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1952 -A magnitude 7.5 Kern County earthquake devastated Tehachapi.Damage spreading from San Diego to Las Vegas [story]

Earthquake map

The Los Angeles County Public Health Service confirmed five new deaths and 1,821 new cases of COVID-19 across the county on Tuesday, resulting in a total of 29,002 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Tuesday's COVID-19 Summary: SCV exceeds 29,000. Nearly 2,000 new cases per day in LA County

The National Local Government Volunteer Program Association (NAVPLG) awarded the prestigious “Rising to Excellence Award” to the Santa Clarita City Volunteer Engagement Program on June 23.

Santa Clarita Volunteer Engagement Program Recognized Nationally

The Free Vaccine Clinic welcomed residents of the Santa Clarita Valley to receive the first and second doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a Valencia company on Saturday.

Amazon, Carbon Health Partner with Varidales for Free Vaccine Clinic

Join the Canyon Theater Guild and enjoy the laughter and joy you really need in the hysterical comedy “Sweet Surrender.”

Canyon Theater Guild is back with

The next midfielder, Abbey Perige, will help TMU Women’s Soccer maintain the style of ownership it desires on the field.

TMU adds Abby Perrigoue to Lady Mustangs Midfield

A Metrolink train collided with a vacant car parked on a railroad track at New Hall on Monday night.

Metrolink train strikes a vacant car parked on the New Hall track

The Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture has announced $ 4,518,000 million in grants, including $ 57,600, to five Santa Clarita Valley Arts Organizations through the LA County Organizational Grant Program.

LA County Grants Over $ 56,000 to Several SCV Arts Organizations

One of the things parents and adults share about young people in this country today is their historical indifference to participating in citizens’ obligations during the election cycle. But one area where they don’t seem to be lacking in ideas is complaining about things and their condition.

Santa Clarita Teens Riel Oduwol Encourages Citizen Participation

2001- Congressman George Runner at the time introduced a law commemorating the historic Ridge Route. Established on October 4th. [story]

Ridge route

Governor Gavin Newsom and Supreme Probation Officer Dr. Adolfo Gonzalez will hold this year’s annual probation week from July 18 to July 24, 2021, a personal rehabilitation process under supervision and care. Announced that it honors probation experts who support.

July 18-24: Probation Week in Los Angeles County Announced

The Rancho Camros Museum will begin a new visitor experience, “Last Sunday of Landmarks,” at the Rancho Camros National Historic Landmark on Sunday, July 25th.

July 25: Rancho Camros Museum announces launch of

On Monday, Los Angeles County public health officials confirmed two new deaths and 1,233 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, resulting in a total of 28,956 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Monday COVID-19 Summary: Increased hospitalization rates due to public health reports in LA County. A total of 28,956 SCVs

With the recent reopening of Forest Route 3N17, the Community Hiking Club is looking for volunteers to help restore the Dagger Flat Trail.

Community Hiking Club Wants Volunteers to Restore Dagger Flat Trail

As announced by the City of Santa Clarita, the planning committee’s regular meetings scheduled for July 20 and August 3, 2021 have been cancelled.

July 20th, August 3rd: Planning Committee regular meeting canceled

The Santa Clarita City Film Office reports that it shot nine works in the Santa Clarita Valley during the week of Monday, July 19th to Sunday, July 25th, 2021.

Shooting at SCV this week:

The William S. Hart Union High School District Board has unanimously approved the appointment of four new managers.

Four new admins approved by the Hart District Board

Republican Rep. Mike Garcia announced this week that he will secure $ 1 million at Canyons University and $ 610,000 at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital to be included in the 2022 labor, health and welfare budget.

Garcia Funds New Facility at Henry Mayo Hospital COC

Members of the Santa Clarita City Council continued to discuss the future of parliamentary elections at a special meeting in a private session on Tuesday.

City remains undecided in district-based elections

The Santa Clarita City Council considered environmental, housing, and justice issues when it took several state and federal law positions on Tuesday night.

The city takes a position on housing, the environment and the judiciary bill

The American Job Center in California has partnered with ResourceMFG on 25128 Avenue Bits in Valencia to host a forklift driver recruitment event from 9:30 am to 11:30 am on Thursday, July 22nd.

July 22: American Job Center Holds Forklift Driver Recruitment Event

1915- Ince, Griffith and Sennett are Triangle Film Corp. Established.Produces and distributes William S. Hart’s early films [story]

Triangle film

1928 -LA City Makes Initial Payment for Death and Disability Claims Caused by the St. Francis Dam Disaster [report]

Morgue

1834 -Mission Sinforosa, daughter of Narciso and Crisanta, born in San Fernando. Daejeon’s mom, Pill’s dad. Believed to be the last speaker of the Tatabian language (died in 1915) [record]

pill



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