March 25, 2019
  • 10:00 am Chris Werthe: City should prioritize hiring veterans
  • 9:00 am Brett Haddock: In defense of social media
  • 7:30 am Democrats now outnumber Republicans in Santa Clarita
  • 7:30 am Bella Silverstein: Pull the plug on Facebook
  • 11:00 am The Master’s University remains on probation, lays off faculty

On August 8, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved an $119.5 million settlement for the Aliso Canyon gas leak. Attorney General Xavier Becerra commented on the settlement that was also negotiated through the state and local municipalities. “For over four months, this leak exposed our communities to natural gas emissions that resulted in […]

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Photo courtesy of Cameron Smyth for City Council.

Councilmember Cameron Smyth is one of two council members not seeking the three seats up for re-election in November. Smyth, a Santa Clarita native, former mayor and former California state assemblymember, prides himself on his willingness to work across party lines, a task that has become exceedingly difficult in national, and even state, politics. He […]

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On August 15, the Canyon Country Advisory Committee held its monthly meeting at the Mint Canyon Moose Lodge. The committee discussed a variety of topics, with CCAC Chair Alan Ferdman describing the city’s homeless plan. Ferdman discussed Santa Clarita’s growing traffic and recent removals of traffic lanes. CCAC Board President, Rick Drew, went over his […]

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August marks the start of the fall semester for most of the Santa Clarita Valley’s students. Students enrolled in compulsory education in the Santa Clarita Valley — Castaic Union School District, Saugus Union School District, Sulphur Springs Union School District, Newhall School District and William S. Hart Union High School District — returned to school […]

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The Santa Clarita Valley Proclaimer launches in just a few days. Meet the team bringing you news and updates from across the Santa Clarita Valley. Mai Nguyen Do, Editor-in-Chief Mai Nguyen Do is a Vietnamese American poet and editor. She is a College of the Canyons graduate and the author of Ghosts Still Walking (2016) […]

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