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SCV NewsBreak | Thursday, February 6, 2014

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Rain settled into the Santa Clarita Valley this afternoon bring much needed precipitation to the area.
After about 16 months and a couple hundred thousand dollars in legal fees, Castaic High School will have two access roads, eventually.
College of the Canyons officials are warning residents of an apparent door-to-door solicitation scam, by individuals claiming to be COC drama students.
Students who have grown up with the books “Too Many Tamales,” “The Old Man and His Door” or “Chato and the Party Animals,” are familiar with the work of Mexican-American author Gary Soto, who will be at the Savia Community Center this Saturday.
The Newhall School District is holding registration in March for kindergarten and transitional kindergarten students.

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