SCVNews.com | Today in SCV History (July 31)

1939 -Recording artist, music promoter and longtime resident of Sand Canyon, Cliffie Stone marries singer Dorothy Darling in Hollywood [story]

Cliffy Stone

The Los Angeles County Public Health Service confirmed five new deaths and 3,606 new cases of COVID-19 across the county on Friday, for a total of 29,884 cases in Santa Clarita Valley.

Friday COVID-19 Summary: Total SCV Cases 29,884; LA County Continues Efforts to Immunize Homeless

Sacramento (CN) — California voters are worried about intensifying droughts and declining water supplies, with nearly 80% climate change starting early in the wildfire season, according to a state-wide survey released Wednesday. I believe it is boosting.

New polls find water scarcity, drought is California's biggest environmental problem

The Gibbon Conservation Center has sincerely announced that GCC’s longtime director, Chris Roderick, has died on July 24, 2021.

Longtime Gibbon Center Board member Chris Roderick dies at age 74

Canyons University receives a $ 74,707 campus from the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a Living Lab (CALL), giving undervalued community college students the opportunity to engage in indigenous bee-focused undergraduate research. It offers.

COC Granted Nearly $ 75,000 for Bee Research

The city of Santa Clarita is excited to host the “Moments of Zen” as the latest art exhibition featured in the 1st floor gallery of the Town Hall in 23920 Valencia Boulevard.

A community encouraged to explore the City Hall's

The local non-profit organization Fostering Youth Independence (FYI) hosted its fifth annual Back to School Bash. For the first time in this bash, students received backpacks and school supplies for the next semester, and 11 speakers from the FYI community explained their jobs. And career qualifications.

SCV nonprofit organizes annual school bash for foster parents

The Los Angeles County Public Health Service continues to warn residents planning to visit several beaches in Los Angeles County, including beaches near Hyperion, to be careful about swimming, surfing, and playing in the water around rainwater pipes, streams, and river discharges. increase.

Public Health Expands LA County Beach Water Use Warning

Los Angeles County is hosting a free drive-through household hazardous waste and e-waste recycling collection at Metrolink’s Princessa Station from 9am to 3pm on Saturday, July 31st.

July 31: Summary of Dangerous E-Waste for Free Drive-Through Households

SACRAMENTO — State Public Education Supervisor Tony Thurmond hosted a webinar for local educational institutions (LEAs) and educational partners on Thursday, with schools using new state and federal funding to provide safe and influential returns. Discussed how to invest in strategies to promote. To face-to-face learning.

Health and education professionals work on how to invest new money in safe face-to-face learning

1869- The then 1,340 acres of Rancho Camros of the Delvage family are legally separated (split) from the land grants of Rancho San Francisco. [story]

Rancho Camros

The Los Angeles County Public Health Service confirmed 17 new deaths on Thursday. This included one in the Santa Clarita Valley and 3,248 new cases of COVID-19 throughout the county, for a total of 29,772 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Thursday COVID-19 Summary: Total SCV Cases 29,772; LA County Emphasizes Vaccine Importance for Delta Variants

With the resumption of face-to-face instruction this fall, Daejeon outlets are excited to help students, teachers and parents return to school to shop.

Tejon Outlets Starts New Semester Shopping With Significant Discounts, Secret Donors

The Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture (Arts and Culture) has announced that Leticia Li Buckley has joined the Arts Commission, a longtime arts advisory body in Los Angeles County.

Leticia Buckley joins Los Angeles County arts committee

Yair Haimoff, SIOR and Andrew Ghassemi of Spectrum Commercial Real Estate are pleased to represent the seller in the recent sale of this ± 4,828 sq ft office / flex condo in a prime location in Valencia.

Valencia-based Spectrum Real Estate Closes at Discovery Gateway Office / Flex Condo

There were more than 2,400 Sogas homes affected by the power outage that began after midnight on Thursday.

Causes of equipment failure due to Sogas power outage

As the Santa Clarita Public Library takes a programming break in preparation for programming in the fall of September, residents will be warned to take advantage of the various services and online resources available.

Santa Clarita Public Library preparing for autumn programming

Trent Norks is excited to participate in TMU Men’s Volleyball and play with Mustang’s middle blocker brother Brett.

TMU Men's Volleyball Adds Another Norx to Roster

The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) is proud to announce the launch of a new website.

LA County Development Department's new website unveiled

The Los Angeles County Health Department has extended the heat alert due to the expected high temperatures in the Santa Clarita Valley until Sunday, August 1.

SCV heat alert extended until Sunday

After a year of cancellation by the COVID-19 pandemic, the popular SENSES block party in the city of Santa Clarita wins on the main street of Newhall’s Old Town.

SENSES block party back to New Hall Old Town

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department has invited residents planning to visit several beaches in Los Angeles County near Dockweiler and El Segundo to swim, surf, and play in seawater around storm drains, streams, and river drains. I warn you to be careful.

Water usage warning issued for beaches in LA County

1983 -US release of “National Lampoon Vacation”.Magic Mountain is Wally World [story]

Chevy Chase and Magic Mountain Crew

Local business leaders will meet to celebrate Santa Clarita Valley Day on August 14th with their first job fair and boutique expo.

SCV Day is celebrated at a job fair and boutique expo

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