Robert E. Gulliver Air Force Reserve Staff Sgt. Robert E. Gulliver has arrived for duty at Beal Air Force Base, Beal. Gulliver is a cyber transport system specialist assigned to the 50th Intelligence Squadron. He has served in the military for six years. He is the son of Mark Gulliver of Gardena and Jean Leleaux of San Luis Obispo. His wife, Jennifer, is the daughter of May Kawamura of Stevenson Ranch. The sergeant graduated in ...
First Lady Michelle Obama's campaign to fight childhood obesity has been a long time coming.
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While previously approved and graded projects stand with vacant lots, two huge projects are now moving through the county process.
Canyon Springs Community School hosted a Family Math Night in February where parents learned how they could work with their children to practice grade-level math skills through everyday activities at home.
Thanks to healthier lifestyles and increased longevity, the modern retiree can expect to enjoy an increased amount of time in retirement. Consequently, a primary concern of today's retirees is that they will run out of money too soon.
Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) will resume in 2010. After the unprecedented market volatility that occurred during the second half of 2008, the Worker, Retiree and Employer Act of 2008 was signed into law.
One of the most common questions I am asked when meeting with a client to discuss estate planning is whether or not the estate plan will offer them protection from creditors.
I'm from Oregon so maybe this isn't any of my business, but I am reminded that Santa Clarita City Councilman Bob Kellar's stand on illegal immigration and the price that Californians pay for it are not unique to California.
Water conservation seems as American as apple pie, a "no-brainer." If this answer to water supply is really so innocent, then why has it taken so long for our water district, city and county to institute conservation measures?
Los Angeles County launched a Web site, www.census.lacounty.gov, this week to educate and motivate residents to take part in the 2010 Census by completing and returning their questionnaires.
I was worrying about something really important, but I forgot what it was. Sometimes I worry about Item A as if it's the end of the world until Item B comes up. Then I forget about Item A, and Item B becomes the new end of the world - as if Item A wasn't anything to worry about in the first place. Then, once I resolve Item B, I go back to worrying about Item ...
I need some help. In my 78 years there have been a great many things that I have pondered with varying degrees of concern. A partial list: UFO sightings, our dropping the atomic bomb, Watergate, global warming, the economy, JFK's assassination, our internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, the decline of our educational system - the list goes on and on and yet there is one concern that has been with me much longer ...
The Signal's Publisher Ian Lamont wrote a column ("Community that makes a difference") which was published in The Signal Jan. 3.
SAN FERNANDO - A Canyon Country man accused of killing a bicyclist and injuring others while driving drunk and high on drugs pleaded not guilty in court Thursday.
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Multiple explosions aboard two fuel barges near Mobile, Ala., led to a major fire Wednesday night that left three people hospitalized with burns and created a situation so unstable that fire and rescue officials decided to let the fire burn into the night.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Jed Lowrie drove in four runs, Saugus High graduate Tommy Milone won his third straight start and the Oakland Athletics beat the Houston Astros 11-2 on Monday night.
Donny Young, son of Don and Jill Young of Canyon Country, was recently named to the Dean's list with a 4.0 GPA.
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