| Today in the history of SCV (July 6)

1850 -City founder Henry Mayo Newhall arrives in California in search of gold [story]

Carousel Ranch has announced plans for the 25th Heart of the West Kid’s Dinner, Auctions and Horse Riding Demonstrations starting Saturday, August 28, 2021 at 6 p.m.

August 28: Carousel Ranch announces the 25

When driving around the city of Santa Clarita, you may not be able to focus on smooth roads, beautifully landscaped center lines, or intuitive upgraded traffic lights. These often overlooked systems help improve quality of life and are part of capital improvement projects.

Monthly Message from the City Manager of Santa Clarita - July 2021

The Santa Clarita Valley Local Special Education Plan area and its member districts actively support all people with exceptional needs from birth to 22 years old, including infants and children whose parents are enrolled in schools. private. I try.

SCV SELPA provides information on special education programs available at local schools

The Santa Clarita Valley Water Authority board of directors is scheduled for Tuesday to discuss a return to the face-to-face meeting starting August 3.

SCV Water discusses the return to the board face-to-face

Los Angeles County public health officials on Monday confirmed two new deaths and 284 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, for a total of 28,369 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

COVID-19 summary Monday: total number of 28,369 cases of SCV.  A new vaccine raffle has started

California voters will go to vote on September 14 and vote again for the governor of Golden State. California Secretary of State Shirley Weber on Thursday approved a petition to bring back Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom.

Newsom's national recall election day set for September 14

Placerita Canyon Corp. will return to court later this summer in ongoing litigation with Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio over a deal between a group of residents and a nearby movie ranch that uses the group’s doors. ..

Placerita Canyon Corp. challenges complaint in second Melody Ranch proceeding

A tumbleweed fire on the south side of Interstate 5 from Gorman on Sunday remained at 1,000 acres and 10% containment Monday morning.

Tumbleweed fire burns 1,000 acres with 50% containment

1914 -The Reverend Walcott H. Evans, future “Minister of Disasters”, appointed pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Newhall [story]


The Canyon Country Fire Department is the first Los Angeles County fire department to welcome a comfort dog to the team.

SCV Embrace Therapy Dog Echo LA County Firefighter

When a group of teenagers realized that the American flag planted on a nearby hill was no longer there, they set about restoring the Stevenson Ranch emblem to its former glory. ..

Stevenson Ranch Teens plant a flag on the hill

1932 -Robert Poor won a greased pole climbing competition and $ 2.50 at New Hall’s 4th of July celebration [story]

July 4th parade

1925 -In a letter, Wyatt Earp asks his friend William S. Hart to portray him in a movie and to correct “a lie about me”. The heart never did. [story]

Heart Wyatt Earp

1869 -Sanford Lyon (as Lions Avenue) was appointed postmaster of Petropolis (now Eternal Valley Cemetery) [story]

Sanford Lyon

The 2007 Legends FC Santa Clarita Valley Girls team fought for the 2021 US Youth Soccer (USYS) Farr West Regional Final in Boise, Idaho on Sunday. The USYS National Championship was held in Bradenton, Sarasota, Florida from Monday July 19 through Sunday July 25, 2021.

Local girls' club soccer team heads to Florida to try their luck with national title

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department on Thursday confirmed the highest number of COVID-19 cases in a day since mid-April, with 506 new cases. This is a new case which has more than doubled in two weeks.

Thursday's COVID-19 Summary: LA County is monitoring an increase in new cases of the delta variant.  Total number of SCV cases 28,298

As the next phase of strategic planning begins, the City of Santa Clarita encourages residents to provide information to help shape the new overhaul.

A city that invites residents to give their opinion on the redesign of the website

The California Department of Transportation completely closed all lanes of Burbank Interstate 5 for bridge construction, Northbound I-5 for two nights, and Southbound I-5 for the next two nights. It will be completely closed.

Construction of the Burbank Bridge to close I-5 for 4 nights starting July 6

Murder investigators are seeking information on the death of Susangiraum, 44, whose body was found on June 15 under an elevated camp near Camp Plenty Road.

Murder detective investigating suspicious death of woman in Canyon Country

In June, the SCV Water Board of Directors adopted two key plans to achieve SCV Water’s short and long term water planning goals.

SCV Water has adopted an important plan to meet the water supply and future water demand

When Sean Tomer, a track and field student athlete at Canyons University, lost his competitive edge due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, he did not despair.

COC Sean Tomer becomes the first student-athlete to join the school's aerospace science team

During the hot summer months, it’s perfect for you and your family to make the most of the city’s miles of off-street trails, 35 parks, the Santa Clarita Trek Bike Park, pools, and paseos. It’s time. Not just a local hiking spot.

Monthly message from the Mayor of Santa Clarita - July 2021

Washington (CN) – The United States Supreme Court on Thursday struck down California law in a case of close scrutiny of nonprofit political groups who wanted their supporters’ confidentiality. The biggest donor.

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