Marilyn Searcy: The other side of Trump
A woman holds a sign supporting President Trump on Valencia Boulevard on March 25. Bill Reynolds/For The Signal

Marilyn Searcy: The other side of Trump

Here’s my response to Arnold Mann’s Letter to the Editor published June 6 and headlined “sucker punched.” Please do not feel sorry for those who voted for the Republican Party.…

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Saugus grad shares Women’s College World Series championship finals experience
Saugus grad Mariah Lopez pitches against Omaha on March 10, 2017. Photo courtesy Ty Russell

Saugus grad shares Women’s College World Series championship finals experience

When it came to whether or not Florida’s Kayli Kvistad leaned into the pitch that hit her with the bases loaded Tuesday night, Saugus High graduate Mariah Lopez remained noncommittal.…

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Health care uncertainty threatens two-year-old’s life
Jasmine Winning, 2, center, smiles as her mom, Joanna Joshua, right, shows her a photo of a beach trip as her father, Kyle Winning, holds her in their Valencia home on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Jasmine was born with hypoplastic left heart and heterotaxy, meaning she has half a heart and most of her organs are flipped. Her family has been fighting the healthcare system to keep her alive. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Health care uncertainty threatens two-year-old’s life

Jasmine Winning enjoys every minute of each day. The two and a half-year-old Santa Clarita girl wears sparkly red shoes, loves ballet and swimming, climbs all over her parents and…

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