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24000 Creekside Road: Space Age Home for The Signal.

September 8, 1986 — Tab-sized "souvenir edition" of The Signal, 11x14 inches, 20 pages, printed and published during the celebration marking the opening of the newspaper's new facility at 24000 Creekside Road in Valencia. Distributed to attendees before the event ended.

Previously, The Signal staff had been housed and the paper was assembled (but not printed) in small buildings on each side of 6th Street, east of San Fernando Road (today's Main Street) in Newhall. Now The Signal would have its own printing press for the first time in a quarter-century.


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THE SIGNAL NEWSPAPER

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Video: The First 100 Years, 1919/2019

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Randy Wicks Cartoon Collection

• Scott/Ruth Newhall
• Signal Staff Mugs


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6th Street Construction 1956

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Newhall Buys Signal 1963

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1986 Construction x9

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Special Edition: Creekside Opens 9/8/1986

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Special Edition in Memory of Scott Newhall 1992

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1994 Earthquake

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75 Years 1919/1994

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Signal Story 1919/1999

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Signal Photo Archive Donated to SCVHS 2019

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