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Articles from the June 6, 2012 edition

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 By Mitch Chortkoff    Obituaries    June 6, 2012

Former Culver Football Coach Dies

Fuller Guided Championship Teams Former Culver City High football coach Fred Fuller died last weekend. In the recent past he had undergone cancer surgery. Fuller had three children who attended...

 News    June 6, 2012

Culver Expo Line Station To Open June 20

Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Antonio Villaraigosa announced today that Metro will officially open to the public both the Culver City Station and the Farmdale Station along the recently opened Metro Expo Line on Wednesday, June 20 at noon....

 News    June 6, 2012

To the Editor:

Thank you, CC Observer for your detailed coverage of fracking. From all appearances, this is a terribly dangerous process. Shouldn't PXP and the other oil companies have to prove fracking is safe for humans, water and buildings before undertaking...

 News    June 6, 2012

Zachariah Lehnen to be Tried For Double-Homicide

It’s been about a year since the double murder of 27-year old Erica Escobar and 89-year old Lucien Bergez in Culver City. The killer, a 31-year old transient by the name of Zachariah Lehnen, was arrested two days after the crime was committed....

 News    June 6, 2012

Dear Editor:

Because I believe in democracy, I proudly served our country during the Vietnam war. Today I feel compelled to serve the USA, our State of California and the people of Culver City by speaking out on how Big Oil is trying to buy out the very...

 By Stephen Hadland    News    June 6, 2012

Primary Election a Big Yawn for Culver City

In the television Series “Dragnet” The tag lines read, “Only the names have changed to protect the innocent.” Quite the opposite was true in Tuesday’s California Primary Election, while the...

 By Lynne Bronstein    News    June 6, 2012

Survey Shows Support For Culver Sales Tax

In a presentation to the City Council preceding the budget hearings on Monday night the results of an independently conducted survey showed that Culver City voters are largely in support of a ballot...

 By Lynne Bronstein    News    June 6, 2012

Council Hears Budget Presentations

The City Council received presentations on June 4 and 5 from a number of city departments including the City Manager/Executive Director; Assistant City Manager/City Clerk; City Attorney; Chief...

 Sports    June 6, 2012

Lakers Sign Radio Announcers

The Lakers have signed radio play-by-by announcer John Ireland and color analyst Mychal Thompson to multi-year contract extensions. Ireland, who took over the team’s radio play-by-play duties last season, previously had been the Lakers’ TV...

 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    June 6, 2012

Clippers Make Right Decision, Retain Coach

Vinny Del Negro will coach the Clippers again next season and that’s the right decision. The Clippers have had a dismal history which includes replacing coaches too often. But owner Donald Sterling...