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Articles from the February 15, 2012 edition

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 By Cheryl Giraud    News    February 15, 2012

100 Delegates Expected For

Sister City Convention Playing a significant role in Sister Cities International, the Culver City Sister City Committee will host the 49th annual U.S./Mexico Sister Cities Association International...

 
 News    February 15, 2012

WLA College Partners With Dominguez

West Los Angeles College and California State University, Dominguez Hills are establishing a two-year transfer academy on the West campus for students majoring in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Digital Media Arts, or a technical...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    February 15, 2012

Council Clears Way For Market Hall Project

Market Hall Project Car Show Funding Is In Doubt The City Council’s Monday night meeting saw approval of a commitment letter that would move forward the development of a market hall at the...

 
 Sports    February 15, 2012

Culver Baseball To Begin

The Culver City High baseball season will begin next week when Coach Rick Prieto’s team enters the Royal Tournament. The Centaurs finished strong last season, winning three playoff games. Feb 24/Mar 3 Royal Tourn tba Mar 14 Mira Costa 3:15 Mar...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    February 15, 2012

Culver Boys Make Playoffs

Jon Chapman was right. The Culver City High boys basketball coach said he expected the Centaurs to receive a CIF playoff berth even if they didn’t finish in the top three in the Ocean League.. The...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    February 15, 2012

This Is The NBA’s Strangest Season

Following a late start due to labor negotiations the National Basketball Association is rapidly approaching mid-season. With only 66 games instead of the standard 82, as we get around 30 it’s...

 
 
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