By: Juliet Schlesinger & Cade Costic COVID-19 restrictions set in place in April of 2020 had local high school, college, and MLB sports activities on pause. With this, there were no practices, games or any in-person interaction actively taking place. For professional baseball scouts, livelihoods
With the COVID-19 vaccination becoming accessible to the general public, masks are becoming unnecessary to some people.
It has been almost a year since George Floyd was killed by former police officer Derek Chauvin. The death of Floyd led into the whole world calling for justice against his killer. It was not until Tuesday that a verdict had been reached in this
By Jeremy D. Thompson and Daniel Rios Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger was forced to withdraw her nomination of a controversial television personality to a commission on homelessness after public outcry and criticism from community advocates this week. Barger had recommended author and celebrity
By Natalie Jimenez and Karlee Akesson As pets have become accustomed to their owners staying at home through the duration of quarantine, plans to reopen California by June 15 could trigger separation anxiety while pet owners return to work. “It’s going to be hard,” said
As the final half of the spring semester sparks senioritis for junior college transfer students, many of them had higher expectations adapting to their new university lifestyle that were not met. Meanwhile, for those who started fresh out of high school rather than transferring from
By Cheryl Akpenyi and Catherine Gonzalez DFY in SCV, which stands for Drug-Free Youth in Santa Clarita Valley, will host a virtual workshop on Wednesday that introduces the community with new strategies to reduce anxiety related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mapping out a better future
What is a mascot? According to a presentation shown by Hart High School Principal Jason d’Autremont at a Hart District Board meeting on Feb. 9, 2020, a mascot is “‘a person, animal, or object adopted by a group as a symbolic figure especially to bring
Two mass shootings have officials discussing gun control reform amid surge of firearm and ammo sales
By Anthony Nubile The second mass shooting of the year occurred on March 22 when a 21-year-old man killed 10 people at a supermarket in Colorado. This follows a series of shootings in Atlanta where another 21-year-old man killed eight people at multiple massage parlors.
By Marvin Alberto and Destiny De La Cueva Paleta Please is a Santa Clarita ice cream catering company with a delicious service and heartfelt mission: to help end poverty in Cancun, Mexico. SoCal couple Chris and Jessica Pena have a paleta cart available for rental