May 26, 2019
  • 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?
  • 9:00 am Cartoon: Keep it positive
  • 8:00 am Academy of the Canyons students lead on addressing sexual assault
City officials get ready to cut the ribbon on the new undercrossing. Lisa Derlighter / The Proclaimer

City officials and community members gathered for the cutting of the ribbon for Santa Clarita’s new San Francisquito Creek Trail undercrossing on Sept. 28.

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Linus, the Project Linus mascot, rides along in a basket of blankets. Photo courtesy of Project Linus Santa Clarita Valley / Antelope Valley / Sylmar Chapter.

The Santa Clarita chapter of Project Linus held yet another successful Make-A-Blanket Day on Sept. 22 at Golden Valley High School.

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Garry Peterson, center, walks with his bandmates in The Guess Who's promotional photo. Photo courtesy of Garry Peterson.

Garry Peterson is totally safe. When he tells me this early in our conversation, I sigh with relief: Peterson lives in North Carolina, where Hurricane Florence has carved its treacherous path over the last two weeks. We had never met, but I was still worried about him.

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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance to limit the keeping of roosters in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County on Tuesday Sept. 25. Unincorporated areas in the Santa Clarita Valley include Castaic, Val Verde and Stevenson Ranch. This action was taken to curtail ongoing problems with illegal cockfighting and associated criminal […]

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Photo courtesy of William S. Hart Union High School District.

An estimated 4,000 students and their parents attended the 2018 College & Career Fair at Golden Valley High School on Thursday Sept. 20. The annual event is hosted by the Career & College Readiness department of the William S. Hart Union High School District. Over 110 universities and colleges had representatives on hand to tell […]

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Photo courtesy of Sinbad.

As he bounded onto center stage at The Canyon Santa Clarita on Saturday, trombone in hand and goatee meticulously manicured, the comedian and erstwhile film star known as Sinbad found himself caught in a flurry of goodwill. Much of that was due to the revelry kicked up by his righteous opening act, Sheree Dunn and […]

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It’s traditionally been easy to sweep the dynamic and the bold under the heavy blanket of suburban sprawl. With three colleges in the valley and Los Angeles just an hour or so away, creative talent is brewing in the Santa Clarita Valley. Artists of all mediums — music, visual, dance, writing, film, multimedia — are weaving together the […]

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For decades polls have demonstrated a consistent, overwhelming plurality of Americans favor a woman’s right to choose and access to safe, legal abortion. This is a major reason why Democratic senators have lined up against President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, federal district judge Brett Kavanaugh.   Elections have consequences. One of them is […]

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A brush fire broke out near Castaic Lake on Saturday afternoon and has spread to 3,380 acres with 10% containment as of 7:31 a.m., according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. The Charlie fire was reported just before 3 p.m., according to the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff’s station. Mandatory evacuations remain in […]

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From left to right: TimBen Boydston, Brett Haddock, Logan Smith, Diane Trautman. Photos courtesy of candidates' campaigns.

The Canyon Country Advisory Committee hosted a forum for city council candidates on Wednesday Sept. 19. Candidates TimBen Boydston, Brett Haddock, Logan Smith, Diane Trautman and Sankalp Varma were the first candidates to participate in the CCAC’s city council candidate forum series. Since a total of fifteen candidates qualified to appear on the November ballot, the […]

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