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1956 – Bill Bonelli includes Solemint Water Co., one of its second predecessors, Santa Clarita Water Co. [story]

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The Santa Clarita City Council will hold its regular session on Tuesday, June 14, which will begin with a special / closed session at 5:00 p.m., followed by a regular open session at 6:00 p.m.

June 14. The city council will award Burrtec Waste Industries a new waste contract

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed eight new deaths in Los Angeles County, 6,202 new deaths across the county, and 193 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Friday COVID summary. cases are increasing in skilled nursing institutions

Little Town Girls and Town Boys ևAll of them’s have a lot to look forward to in Santa Clarita this summer, as the annual concerts presented by Logix Federal Credit Union will return to the park in July-August.

Dance և Sing at night during concerts in the park

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has been notified that on Saturday, June 4, 2022, one or more individuals, including a group of children, drove the bat into a Malibu cafe.

Possible effects of rage at Malibu Cafe / Calamigos Ranch

Earlier, in 2022, the city of Santa Clarita received several awards from government agencies for evaluating the achievement of two projects that increase traffic safety and pedestrian safety. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology Project և Pedestrian Collision Signal Phase at Santa Clarita Elementary School և Arroyo Seco Junior High received top awards for their innovative solutions to complex problems.

Santa Clarita wins state awards for street projects

My name is Shafali Sharma, I’m a student at San Diego State University, I’m a Santa Clarita resident. I appeal to the concerned citizen of Santa Clarita to support the Save Soil movement, which aims to save land from extinction by raising awareness among 3.5 billion people (60% of the world’s electorate) and increasing soil organic matter. at least 3-6% for all nations through policy changes.

Save the Soil, Save the Planet |: Comment by Shefali Sharma

The Santa Clarita Ballet returns to the stage on June 11 at the Santa Clarita Center for the Performing Arts at College College with live performances of the classic fairy tale “Cinderella.”

The Santa Clarita Valley Family Promise raised $ 370,000 during its inaugural Building Hope Celebrating Community Gala. The event held on May 14 hosted 250 guests.

The Family Promise Inaugural Gala raises $ 370,000 in Benefit Capital

Paul Schaefer is happy to announce Jason R. Biman as the company’s newest partner. Beaman has made significant contributions to the firm since joining the company six years ago as an Associate Lawyer.

Paul Schaefer adds Jason R. Biman as the newest partner

Are you interested in how the deputies serve our community? Want to know more about community outreach in Santa Clarita Valley? The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station will accept applications for the Community Academy course from Monday, June 13.

June 13. SCV Sheriff's Station Community Academy is looking for applicants

The California Highway Patrol is launching a multi-year recruitment campaign to fill 1,000 officer vacancies by hiring qualified personnel from across California.

The CHP is launching a recruitment campaign to fill 1,000 vacancies

The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency’s annual consumer confidence report is now available.

Santa Clarita Water Consumer Confidence Annual Report

The Los Angeles County Ports Authority will offer summer youth sailing camps from June 21 to August 1.

Registration is open for Los Angeles County youth sailing camps

1910 – Deceiver Monti Montana Agua Dulce, born in North Dakota as Owen Harlan Mikel [story]

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Long-time Canyon College women’s basketball coach Greg Herrick has announced that he will leave the program after a 30-year run that included 16 conference appearances and 24 post-season appearances.

Greg Herrick announces his retirement after a career at COC

There is something about Stay Green Inc. that allows it to “stay greener” when it comes to Lawn & Landscape Magazine, a leading publisher in the landscaping industry. 100 “landscaping companies in the USA

Stay Green rises to number 64 in the top 100 landscape companies

“Grandpa’s Yard” is the sixth album of the famous Santa Clarita Valley singer-songwriter, guitarist and historian John Bergstrom.

SCV Western Star John Bergstrom argues with music friends in Pope's yard

The ship is as naval as the captain at the helm, and the Newhol School district has boasted of four new experienced “captains”: principals, Wiley Canyon, Pico Canyon, Oak Hills, Pitchland Elementary Schools, three of whom are women.

Newhol School District announces four new principals

The College of the Canyons has introduced a payment plan option for students who are unable to pay their full class enrollment balance at no extra charge.

The COC presents a payment plan for students deprived of cash

It’s time to dump her and move on. You will not want to miss it.

June 23. BASIC, featuring Action-Thriller 3Devi

A crowdfunding account has been set up for Larry “Legend” Fiscus, a longtime and beloved employee of Hart High School.

A fundraiser has been set up for Larry Fiskus, a senior Hart executive

The Santa Clarita Community Camping Club will be camping on Saturday, June 11, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

June 11. The Community Hiking Club hosts the Beat the Heat Campaign

The non-commercial Blue Star Ranch is looking for horse breeding volunteers. Under the supervision of Blue Star Ranch staff, volunteers will learn how to care for, treat therapy horses and get them out.

Blue Star Ranch is looking for horse breeding volunteers

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