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 News    September 30, 2010

Search Expands for Missing Culver City Hiker

Search Expands for Missing Culver City Hiker Efforts by search-and-rescue personnel to locate missing hiker Edward Rosenthal, 64 of Culver City were expanded on Tuesday. Park rangers and volunteer searchers are combing an area of rugged hills and can...

 By David W. Myers    News    September 30, 2010

Two Crime Rings Broken

A Culver City man accused of supplying illegal drugs to a street gang was still on the run earlier this week, while a woman who owns a massage business on Sepulveda Boulevard is awaiting a hearing in...

 News    September 30, 2010

Culver Resident Jin Sung Kwak Dies at 70

Culver City resident and businessman Jin Sung Kwak Passed away on September 23, 20 months after being diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. Jin was born on January 13, 1940 in Seoul Korea. He received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Chung Ang...

 By Lynne Bronstein    News    September 30, 2010

City, College Reach Settlement

On Monday night the City Council and Redevelopment Agency approved an amendment to the Settlement Agreement between the City and West Los Angeles College regarding the 2010 Final Supplemental...

 By David W Myers    News    September 30, 2010

Police Blotter Sept. 14 through Sept. 21

Sept. 14 through Sept. 21 This column is based on information provided by the Culver City Police Department and supplemented by reporting and editing by The Observer. Car Vandalized in Fox Hills...

 By Lynne Bronstein    News    September 30, 2010

School Board Looks at Language Immersion Programs

Are language immersion programs working? That was the question School Board President Steven Gourley had for Tracy Pumilia, principal of El Marino Language School and project director for FLAP...

 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    September 30, 2010

Lakers: From Frank O’Neill to Bynum

When the Lakers moved from Minneapolis to Los Angeles for the 1960 season Frank O’Neill was hired as their trainer. O’Neill held the job until 1974. Many years later he returned to the team,...

 Sports    September 30, 2010

Never Give Up Centaurs’ Comeback Results In Unlikely Win

The odds were against the Culver City High football team winning last Friday’s non-league game against Redondo. The Centaurs went into the game without two of their top running backs, then lost a third during the game. Then they lost their...

 By Jozelle Smith    News    September 30, 2010

Well, it IS the “Heart of Screenland,” isn’t it?

On the right track: This Monday the Culver City Public Works Department, Linwood E. Howe Elementary School staff and the Culver City Police Department will be participating in the “International Walk to School Week,” with CCPD officers providing...