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Kevin Strauss named CAPIO’s Communicator of the Year  

News release  The California Association of Public Information Officials recognized Kevin Strauss, communications manager for the Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency, with one of CAPIO’s highest honors — the 2024 Communicator of the Year — during the 2024 awards dinner on May 14 in Indian Wells.  “While he had years of success in the communications field prior to this position,

City sources: Massive studio project stopped 

Progress on an international movie studio’s billion-dollar plans for the gateway to Placerita Canyon has stopped, according to several city of Santa Clarita sources with knowledge of the plans who

The West Creek Inclusive Play Area has earned recognition for its inclusive elements throughout the park. Photo courtesy of the city of Santa Clarita.

City receives trio of public works awards 

News release  The American Public Works Association’s Southern California Chapter once again recognized the city of Santa Clarita for its accomplishments, honoring the city with three public works awards for

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SCV Water wins awards for communication 

News release  The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency has received four awards from the California Association of Public Information Officials (CAPIO).   In addition to three Awards of Distinction for

A flier from the city of Santa Clarita's outreach effort in April 2023, when officials were looking for input on the Town Center Specific Plan, an area that includes Valencia Town Center. The city recently concluded its comment period. Courtesy city of Santa Clarita

Planning Commission signs off on mall plans 

The Santa Clarita Planning Commission unanimously approved its recommendation Tuesday of the Town Center Specific Plan, an effort by planners to keep the mall a retail driver for the city

Twenty-one College of the Canyons fire technology students have received $1,000 scholarships to cover tuition, books and school-related fees. Courtesy photo

21 COC students receive fire technology scholarships 

News release  Twenty-one College of the Canyons fire technology students have received $1,000 scholarships from Edison International to cover tuition, books and school-related fees.   The students are: Brandon Aghakhanian, Alexis

Officials celebrate the 40th anniversary of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital's Trauma Center.

Henry Mayo Trauma Center celebrates 40 years  

There was a message of gratitude Tuesday at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital as a procession of representatives for local elected officials spoke, providing the usual form of recognition — a

Paul Butler: Going the Extra Mile

Paul Butler | Speaking up at work 

I was standing in my favorite bagel store recently, waiting for my order to be processed, and struck up a conversation with a stranger also waiting for hers. She started