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Los Angeles Rams Part Ways With Jeff Fisher!

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Rams have relieved Jeff Fisher from head coaching duties, the team announced today. "Making a decision such as this - especially during the season - is one of the most...

 

USC Goes To Rose Bowl, Washington to Playoffs

Washington is one of four teams to make the NCAA football championship playoffs at season's end. USC will play Penn State in the Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 2. So, it has been a good year for the Pac-12...

 

Asia May Be Funding Huge Growth In Inglewood

As reported in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners (Board of Supervisors as it’s called in California) voted 5-0 to spend $13.4 million for the new countywide...

 

Stu Freeman Raises a Centennial Flag

Long-time businessman and Immediate Past President of the Culver City Historical Society Stu Freeman raises a Culver City Centennial flag at 9715 Washington Boulevard in the city’s downtown area. The building has been owned by his family since...

 

School Board Terms Extended One Year

The new California State elections code requires local elections with poor voter turnouts to consolidate their election with the next statewide election. For the Culver City Unified School District,...

 

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office Mayor Addresses Chamber of Commerce – Mayor Jim B. Clarke spoke at the Culver City Chamber's Issues & Eggs on November 30 at the Courtyard by Marriott. Highlights of his presentation included the City Council’s recent...

 

Golden State Water Company Announces New Options

Golden State Water Company announces new, secure online and mobile bill payment options for customers through KUBRA EZ-PAY™. Additionally, customers now have the option of paying their water bills with cash at retail establishments throughout...

 

The New Political Lexicon Explained

Words are just words. You think? While we may think we know what words mean, the stamina is in their associative power. (Think you know what stamina means? Please see below). Fuzzy, friendly words...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    December 8, 2016

Dear Editor

The press release from Karen Bass on the death of Fidel Castro was not stupidity, rather simply ignorance. Take it from someone who was there until Jan.4, 1961 having lived the first two years of the...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    December 8, 2016

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, The Vulgar Herd reared its ugly head, saw the river with the bully-gators, got a glimpse of the elite and them that's with em, standing off to the side, waving the Herd on to the river,...

 

UCLA Basketball Is Ranked No. 2 In Nation

The UCLA's men's basketball program is back according to the latest national basketball polls. The Bruins climbed nine spots to claim the No. 2 position after their surprising 97-92 victory over No....

 

USC Men's Basketball Is Looking For Respect

What does the USC men's basketball team have to do to be recognized? The answer is, keep winning. The Trojans are 8-0 and they are coming off a 91-84 victory over BYU last Saturday at Staples Center,...

 

Trojans Take A Different Path To The Rose Bowl

If someone mentioned Rose Bowl around the USC football program back in September even the most loyal Trojan football fan would have said no way. After starting the season with a 1-3 record the young...

 

Dodgers Announce 2017 Promotional Schedule

The Dodgers’ 2017 promotional schedule will consist of 65 dates. . New items include a replica Fernando Valenzuela jersey, phone charger, chips and salsa dish, kids replica Corey Seager bat, kids pillow case and Labor Day BBQ gloves. Friday Night...

 

Rams' Problems Remain In Loss To New England

It's what everybody expected. The Los Angeles Rams became Tom Brady's 201st victim as the New England Patriot set an all-time record for most wins by a starting NFL quarterback. And clearly, the...

 

Lady Bruins Advance in NCAA Volleyball Championships

The UCLA women’s volleyball team took one step closer to reaching the NCAA final when it beat Murray State and Baylor last Friday and Saturday in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championships. Both matches...

 

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