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SCV NewsBreak | Monday, March 16, 2015

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Monday, March 16, 2015

BLM officials sent a letter to Cemex, stating the company does not have the necessary permits to start mining and that the company failed to exercise due diligence in fulfilling the terms of it’s back-to-back mining contracts.

The Sulphur Springs School District Governing Board has approved layoff notices for 21 employees.

Hometown station owners Carl and Jeri Goldman are leading a delegation of more than 100 to the state’s Capitol for the tenth annual Sacramento road trip.

Santa Clarita Valley deputies are warning residents against illegal street racing after a fatal crash in the San Fernando valley was reportedly sparked by a street racing incident.

The Master’s College women’s basketball team, fresh off their GSAC Tournament championship win over Vanguard, are in Kansas City getting ready for the first round of the 32-team NAIA Division 1 National Championship Tournament.

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