For the past five months, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way students learn and interact with teachers in the academic world. With technology and virtual tools to help students achieve their goals, special education has seen both the positive and downsides of learning remotely.
The city of Santa Clarita has announced that it will be hosting its State of the City event entirely online this year due to concerns over the current COVID-19 pandemic. The virtual event will take place on Oct. 22 at 11:30 a.m. It will be
Relay for Life held its annual luminaria event on Sunday by creating a drive-thru event that took place in the Mazda and Kia dealership located in Creekside Rd, Santa Clarita.
The Air Show is one of the biggest events in the Antelope Valley and people drive out from all over the valley to come to this event held every year. This year’s event was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was planned originally for
The city of Santa Clarita reopened all of it’s parks on Friday after months of being closed due to the COVID-19.
Golden Valley High School Vocal Arts has started a fundraiser for the 2020-2021 school year. All donations for the fundraiser will go towards the Vocal Arts program in order to help fund the necessities needed for the classes within the program. The fundraiser can be
“Shaken but not stirred” is the catchphrase that Ian Fleming’s fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond says, referring to how he likes his martinis. However, recent news might indeed shake, stir and actually strangle the intrepid super spy. Some 536 Regal movie theaters with
As part of Christy Smith’s campaign for the upcoming election, a sidewalk rally was held Oct. 4 at the crossroads of Valencia Blvd. and McBean Pkwy. Attendees of different ages were holding flags at the corners and walking through the intersection with campaign banners and
Beyond the Classroom Tutoring Pod, created by Hanna Hollenbach and Kailyn Siemantel is a new opportunity for children in elementary school to get the one-on-one tutoring they need. During the COVID-19 pandemic, students aren’t getting actual physical help from teachers. Hollenbach and Siemantel believe that
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire globe, especially residents in Los Angeles County. With the number of cases increasing daily, it’s hard for residents to get back to their normal lives. Because we have been enclosed in our homes, many of us have been