Honoring Those Who Have Served
Amid numerous facility closures and health concerns across the world, the Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative has announced a reduction of hours and services for their veteran center.
For anyone who has ever known a set of twins, it’s widely believed, whether true or not, that there is some kind of telekinetic bond
In April 1981, Terry Collier enlisted in the Navy, motivated to follow in her father’s footsteps.
“Because he was in the Navy I never considered any other branch, that just would have been weird,” she said. “Watching my dad study so diligently and work so hard for advancement in ranking really helped make me better at studying.”
Leonard Snyder didn’t have an easy childhood, and by 18, he had experienced more than his share of hardships. “It was rougher than rough,” Snyder
You don’t need to be Beethoven, Bach or Mozart to change someone’s life through music. You don’t need to be heard in concert halls, have
Shane Steinhart chose the Navy because he was a good swimmer. “I really didn’t like camping or being in the dirt all that much — I like fishing, and I would rather be on a boat. I could jump off the boat and go swimming,” Steinhart said. “The only deciding factor really was for me was the Marines or the Navy. I scored high enough on the ASVAB score that they were kind of fighting over me.”
While growing up, Bob Comer was easily bored when it came to schoolwork, and didn’t take it seriously. “I wasted a lot of time,” he
“The sea is only the embodiment of a supernatural and wonderful existence. It is nothing but love and emotion; it is the Living Infinite.” —
Sandra Smith loves being a PTA mom, having a good laugh with friends and being a part of her community, as well. But there’s also
Staff Sgt. Jim McGuire is the patriarch of a family of artists. His woodworking with a scroll saw became his refuge after a long day’s
Vietnam veteran Jerry Peterson has always been extremely patriotic, so much so that his truck is decked out with a number of stickers and decals.
Sitting in her house is a letter from the Acting Naval Secretary Thomas Modly. Under his letterhead, Modly wrote a handful of kind words followed
Though not many can say their entire career was a good one, Fred Gesin certainly can. “For a 44-year career of working, nobody has had
Community members gathered together Saturday night to honor the military, both past and present, with the 14th annual Christmas tree and Menorah lighting in the
Artistry and childlike wonder go hand-in-hand. Rudy Pavini says he’s never grown up and never wanted to. Sure, he served in the military for six
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.