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Close to 90 employers helped make College of the Canyons Job and Career Fair the largest it’s been in eight years on Wednesday, according to Bill Guthrie, career advisor at COC’s Job and Career Center. Photo by Ernie Stone for Cougar News

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Red Light Cameras Discontinued in Santa Clarita
Red Light Cameras Discontinued in Santa Clarita

Red light cameras are now defunct in the city of Santa Clarita after city council members voted to allow the city’s contract to lapse.

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Body found in Saugus after apparent suicide

An unidentified man was found dead near the Oak Ridge apartment complex in Saugus on Wednesday, who apparently committed suicide according to a homicide detective on scene.

COC educating students on sexual assault and domestic violence

On Tuesday, College of the Canyons Invited Jackson Katz, a sexual rights activist, to speak on the subject of sexual assault and domestic violence. Although it is never an easy subject to discuss, he emphasizes “switching the paradigm” by not only looking at it as a women’s issue but also as a man’s issue and […]

New renovation plans for Old Orchard Park discussed

Community members and park developers gathered together in hopes of choosing a proposal to revamp a park suitable for people of all ages.

Canyons Hall dedicated during ribbon cutting ceremony

Several student services are now housed in a central location on the Valencia campus.

Valencia restaurant owner charged with human trafficking

Victim alleges owner forced him to work seven days a week without pay for the last three years.

Vista Canyon set to break ground this May

The stretch of Santa Clara River along the 14 freeway between Sand Canyon and Via Princessa is about to get a huge makeover.

Tablet stolen from student’s locker at COC’s new Culinary Arts building

A culinary arts student reported the missing tablet after not properly closing the locker.

EOPS can help pay for college

With the cost of higher learning trending upward, the Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) office at COC can help offset some of those out of pocket expenses.

Far from home with mixed emotions

The number of international students at College of the Canyons keeps growing. Laura Pichler got a chance to sit down wit Sae Kikuchi from Japan and Mirza Dawood Baig from Saudi Arabia

Placerita Canyon Nature Center gets an overhaul

The Placerita Canyon Nature Center has been completely renovated from the inside out. Funding for the project came through a $1 million grant from California State Parks through Prop. 84, $465,000 from the office of Michael D. Antonovich and Placerita Canyon Nature Center Association put in nearly $30,000 to complete the project. “The center is full of new models, […]

‘Yes means Yes’ to be addressed by COC

College of the Canyons is in the process of reevaluating its policy of sexual assault.


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