valuing Diversity Award
SACRAMENTO - Assembly Bills 102 and 110 passed off of the Assembly Floor this week with strong bipartisan support.
College of the Canyons' class of 2009 will celebrate commencement at 9:30 a.m. Friday, June 5 in a beautiful outdoor setting on the main campus at 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Valencia 01355.
The scene of many graduations and other college ceremonies and events, the college's Honor Grove is located in the center of the campus and will be outfitted with a stage for the presentation of diplomas and certificates as well as seating for the graduates and the proud families and friends who are sure to be in attendance.
SACRAMENTO, June 2 (PRNewswire-USNewswire) -- In an effort to stop Governor Schwarzenegger's proposal to eliminate California's system of financial aid for low-income students, the California Student Aid Commission (Commission) asked the legislature to consider alternatives to save the Cal Grant program.
Commission Chair Barry Keene stated: "Eliminating one of the most successful programs in the history of California would require the future design and consideration of a new program. We should not lose the half-century of experience with Cal Grants. A generation of young people of working age without adequate knowledge and skills would be intolerable."
SEATTLE (AP) - A new study says fewer than 55 percent of four-year college students graduate with a degree within six years.
The report by conservative think-tank American Enterprise Institute was partially paid for by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Park Service will allow visitors free entry during three weekends this summer to encourage Americans to visit national parks such as the Grand Canyon, Yosemite and Rocky Mountain National Park.
The fee waivers - one each month in June, July and August - will apply to all 391 national parks across the country, from Alaska to Florida.
The AARP Driver Safety Program has set its teaching schedule at the SCV Senior Center for the second half of 2009.
Los Angeles County has contributed $1 million from a trust fund toward the purchase of an additional 800 acres of land in Elsmere Canyon.
Students at Valencia and Canyon high schools are raising awareness about human rights by being involved with the Human Rights Watch Student Task Force.
A group of musicians gathered together for the purpose of playing in harmony to provide beautiful music for an assembled audience. It was a simple goal, easy to describe, understood by all, yet difficult to execute. The desired result was to sound like one rich instrument.
"Just move along folks, there's nothing left to see." So says the clichéd copper in so many old cops n' robbers movies. The action already happened - the crime, committed. There's just the debris to pick up and the blood to wash off.
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Editor's note: The following letter was sent to Santa Clarita Mayor Frank Ferry, the City Council and City Manager Ken Pulskamp.
We are having a bee problem for a second year and it's coming from a bee hive farm that's located in the hills behind the boat storage lot on The Old Road in Castaic.
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.
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