ElectionsVote (By Senator Scott Wilk) Two folded flags on the mantle. Two sons lost to the war. Two young men dead, not at the hands of the enemy, but rather their own. Two soldiers who could have, and should have,(more..)

ElectionsVote (By State Senator Scott Wilk) Fade from black. Open to a zooming aerial shot of California’s Capitol dome. Cut to inside the building. Panning shot of middle aged men and women lined up, dressed(more..)

ElectionsVote (By Scott Wilk) No one likes paying taxes. But it is insulting when the government we trust with our hard earned dollars wastes, mismanages, redirects and redistributes our money to where we never see(more..)

ElectionsVote SACRAMENTO– Today, Assemblyman Dante Acosta (R-Santa Clarita) issued the following statement in response to Governor Brown’s May Revision of his 2017-18 budget proposal: “In light of(more..)

ElectionsVote SACRAMENTO- On Tuesday, Assemblyman Dante Acosta, R-Santa Clarita, responded to the Governor’s State of the State Address. “There are two California’s: a wealthy California flush wi(more..)

ElectionsVote SACRAMENTO- On Friday, Assemblyman Dante Acosta, R-Santa Clarita, announced his committee appointments including his selection to serve as Vice Chair of the Committee on Natural Resources.  &ldq(more..)

ElectionsVote (By John Musella) Up until recently, most people didn’t know there was a landfill along Highway 126 near Val Verde.  Chiquita Canyon, a 639-acre landfill, has been in continuous operation f(more..)

ElectionsVote Hospitals have always served as a lifeline to survival.  Whether from pneumonia, heart attack, stroke, or trauma, they have been a community safeguard between life and death. Today, cost of care(more..)

ElectionsVote With the 2016 Rio Olympics coming to a close, we honor four participants claimed by the Santa Clarita Valley as their own:  Allyson Felix, Anthony Ervin, Abbey Weitzeil, and David Smith. They br(more..)

ElectionsVote SACRAMENTO –Yesterday, Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, presented Assembly Bill 1648, which would ensure state publications produced at the cost of taxpayers belong to the people and the(more..)