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1935 - Voters approve $22,000 construction bond to build a bigger Saugus School. WPA kicked in another $17,181. [story]
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Lady Mustangs Soccer Trio Honored as All-GSAC
Thursday, Nov 7, 2019

By Mason Nesbitt, Sports Information Director A year ago, the following sentence might have confused anyone who closely follows The Master’s University women’s soccer team. Sarah Stead, Kayla Peterson and Kyndel Borman have all been crucial components of the Mustangs’ offensive attack...

Mustangs Men’s Basketball Home Winning Streak Extends to 39

By Mason Nesbitt, Sports Information Director This was not the first high-pressure situation Jay Turley had faced in his young basketball career. The Master’s University freshman played in tight situations in front of packed gyms while at Westchester High in Los Angeles. So, the fact that he beat...

Three Mustangs Selected to All-GSAC Men’s Soccer Squad
Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019

By Mason Nesbitt, Sports Information Director Three members of The Master’s University men’s soccer team have been selected to the All-Golden State Athletic Conference squad, news released by the conference on Tuesday. Graduate students Cameron Molyneux and Dylan Bielanski and senior Luis...

Mustangs Basketball 2019-2020 Preview
Thursday, Oct 24, 2019

By: Mason Nesbitt, Sports Information Director The Master’s University men’s basketball team knows the question is inevitable. The Mustangs aren’t running from it. After consecutive first-round exits from the NAIA national tournament, one as the No. 1 overall seed, players say they...

Lady Mustangs Swim Team Qualifies for Nationals
Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019

By: Mason Nesbitt, Sports Information Director For the second time in as many years, The Master’s University women’s swim team wasted no time qualifying a pair of relays for NAIA nationals. The Mustangs’ 200-yard medley and 200 freestyle relays each hit qualifying standards on Saturday...

Dudeck Wins Tahoe Intercollegiate, Mustangs Take Second
Wednesday, Oct 9, 2019

You could say that Jack Dudeck saved the best for last – the last tournament of the fall, that is. After finishing in a fourth-place tie on the first day of the Lake Tahoe Intercollegiate on Monday, the sophomore fired a three-over par 75 a day later to win the event on the Incline Village Championship...

Mustangs Golf in 2nd Place After Day 1 in Tahoe
Tuesday, Oct 8, 2019

By: Mason Nesbitt, Sports Information Director From time to time, Jacob Hicks’ father, Mike, stops by to help coach The Master’s University men’s golf team. This, if it weren’t for Mike’s profession, might not be worth noting. But Mike has long been a caddie on the PGA...

TMU Volleyball Bounces Back with Win Over Menlo
Monday, Oct 7, 2019

The Master’s University women’s volleyball team overcame any physical and mental obstacles Saturday afternoon to post a four-set win over visiting Menlo. A day match after an evening one is always a concern, especially after a loss. “We had a great team meeting prior to the match to...

TMU Volleyball: Strong 3rd Set Not Enough to Win

The TMU volleyball team could not retain the momentum that came from earning its most impressive win of the season last weekend. Just days after the Mustangs beat No. 21 Vanguard University in come-from-behind fashion, Master’s again fell down early but this time couldn’t fully turn the night...

Men’s Soccer: TMU Mustangs Edged by Late Vanguard Goal

The Master’s University Mustangs men’s soccer team’s defense was under heavy pressure in its match on Thursday at Vanguard. The host Lions pounded away at the Mustangs from late afternoon into early evening, posting a jaw-dropping 27 shots, 12 of those on goal. Mustang goalie Price...

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Two people were killed and four others, all students, were wounded when they were shot at Saugus High School Thursday morning.
2 Dead, 4 Wounded in Saugus High School Shooting
“Shooter, Shooter! There’s a shooter!” That was the first thing Saugus High School 10th-grader Nathan Ephren remembers hearing while he walked onto campus Thursday morning.
Saugus High Shooting Survivors Share Their Stories
Public officials released statements and posted social media comments Thursday in the wake of the Saugus High School shooting Thursday morning.
Officials Weigh in on Saugus High School Shooting
The Santa Clarita community responded quickly to come to the aid of those affected by the shootings at Saugus High School Thursday morning.
Community Reaches Out to Those Affected by Saugus High Shooting
It was like any other day of the week for the Branch and Beltran families — making breakfast, getting ready for the day’s routine — until they heard a swarm of police surround Saugus High School on Thursday morning as an active shooter incident developed.
Centurion Way Residents React to Saugus High Shooting
1935 - Voters approve $22,000 construction bond to build a bigger Saugus School. WPA kicked in another $17,181. [story]
Saugus School
Today in SCV History (Nov. 14)
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to approve the transfer of the operation of the John Anson Ford Theatres to the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association.
County Names LA Phil New Operator of Ford Theatres
The candidate filing period for the March 3, 2020, Presidential Primary Election is now open, Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean C. Logan announced Tuesday.
Filing Period Now Open for 2020 Primary Candidates
The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District will hold its regular meeting, Thursday, Nov. 14, at 7:00 p.m.
Nov. 14: Greater LA County Vector Control Regular Meeting
Five College of the Canyons students won the People’s Choice Award at the International Interior Design Association's LA Haunt Couture show on Thursday, Oct. 24.
Five COC Students Win Interior Design Award
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a motion authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn and co-authored by Supervisor Sheila Kuehl Tuesday to address the Board and Care crisis throughout the county.
LA County to Intervene to Prevent Board and Care Closures
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies detained a man Wednesday who reportedly threatened to jump from a freeway overpass, after a reported disturbance on an out-of-town bus trip.
One Detained in Bizarre I-5 Freeway Disturbance
With the holiday season just around the corner, the College of the Canyons School of Visual and Performing Arts, or VAPA, has an exciting lineup of shows that are sure to delight family and friends of all ages well into the next year.
COC Visual, Performing Arts Sets Holiday Concerts at PAC
The Women’s Council of Realtors of Santa Clarita Valley invites local residents to help celebrate the installation of its 2020 Board members at the Sand Canyon Country club on Friday, November 22, at 6 p.m.
Nov. 22: Women’s Council of Realtors to Install 2020 Board
Santa Clarita veterans and residents are invited to board a Santa Clarita Transit coach for a patriotic ride to Knott’s Berry Farm for on Sunday, November 17.
Nov. 17: City Bus Service to Knott’s for ‘Military Tribute Days’
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisors Kathryn Barger and Hilda Solis that adopts a framework and associated funding to help the county's cities address their individual homelessness challenges.
County Adopts Initiative for City Homelessness Funding
The Sulphur Springs Union School District board of trustees was scheduled Tuesday to consider the authorization of a $78 million bond measure to be placed on the March 2020 ballot.
Sulphur Springs Considers $78M School Bond Measure
The Santa Clarita Valley’s top cop, Capt. Robert Lewis, took a moment Tuesday to reflect on a county report showing the SCV Sheriff’s Station received the second-highest number of commendations from the public and tied for third place for receiving the most complaints among Los Angeles County sheriff’s stations, bureaus and divisions.
Capt. Lewis Reflects on Latest OIG Findings
The Santa Clarita City Council voted Tuesday night to extend a temporary ban on new sales of flavored tobacco products through October 2020.
City Council Extends Moratorium on Flavored Tobacco Products
Governor Gavin Newsom and First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom joined the California Museum, the state's official history museum, in announcing the 13th class of inductees into the California Hall of Fame.
Dec. 13: Induction of California Hall of Fame 13th Class
Detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station would like to hear from Castaic residents who might help solve a series of property thefts from vehicles late Monday night.
Detectives Seek Info on Vehicle Property Thefts in Castaic
Department of Water Resources officials lifted a caution advisory Friday about the threat of algae for both Pyramid Lake and Castaic Lake.
Algae Threat Removed for Pyramid Lake, Castaic Lake
A man identified by deputies as a transient was arrested in Newhall on the weekend on suspicion of attempted arson after allegedly setting magazines and papers on fire and then throwing them in planters.
Detectives Arrest Transient on Suspicion of Attempted Arson
1966 - Pico No. 4 oil well listed as a National Historic Landmark [story]
Pico No. 4