Life is not always easy. For some COC students, being around horses can be just what the doctor ordered when life becomes too much to handle. Copper Horse Riding Ranch is a place located in Agua Dulce that primarily offers horseback riding lessons, as well
A Santa Clarita family breathed a huge sigh of relief today after being reunited with their beloved dog, Toby, after a woman refused to return him on Monday. Mario Lucchese, who was working in his home office, noticed the family dog, affectionately known as Mr.
It was an overcast afternoon and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor was uncharacteristically quiet and ironically drained of water. The park was in its off-season, and the scene had an abandoned feel with its empty pools and thick layer of fog; but in a small, shack-style
The leading Santa Clarita Marathon runners hit the final turn at a steady pace. They look ahead at what has been stuck on their minds since the start: the checkered line and ribbon waving as an inviting banner to break above. This moment is where
Say goodbye to prerequisite courses: COC now directly offering college level courses to incoming students
By Alina Herrera In 2012, at the age of 34, Antonio Valencia decided he wanted to go to college and get his degree as a business major. He knew he had a long road ahead of him and a lot of work to do. As
By Leslie Yada One political showdown, five political science professors, and one minute to make an argument. The Political Science Club, Phi Theta Kappa, has organized a debate between the professors of the Political Science department. This April, in Boykin 105, was the Spring 2019
Competition is everywhere, sports, politics, and especially in gaming. GlowHouse Gaming, located in the Santa Clarita Valley, hosted a Super Smash Bros Ultimate tournament inviting gamers of all ages to come and experience real competition and have a great time. Once ran from inside the