SCVNews.com | Today in SCV History (Oct. 14)

1980 -Phillies defeated the Royals in Game 1 of the World Series.Heart graduate Bob Walk defeats pitcher [story]

Bob walk

A brush fire burned an acre in the Angels National Forest on Wednesday, prompting the brush’s response to the first warning from firefighters.

One person detained after a brush fire in the Angeles National Forest

Canyons University will help address labor shortages by hosting a recruitment fest at the Diane G. Vanhook University Center on Friday, October 22nd.

COC hosts a local employment festival to help fight labor shortages

Los Angeles County public health officials confirmed a total of 36,446 COVID-19 16 new deaths and 742 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley on Wednesday.

Wednesday COVID-19 Summary: Homeless Population Decline; 36,495 SCV Cases Total

As the fight against COVID-19 continues, the California Public Health Service is urging Californians to get a flu shot now to protect themselves and your loved ones.

California Public Health Encourages Californians to Get Influenza Vaccinated

The Santa Clarita Public Library has launched “Trail Tales” at Duein R. Hearte Park for physical and literary adventures.

Santa Clarita Public Library Announces New

The 25th Santa Clarita Marathon will be held on Saturday, February 12, 2022, bringing back fans’ favorite events. Grade K-6 Santa Clarita students are invited to the Final Mile Challenge to run a marathon for free.

Encourage Santa Clarita students to participate in the Final Mile Challenge

After last year’s “NO-KTOBERFEST”, Santa Clarita Oktoberfest is back to celebrate the 7th edition of the year. And for six years at Wolf Creek Brewery, he will soon be Lucky Luke Brewing.

The 7th Santa Clarita Oktoberfest returns to Wolf Creek

The New Hall Family Theater will host a double celebration, reopening after a long pandemic closure and celebrating its 80th anniversary. There are free interactive events for kids and talent showcases for all ages.

Grand Reopening of New Hall Family Theater Begins with Free Performance Event on Saturday

Next month, the Assistance League resale store will transform into a one-day art gallery full of different forms of art for everyone to see.

Assistance League retail store that will be an art gallery for the upcoming

Senator Scott Wilk of R-Santa Clarita is pressing the California Department of Health and Welfare to publish a research report on the PerkinElmer COVID-19 Institute in Valencia.

Wilk requests release of lab report from Valencia-based Covid Lab

1876 -New Hall town founded in Bouquet Junction (moved to its current location two years later) [story]

Campton store

Louie Cervantes, Chief of Fire Department 107 at Canyon Country, was praised for his dedication to public security on Friday as Hispanic Cultural Heritage Month.

Canyon Country Fire Captain Louis Cervantes Certified for Hispanic Cultural Heritage Month

Public health officials in Los Angeles County confirmed 16 new deaths and 742 new cases of COVID-19 across the county on Tuesday, resulting in a total of 36,446 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Tuesday's COVID-19 Summary: Public health continues to monitor pregnant women's cases.A total of 36,446 SCV cases

Chris Mansfield, a former Heart Women’s Tennis Coach from 2007 to 2016 and coaching boys from 1980 to 2016, means that he can recently see former players coaching, coaching, coaching and sharing. I shared. Passion for games.

Former Foothill League Women's Tennis Player Becomes Coach

The Southern CIF section announced the 37th Hall of Fame class on Monday. This included nine new members. Former Heart High Football Head Coach and current Attack Coordinator Mike Herrington is one of nine.

Former Heart Football Coach Mike Herrington Inducted into CIF Hall of Fame

Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law on Friday allowing the restaurant to continue selling takeaway alcoholic beverages and expanding its outdoor dining while continuing its efforts to recover from the pandemic.

Newsome expands takeaway alcohol sales and outdoor dining

Water usage in the Santa Clarita Valley has declined since May 2021, but there is more work to be done to reach the governor’s voluntary water conservation target of 15% compared to 2020.

SCV water working towards a voluntary water conservation target of 15% in the state

1915 -Sally Post Office and Town Names Changed to (Back) Sogas [story]

Sally Inn

Princess Cruises celebrated her return to San Francisco on Monday. The Majestic Princess is the first cruise ship to visit Bay by the Bay since the industry’s global outage.

Princess Cruises continues the history of sailing to San Francisco Bay

Valencia-based Spectrum Commercial Real Estate, Inc. Yair Haimoff has announced the recent sale of a rental investment in a one-story warehouse building in Valencia.

Valencia-based commercial real estate company closes with $ 3.1 million SCV transaction

West Ranch Wildcats (17-4, 11-0) had one goal in mind at the beginning of the season. By defeating the Heart Indians (12-6, 7-3) on Thursday, their goal of winning the Foothill League title was officially achieved.

West Ranch Girls Volleyball wins the Foothill League title after breaking the heart in four sets

Through Project Linus, Canyons Academy students wear it one at a time to relieve their children’s fear and loneliness.

AOC students help Linus project

Valencia had no problem shutting out the Canyon Cowboy in a foothill league match on Friday night.

Viking Steam Roll Cowboys 52-0

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