Sunday Signal

OCTOBER 6, 2019

Stories In This Issue

Pets
Signal Contributor

Starter supplies for small pets

Cats and dogs may get much of the attention, but small pets can bring just as much to a household as their larger counterparts. Diminutive in size but not personality, hamsters, guinea pigs, ferrets, reptiles, mice and more may be just the right fit for those who desire a pet, but may not have the space or money for large animals.

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Sunday Signal
Signal Contributor

Print like a pro — cleanly and safely

Decades ago, Silicon Valley promised us the “paperless office.” We’ve gotten closer than before thanks to automatic PDF conversion, e-signed contracts and tablet displays, which have spared us millions of reams of paper.

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Kids & Family
Signal Contributor

Make Baked Apple Rings and Applesauce

Baked apple rings are a tasty and nutritious snack you can make in your own kitchen on a chilly fall day. We use zesty apples that friends share with us from their backyard trees, or we buy them at farmer’s markets and apple orchards.

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Seniors
Signal Contributor

Medicare open enrollment tips to save money

Medicare open enrollment is about to kick off. For most people already enrolled in Medicare, the annual open enrollment period (Oct. 15 through Dec. 7) is the only opportunity to make changes to your existing Medicare coverage.

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City Manager
Signal Contributor

Celebrating art in Santa Clarita

Whether you are at your neighborhood library, City Hall or Westfield Valencia Town Center – you will no doubt notice the interesting, thought-provoking and beautiful art pieces that are on display.

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Kids & Family
Signal Contributor

Reduce the risk for sports eye injuries

Encouraging children to play sports can be good for their minds and bodies. However, players risk injury anytime they engage in sports play, and the eyes are among athletes’ most vulnerable body parts.

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Mayor
Signal Contributor

Celebrate ARTober in Santa Clarita

October is eagerly anticipated for tricks, treats, spooks and scares. However, October is also National Arts and Humanities Month. This nationwide celebration recognizes the importance of culture in America.

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Sunday Signal
Michele Buttelman

Exploring the Fresno fruit and vegetable trail

It’s fall and now is the time to load up on fresh, just-picked-from-the-tree fruit. Load the family into the SUV and head out to the Fresno Fruit Trail to experience a day of family fun and great deals on fresh, healthy fruit.

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Sunday Signal
John Boston

Death Cults, Machine Guns & Outlawing the Dreaded Butt…

Back on Oct. 8, 1858, the first Butterfield Overland stagecoach rode through Newhall, Saugus and San Francisquito Canyon. They were greeted in Newhall by a 100-gun salute by the local cowboys and yahoos. When applying for work, do note that “Yahoo” always looks good on a resume…

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