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Culver's Komatsu Ties For 7th Place

Cooper Komatsu, an eighth-grader at Culver City Middle School, tied for seventh in the 89th Scripps National Spelling Bee on May 26. Komatsu began by correctly spelling cacomixl, glaucothoe, buccal,...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    June 2, 2016

Hillary Clinton Rallies Support from Women AT WLAC

Aiming to be the first female president of the United States, Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke at a rally at West Los Angeles College on June 3 that celebrated the theme of women's rights and women's achi...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    June 2, 2016

UCLA Softball Advances To NCAA Championships

The No. 12 UCLA Bruin’s softball team started its run to the NCAA championship last Thursday when they played No. 4 Auburn in Oklahoma City. Their next game will be Friday or Saturday and if they ke...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 2, 2016

Culver Baseball Summer Camp to Begin

The Culver City High Centaur baseball team had a remarkable 2016 season with a 21-8 record. They went undefeated in winning the Ocean League title. They finished with a flurry by winning 15...

 
 By Steven Lieberman    Arts    June 2, 2016

Justin Hayward Is Coming Here to Perform

The Moody Blues frontman Justin Hayward, out on his latest U.S. solo tour, will be making a stop at two concert venues in Los Angeles -- The Rose in Pasadena on June 11th, and The Canyon Club on June...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    June 2, 2016

My Surprising Decision to Vote for Bernie Sanders

I'm writing this from my heart. I believe California may get to choose who'll be our next President. It's the first time in 30 years when the California primary will actually count; usually it's just...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    June 2, 2016

Warriors Have Eye On Multiple Championships, Greatness

When the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship last season comparisons to the great teams of the past were heard. We hadn’t seen a shooter better than Steph Curry. The Warriors’ style of...

 

Why Did City Clerk Martin Cole Leave His Job?

Is it possible? Is it possible? Can the moaning and knee-shaking noises coming from city hall be coming from the very nervous and worried pencil sharpeners’ group members? It’s pure speculation...

 

Awards Luncheon Spotlights Military Employment Issues

Military veteran employment issues were front and center at the 19th Annual JVS Strictly Business L.A. Awards Luncheon that took place Thursday, May 12, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Dan Goldenberg, a highly regarded national advocate for veterans, ad...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    June 2, 2016

Culver City Feels The Bern

Culver City got a surprise last Friday as the Bernie Sanders juggernaut rolled through the city on his way to a private meeting in the Hayden Tract. Obviously craving some coffee, the Sanders SUVs...

 

Former CC Employees Credit Union Banned

The National Credit Union Association in Alexandria Virginia has issued a notice of prohibition to Mark James Fierro, a former employee of Culver City Employees Federal Credit Union . Fierro may not participate in the affairs, nor be employed by the...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 2, 2016

Redondo Ends Culver's Baseball Season

All good things must pass. Culver City High's 2016 CIF Playoff aspirations were dismantled on the road in one inning as the Centaurs lost 9-2 to the reigning Division 3 Champion Redondo Union Sea...

 

Spurs' Buford Named NBA Executive Of The Year

San Antonio Spurs General Manager R.C. Buford has been named the 2015-16 NBA Basketball Executive of the Year. Buford, in his 14th season as the team’s general manager, previously won the award in 2013-14. Buford totaled 77 points and received nine...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    June 2, 2016

Bruins, Trojans Qualify For NCAA Track Championships

The UCLA and USC track and field teams will send a strong group of athletes to the NCAA Championships next week in Eugene, Oregon. The four-day event will start on Wednesday, June 8 and continue...

 

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