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1821 - SCV (and Alta Calif.) becomes territory of Mexico, during war for Mexican independence from Spain [story]


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Cougars Cinch Championship
Saturday, Nov 9, 2013

The College of the Canyons Cougars clinched their first conference championship since 2009 with a 27-10 win over the Cerritos College Falcons. The Cougars came into Saturday’s game tied with the Falcons for first in the Northern Conference. The Cougars took the field at Cougar Stadium led by first...

6 COC Football Players Commit
Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013

Six College of the Canyons football players have committed to 4-year universities: DE Justyn Eddins  –  6’4″   235lbs So.   –       Wyoming CB Kori Gaines   –      5’9″    165lbs. Fr.    –      UNLV OT Lloyd Tunstill  –  6’4″   315lbs. So....

Loss to Bakersfield Finishes Cougars’ Football Season
Monday, Nov 14, 2011

COC head coach Garett Tujague It was a disappointing end to an equally disappointing season. The Cougars went into Saturday’s game hoping to salvage their season with a win over their bitter rivals, the Bakersfield College Renegades. The rain had stopped and the skies cleared – everything pointed...

Cougars Maul East L.A. Huskies, 42-17
Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011

The College of the Canyons Cougars came into their final non-conference home game against the East Los Angeles Huskies looking to carry their momentum into conference play. The Cougars offense found their stride last week at Citrus College with Quarterback Chris Rini and Wide Receivers Chris Rivas and...

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1821 - SCV (and Alta Calif.) becomes territory of Mexico, during war for Mexican independence from Spain [story]
The foxtail is one of the most dangerous plants to animals. Dogs get the spiky, dry flowers in their ears, eyes, between their toe pads and even under their skin. Even humans get these weeds stuck in their socks, shoes and clothing. There is a safe way to eradicate them.
The Dreaded Foxtail | Commentary by Mari Carbajal
The new 46,000-square-foot facility which includes Admissions & Records; computer labs; a Welcome Center; Financial Aid; Career Center; College of the Canyons Foundation; Community Education; Non-Credit and Continuing Education; Re-Entry Services; Switchboard/ Mailroom; Student Services; Public Information; Instruction; and Administrative offices.
COC Hosts Canyons Hall Ribbon Cutting/Open House
CSUN will house nearly 500 athletes from Azerbaijan, Greece, Malta, Serbia, Venezuela and Vietnam from July 21-24 as they train and prepare for the Special Olympics World Games.
CSUN to Host 500 Special Olympians During World Games Prep
Tonight on SCV NewsBreak, California Highway Patrol officers are investigating a fatal crash that resulted in two deaths on Soledad Canyon Road in Canyon Country plus the owner of Tandoori Grill in Valencia was arrested for holding another man against his will and forcing him to work.
SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, March 25, 2015
The Board action represents the first comprehensive update to development regulations in the unincorporated areas since 1980.
Supervisors Update Development Regulations for Unincorporated Communities
Santa Clarita Valley deputies arrested a restaurant owner for involuntary servitude and human trafficking charges, officials said.
Newhall Man Arrested For Human Trafficking Charge
Santa Clarita officials voted to abandon red-light cameras throughout the city Tuesday, after a 3-2 vote and questions about their cost and efficiency.
Santa Clarita To Remove Red Light Cams
The district­wide competition is sponsored by the Adapted Physical Education Department and the Special Olympics, with a goal of stimulating an interest in physical activity among students receiving specialized instruction, and rewarding those who achieve.
March 31: Hart Games, ­Track and Field Meet
"Art for Jack" celebrates the artistic and creative talent of children with art workshops, professional and student exhibits, and a concert of young performing artists, including works of Paganini, Tchaiovsky, and Mozart, to help raise awareness for pediatric brain tumors—specifically DIPG, which has had no survivors in more than 30 years.
May 3: “Art for Jack” Music and Art Festival for Children
California Highway Patrol officers are investigating the fatal crash which was reported around 8:45 a.m. in the 13100 block of Soledad Canyon Road, according to Los Angeles County Fire officials, who responded to the scene along with CHP officers.
Head-On Collision Kills 2 in Canyon Country
Two patients, one who waited seven years, underwent a newly approved heart procedure today at Providence Saint John’s Health Center utilizing a device that guards against stroke and blood clots for those who suffer from irregular heart rhythms – atrial fibrillation, according to a news release.
Providence Patients Receive Newly Approved Heart Device
1889 - Castaic School District established [story]
Experience the joy of drawing from observation as well as more expressive and experimental approaches. Explore various drawing mediums such as color pencils, pastels, and even learn about art geometry. Students will practice different types of drawing; lines, shading, portrait drawing still life, landscape, and much more.
SCV Senior Center Welcomes New Art Instructor, Charity Vincent
On a motion by Mayor Michael D. Antonovich, the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to end the immediate construction of a network of antenna sites proposed as part of a dedicated emergency communication system.
Supervisors Halt Emergency Cell Tower Network
Tickets are on sale now for the Valley Industry Association 2015 B2B & CEO Forum happening May 8, 2015 at the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center.
May 8: VIA B2B & CEO Forum
Tonight on SCV NewsBreak, Santa Clarita City Council elections could be changing and income tax could be disappearing, plus see over 500 students take over the Hart High School Auditorium. Click the link above to see those stories and more on tonight's edition of SCV NewsBreak.
SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Palmdale Station Detectives are seeking the public’s help in locating a suspect wanted for identity theft and a suspect wanted for domestic violence, both believed to be in the Antelope Valley area.
March 24: Palmdale’s Most Wanted
Free training sessions for local entrepreneurs, from the Small Business Development Center at College of the Canyons.
How to Fund Your Small Business; More from SBDC
Students at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) are developing original audio and visual material specifically tailored to envelop audiences in a 360-degree viewing environment. Working with Vortex Immersion Media, CalArts students are creating digital content for the company’s state-of-the-art dome theater, located at LA Center Studios, in downtown Los Angeles.
May 8-9: CalArts Students to Immerse Viewers in 360-Degree Dome
Whole Foods in Valencia will donate five percent of all sales to Bridge to Home on Wednesday, March 25. The event will run 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Valencia Whole Foods store at 24130 Valencia Blvd., Santa Clarita.
Whole Foods Hosting Bridge to Home Fundraiser Wednesday
During a discussion at the 2015 Cal Tax Annual Members meeting, Board of Equalization Vice Chair George Runner suggested replacing California’s income tax with a sales tax on services to make life easier for taxpayers.
Senator Runner Suggests Elimination of State Income Tax
An Indiana woman concerned her teen daughter is living as a runaway in Santa Clarita is asking for the community’s help.
Indiana Mother Suspects Teen Daughter Is Santa Clarita Runaway
County supervisors are expected to approve moving Santa Clarita City Council elections, days before one of the men who prompted the change is scheduled to speak.
L.A. County OKs Move Of Santa Clarita City Council Election