Honoring Those Who Have Served
Staff Sgt. Frederick Carter has lived in his retirement home in Valencia for six years. A five-bedroom, five-bathroom, Mediterranean-style home nestled in the Vista Hills
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce honored local veterans at its ninth annual Patriots Luncheon at the Hyatt Regency on Thursday. Each year, the
Joseph Reyes has been a software developer for more than 50 years now, and he’s good at it. “They used to call me ‘One-time Joe,’”
It’s always the people you least expect. As you sit in front of Bill Vidito, you notice a handful of things: a collared shirt, unwrinkled,
Ashley Bozeman is happier when she’s doing things she can truly believe in, whether that means she’s training dogs at Ray’s Hope: Rescue to Rescue,
The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce announced seven local veterans and community leaders set to be honored at its ninth annual Patriots Luncheon in
Juan Ortiz’s father told him a phrase before he sent his son off as a young teenager to take on New York City. It was
The Santa Clarita Valley Veteran Services Collaborative hosted its first Veteran & Family Mental Health Day, “Pathways to Empowerment,” on Saturday. The mental health day,
When you’re in the military, finding someone who understands the time commitment isn’t always easy, which is why many end up marrying fellow military members.
There’s a reason so many songs and pieces of art are stylized or are in honor of New York City. The people, the food and
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, local residents, veterans and a few Santa Clarita Valley canines came together at The Oaks Club for the fourth
The Santa Clarita Valley Veteran Services Collaborative is hosting its first Veteran & Family Mental Health Day, “Pathways to Empowerment,” on Saturday, June 15. The
Not every veteran can say they found their passion through their time in the military, but David Barragan is certainly among them. “It was a
Eternal Valley held its Memorial Day Tribute on Monday morning — a ceremony that included speeches from Santa Clarita veterans like councilman and former Green Beret Bob Kellar and retired Navy fighter pilot Mike Garcia, a flyover by World War II AT6 aircraft and a rifle salute by the Ronald Reagan Marine Corps League, Simi Valley.
Local veterans and their families gathered early Saturday morning for the Veteran Services Collaborative’s inaugural Memorial Day weekend Backpack Walk at Realty Executives in Newhall.
Kathy Ellis describes retiring from the U.S. Army Reserve as a bride would describe her post-wedding. “I put away my uniform like a bride puts
“To learn to do a skateboard trick, how many times you have to do something to get it right, and you hurt yourself and you
It’s rare to find a Marine who would describe the Corps as “fun.” Yes, you’ll find a consensus among them — from those currently in
Deborah Nance, who answers to “Dee,” describes her mother as the “grandmother” type. “Her funeral was filled with nieces, nephews, grandkids, friends,” Nance said. “They
You can tell Tech. Sgt. Roger Carl is bright. With his quick wit and a deep laugh, he’ll tell you about circuits, grids and how
One of the first things Barney and Jeannie Kort said during an interview about their lives, as they sat across from each other at the
Tommy Martin served in the U.S. Army for six years before moving to California from Florida. “I just wanted something different from where I grew
Meeting the Brave is The Signal’s six-part video series taking a unique snapshot into the valiant efforts taken by six local veterans to protect freedom and the values we have as Americans.
The series is hosted by Vietnam War veteran and Santa Clarita resident Bill Reynolds, one of the “Boys of ’67,” Charlie Company, 4th/47th, 9th Infantry Division.