I'm shocked! Is The Signal implying that a local politician might have been "bought" by a developer?
I read with interest the letter to the editor from Vernon Donnelly (July 24). Mr. Donnelly, I certainly hope you are feeling better now after your Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital experience.
I would like to add my comments after reading articles published in The Signal on child safety.
I am responding to Malcolm Blue's letter to the editor on July 9, "Mormons' opposition to gay marriage is hypocritical."
Although I appreciated John Darkow's political cartoon offering in Monday's (July 28) Signal, his wording was hardly original.
The Santa Clarita Valley is a wonderful place to live. Unfortunately, the gas prices are high all over!
I'm just curious. Does anyone put any thought into the survival of the wildlife before they build what seems like a serene environment for the humans to enjoy?
I am writing in response to The Signal's recent editorial on Phil Gramm's comments on "whining."
The Santa Clarita Valley Rotary Club would like to publicly thank our mayor, Bob Kellar, for assisting us in one of our major community projects.
Is it just me, or does something seem just a little out of kilter in Santa Clarita? In the July 21 edition of The Signal, there was the story about a 100-year-old fig tree in the Little Tokyo area of downtown Los angles, which is now one of the city's historic-cultural monuments. And then in the same edition, there was a story about the planned housing development in Stevenson Ranch for 93 single-family lots and ...
As a member of the city of Santa Clarita's Newhall Library Committee, I concur with Marc Winger, fellow Newhall resident and superintendent of the Newhall School District (Letters to the Editor, July 23).
This letter is to thank the good people of Newhall for their kind treatment of a traveler in need.
The following is in response to your recent report "Council demands solution for Benz Road" (June 6).
This letter is in response to The Signal's article on July 25, headlined "Family grapples with loss of toddler."
Not very often are do we acknowledge heroes. Tracy McFarland is one in my book. You see, on July 15, my cat of 12 years passed away. His name was Murphy. This letter is not only to help in the healing process after losing Murphy, but to say thank you to this wonderful doctor and her staff at "The Cat Doctor." Every now and then I believe God puts people in our lives for a ...
I have lived in Santa Clarita since 1963, paying my taxes, gas bills, etc. myself. I and many others are on Social Security.
The Senate Armed Services Committee is investigating an alarming Pentagon survey which revealed over 26,000 sexual assaults in our military ranks last year.
California Penal Code section 597.7 reads, "No person shall leave or confine any animal in an unattended motor vehicle under conditions that endanger the health or well-being of an animal due to heat, cold, lack of adequate ventilation, or lack of food or water or other circumstances that could reasonably be expected to cause suffering, disability or death to the animal."
This letter is provided as clarification to Jim Holt's June 9, 2013, article "Petition offers yet another chloride option."
Some time ago The Signal reported that city engineers were working to synchronize our Santa Clarita traffic signals, and I'm happy to report that they thus far they have done a great job.
I recently discovered a wonderful quote by the late Englishman Sir Winston Churchill.
I just returned from spending a week in Moore, Okla., helping the victims of the tornado get back on their feet. I also helped raise money to replace a broken cross-headstone for a Christian widow so that her children could have something by which to remember their father.
Cher Gilmore's anti-fracking column ("California doesn't need fracking," June 6) would have been more balanced if the anti-fracking propaganda film "Gasland" had not been given credit for being a documentary.
I recently witnessed a very near collision on the 405 freeway, and so this letter is written with the hope that it may save lives. As I was driving in the middle lane, a car ahead of me in the "slow lane" was traveling, my guess would be about 65, and as it approached an on-ramp, a car was attempting to enter the freeway.
Even to the casual observer it has been impossible to escape the news of recent IRS abuse of taxpayer dollars and the obvious bias against conservative-leaning groups applying for nonprofit status.
It took only the opening two paragraphs for me to feel compelled to inform columnist Kevin Buck that he is so uninformed about Republican thinking (June 4 "Scandals and the Republican fainting couch") regarding the most unqualified and inept (if not also the most destructive) president that our nation has endured.
The Powerhouse Fire that burned more than 30,000 acres is the latest of more than 680 California wildfires this year - about 200 more than average for this early in the season.