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The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce has set its event schedule for September.

College of the Canyons has opened an off-campus continuing education educational center in Saugus to better meet the needs of working adults in the Santa Clarita Valley.

COC Opens Continuing Education Center in Saugus

CSUN philosophy professor Adam Swenson conducted a pain study that reveals trust issues between patients and their doctors.

CSUN, USC Pain Study Reveals Doctor-Patient Trust Issues

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration and the city of Santa Clarita will host a free tax seminar for nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations at The Centre on Wednesday, Sept. 12 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Sept. 12: Free Tax Seminar for Nonprofit, Exempt Organizations

The TMU Mustangs volleyball team has run out to nine straight wins to open the year but rarely looked as dominant as in Saturday’s home opener, a 3-0 win over Marymount California.

Master’s Volleyball Continues Hot Start in Home Opener

Trevor Mangan sent his kick past Southern Oregon Wyatt Zabinski with one second left in the second overtime to give The Master’s University a dramatic 3-2 victory over the Raiders Saturday.

Mangan is Golden in Dramatic TMU Men’s Soccer Victory

The No. 17 Mustangs women’s soccer team drew first blood against No. 12 Keiser University in Palm Beach, Fla., only to watch the Seahawks run off three straight goals in what became a 4-2 TMU loss.

TMU Women’s Soccer Falls in NAIA Top 25 Matchup

West Nile virus activity continues to be detected in San Fernando Valley mosquitoes, but so far no West Nile-infected mosquitos have been found in the Santa Clarita Valley this year, according to the latest update from the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District.

West Nile Update: SFV Residents Cautioned; No SCV Activity

Get ready for a month of fun and dancing at the city of Santa Clarita’s Thursdays@Newhall series, presented by Valencia Auto Center, as Old Town Newhall plays host to the best in art and entertainment in September.

City Keeps Summer Alive with Thursdays at Newhall in September

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration will host a free “Sales and Use Tax for Restaurants” class on Wednesday, Sept. 19 starting at 9 a.m.

Sept. 19: Free Sales Tax Class for Santa Clarita Restaurants

The Heritage Reflections Questers will host a free open house at the restored 1910-era Kingsburry Home in Heritage Junction at William S. Hart Park in Old Town Newhall on Sunday, Sept. 2 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Sept. 2: Free Open House at Restored 1910 Kingsburry Home

The Los Angeles County Library has been awarded a $3.3 million software grant from Microsoft as part of a Digital Alliance agreement.

LA County Library Gets $3.3M Digital Upgrade from Microsoft

Logan Longwith turned in a quality start as Lancaster beat Lake Elsinore, 4-3, Sunday evening at The Hangar.

JetHawks Take Sunday Game from Storm

The Lancaster JetHawks nearly completed their biggest comeback of the season but fell by a run, 8-7, against Lake Elsinore Saturday night at the Hangar.

JetHawks Come Up Short Saturday

Vince Fernandez put the exclamation point on a four-run ninth inning Friday night, hitting a two-run walk-off home run to give the Lancaster JetHawks a comeback win, 9-8, over Lake Elsinore at The Hangar.

Fernandez Caps Comeback with Walk-Off Friday

A coalition of 21 state Attorney Generals including California’s secured a preliminary injunction on Monday to continue blocking the Trump Administration’s action to make available blueprints for untraceable so-called “ghost” guns that can be manufactured on a 3D printer.

AG’s Win Injunction Keeping Block on 3D-Printed ‘Ghost’ Guns

The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency holds monthly gardening classes and has scheduled two classes for September, one on the best local plants and another about controlling weeds and pests.

Sept. 6, 8: SCV Water to Host Free Gardening Classes

Just in time for Labor Day Weekend, finding information for your trip to Angeles National Forest and San Bernardino National Forest just got a lot easier on Monday as both national forest units launched new forest-specific mobile apps.

SoCal National Forests Launch Mobile Apps

The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s next “Coffee with a Cop” encounter will be hosted by the McDonald’s restaurant on The Old Road on Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Aug. 29: Coffee with A Few Cops

“Trail closed” signs were removed from the Gabrielino National Recreation Trail as it reopened for the first time in nine years.

Trail Reopens 9 Years After Station Fire

The Center for Biological Diversity, Turtle Island Restoration Network and Wishtoyo Foundation reached a settlement with the Trump administration Friday to protect humpback whale habitat in the Pacific Ocean, where the animals face threats from fisheries, ship strikes and oil spills.

Lawsuit Settled to Protect Pacific Humpback Whale Habitat

1952 – Actor & CalArts grad Paul Reubens (Pee Wee Herman) born in New York [link]

1926 – Sheriff’s Substation No. 6 dedicated in Newhall [story]

1916 – Woodrow Wilson signs act creating National Park Service; its first director is Stephen T. Mather, who made his fortune with the Santa Clarita Valley’s borax mine and envisioned & put his own money into forming the Park Service [story]

Animator and CalArts alum Eirini Vianelli’s (Film/Video MFA 17) stop-motion graduate thesis film, “Icebergs,” won the Special Jury Mention for a Short Film at the 24th festival edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival.

CalArts Alum Eirini Vianelli’s ‘Icebergs’ Honored in Sarajevo

Luis Garcia Sosa scored a goal in each half and Leo Anjos added another to help The Master’s University christen the 2018 season with a 3-1 victory over Northwest Christian of Washington Friday morning in Atherton.

Garcia Sosa Leads Mustangs Past Beacons

Rancho Camulos Museum, Ventura County’s only National Historic Landmark, is now recruiting volunteers for a variety of service opportunities and will host an open house for interested people on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 10 a.m. to noon.

Sept. 15: Open House as Rancho Camulos Museum Seeks Volunteers

The Master’s University volleyball team beat Aquinas of Michigan on the second day of the La Sierra Tournament on Wednesday.

Mustangs Volleyball Team Sweeps to Stay Undefeated

A funeral for Newhall Fire Captain Wayne Habell has been set for Saturday in Camarillo, with a graveside service set for Monday in Santa Barbara.

Funeral Services Set for Newhall Fire Captain Wayne Habell

California State University, Northridge ranks among the top 15 universities in the country that award undergraduate degrees to minority students, according to Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

CSUN Among Top 15 Universities Awarding Degrees to Minority Students

The Santa Clarita Public Library, in partnership with the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry, will offer “Food for Fines” during September, allowing customers to donate food items and get up to $20 credit toward overdue library fines or replacement card fees.

Reduce Library Fines by Donating Food in September

Santa Clarita Valley Zontian Sharon Langenbeck, Ph. D. is the newly elected president of Zonta International for 2018-2020 and will represent the ideals of Zonta to empower women in 66 countries.

SCV Zontian Sharon Langenbeck is Zonta Intl. President-Elect

California filed a lawsuit against the Trump Administration seeking to halt the administration’s “unlawful and unreasonable immigration conditions” on a federal grant for local and state law enforcement for the second year in a row, Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Friday.

California Sues Feds Over Withholding Public Safety Grants

A total of 942 animals found fur-ever homes during the county Department of Animal Care and Control’s recent “Clear the Shelters” event at the department’s seven shelters.

‘Clear the Shelters’ Event Finds Fur-Ever Homes for 942 Animals

The Santa Clarita City Council will receive an outside consultant’s Community Plan to Address Homelessness in the city at the council’s next regular meeting at City Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 28, starting at 6 p.m.

Aug. 28: Council to Hear Homeless Plan, Order Bouquet Project EIR

The JetHawks saw the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes break a tie in the seventh inning for the second straight night and dropped the series finale, 5-4, on Thursday night at LoanMart Field.

JetHawks Drop One-Run Game, Get Swept

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