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Officer redirecting traffic during evacuation of Irvine due to the Silverado Fire/ Picture By: Julian Reynoso

Santa Ana, Santiago Canyon Colleges Safe from Silverado Fire

By Carrie Graham

Ash rains down from fiery, smoke-filled skies as winds howl and wreak havoc throughout the county. Is it the end

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Silverado Fire Causes Closure of Santiago Canyon College, Evacuations

By Carrie Graham

A wildfire driven by gusting Santa Ana winds broke out in Silverado Canyon early Monday, forcing evacuations in Irvine and

Newport Beach and Orange Oppose Sanctuary Law

By Timothy Bravo

Orange and Newport Beach city councils voted yesterday in support of the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit against the ‘sanctuary state’ law.

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Santiago Canyon College Reopens After Canyon Fire Evacuation Lifted

By Timothy Bravo

After three days of mandatory evacuation from a firestorm, Santiago Canyon College will resume normal operations Thursday, Oct. 12, after the campus was deemed safe by authorities.

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Firefighters Continue Battling Orange County Canyon Fire #2

By Timothy Bravo

Firefighters on Tuesday are continuing to contain a firestorm that torched Orange County Monday, forcing the evacuation of homes and schools, including Santiago Canyon College, in the cities of Anaheim, Tustin and Orange.

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A Magical Night of Music at SACs Spring Spectacular

By Nikki Nelsen

Composer Brian Kehlenbach made classical music relevant for newcomers by debuting a difficult upbeat and modern piece, Beside the Golden Door, at the sold-out Spring Spectacular Concert in Phillips Hall March 25.

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Santiago Canyon Hawks Destroy Dons 7-0 in Opening Conference Match

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By Kevin Vazquez Santiago Canyon College smashed the Dons 7-0 in the opening match of Orange Empire Conference play. The