SCVNews.com | Today in SCV History (Oct. 7)

1849 -Jayhawker encounters Bennett-Alkane Party in southern Utah.The latter makes the wrong decision and heads to SCV through Death Valley [story]

SCVTV’s “Finding Art” production team is excited to announce a weekly TV marathon on Wednesday, October.

SCVTV to Air

The City of Santa Clarita will hold a discussion at the Old Town Newhall Farmers Market on Saturday, October 9th from 9am to 12pm, following up on the feedback received during the city’s walking tour in June 2021. increase.

Old Town New Hall A city that introduces ideas for specific plans

The LA County Oversight Board has approved approximately $ 5 million to combat illegal cannabis cultivation projects in Antelope Valley and illegal pharmacies opened throughout the county.

County allocates $ 5 million to fight illegal cannabis growth and pharmacies

We love keeping landscaping in top condition. Whether you’re cutting grass, pruning branches, or maintaining your home garden, proper landscaping adds value to your sustainable lifestyle.

The city offers fire protection tips to keep Santa Clarita safe

Investigators said Tuesday they were interviewing the death of a two-month-old canyon country baby and continued to collect evidence, but preliminary autopsy results are kept safe.

Investigators are still collecting evidence and interviewing with OID's death for two months

The Los Angeles County Supervisory Board unanimously approved a final budget of $ 39.3 billion for 2021-22 at a regular meeting on Tuesday.

Final budget of $ 39.3 billion from 2021 to 22 approved by County Supes

According to fire department spokesman Jonathan Massenny, a truck rollover was reported on Wednesday at 10 am.

Collision near the shopping center elicits firefighters' reaction

year 2000 -Movie stuntman Richard Farnsworth, 2000 New Hall Walk of Western Stars enrollee, and first COC president Dr. Robert Rockwell dies on the same day [Farnsworth story] [Rockwell story]


The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office will deploy a police transportation service program to prevent dangerous and illegal driving behavior that increases the risk of collisions in the community.

LA County Sheriff's Office grants a grant from the Road Safety Department

Public health officials in Los Angeles County confirmed 35 new deaths and 964 new cases of COVID-19 across the county on Tuesday, resulting in a total of 36,108 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

COVID-19 Summary on Tuesday: The county continues to see a declining trend in cases, hospitalizations and mortality. A total of 36,108 cases at SCV

Flair Cleaners, one of Southern California’s leading eco-friendly dry cleaners, announced its third annual cancer fundraising campaign in October.

Flair Cleaners Announces 3rd Annual Cancer Fundraising Activity

The Department of Justice has joined law enforcement partners, victim service professionals, advocates, and communities across the country, seeing October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and granting more than $ 476 million from the Office on Violence Against Women. Was announced.

Ministry of Justice commemorates National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will officially begin nominations for the face-to-face “Salute to Patriots” event in collaboration with the City of Santa Clarita.

The Chamber of Commerce announces nominations to honor local veterans at its annual

From 9am to 11am on Saturday, October 9th, Henry Mayo New Hall Hospital will host a free drive-through influenza vaccination clinic.

October 9: Henry Mayo Offers Community Free Flu Vaccination

1970 -The first on-campus class at Canyons University held in a portable building just south of the future Cougar Stadium [story]


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 173, spokesman Patrick Moody confirmed.

COVID-19 Summary on Monday: Henry Mayo reports the 173rd death. SCV exceeds 36,000 in total

The LA County Library is excited to announce that face-to-face programs will return to many locations starting in October.

Face-to-face program returns to LA County Library

The Santa Clarita City Council Public Safety Commission will hold a meeting on Wednesday, October 6, at 10 am.

October 6: Santa Clarita Public Safety Commission Meeting

Bella Vida’s Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center has announced a lineup of events for October.

SCV Senior Center Announces October Event Lineup

Want to find beauty in your garden every year? Learn how to landscaping with perennials and native plants! Perennials are plants that live for more than two years.

Learn about perennials and natives in the October gardening class at SCV Water

Residents of Santa Clarita are advised to use a different mode of transportation during Ride Share Week, which begins on Monday, October 4th and continues until Friday, October 8th.

Residents encouraging participation in Rideshare Week

The culmination of major projects has always been an exciting time.

City Manager Monthly Message – October 2021

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