By Jesse Munoz NAPA — College of the Canyons won the 2019 California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Championship by a whopping 18 strokes at the Silverado Resort &
On Friday, April 26, COC informed students and community members alike about what it actually means to be homeless. The school’s Public Health Initiative and Community Based Learning program came
The Cobblestone Cottage, a local boutique located in Santa Clarita’s River Oaks Shopping Center, is preparing to close its doors after 32 years of business. Kathy Allie first opened the
“Hi Mom and Dad it’s me Christine, it’s the name you gave me,” Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson states at the end of the film when she realizes all of the
People are different, so it makes sense that different people would react to stress differently. There is a wide variety of coping mechanisms, and they range from harmless activities to
Santa Clarita Deputies took on Castaic middle school in their 7th annual basketball game. Each year is more competitive than the last and neither team holds back. The program gives
Cougar News is a student-produced live broadcast streamed live out of College of the Canyons’ Mentry Hall on the Valencia Campus.
Imagine a college where no one talks to each other. The halls are dead silent, as students are caught up in their own world while they wait for class. Everyone
“Relax. I got you. Ten seconds, right there. You in the middle of the ocean,” Juan calms down our protagonist Chrion who has never been swimming or in the ocean
At least one student was detained in connection with threatening comments directed at several students at a Rio Norte Junior High, sheriff’s officials confirmed. The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Boy, oh boy! What an adventure The Alchemist has taken me on! If you like to read books full of adventure and ethics, then this is the book for you.
“Those three words are said too much”, one of Snow Patrol’s most famous song quotes from “Chasing Cars”, is so true. Love is not simple! Love can be complex, hurt,
After an ongoing battle of nearly 20 years, the citizens of Santa Clarita can finally rest knowing that there won’t be a mega-mine in Soledad Canyon. After last week’s press