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Articles from the January 2, 2020 edition

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 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 2, 2020

Charger Lose Last Game of Season

The 2019 Los Angeles Chargers statistically had one of the better defenses in the NFL. They also statistically had one of the better passing offenses in the NFL. But too many mistakes throughout the...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    January 2, 2020

See You Next Year

The Rams wrapped up their final game ever at historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in a very satisfying way. The 31-24 victory over the Arizona Cardinals was a tribute to the 37 seasons the team play...

 

NFL Power Rankings – Week 17

1. Baltimore Ravens (13-2): The Ravens have clinched homefield advantage for the AFC playoffs and will rest their key starters in week 17, which includes quarterback Lamar Jackson. Any AFC team in the...

 

Students Learn Valuable Lesson at Turning Point School

Each year during the holidays, Turning Point and S.A.V.E.S (Saint Augustine Volunteer Emergency Services). come together to help feed members of our Culver City community. This year, we were able to...

 

Culver City Man Suspect in Pasadena Burglary

Thomas Roering, 38, of Culver City was arrested at gunpoint on suspicion of attempted residential burglary and felony evading by South Pasadena Police. According to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Roering lead South Pasadena police on a chase then...

 

Thompson Announces Run to Unseat Bass

Larry Thompson, veteran entertainment attorney/personal manager/film producer has announced that he is running for California's 37th congressional district against Culver City Rep. Karen Bass (D)....

 

Doomies Closes

After a mere eight months Vegan Restaurant Doomies Home Cookin’ has shuttered the Culver City location. The Vegan restaurant cited red tape “permit hurdles” at city hall, unforeseen renovations and missed opportunities as reasons behind the...

 

Democrats to Discuss Homeless Crisis

The Culver City Democratic Club will hold its next meeting on Wednesday January 8. The business meeting will begin at 7 pm. The program will begin at 8 pm. On hand will be a panel of activists on the...

 

The Call for Female Firefighters

I am truly amazed with the Mayor, the Honorable Meghan Sahli-Wells for not speaking more forcibly as it relates to the lack of lady firefighters in our city. Perhaps the fire chief should institute...

 

Kentwood Players Presents THE GIVER

Kentwood Players, , welcomes the New Year and its 70th Anniversary with the futuristic, multimedia play THE GIVER, adapted for the stage by Eric Coble, based on the Newberry Award-winning book by Lois...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    January 2, 2020

Clarifies Position Opposing CCPD Drone Program

Dear Observer, In 'Drone Program Receives High Marks' (Dec. 19-25, 2019 p. 1) Mr. Hadland writes: 'One written card objected to the program as drones are being purchased from a company that provides...

 

Fruit Tree Pruning Demonstration

On Sunday, January 19th, Greener Way Associates will be offering a pruning demonstration n2 - 4 pm, followed by a reception. The demonstration will be held at Greener Way Associates, located at 10708...

 

City to Provide Compost Bins

This Holiday season Culver City’s Public Works - Environmental Programs & Operations Division is selling Soil Saver Classic Compost Bins for easy at home composting. Soil Saver bins are durable, strong, and 100% made from recycled materials. Each...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 2, 2020

USC Men's Basketball Faces LSU Staples Center on Saturday

The 9-2 USC men's basketball team will play the 8-2 Louisiana State University (LSU) Tigers on Saturday at the Staples Center at 6 p.m. Both teams come into the game with winning streaks and...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    January 2, 2020

Maintenance Lacking in Culver City?

Dear Editor, Recently I was in touch with our City Maintenance Department. I need to have a tree removed since it is raising my driveway and front porch. I have lived here in town since 1972, and for...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 2, 2020

Dordoni's Continue to Keep Culver City Heads Above the Water

When someone mentions Culver City high school water polo or swimming you have to quickly refer to the Dordoni family. That name has been synonymous with water sports at Culver City high school for the...

 

Club Provides Blankets for Meals on Wheels

The Culver City Woman's Club recently crocheted many lap blankets, afghans and scarves as gifts for some of the recipients of the Culver Palms Meals on Wheels program. CPMOW provides nutritious meals...

 

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