Sabrin Sidhu, a senior at Valencia High School, has competed in the 77th Annual student speaker contest which is sponsored by the Lions Fourth District Student Speakers Foundation.
The SCV Writers' Group is an association of local writers who meet regularly to share their current fiction projects.
Have you have ever had an extraordinary moment of any kind that really struck you because of the coincidence or surprise that it presented, or perhaps an unusually realistic dream you experienced, or even an instinct – that little voice in your head – that you listened to and it paid off?
Rosedell Elementary School GATE students were fortunate to visit the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, JPL, in Pasadena in May.
The walls have come down and the roof is off in Santa Clarita Christian School's British literature classroom.
As New Horizons, a San Fernando Valley non-profit, marks sixty years of providing programs and services to individuals with special needs, its Supported Employment Program celebrates its 25th Anniversary by honoring employers.
This is in memory of my dad, Corporal William Curtis Perry United States Army, who served in World War II and Korean War.
I am writing regarding my two-year old niece, Kennedy Rae Urban.
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The BJMUTA Wrestler of the Week, 6-year-old Slater Hicks has a bright future in youth wrestling, amassing plenty of wins and medals.
I hate too many commas
Karl Mueller seemed as Germanic as his name; he had a very crisp manner of speech, a short-clipped flattop and impeccably neat clothes.
College of the Canyons Jazz Ensemble set out to win a first-place award at a competition this year, and it achieved that goal in May.
During a performance at the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center, Mark Twain impersonator and actor Hal Halbrook read excerpts from Twain's work, including a piece from "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
I had been standing at the Naval Air Station in New Jersey watching for the arrival everyone was waiting for.
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Maybe your dream came true. You and I traveled through an atlas that we both read together after War World II. You pointed out to me The United States of America and I was listening to you carefully. I had no idea where this country was. You explained to me that the Americans liberated France from Hitler. You had a lot of respect for those people. I was young and I did not understand yet the impact of our freedom from an ill man.
One regular day on the job, I was sitting on the couch of a Saugus resident's home, watching her two young children show off their new toys. Lit with excitement, they pulled out their best pink bows and fire trucks to impress their mom's new friend. They looked so happy – except for the slight pallor of their skin and tiredness behind their eyes, you never would have guessed they were sick.
About seven months ago at Bridgeport Elementary, the kids in Room A8 began a project that would touch the life of a child in need.
He was not large in stature, my Dad. He was the eleventh of twelve children, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1907. His name was Francis Joseph Sahr. He skipped through his academic years only attending six of elementary school and two of commercial. At seventeen, he was foreman of the Pittsburgh Press mailroom. This was to set his future career in the newspaper business. Frank's parents came from Germany, the Saar Valley region. Their last name was Saar but my grandmother thought there were too many "a's" in the name so she took out one and replaced it ...
The Cole William Larsen Foundation hosted its annual Memorial Garden Tour on May 4, showcasing local gardens to raise money for families of fallen and wounded members of the military.