I read The Signal to keep current with local news, events and issues.
We recently toured the new Trestles 137 two-story home development now open on Soledad Canyon Road in Canyon Country.
It is very difficult to respond to a post when the crude, rude, hateful posters respond in their pathetic hateful ways of demeaning one with a character attack.
In these few weeks the class of 2015 either has or will graduate. They are all to be congratulated for this accomplishment.
I just read Curt Scott's letter to the editor entitled "On the Supposedly 'Clueless President'" in the May 30 Weekender edition of The Signal. I have to say, for an alleged "rebuttal" to my own letter of May 28, Scott manages to talk about everything under the sun EXCEPT for what I wrote.
Brian Baker stumbled a bit, methinks, with his roster of all this nation's (real and imagined) mishaps that can be attributed to President Obama.
A letter to the editor published in Thursday's Signal could not be more erroneous.
The local schools are not meeting the state requirement regarding sex education, and that will mean problems for us in the future.
The Boy Scouts do a wonderful job each year placing American flags on the veterans' graves for Memorial Day ceremonies.
An old man died the other day.
In a stunning display of utter cluelessness, while addressing the graduating class from the Coast Guard Academy, President Barack Obama made the astonishing statement that "climate change constitutes a serious threat to global security, an immediate risk to our national security," and that disagreeing with him on the issue "is a dereliction of duty. ... Denying it or refusing to deal with it endangers our national security."
n AP article entitled "Rolling out the welcome mats," which glorified the practice of universities, especially the University of California system, granting in-state tuition to illegal residents of California.
When the term California "Committee on Public Safety" is mentioned, reasonable people would take the words literally versus thinking political partisanship.
We have a responsibility to ourselves and our children to be responsible citizens. I'm not talking about obeying laws and caring about the welfare of our neighbors as I hope we all do. I'm talking about a higher level of responsibility.
This is in response to Bob Comer's letter on the Summit. I have lived in the Summit for 30 years and have been very upset by our entrance being trashed and made into a COC parking lot. I have spoken with our city council members many times and were told they would change it into a no parking zone from Monday to Friday. The city passed making the street into a no parking zone, but at our last HOA Board meeting three of our Summit Board members decided they liked the idea of parking and trash and voted against ...
My name is Charlee and I am a Girl Scout in Troop 8742. I have been in this troop for five years and plan on ...
I just finished reading the editorial cartoon where Hillary is struggling to answer the question "What's your favorite color?" (Aug. 27 in The Signal).
I respect everyone's right to their own opinions. But when Betty Arenson states in her letter to the editor ("The problem's not Bush ...
The other day, after a pleasant round of golf on the lovely Vista Valencia Golf Course, my friends and I went into the clubhouse snack ...
We have a very serious drought right now. We are looking for the magic fix while our state is on fire and sinking.
I just have to comment on Gary Horton's Aug. 26 column "Today's normalcy reduces outrage of problems remaining."
Songs have been written about it, politicians have claimed it, and we instill it in the generation behind us.
In his Wednesday column Mr. Horton probably hit a rather large nerve among Republicans.
Explosives and fireworks still going off in late August. I am so angry about this continuing use of explosives and fireworks in Santa Clarita. Saugus ...
George Runner's proposed excise tax on medical marijuana ("An excise tax on marijuana could make sense for state." Aug. 19 in The Signal) is ...
Los Angeles is making great efforts in conserving our water and has brought awareness to everyone young and old. With television commercials, radio announcements and ...
The Signal's Aug. 18 letter to the editor titled "Thumbs-down to another Bush in the White House" made a stunning statement.
As one who frequently drives our freeways, I would like to ask your readers this question: When was the last time you saw someone pulled ...
e mountain bikers' opinions in the front-page article by Luke Money ("Wilderness plan draws criticism," published Aug. 8) discussing the proposed wilderness designation for a ...
I attended the Baby and Maternity Show on Sunday at the Hyatt Regency Valencia. Wonderful!