May 26, 2019
  • 8:30 am Cartoon: Valencia, built as planned
  • 8:00 am COC-based label Hipified Records aims for indie notoriety
  • 9:00 am David Barlavi: Threatening violence always leads to failure
  • 7:00 am SCV Veg Fest brought major vibes. Did you feel them?
  • 10:00 am The City Got Sued — Will Santa Clarita’s Voting System Change?

Local cartoonist Frank Hansen uses his artistic skill to comment on the impact of new developments in Valencia on traffic and congestion.

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Still from Serena Laurel's Unchained SCV music video.

College of the Canyons-based, student-run indie label Hipified Records recently released Vol. II, the second in its Homegrown series.

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First, I’d like to set the tone of this statement with a poignant quote from one of my American heroes, Malcolm X:

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In the temperate early afternoon of Saturday, May 4, the SCV Veg Fest took over a back field of Central Park for a day’s worth of, “vegan food, drinks, and information on how to live a truly healthy happy lifestyle.”

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The 2014 lawsuit over the California Voting Rights Act prompted a debate that still continues — should Santa Clarita support change to its governing structures?

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You can find more of local cartoonist Frank Hansen’s work here.

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Founded and organized by Academy of the Canyons students, the second annual “Wake Up, Stand Up” event was held on Saturday at College of the Canyons, with over double the number of community members from 2018 attending the student-led sexual assault and harassment seminar.

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Photo courtesy of Mike Garcia for Congress.

Mike Garcia’s career as a fighter pilot in the United States Navy took him around the world. From the skies of Fallujah, to the deck of the USS Nimitz, to the fields of Lemoore Air Station in California’s Central Valley — Garcia’s two-decade long naval career imbued within him an international perspective that has indelibly […]

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Met by a crowd of constituents and a handful of agitators, Rep. Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) discussed Medicare, voting rights, gun reform and her first 100 days in Congress at a town hall event at Santa Clarita City Hall on Saturday afternoon. Hill and her staff opened up the town hall event by announcing that […]

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Photo courtesy of the California Nurses Association.

After a lengthy negotiation process and even a strike notice, the registered nurses at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital voted to ratify a new three year contract with hospital management. “We are pleased that the California Nurses Association has withdrawn its strike notice and that we were able to work together to reach a new […]

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