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1978 – Closure of the Southern Pacific Saugus depot; later moved to Heritage Junction in Hart Park [story]

1935 – Voters approve a $ 22,000 building bond to build a larger Saugus school. WPA donated another $ 17,181. [story]

Saugus School

Today in the history of SCV (November 14)

1966 – Pico oil well n ° 4 classified as a national historic monument [story]

Pico n ° 4

The Santa Clarita branch of the NAACP is proud to announce and present seven scholarships for Black / African American students residing in the Santa Clarita Valley.

NAACP Santa Clarita announces $ 13,000 in scholarships

Los Angeles County public health officials on Friday confirmed 25 new deaths and 1,344 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, with 38,325 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Friday COVID roundup: Public health continues to monitor cases in schools

The state’s Superintendent of Public Education, Tony Thurmond, officially launched a task force on Tuesday to improve reading levels for young children.

State superintendent launches working group on improving reading

The California Highway Patrol is committed to helping drivers aged 65 and over maintain their driving range with the support of a one-year federal grant, Keeping Everyone Safe (KEYS) XIII.

Cogeneration continues to help senior drivers with “Aging well, driving smart” courses

The Theater Department at the College of the Canyons will present Sophocles’ Greek tragedy Antigone as its first live performance since 2020.

'Antigone' arrives at the COC's Black Box Theater

1908 – Saugus school district made up of sections of the Newhall and Castaic school districts [story]

Saugus School

Building on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Executive Order and the Federal Partnership to Address the Global Supply Chain Crisis, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is taking immediate action to address the shortage of commercial truck drivers and maintain the rapid flow of goods between California’s largest ports and major distribution centers.

DMV relies on executive order to eliminate bottlenecks in California ports

The Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission on Thursday released its annual analysis of hate crimes reported in Los Angeles County in the 2020 calendar year.

Study: LA County reported highest number of hate crimes in 12 years

SCVi, the founding school of iLEAD, hosted a “College Signing Day” on Wednesday for seven elite athletes who won full scholarships at top colleges across the country.

Seven SCVi student-athletes get full scholarships

Stephanie Stiefel, a Canyon Country veteran and resident, recently testified before the US Department of Education’s Negotiated Regulatory Rulemaking Panel about her experience with the International Academy of Design and Technology.

SCV resident and veteran testify before U.S. education panel

Officials at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital announced an additional death on Thursday, bringing the total number of deaths from COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic to 180, spokesman Patrick Moody confirmed.

Thursday COVID Roundup: 180th death to Henry Mayo

SACRAMENTO – State Senator Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, greets local veterans during a special ceremony held at the historic Santa Clarita Veterans Square.

Wilk recognizes hometown heroes in historic Veterans Square

Some of the Santa Clarita Valley veterans were honored Wednesday at the 11th Annual SCV Chamber of Commerce Patriots Tribute, recognizing these men and women for not only serving their country but also the community.

The Chamber pays tribute to the veterans of the SCV

On Thursday, November 18 at 5:00 pm, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital invites the public to a free screening of “Blood Sugar Rising,” a revealing look at the growing diabetes epidemic in the United States of America.

Henry Mayo to screen PBS documentary on diabetes epidemic

1898 – First act recorded at Vasquez Rocks, by Bertha Wilkens [story]

Vasquez rocks

Los Angeles County public health officials on Wednesday confirmed 34 new deaths and 1,497 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, with 38,206 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Wednesday COVID Roundup: Partners and shelters step up infection prevention

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Missing Persons Unit investigators are asking the public for help in locating missing person Patrice Lanae Conley, aka Pooh.

MPs call for public help in locating missing woman

An arrest warrant was issued for the driver in a hit-and-run investigation on Sloan Canyon Road after he allegedly failed to appear in court on Wednesday, according to law enforcement officials.

Arrest warrant issued for hit-and-run suspect in Sloan Canyon

Start a new holiday tradition with your family and friends by joining the first Christmas tree skating and lighting session at Cube – Ice and Entertainment Center this holiday season.

Skate during the holidays at the Cube

Take a magical trip to the North Pole and back with a special performance of “The Polar Express” at the Cube – Ice and Entertainment Center, in December.

'The Polar Express' arrives at CUBE in December

The California Public Utilities Commission voted unanimously 4-0 to approve an increase in the capacity of the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility to 41.16 billion cubic feet.

Aliso Canyon gas capacity increase approved

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