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

Canyon High School student Grant Ohanian argues that the prank callers who caused the school to go on lockdown should be punished for the trauma they caused.

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Santa Clarita does a lot to honor its veterans. It dedicates parks, posts flags, and puts on one heck of a Fourth of July parade.

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With all due respect to Bella Silverstein, her take on Facebook’s responsibility for last weeks terror attack in New Zealand is spectacularly bad for several reasons I’ll enumerate here.

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Which is worth more to Mark Zuckerberg: money, or human life? Imagine you invented a product you hoped would unite the world in love and understanding. Now imagine it did the opposite. Suppose instead, contrary to your hopes, it united the world of hate. Suppose it gave organization and purpose to malign groups. In fact, […]

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Dante Acosta defends himself against criticisms during the Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency board meeting on Dec. 18. Mai Nguyen Do / The Proclaimer

I had planned to ignore the nomination of Dante Acosta to the Santa Clarita Valley Water Board.

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You’ve heard of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday.  Today is Giving Tuesday.

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Today marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, which was a holiday to mark the end of hostilities during World War I. Later on, veterans of World War II were included in Armistice Day recognitions. After the Korean War, Armistice Day was changed to Veterans Day and became a holiday for Americans to acknowledge all […]

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Tomorrow, Santa Clarita residents will have the opportunity to choose three of the five city council members who set goals for the city and determine the policies that impact our daily lives more than any other level of government.

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Recently, I asked a friend if she was registered to vote.  She looked at me and responded with: “Why vote?” I was shocked by that response. Why vote? There are too many reasons to list. After all, voting isn’t just a right, it’s a privilege. Many years ago, I went on a road trip from Kentucky to […]

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I was one of the first Republicans in Simi Valley to publicly support Steve Knight’s campaign for Congress in 2014. I supported him both because I agreed with his policy positions and because I found him to be someone with integrity whom I could trust to be straight with his constituents, whether he agreed with […]

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