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1842 -California was still part of Mexico when Francisco Lopez discovered gold in the Placerita Canyon on March 9, 1842. As a result, Lopez’s discovery did not receive as much attention and media coverage in the United States. than the discovery of James Marshall at Satters Mill six years later at the end of the war that brought California to the Union. However, the Lopez Gold Strike played some role on the East Coast, as evidenced by this original version of the New York Observer from October 1, 1842. [story]

The city of Santa Clarita is honored to be nominated again as a 2021 finalist for the prestigious “Most Business Friendly Cities” by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC).

The SCV Water Board has decided to continue the conference call in accordance with Act of Parliament 361. This allows remote and standing committee meetings to continue while the governor declares a COVID-19 emergency.

SCV Water Board votes to continue the remote meeting

(CN) – Thursday was the last day of the water year in California and a record-breaking day – and not just because many states recorded less than 50% of average precipitation.

Alarming water conditions in California are heading for another year of precipitation

Officials at Henry Mayo New Hall Hospital announced the 171st death from COVID-19 on Thursday, spokesperson Patrick Moody confirmed.

Thursday COVID-19 Plot: Henry Mayo reports 171st death.  Total SCV cases 35,865

Murder investigators are currently investigating the death of a two-month-old girl who was rushed to hospital on Sunday in conditions law enforcement has called suspicious.

Murderous detective investigating suspicious baby death in Canyon Country

For the 27th year in a row, the City of Santa Clarita has received the Public Accounting Associations Award for Excellence in Investment Policy from the United States and Canada for its investment policy.

Santa Clarita wins investment policy award for 27 consecutive years

The Triumph Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to improve the lives of people with disabilities starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday October 9 at the Barry A. Sanders Sports Field in Van Nuys in our wheelchair baseball . We are having a tournament. – 4:00 p.m.

The Triumph Foundation prepares for the annual wheelchair baseball tournament

Valencia-based Lief Labs is a leading pharmaceutical and product development innovator, manufacturer of dietary supplements and has been accredited by the American Institute Accreditation Association (A2LA) ISO / IEC 17025 Biological Field of Testing . Has been announced. Recognized standards for continuous improvement and self-correction, both nationally and internationally.

Reef Lab based in Valencia, internationally recognized for quality control

James Burke, 19, almost finished restoring a truck slated to appear in Hot Rod magazine when he was assaulted by a drunk driver.

Community comes together to remember young VCS killed in traffic incidents

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department continues to warn residents planning to visit the following Los Angeles County beaches to be careful swimming, surfing, and playing in the water at:

Public Health Concerns Some Warnings About Water Use On LA County Beaches

1955 -Actor James Dean, 24, drives Castaic Junction on his way to the final resting place [watch]

James dean

Henry Mayo New Hall Hospital confirmed two more hospital deaths on Wednesday. This brings the total to 170 so far.

Wednesday's COVID-19 summary: Henry Mayo reports two more deaths.  A total of 35,797 cases of SCV

The Town of Santa Clarita is hosting the latest “Follow Your Art” art exhibition at the 1st Floor Gallery of Santa Clarita Town Hall. The art exhibition will be presented at City Hall from October 4 to December 3.

The Supervisory Board has decided to extend the moratorium on temporary evacuations from Los Angeles County until January 31, 2022.

County supervisors extend moratorium on peasant evictions until 2022

SCV Water continues its efforts to restore groundwater affected by perfluoroalkyl or polyfluoroalkyl chemicals (PFAS), and recently new experimental equipment is available to better support this effort. It happened.

SCV Water adds new experimental equipment to better test groundwater

The Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture has announced that 41 Los Angeles County school districts, including some in Santa Clarita, will receive a total of $ 867,700 in grants.

County Award Local School District New Arts Grant

Times have certainly changed, but the music of the 60s is still timeless. The time for the Theater Americana’s “Revisit of the 1960s” has also changed and will be held at the Main Theater in early November.

Theater Americana '60s-themed concert is coming soon

One person was killed in a rollover accident in Canyon Country on Wednesday, according to a Los Angeles County fire official.

Person killed in rollover accident in Canyon Country

According to law enforcement, a grade 10 student accused of writing a threat on the school toilet wall was arrested by a member of the Santa Clarita Valley security office.

Grade 10 leading to criminal bullying in custody at Heart High

Four new mixed-use lots and additional amenities are arriving in Central Park following a unanimous Santa Clarita City Council vote to spend up to $ 11.87 million on Tuesday’s upgrade.

$ 11.87 million Central Park expansion approved

1969 -Canyons University opens in a temporary dorm at Hart High School with first-class students [story]


According to the Los Angeles County Medical Inspector’s Coroner’s Office, the man who died in an RV crash in Canyon Country on Monday has been identified as Gordon Harry McGuff, 80, of Santa Clarita.

Man killed in Canyon Country RV crash identified

The California Department of Public Health issued a public health order on Tuesday to provide the COVID-19 vaccine to workers in adult and senior care facilities and workers employed in direct home care facilities by the 30th. November. Mandatory inoculation.

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