Well, your federal government is spending money that it does not have again. The bill S.771 proposed by senators Boxer and Feinstein would have the BLM sell off public lands in the Victorville area. The money from that sale would be used to buy Cemex's mining rights in Soledad Canyon. If not enough money is raised from the sale of the public lands, guess who is ...
Making a right-hand turn off Decoro onto Arroyo Seco Street at Arroyo Seco Junior High School on Friday May 31, 2013, was a most harrowing experience.
Did you know that there is a professional men's futbol team in the Santa Clarita Valley? A legitamite NPSL (National Premier Soccer League) team that gives striving youth players in and around the Santa Clarita Valley an opportunity to play very competitive futbol?
The latest round of the California Senate's and Assembly's passing of the most restrictive gun control legislation ever is a deviation so far removed from American principles and the protections guaranteed by the United States Constitution that it seriously makes a straight-thinking and responsible citizen believe we no longer live in America. One of the bills already half way approved to becoming law would require all weapons to be locked up in safes or ...
In her column "Truth Floats despite tyranny on the Potomac" (The Signal, May 28), Susan Stamper Brown was right that allegations of high-level criminal activity can bring down a government.
I have a hard time following the rationale of global warming and climate change. I think the politicians and activists have it all wrong.
Regarding the article by the Rev. David Hegg "What is happening to the U.S.?" (May 26): To write negatively about the young American generation is very unfair, and untrue.
We have some questions about Benghazi and administration policies to ask of President Barack Obama and our fellow Americans:
If you ever get bored with mindless television or electronic games, try exercising your brain and watch for the many ironies in the media. Some are humorous and some are serious but you will always shake your head. Here's a few. Just in case a girl (even if she is but 12 years old) finds herself dismayed after having unprotected sex, she can now buy ...
My hat is off to teacher Monica Ratliff. With small campaign funds and an abundance of "common-sense" rhetoric, she defeated a strong favorite for a Los Angeles school board win.
When we read the Saugus Class of 2013 ad in the 5/24/2013 edition, and heard the enthusiastic cheers for the graduates at COC last Thursday night, our hearts were warmed. As the parents of three Saugus High grads, we salute the teachers and administration of all William S. Hart District schools, and all SCV elementary school districts. Our sons have gone on to be a VP of finance for ...
Hurray for Mr. Petzold's letter "Cemex bill would cost us millions") (May 24) about the millions more the city is going to spend on the Cemex deal.
I read Tina Dupuy's column "Apple could pay for Moore - and more" (May 28) and was frankly pretty amazed at the lack of intellectual consistency in it, though I probably shouldn't have been, given all the recent histrionics from the Left.
I just read Betty Arensons' May 24 column, "Where is the outrage?" wherein she describes all the recent and many of the past scandals attributed to this administration and wonders why there is not more public outrage.
In recognition of the increased presence of our two-wheeled counterparts on the street enjoying spring weather, May has been declared National Bike Month. During this time of year, it is especially important to have a heightened sense of awareness on the road and be on the lookout for those traveling by bicycle.
Bob Comer writes in The Signal that he will vote for Democrat Lee Rogers if Rogers will pledge to live under the Obamacare exchanges like the rest of us, since Republican Buck McKeon is not doing that and even though Comer himself is a staunch Republican ("Abiding by the laws they make," Nov. 6).
I began my collegiate career at College of the Canyons in the early 1980s and, even back then, Canyons was an excellent community college - and that was before Dianne Van Hook began calling the shots there.
In response to Cheryl Lagrasta's article, I would like to explain how difficult it is to learn a second language - but it can be done.
This eleventh of November, our nation will commemorate Veterans Day in tribute to the members of the armed forces who made great sacrifices defending our liberties.
I have played men's Sunday Softball for 23 years for Santa Clarita Parks & Recreation. Little did I know, playing ball would save my life.
Jonathan Kraut's thoughtful column of Nov. 5 ("District vs. at-large voting") brings up an issue of how we elect our City Council. We really should consider it.
Ninety-four years ago, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Nov. 11 Armistice Day to remember the end of World War I and the veterans who served our country.
Regarding the Nov. 5 letter to the editor titled "Placing blame on bicyclist outrageous":
Was there no way to stop it, the ACA?The Republicans, the tea party, all said 'Nay.'
The 100-mule journey that came through the Santa Clarita Valley this week is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Owens Valley water into the San Fernando Valley.
On Nov. 9, 1938, the Nazis began violent attacks on Jewish people and their properties, including the breaking of windows in Jewish synagogues and shops.
I phoned Buck McKeon's local office a few weeks ago. I learned that he and his staff are in that exchange that saves them from Obamacare.
Mark Twain was right, at least in California: "Whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting."
I guess it seemed like a festive idea to send dozens of colorful balloons into the sky to kick off the Hart vs. Valencia football game.
I wanted to express my disdain for Frank Ferry's attack on Cam Noltemyer and Marsha's, Laurene's and Bob's tacit approval of his despicable behavior.