OCTOBER 6, 2019
Stories In This Issue
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.
The Foothill League is loaded with talented girls tennis players this year, but the race to the top of the standings figures to once again be between West Ranch and Valencia.
Halloween is a chance to celebrate whimsy and fantasy and have fun. Halloween is not complete without dressing up in costumes and taking on an alternate persona.
Skip the dehydrating alcohol, artificial flavorings and unhealthy refined sugar to serve up a natural, fruit-based drink — a mocktail — when you’re planning your next party.
If you like lots of laughs and don’t mind a little bit of watermelon, literally, in your comedy, then there’s an upcoming show you should check out while there’s still time.
Sponsored by Santa Clarita Valley’s VIP Network Group, “Hole Lot Of Fun” is an adults only yearly fundraiser benefiting local Santa Clarita Valley organizations Tidings For Teens and Veterans Advocacy.
I just made Japanese-style chicken from a recipe I found online. I printed out a list of ingredients and headed for the grocery store, because for some reason, I couldn’t find anything called mirin in my fridge.
A cancer diagnosis is often scary and overwhelming. It takes an enormous emotional, physical and financial toll on those with the disease and with their family and friends.
For many Americans, making the jump to buying that first house is a significant achievement that allows them to put their mark on their own space, while creating room for family and pets.
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…
Though Myron Sproul has now been retired longer than he worked, he still has many fond memories of his 30-year career as an educator here