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1892 -The birth of Robert E. Callahan, owner of the Los Angeles Mission Village and Old West Trading Post on the Sierra Highway [story]

Old West of Callahans

In the Santa Clarita Valley and beyond, ghosts are preparing for a spooky Halloween, setting up a garage and front yard as a haunted house. Each is unique and special in its own way.

Club horror celebrating the final year at SCV

The Young Americans Foundation Club at Saugus High School supported the injured warrior project with other students and staff attending in 5K on Sunday.

Sogas High Club Raises Funds for Injured Warrior Project

Public health officials in Los Angeles County confirmed 20 new deaths and 827 new cases of COVID-19 across the county on Tuesday, with a total of 37,178 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Tuesday's COVID Summary: Public Health Encourages Those Who Are Eligible to Get Boosters

Parents at Valencia High School were warned Tuesday night by school managers that 33 positive COVID-19 cases were diagnosed on the Viking campus last week.

33 COVID cases reported at Valencia High School

Known to Canyon High School students as the largest club on campus, the Eco Chicos Environmental Club is doing what it can to turn one trash into the world at a time.

Eco Chico's Club helps promote environmental change

Construction is underway on Lake Castaic as California Department of Water Resources officials are working to improve the seismic resistance of Castaic Dam’s Tower Access Bridge.

Construction of Castaic Dam moving forward

State Senator Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita’s office is hosting a virtual keeping key workshop with a Southern California car club for older drivers on Friday.

October 29: Workshop for senior drivers scheduled

A clear sky is expected for the rest of the week, depending on where you stood after about an inch of rain in the Santa Clarita Valley on Monday, according to National Weather Service officials. ..

Sunny sky predicted by SCV

1970 -Dedicated permanent COC Valencia campus [story]

COC Dedication Program

Canyons’ Third College won the 15th Alan Hancock College at Cougar Stadium on Saturday with 34-14, eventually overcoming the slow start of finding rhythm and bending muscles.

No.3 Canyons remains undefeated with 34-14 victory over No.15 Alan Hancock

Thanks to his stuffy defense, Sogas easily won the match between the two best teams in the Foothill League on Friday night, beating Canyons University’s West Ranch 42-8.

After a decisive victory over Wildcats, Foothill League title St. Clinch Share

Artist Day will return to the Rancho Camros Museum from 9am to 4pm on Friday, November 12th.

November 12: Rancho Camros Museum Autumn Artist's Day

Keith Morley, owner of Canyon Country’s Bob’s Country Meat, died Friday night due to surgical complications and could not be removed by an infectious disease doctor.

Bob's Country Meat Owner Died Due to Health Complications

Officials at Henry Mayo New Hall Hospital announced additional deaths on Monday, confirming that the total number of COVID-19 deaths since the onset of the pandemic has reached 177, spokesman Patriq Moody confirmed.

Monday COVID-19 Summary: 177th Death at Henry Mayo

Due to recent rainfall, Los Angeles County Health Director Muntu Davis, MD, MPH said that storm drains, post-rainfall storm drains, have caused bacteria, chemicals, debris, debris and other public health hazards from urban streets and mountainous areas. Around the stream, the discharge of the river.

LA County publishes Beach Water Advisory

The Santa Clarita City Film Office released seven works currently filmed in the Santa Clarita Valley during the week from Monday 25th October to Sunday 31st October 2021.

This week's SCV shoot includes one feature, including

The National Meteorological Service predicts that a major storm system will begin in Los Angeles County early Monday. County officials have released phase-flow-free forecasts for all communities in the region.

LA County residents urged to prepare for flood risk

1898 -New Hall pioneer Henry Clay Wily (Wily Canyon) dies in Los Angeles [story]

HC Wily Obituary

1992 -Dedication of Santa Clarita’s first Metrolink station (Santa Clarita station) [brochure]

Santa Clarita Metrolink Grand Opening Pamphlet

1888 -8:15 am: New Hall’s luxury Southern Hotel burns out [story]

Southern hotel

On Saturday, October 23, a representative of the SCV Sheriff Station J Team will hold a “Drug Takeback Day” in front of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station from 10 am to 2 pm.

October 23: SCV Sheriff's Office hosting

Public health officials in Los Angeles County confirmed 15 new deaths and 1,227 new cases of COVID-19 across the county on Friday, with a total of 36,989 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Friday's COVID-19 Summary: The county has begun administration of COVID vaccine boosters to all three FDA-approved vaccines. SCV case total 36,989

Walk along the River Village Park Trail in Duein R. Hearte Park and enjoy nature and the story at the same time.

Santa Clarita Public Library Debuts



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