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Decontamination efforts inch forward at Santa Su Field Lab

Critics decry vague, indefinite options


HISTORIC STANDS—Two of the remaining test stands on NASA’s portion of the Santa Susana Field Lab remain during the cleanup process. The stands pictured above are in the Coca test area. SYLVIE BELMOND/Acorn Newspapers NASA, Boeing and the U.S. Depa… Please login below or click here to subscribe.  Username Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

Time to turn clocks back one hour

 Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. Sun., Nov. 4. Before going to bed the night of Sat., Nov. 3, remember to “fall back” and turn clocks back one hour. While the change to standard time will provide more light in the morning, the evening darkne… Please login below or click here to subscribe. 

In touch with those who have passed

 CALLING ALL SOULS—Top, dancers with Grupo Folklorico Viva Mexico dance onstage during a Dia de Los Muertos celebration at Strathearn Historical Park on Sunday. Above, 5-year-old Audrey Rios of Simi Valley dances to the music of Mariachi Camaril… Please login below or click here to subscribe. 

Voter registration drive pays off for local college students



Cal State Channel Islands senior Atticus Reyes wants to erase the perception that 20-somethings don’t care enough to vote. “It is true that among people in their 20s in the last midterms (in 2014) the turnout was abysmal,” the 21-year-old history maj… Please login below or click here to subscribe. 

Annual Ford City Halloween Parade winners announced

The annual Ford City Halloween Parade, led by the Armstrong Junior High Marching Band under the direction of Rob Reams, was with 400 costumed marchers and four floats held on Oct. 25. The parade is sponsored by the Ford City Activities Committee w… Please login below or click here to subscribe. 


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