A day in the life of a student-athlete usually consists of a day full of responsibilities while juggling a personal life, student life and teammate life. To many athletes, their day being full of activities gives them strength to develop multitasking talents, and many depend
College of the Canyons held a virtual seminar on Thursday that gave the chance for students and professionals to discuss the current mental health climate.
William S. Hart Union School District’s Wellness Week, Unity of Community show importance of mental health
The William S. Hart District is making mental health a priority with a week dedicated to wellness, culminating in a virtual event called Unity of Community.
On Nov. 14, the first orders of the PlayStation 5 (PS5) gaming console were put in on the new systems’ launch day. Sales were great. Within the first minutes of release, all Walmarts were sold out completely. There were a few problems, though. Walmart’s website
This past spring, local entrepreneur and community activist Taylor Kellstrom never imagined that the business he birthed 11 years ago, “The Book Exchange,” would suddenly fall prey to an international pandemic. After all, the ambitious 30-year-old is a former motocross professional at the age of
Castaic Lake held a drive-thru food giveaway on Tuesday as a result of a joint collaboration with the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and L.A. County supervisor Kathryn Barger.
Elections have been causing anxiety levels to soar for many American voters. With the tension between Democrats and Republicans, the high turnout and the nonstop media coverage, there are many factors that drive voters crazy when deciding officials for our government. This year, College of
The Local Farmers Market, located in Santa Clarita, is a place where farmers who grow their own goods can come and sell their produce every Saturday. “At the farmers market, all and everything is on the farmers,” said Larry McClements, Market Manager of The Old