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
Photos courtesy of Steve Knight for Congress and Katie HIll for Congress.

Rep. Steve Knight (R-Palmdale) and Democratic challenger Katie Hill faced off in a second debate on Thursday to address immigration, health care, voting accessibility, bipartisanship in Congress and national events, including Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings and the special counsel investigation. The forum was scheduled to be a one-hour event with no photography, video or […]

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Photo courtesy of Katie Hill for Congress.

Stephen Daniels of The Talk of Santa Clarita recently interviewed Representative Steve Knight (R-Palmdale), and we put together some highlights from the interview to help our readers get to know the current Representative. Daniels also spoke briefly with Democratic challenger Katie Hill on the evening before her first debate with Rep. Knight. This week, we’re featuring […]

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With less than two months to go until the U.S. midterm elections, our local politicians and candidates are emerging from their most interesting ten days or so in, well, forever – more on that in a moment – while on the national level, President Donald J. Trump’s growing dumpster fire of woes increase the likelihood […]

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After an accreditation team visited The Master’s University to review its practices in March of this year, the team compiled a report stating that the university was again in violation of required reporting responsibilities under the Clery Act and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). The Clery Act mandates all schools receiving Title IV, Higher […]

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Local nonprofit organization feedSCV is auctioning off Santa Clarita’s top chefs for its inaugural fundraiser and gala. FeedSCV was founded in 2015 by Scott Ervin and Todd Wilson. The organization works to “make eating fresh, local and sustainable every day within everyone’s reach,” according to their website. “When we approached the idea of launching our first […]

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On Thursday Sept. 13, the Saugus Teachers Association and the California School Employees Association teamed up to host the Saugus Union School District Board Trustee Candidate Forum, moderated by Special Education Resource Specialist Sandy Belanger. The seven candidates were each given one minute of response time to answer the seven questions posed by Belanger. In […]

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Photos courtesy of Steve Knight for Congress and Katie Hill for Congress.

Rep. Steve Knight (R-Palmdale) and Democratic challenger Katie Hill met face-to-face in a civil, policy-driven debate at the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce on Monday. For decades, the 25th congressional district has been considered a Republican stronghold. This year, it is the battlefield for a closely monitored midterm race that could foreshadow the fate of the […]

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Tom Steyer rallies the crowd at the Need to Vote town hall. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

Wealthy businessman and liberal standard-bearer Tom Steyer delivered a speech and took questions from local residents at a town hall meeting on Monday at the Canyon Club in Valencia. Volunteers were on hand to register voters and recruit new members. The event was put on by the “Need to Vote” campaign one of three political […]

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Over the past few weeks, a non-stop series of escalating disasters have plagued the Trump presidency. In no particular order… Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort was convicted of multiple federal crimes, and he faces the start of yet another criminal trial September 24. Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to eight federal […]

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Bad things happen to good people, they say, but I would amend that to include good restaurants, too. For long-time residents of Santa Clarita, the tale is as old as the city itself: whenever a particularly impressive new eatery makes its home here, adventurous customers proclaim its merits just before the rent goes up and […]

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