| Today in the history of SCV (May 17)

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1993 – Dale Poe, 61, developer of the Stevenson Ranch, died in a car accident [story]

On Wednesday, May 18, from 14.00 to 17.00 a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Santa Clarita Valley College will be held to hold a self-assessment seminar.

May 18: COC Board Self-Assessment Workshop

A regular meeting of the William S. Hart High School County Governing Board will be held on Wednesday, May 18, beginning at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in private at 16:30

May 18: Annual retirement recognition ahead of Hart’s board meeting

Premier Workspaces, one of the largest private companies in the United States for sales of management services, coworking and shared workspaces, with a division in Santa Clarita, is proud to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

Premier Workspaces is celebrating its 20th anniversary

The Santa Clarita City movie has released nine productions that are now being shot in the Santa Clarita Valley for the week of Monday, May 16, to Sunday, May 22.

Filming in Santa Clarita includes nine productions

Join Marie Mason’s ghost hunter to explore Paranormal: Instruments, Tactics and Stories at the Camulas Ranch Museum on Sunday, May 22, at 1:30 p.m.

May 22: Explore paranormal substances at the Camulas Ranch

Canyon College Softball was represented by two selections at the 2022 National Rapid Arena Coaches Association (NFCA) California JC All-American Team with a beating by Ashlyn Heck and pitcher-player Alison Melgar included in the group of 26 winners from across the state.

COC Softball’s Heck, Melgar is named to the NFCA All-American Team

Parks are good not only for your physical but also mental health. Join the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation and “Why We Climb Parks at Sunset” to celebrate Mental Health Month. Green spaces, physical activity and social connections play a big role in overall well-being.

In Los Angeles County

Impulse Music Co. holds an evening of music and comedy on Saturday, May 21, from 6pm to 9pm

May 21: Impulse Music Hosting Music, Comedy Night

Having worked in this position for the past year, Dr. Ebner Zhou has taken the position of full-time president of the University and Seminary Master.

Dr. Ebner Chow is the full-time president of TMU

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed 15 additional deaths and 3,489 new positive cases on Saturday, 2,707 new cases on Sunday and 1,941 new cases on Monday across the county.

COVID Review Monday: Residents are urged to comply with security measures

1938 – The new Lockheed transport plane crashed in Agua Dulce; all 9 died, including 2 infants [story]

Plane crash

1969 – The Board of Trustees chooses the name “College of Canyons”. [story]


Personal high school graduations will be held at all William S. Hart Union High School counties. Graduation begins May 20 and ends June 3.

William S. Hart High School County announces graduation dates

1874 – Outlaw Tybursio Vazquez captured in Hollywood Hills [story]

Tiburcia Vazquez

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed six new deaths in Los Angeles County, 4,025 new cases across the county and 151 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. According to these new data, the number of deaths in the county of Los Angeles is 32,022, in the county – 2,907,721, and in the Valley of Santa Clarita – 74,979, while since March 2020, 470 people have died from COVID-19.

Friday's COVID Review: High Pass in Los Angeles County, Most Cases from Feb. 18

The American Red Cross is in critical need of blood donation, and the city of Santa Clarita is urging residents to make an appointment to save lives.

There is a critical need for blood donation, blood collection will be held in the city

Baseball season is officially back! As a native of Southern California, I grew up as an avid Dodger fan, and I continue this tradition every time I take my family to the game. There is no feeling that can be compared to the entrance to the stadium “Dodger” and hear the sound of applause from the fans and the smell of freshly cut grass and, of course, “Dodgers”!

It’s time for Dodger baseball on the 43rd Dodger Santa Clarita Day

From June 6 to August 13, the College of the Canyons will offer a robust summer schedule of four classes to continue to assist students in achieving their goals at this unprecedented time.

Registration for the 2022 Summer Classes is underway at the COC

This month the city is illuminated by friendly staff in the construction and security department. May is the month of construction and security, and the theme of 2022 is “Security for all: codes in action”. This month raises awareness of the importance of building codes and regulations in ensuring safety in the spaces in which we live, work and study.

At City Hall you have a friend: the Building, the Security Department

The Board of Trustees of the California Institute of the Arts has awarded 14 honored, well-known and longtime professors the status of Honored in recognition of their contributions to CalArts.

The CalArts Board of Trustees gives the faculty Emeritus status

In the canyon team of Canyon College, eight cougars received awards from the All-Western State Conference, Southern Division in the 2022 season.

In Cougars Baseball, eight people were selected to the All WSC team

Something Rotten: Broadway Musical (Rated PG) opens this weekend at the Canyon Theater Guild in Newhole’s Old Town. Opening Saturday, May 14 at 8pm with free champagne and wine for ticket holders. It will be open every weekend, on Fridays , Saturday and Sunday, before the scheduled closing on June 18th.

May 14 - June 18:

The artist, composer Diné and graduate of the California Institute of the Arts Raven Chacon (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Music 2004) was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Music in 2022 for “Silent Mass”. Diné means “people” in the Navajo language. Chacon is the first Indian to receive the Pulitzer Prize for Music.

CalArts Alum Raven Chacon received the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Music

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