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2007 - Buckweed fire chars 38,356 acres, destroys 21 homes in Canyon Country and Agua Dulce [story]
Buckweed Fire

Storm Rolls Over Thousand Oaks
Wednesday, Aug 24, 2016

Following last week’s rousing win, the Santa Clarita Storm looked to continue their winning ways as they played host to FC Hasental. The visitors came into the match sitting in second place with ten points, while the home side were looking to make up some ground having only seven points. It was...

Storm Dominates in Season’s First Win
Wednesday, Aug 3, 2016

Brett Croft The summer season hasn’t gone quite like the Santa Clarita Storm had hoped. A derby day draw on the opening weekend followed by a loss last week has left a bitter taste in the team’s mouth. Sunday was a chance for the boys to right the ship and collect their first win of the...

Storm Loses Heartbreaker to New Glendale Club
Monday, Jul 25, 2016

As the temperature soared to near-triple digits, the Santa Clarita Storm traveled to Glendale to take on the expansion team ARPA FC. The Storm came into Saturday’s match looking for its first win of the summer after last week’s thrilling draw with Valley United. The Storm started out by putting ARPA...

Storm Wrapping Up Season Today at West Ranch
Saturday, Jun 14, 2014

Santa Clarita Storm vs. F.C. Force West Ranch High School, 26255 Valencia Blvd. 1 p.m. Tickets: $10; under 12 free   Come catch the last regular season NPSL game. The Santa Clarita Storm takes on conference leader FC Force in what will be the most exciting match-up yet. The Force on top of the standings...

Landon, of Santa Clarita Storm, Signs With TMC Soccer
Thursday, Jun 12, 2014

The Master’s College men’s soccer team deepened its roster with the recent signing of Northridge native Scott Landon. “I look forward to being surrounded by a Christian environment while developing my education and athleticism,” commented Landon. “I think all of these factors will help me in...

Storm News: Team Jersey for Nissan’s Dan Sterkel
Thursday, Jun 5, 2014

Presentation Given to Sponsor Dan Sterkel May 2nd was a special night for the Storm not only because their fans and other sponsors provided needed items for Kare Kits for the Michael Hoefflin Foundation. But also because the Storm presented as a sign of appreciation a replica team...

April 4: Men’s Pro Soccer Season Opener
Tuesday, Mar 25, 2014

Welcome to 2014 NPSL Season The 2014 is now under way. I would like to welcome you to the Santa Clarita Storm’s season. We are looking forward to an exciting season with great competition on the field and more Family entertainment off the field. The Storm appreciates your support and is looking...

Jan. 4-5: Open Tryouts for FCSC Storm Soccer
Monday, Dec 2, 2013

2014 is looking to be he best year in the National Premier Soccer League’s 10-year history. With 33 new teams so far for 2014 bringing the total to 84 and more still to come, the NPSL is the largest, fastest growing league in the fourth tier of the US Soccer Federation. The Storm participates in...

FCSC Storm’s Season Ends on a Rule Change
Thursday, Jul 11, 2013

[FSCS] – Saturday July 6 at Del Norte High School in San Diego was the scene of the last game in the NPSL 2013 season. In a game that was two determine who would win the 2nd seed in the 2013 playoffs. the Storm needed a win to move on and the Flash only needing a tie.The game did not disappoint...

FCSC Storm Fizzles in 108-Degree Heat
Monday, Jul 1, 2013

It was 108 degrees at game time Saturday at Harry Welch Stadium where a win for the Storm would have given a two point advantage going in to next weeks game against the Flash. Instead a defensive error  in the 90th minute in the box gave Hasental a penalty kick and the game. It was a pretty even game,...

Newest Additions to SCVNews.com
Senate Republican Leader Scott Wilk, (R-Santa Clarita), delivered a second letter Thursday to ensure accountability on a state-funded COVID-19 testing lab.
Wilk Demands Newsom Admin to Halt Auto-Renew Of No-Bid Contract for Valencia Testing Lab
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Thursday 27 new deaths and 1,167 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 36,924 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Thursday COVID-19 Roundup: SCV Cases Total 36,924; L.A. County Ready to Administer Additional Boosters
Aglaia Mortcheva has spent over 20 years working in animation, from Comedy Central to Nickelodeon and FOX, and is eager to share her insights on turning cartoons into characters people care about as a professor in California State University, Northridge’s animation program in the Department of Art.
CSUN Welcomes Longtime Nickelodeon Animator as Art Department Professor
The city of Santa Clarita’s Volunteer Engagement Program is pleased to partner with the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Nonprofit Council and the SCV Nonprofit Leaders Network for the 2021 Nonprofit Symposium.
City Inviting Area Nonprofits to 2021 Nonprofit Symposium
The end of the season approaches as the Santa Clarita Valley football teams are officially over halfway done with league play.
Week Nine Foothill League Roundup for Trinity, Santa Clarita Christian, Castaic
After a year of virtual celebrations, the only zooming that will be done at the College of the Canyons Fall 2021 Science Talk Star Party will be through actual telescopes.
Oct. 29: COC’s Fall Star Party Returns to Canyon Country Campus
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted 17 students, including Sujin Kim from California Institute of the Arts, winners of the 48th Student Academy Awards competition.
CalArtian Among 17 Winners of Student Academy Awards
Seventeen employees were honored as the Classified Employees of the Year Wednesday night at the William S. Hart Union High School District’s governing board meeting.
Hart Governing Board Recognizes Classified Employees of the Year
Hundreds of Santa Clarita teens gathered on Sunday, Oct. 17, to join actor-influencer Eric Artell in kicking off the “ASMD Baby Food Challenge,” a social media challenge created to raise awareness for local toddler Damian Markham and Wylder Nation Foundation. 
Baby Food Challenge Kicks Off Locally for Terminally-Ill SCV Toddler
2007 - Buckweed fire chars 38,356 acres, destroys 21 homes in Canyon Country and Agua Dulce [story]
Buckweed Fire
Family Promise Santa Clarita in partnership with Williams Homes, And HomeAid LA, will break ground on their new local resource center. 
Family Promise To Break Ground On New Resource Center
Los Angeles County Public Health officials on Wednesday confirmed 31 new deaths and 1,267 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 36,859 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Wednesday COVID-19 Roundup: Public Health Urges Vaccines for Sports Viewing; 36,859 Total SCV Cases
College of the Canyons freshman cross country runner Danielle Salcedo has been named the California Community College Sports Information Association (CCCSIA) Female State Athlete of the Month for September.
COC Cross Country Star Named CCCSIA Athlete of the Month
Caltrans today announced a new Clean California pilot program that offers Adopt-a-Highway volunteers up to $250 for picking up highway litter.
Caltrans Offers Up To $250 For Highway Litter Removal For A Clean California
Zonta Club of Santa Clarita is inviting the public to join their Empower Hour by The i-5 Freedom Network, a non profit anti Human Trafficking organization, to raise awareness about this modern day slavery, what it looks like and what the community can do about it. 
Zonta SCV To Host Human Trafficking Roundtable
William S. Hart Union High School District governing board members are scheduled Wednesday night to discuss and vote on an application to receive $15 million in government funds for COVID-19 relief on campuses.  
Hart District Board To Discuss $15M COVID Relief, New Labor Agreement
Unless they adopt a by-district election system at their next meeting, a lawsuit compelling the Santa Clarita City Council to move away from “at large” voting will be filed under the California Voting Rights Act as early as next week, a Walnut Creek attorney said on Tuesday. 
City Receives Lawsuit Ultimatum Over City ‘At Large’ Voting
1873 - Santa Barbara lawyers Charles Fernald and J.T. Richards purchase Rancho San Francisco (75 square miles of SCV) for $33,000, or 69 cents an acre, in a sheriff's sale [story]
souvenir title report
The last remaining USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Firewatch Cobra Program Vietnam War-era helicopter took its final flight on Saturday as the department transitions to a new era of aerial supervision utilizing modern helicopters and implementing modern technologies like fixed-wing aircraft to service a larger landscape.
US Forest Service to Transition to New Era of Aerial Supervision as Last Remaining Cobra Helicopter Takes Final Flight
Local artist and SCAA member Richard Omura will exhibit his art at The MAIN Theater in Newhall through October 31. The show is titled “Visions of Steampunk” and will include many of his unique mixed media works.
Local Artist to Exhibit Art Show Titled ‘Visions of Steampunk’ at the MAIN
HOPE Theatre Arts announced a live, in-person and free storytime event on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 2:30 p.m. at The Open Book in Canyon Country.
Nov. 7: HOPE Theatre Arts to Present Live Storytime Event in Canyon Country
Los Angeles County Public Health officials on Tuesday confirmed 26 new deaths and 825 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, with 36,800 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. In addition, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital officials confirmed one additional death bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths since the onset of the pandemic to 176.
Tuesday COVID-19 Roundup: Henry Mayo Confirms 176th Death; Public Health Reports 36,800 Total SCV Cases
Safety is always Caltrans’ top priority, and with the annual National Pedestrian Safety Month taking place in October, the department is stepping up its efforts to enhance safety and educate the public on how to keep pedestrians safe.
Caltrans Encourages Community to Help Protect Walkers During National Pedestrian Safety Month