Photos of the Week: Feb. 25 – March 4, 2017

Columns of colored corn starch shoot into the air as dozens of more experienced runners leave the starting line in the first of two 5K runs at the fourth annual Santa Colorita Fun Run held at Castaic Lake Recreation area in Castaic on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Erika Bird, left, and Kailey Bird, 12, run in the first of two 5K runs at the fourth annual Santa Colorita Fun Run held at Castaic Lake Recreation area in Castaic on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
One of the runners participating in the fourth annual Santa Colorita Fun Run is hit in the face with colored cornstarch as he runs in the event held at Castaic Lake Recreation area in Castaic on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
A Canyon High School student, right, throws colored cornstarch on the runners as they pass by while participating in the fourth annual Santa Colorita Fun Run held at Castaic Lake Recreation area in Castaic on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
A runner, left, sprays his fellow runner with purple cornstarch as they leave the starting line during the second, more family friendly, of two 5K runs held at the fourth annual Santa Colorita Fun Run held at Castaic Lake Recreation area in Castaic on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Kari Dauer-Hewitt briefs volunteers on the search for Will Cierzan at the command post in the Albertsons parking lot in Valencia on Saturday. Samie Gebers/The Signalmore
Daniel Magdalla, 9, left, assists his brother Joseph, 4, as Tracy Clayton positions him in from of a height chart for a photo to be included in an identity kit at the Farmers Insurance booth during the the Family Resource Fair held at Golden Valley High School on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Golden Valley ASB students organizes their handout materials as they man the Golden Valley High School booth at the Family Resource Fair held at Golden Valley High School on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
From left to right, Valencia High's Kayla Konrad, Ashlee Ane and Jade Jordan helped lead Viking girls hoops to its first-ever CIF title. Jayne Kamin-Oncea/For The Signalmore
The Valencia High girls basketball team charges the court after defeating Oaks Christian. Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/For The Signalmore
Santa Clarita Resident Josh Lever looks at the dog, Stella, as she nuzzles up against the camera at Golden Valley Dog Park on Sunday. Nikolas Samuels/The Signalmore
A membe of the Santa Clarita Philharmonic performs during the fourth Annual Pops Concert featuring Emeralde at the auditorium at William S. Hart High School in Newhall on Sunday. Nikolas Samuels/The Signalmore
Captain Roosevelt Johnson starts off a press conference on Monday, Feb. 26, 2017, about the $20,000 reward offered for information leading to the arrest of the person who hit and killed 15-year-old Desiree Lawson on Dec. 26, 2016. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
The Boston Bruins' Kevan Miller, a Santa Clarita native, keeps his eye on the offense during a hockey game at Staples Center against the Los Angeles Kings on Feb. 23, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
A man on a stretcher is restrained after an incident on a Santa Clarita city bus near Golden Triangle Road and Ruether Avenue on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. (Austin Dave/The Signal)more
Hart pitcher Bryce Collins (21) throws a pitch during a non-league game against Notre Dame - Sherman Oaks at Hart on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
Stevenson Ranch resident Hunter Greene has signed a $7.23 million bonus with the Reds, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
Hart's Tori Waldeck (6) holds her head after a Hart shot on goal hit the goal post against Mater Dei in overtime at Hart on Tuesday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Scott Cameron, center, a wildlife biologist with Ecological Scientists Inc. contracted by the City of Santa Clarita, talks with Heather Merenda, right, of the city's environmental services division, and the department's intern, Kelsey Alter, left, as they look for patches of arundo, as seen in the foreground, in the Santa Clara River near the end of Avenue Tibbitts on Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
Scott Cameron, a wildlife biologist with Ecological Scientists Inc. contracted by the city, points at a patch of arundo (not pictured) from where he stands in the middle of the Santa Clara River near the end of Avenue Tibbitts on Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Cameron says the riverbed is the most clear of arundo he's seen it in a decade. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
Chiquita Canyon's district manager Steve Cassulo gives a tour of the landfill on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, to members of the public and county commissioners on the proposed expansion of the landfill. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
Chiquita Canyon's district manager Steve Cassulo gives a tour of the landfill on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, to members of the public and county commissioners. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
Golden Valley's Nicole Smart is part of a deep Grizzlies lineup this season. Signal file photomore
Golden Valley's Sophia Medellin (12) waits for the ball and makes the tag at second base on Lancaster baserunner Alvssa Tami (3) at Golden Valley on Wednesday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Supporters in bright green and opponents in various shades of red attended a meeting at Rancho Pico Junior High March 1 to voice their support or concerns about the proposed expansion at the Chiquita Canyon landfill for county commissioners who were to decide on the fate of the project March 1, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
Grace Franyutti, 5, center, wears a "Cat in the Hat" hat as she joins her kindergarten classmates as they hold hand puppet characters from the book "Alowishes (cq) Unusual Birthday" during a presentation for students at Santa Clarita Elementary School in Saugus on Thursday as part of the Read Across America event. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Author Carole Cliffe holds up a clock as she reads from her book "Raps, Riddles and Rhymes for All Time" which presents the message that manners matter for a group of transitional kindergarten and kindergarten students at Santa Clarita Elementary School in Saugus in celebration of author Dr. Seuss' birthday on Thursday as part of the Read Across America program, now in it's twentieth year. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
North Park Elementary second graders watch as classmate Olive Tellegan, 8, dances her favorite flamenco move during a presentation for the PAC K-12 Arts Education Outreach prorgam's flameco unit, taught by teaching artist Linda Andrade, on Thursday, March 2, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
North Park Elementary second graders watch as classmate Eileen Kim, 8, dances her favorite flamenco move during a presentation for the PAC K-12 Arts Education Outreach prorgam's flameco unit, taught by teaching artist Linda Andrade, on Thursday, March 2, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signalmore
zSpace Sales Director David Cisneros, second from left, demonstrates 3D, Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality programs on display inside the zSpace mobile classroom which was parked at the Honor Grove on the College of the Canyons, Valencia campus in March. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Actor Corey Feldman reads the book "I Can Read with My Eyes Shut" by Dr. Suess for the students at Fair Oaks Community School in Canyon Country on Thursday in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday and as part of the twentieth annual Read Across America event on Thursday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Actor Corey Feldman, center, and his wife Courtney take a selfie with students at Fair Oaks Community School in Canyon Country on Thursday as part of the twentieth annual Read Across America event on Thursday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore
Actor Corey Feldman is mobbed as he signs autographs for students at Fair Oaks Community School in Canyon Country on Thursday. Feldman came to the school to read a Dr. Seuss book in celebration of Seuss' birthday and as part of the twentieth annual Read Across America event on Thursday. Dan Watson/The Signalmore

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