July 15, 2019
  • 11:30 am Cartoon: Vaping
  • 7:30 am Workers’ rights attorney Kipp Mueller launches campaign for State Senate
  • 10:00 am College of the Canyons professor Warren Heaton to challenge Sen. Scott Wilk
  • 10:00 am Military veteran Chris Werthe kicks off Santa Clarita City Council campaign
  • 2:15 pm Assemblymember Christy Smith secures $6.5 million from state budget for local projects
Rock artist Grandson basks under stage lights. Photo courtesy of Grandson.

Millennials could be a massive force in the upcoming election — if they show up at the polls in greater numbers. According to the Pew Research Center, only about 22 percent of eligible voters aged 18 to 35 voted in the 2014 midterms. Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and “The Greatest Generation” all do a better […]

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College of the Canyons has been ranked No. 29 by the Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine’s top 100 colleges and universities list for graduating Hispanic students.

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With all the issues that the public is expected to care about, voters are left with a lot of questions. The long list of electoral issues is such a monster that many of us pick something to focus on – just one little slice of the larger pie that appeals to us the most.

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Photo courtesy of Steve Knight for Congress.

The latest campaign filings show that Rep. Steve Knight’s (R-Palmdale) campaign returned a donation from the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund the day before claiming that the donation was refunded weeks prior.

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Laura Arrowsmith, Saugus Union School District Board Trustee Area 2 candidate, talks to local Girl Scouts. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

Over 65 Girl Scouts from Santa Clarita gathered at Northpark Elementary School with local candidates to learn about civic engagement, government and running for office on Friday, Oct. 12. The “Girl Scout the Vote” event was organized by Girl Scout Troop 1122 leaders, who invited local candidates and elected officials to attend the event. The troop […]

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As Hurricane Michael ravaged the Florida panhandle this week, supporters of President Donald J. Trump – especially the poor, rural whites across the south who resonated with his “America First” message and voted for him in 2016 against their own self-interest – deserved some moral leadership from their president.    Instead of visiting the hurricane […]

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Los Angeles County election officials are alerting residents about a misleading robocall that wrongly claims there is an error in one of the ballot titles for the Nov. 6 election. The circulating call states there is an error printed on the title for one of the propositions in voting materials mailed by County Registrars of […]

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City council candidates gathered for a forum at the College of the Canyons University Center. Sebastian Cazares / The Proclaimer.

City council candidates gathered at the College of the Canyons University Center on Monday, Oct. 8 to discuss their campaigns, the current state of Santa Clarita and their visions for the city. The forum was hosted by the College of the Canyons Civic Engagement Steering Committee, the Santa Clarita Valley League of Women Voters and […]

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Shane Michael Falsey, who was officially accused of a single misdemeanor of annoying phone calls, appeared at the Santa Clarita courthouse for an arraignment on Thursday, Oct. 11. Although Falsey has been also accused of sexual harassment and sexual abuse by dozens of victims online, the official accusation for which he was ordered to appear in […]

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When you vote on Nov. 6, expect to see this phrase a lot: continue voting on next page.

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