We've all heard the stories our parents and grandparents would tell us as kids about walking to school uphill, both ways, in the snow.
Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, hosted a special luncheon June 14 in honor of 10 local, academy-bound students.
A Santa Clarita resident turned 100 years old July 14.
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The Hart Mustang 9U Red Team went 4-0 last weekend at the Hart Pony Baseball and Softball Complex to win the Mustang 9U Super Regions Tournament.
The Birds and Bees are vanishing.
Recently, as my wife and I were walking along one of our lovely paseos we came upon a boys baseball team practicing in the park.
Local book publisher Willa Robinson and award-winning book designer Juan Roberts will host a free book publishing workshop on July 22 at 7 p.m. at Barnes & Noble in Valencia.
My story begins on a Sunday in the summer of 1936.
In April, four 16-year-old locals participated in a national competition, or what they called the "Olympics for chamber musicians."
In times of stress, my dreams become bizarre.
What fears have you faced? What has paid off, or even set you back? What did you walk away with after looking fear in the face?
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Parents Briana Lynne and Garrett Clayton Wampler welcomed new baby Charlotte Elizabeth Wampler into their family on July 5 at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital.
On Sunday, November 2, runners from far and wide will flock to Santa Clarita for the 19th Annual Santa Clarita Marathon, presented by Parkway Motorcars. For nearly two decades, the Santa Clarita Marathon has welcomed local and visiting runners to race along Santa Clarita's beautiful trails and paseos toward the finish line. This year is shaping up to be one of our best yet, with approximately 3,000 people already signed up to participate in various race day events.
Local TEAM Networking group raised $1,000 for cancer services nonprofit Circle of Hope, Inc.
Have you ever seen the soul who lives in the old Victorian house halfway down the road? I never have, but there are tales told about him that would make your hair stand up on the back of your neck.
This photo by local resident Doug Meek captures the beauty of a Golden Star Lily in Pico Canyon.
Oct. 11 marked the 11th annual Circle of Hope Afternoon Tea. Held for the second consecutive year at Robinson Ranch Golf Club, the event sold out of 200 seats and was attended by both ladies and gentlemen seeking to help the organization with its mission of providing emotional, educational and financial assistance to those fighting breast cancer who live, work or are treated in the Santa Clarita Valley.
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As this is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I began by participating in Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley's Bras for a Cause fundraiser. Being a 31-year member of the club, this event is now even dearer to my heart than ever.
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In my life, I've faced many challenges, but never did I expect to battle breast cancer – twice!
Oct. 8, 2014
Kate Brinegar-Cowan knew that along with being a DES daughter, having taken estrogen for several years and her family history, she was at an increased risk of breast cancer. So she had always been proactive.
I don't think it is about cancer. Why I got it, I have no idea.
"Oh yes I am wise, but it's the wisdom born of pain
I buried my breast cancer story for 11 years. I treated my cancer experience like an enemy who invaded my life, instilled fear in me and stole from me physically and emotionally.