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1935 – Newhall MP Archie Carter was sentenced to 1 year in prison for contributing to the delinquency of a minor after his wife killed his 20-year-old lover (most were 21). [story]

Archie CarterArchie Carter

The latest issue of The Pool, the graduate/alumni magazine of the California Institute of the Arts, is now online.

The latest edition of CalArts magazine, The Pool, now online

“The City of Santa Clarita remains adamant that Los Angeles County must conduct the appropriate review required by the California Environmental Quality Act prior to any work to convert Camp Scott into a permanent facility for serious juvenile offenders.

Weste issued a statement regarding Camp Scott

Santa Clarita Transit’s Holiday Light Tour, an annual event that takes riders on a journey to see the brightest and most awe-inspiring displays of holiday cheer in Santa Clarita, was recently recognized by the American Public Transportation Association with a 2022 AdWheel Award.

The Transportation Association recognizes the Santa Clarita Holiday Light Tour

The regular Saugus Union School District Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 2, beginning with a closed session at 5:30 p.m., followed immediately by an open session at 6:30 p.m.

August 2: SUSD regular board meeting

Dear Community Members, Wow, it’s August! That is madness.

JCI Santa Clarita President's Message

Volunteer registration is now open for the 27th Annual River Rally Cleanup and Environmental Expo on Saturday, September 17th from 8am to 11am.

September 17: The annual River Rally Cleanup returns

College of the Canyons is one of five community colleges from across the nation partnering on a $7.5 million National Science Foundation grant awarded to Madison County Technical College.

COC partners in a $7.5 million National Science Foundation grant

Fire Chief Darryl L. Following Osby’s retirement, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors appointed Deputy Fire Chief Anthony C. Marrone as Acting Fire Chief of the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Supes Appoints New LACoFD Fire Chief

Grab your lawn chairs and picnic blankets and plan to spend your summer nights in Central Park.

Santa Clarita Mayor's Monthly Message - August 2022

Vaccination sites in Los Angeles County will begin administering the Novavax vaccine on Wednesday, August 3rd.

August 3: Los Angeles County vaccination sites will begin administering Novavax

The City of Santa Clarita is seeking artwork for an upcoming exhibit in the First Floor Gallery.

Santa Clarita is looking for paintings for a ground floor gallery

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Monday confirmed three new deaths and 359 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley over the weekend, for a total of 41 deaths and 13,373 new cases countywide.

Monday's COVID Summary. 359 new SCV cases; Three additional deaths

To help Los Angeles County pet owners during these tough economic times, the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control is initiating a pet licensing amnesty period.

The LA County Animal Licensing amnesty runs through October 31st

1963 – Leona Cox Community School opens in Canyon Country [story]

Leona CoxLeona Cox

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

Cliffy StoneCliffy Stone

1869 – The then 1,340-acre property of the Del Valle family, Rancho Camulos, was legally separated (separated) from the Rancho San Francisco land grant. [story]

Rancho CamulosRancho Camulos

The California Institute of the Arts in Valencia is expanding its footprint with the recent purchase of the Vista Village medical building adjacent to the existing campus.

CalArts expands campus with purchase of Vista Village Medical Building

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed 18 new deaths in Los Angeles County, 6,399 new cases countywide and 163 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Friday's COVID Roundup: 18 new deaths, new cases total 6,399 in county

A former human resources manager for a Santa Clarita-based race car design and engineering company was sentenced today to 51 months in federal prison for defrauding his then-employer of more than $1.7 million intended for diversity recruiting using two fake businesses for paid services. , which were never fulfilled.

SCV woman sentenced to more than 4 years in prison for embezzling $1.7 million.

Based on a recent study and needs assessment, Southern California Edison has identified a critical need to replace an electrical vault located on the campus of the California Institute of the Arts.

August 15-24. The CalArts Campus is closed due to a power outage

In a teleconference with the media on July 29, California Department of Public Health Director and State Public Health Service Officer Dr. Thomas Aragon provided an update on the state’s efforts in response to the monkeypox outbreak in California.

California Public Health Updates on State Monkey Response

SCV 40 Under Forty is an awards program that honors 40 dedicated, passionate and heart-driven individuals between the ages of 18-40 who actively work and lead others to a better, brighter future in the Santa Clarita Valley and its neighboring communities.

August 1: Nominations open 2022 SCV 40 Under Forty

SCVi, a tuition-free public charter school in the Santa Clarita Valley serving students in grades TK through 12, will welcome students, their families and interested community members to its summer open house on Thursday, August 4.

August 4: SCVi hosts Summer Open House for students, families

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