April 20, 2019
  • 9:00 am Official update: Rep. Katie Hill raised over $600,000 in first quarter
  • 10:14 am Cartoon: Santa Clarita vs. Los Angeles
  • 7:30 am No agreement reached between Henry Mayo and nurses union
  • 10:00 am Suzette Martinez Valladares: Republican strategist, candidate for Congress
  • 7:00 am Rep. Katie Hill raises over $560,000 in first fundraising quarter
Katie Hill poses for a photo with local resident Rabiah Coon during an event with Gavin Newsom and Sen. Kamala Harris on Nov. 3, 2018. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer.

New filings released by the Federal Election Commission show that Rep. Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) raised over $600,000 during the first quarter of the 2020 election cycle. According to official reports, the 25th Congressional District’s incumbent representative brought in $605,418.29 to her 2020 committee, exceeding the $560,000 estimate her campaign previously claimed to have raised. […]

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Gavin Newsom makes a campaign stop in Santa Clarita to barnstorm for Katie Hill on Nov. 3, 2018. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

New data shows a continued decrease in Republican voter registration and a trend of increasing independent registration in Santa Clarita and its encompassing electoral districts, giving local Democrats a slight edge.

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The Master’s University and Seminary will remain on accreditation probation and will receive another special visit review from accreditation officials in 2020.

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Bridgeport Elementary School students learn about stage presence. Photo courtesy of Bridgeport Elementary School.

The Parent Teacher Association at Bridgeport Elementary School is collaborating with CalArts’ Community Arts Partnership (CAP) program to create and implement an arts curriculum at the elementary school.

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Photo courtesy of Katie Hill for Congress.

We’ve put together some highlights from Rep. Katie Hill’s episode with The Talk of Santa Clarita to help our readers get to know the congresswoman representing California’s 25th Congressional District.

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Photo courtesy of the office of Senator Henry Stern.

Sen. Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park), who represents areas of the Santa Clarita Valley including Stevenson Ranch, joined other state lawmakers and over 100 students Monday morning to announce the introduction of a joint resolution calling for California’s own “Green New Deal.”

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The National Weather Service Los Angeles / Oxnard office is hosting a training on March 13 in Santa Clarita for those interested in volunteering as part of its Storm Spotter program.

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A new report from nonprofit think tanks Next 10 and Beacon Economics released on Feb. 28 reveals that at the current pace of development, Santa Clarita will not meet its low-income housing production targets for more than 1,000 years.

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College of the Canyons is rolling out a survey to learn how to best communicate with the community about new classes and programs on campus. The 10-minute survey will help the college develop and market new, no-cost programs within its continuing education division for community members who are looking to develop professional skills for use […]

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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday night to reject the $215 million plan to construct a women’s correctional facility at the Mira Loma Detention Center in Lancaster.

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