TMU Insider: Baseball makes its move
The Master's University pitcher Robert Winslow, a Saugus High graduate, earned Golden State Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week honors Monday. Courtesy photo

TMU Insider: Baseball makes its move

The Master's University baseball team sure picked the right time to get rolling. After being left for dead just two weeks ago (15-17 overall and 6-10 in the Golden State…

Kevin Buck: So long, farewell, Santa Clarita
Clouds billow in the distance looking north-west at about noon from Dockweiller Drive in Santa Clarita. The Old Town Newhall Library can be seen, lower right, and the homes of Stevenson Ranch are visible on the hills in Feb. 2017. Dan Watson/The Signal

Kevin Buck: So long, farewell, Santa Clarita

The great poet, philosopher and Beatle George Harrison once wrote, “All things must pass.” With that sentiment weighing heavily on me, I am now writing my final column for my…

West Ranch lacrosse locks in on practice, wins another game
Mira Costa's Julian Menendez, left, and teammate Cole Garvey, right, close in around West Ranch's Teo Domic as they chase down a loose ball during a lacrosse game at West Ranch on Monday. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

West Ranch lacrosse locks in on practice, wins another game

On the bus ride home from a double overtime loss on March 24, West Ranch boys lacrosse hit a turning point. The Wildcats were a game below .500, and lacking…

Chad Kampbell: Typical move by GOP
San Jose 2014: Cosplayers dressed as Yip Yip Aliens from Sesame Street. iStock photo

Chad Kampbell: Typical move by GOP

President Trump’s recently proposed budget plan for 2018 is exactly what you would expect from a president trying to emulate recent conservative fiscal orthodoxy. At its core, the budget includes…

Eager crowds, budding photographers are trampling Antelope Valley’s poppies
Visitors travel along the established trails in the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve during March 2017. Facebook photo

Eager crowds, budding photographers are trampling Antelope Valley’s poppies

A record number of visitors are traveling from around the state and country to witness the “super bloom” of flowers and orange covered hillsides at the Antelope Valley California Poppy…

Hospital collects stuffed animals to comfort patients
Cindy Hoffmann-Domaradzki (left) stands beside her granddaughters, Harlow Druez, 3, and Makenzie Druez, 5, surrounded by the teddy bears they donated beside President of Henry Mayo Newhall Foundation Marlee Lauffer (right).

Hospital collects stuffed animals to comfort patients

Hundreds of young visitors to Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital will be comforted by a furry friend as the hospital hosts its annual April Teddy Bear and Friend Drive. Since the…

Filming this week for April 10-16, 2017
Two camera operators film for a local reality show. Dan Watson/Signal

Filming this week for April 10-16, 2017

Film and TV productions bring revenue and jobs to the Santa Clarita Valley. On any given day, you might encounter a film crew. These productions are filming around Santa Clarita…

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