Cowboy Festival rides on into Sunday, features chili cook-off
Aaron Tenbears, left, dress in Native American regalia and Trooper Michael Shipman, of The New Buffalo Soldiers pose for a photo at The 2019 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival held at William S. Hart Park in Newhall. Dan Watson/The Signal

Cowboy Festival rides on into Sunday, features chili cook-off

The wild west stayed in town for another day as the Cowboy Festival continued at William S. Hart Park and Heritage Junction on Sunday. The day began with services and…

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Herta’s Long Beach debut ends in disappointment
Colton Herta talks to some fellow IndyCar drivers at a media luncheon prior to the Long Beach Grand Prix. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Herta’s Long Beach debut ends in disappointment

On the heels of becoming the youngest ever race winner in the 23 year history of the IndyCar Series at the IndyCar Classic at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas two weeks ago and a disappointing last-place finish due to a fuel pickup issue at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama, Santa Clarita resident Colton Herta looked to rebound in front of the hometown fans at the Long Beach Grand Prix Sunday afternoon.

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Gilchrist Farm keeps ancient arts alive with mounted archery program
Thirteen-year-old Dessiree Donatelli attended Gilchrist Farm's mounted archery class with her Girl Scout troop on Sunday. Matt Fernandez/The Signal

Gilchrist Farm keeps ancient arts alive with mounted archery program

The 11 girls of Girl Scout Troop 6556 were transported back in time as they learned the ancient art of mounted archery on Sunday, surrounded by the rolling green hills…

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Keeping in good health while pushing past limits
Along with staying in shape, Chrissy Rescigno said she's thought of becoming a personal trainer, possibly helping others maintain a steady diet. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

Keeping in good health while pushing past limits

Chrissy Rescigno walked through CrossFit Coveted with a weight in each hand, about to sit down for her workout. At 61, the Santa Clarita resident devotes five days of each…

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April gardening tips: What works best for gardens, lawns
Build a garden shed and raised vegetable gardens to give you tasty food and decorate your yard.

April gardening tips: What works best for gardens, lawns

As temperatures warm in Santa Clarita, the likelihood of rain dwindles away. After a year of generous precipitation the sunshine is welcome, but garden plants will need irrigation just as…

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Seaver serves Henry Mayo and his community
Roger Seaver, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital President & CEO, left, meets with Darrin Privett, M.D. Emergency Medicine Physician at the Henry Mayo Newhall Emergency Room. Dan Watson/The Signal

Seaver serves Henry Mayo and his community

Born in the American heart- land, Roger Seaver, president and CEO of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in Valencia, traveled to California to build his life, and to the Santa Clarita…

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