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Articles from the January 23, 2020 edition

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Dead Homeless Man Was Unarmed

Los Angeles police revealed this week that the man killed during a confrontation with officers at a homeless encampment in Culver City was unarmed. The circumstances of the incident are still under in...

 

Service Clubs Work to Beautify La Ballona School

Last Saturday, at La Ballona School, a group of local volunteers from various service clubs descended upon the school site to help revitalize the gardens with fresh new plantings and to install a new...

 

Missing Culver City Teacher Found Safe

A Culver City middle school teacher has been found safe according to officials at the Culver City Unified School District school officials said Tuesday, two days after they alerted parents about her...

 

Exer Urgent Care to Open in Culver City

Exer Urgent Care will celebrate its grand opening on January 29 in Culver City. Located at 8985 Venice Blvd at the intersection of Venice Blvd & Culver Blvd, across from Media Park. The center...

 

Celebrating Black Culture in Art

In conjunction with the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum (MCLM), the West Los Angeles College Gallery will host a special exhibit throughout February in honor of Black History Month. Artifacts...

 

Annual LA Lights Tournament of Champions Rhythmic Gymnastics Event

Saturday, January 25th and Sunday, January 26th, the Culver City-based Los Angeles School of Gymnastics will host its Annual LA Lights Rhythmic Gymnastics Tournament of Champions Event at the...

 

Reflections From the Presidential Debate at LMU

Joseph Shapiro, 10 KidScoop Media Correspondent It was December 19, 2019. I'd been looking forward to the Democratic presidential debate since September. I was sweating but I wasn't sure if it was...

 

Culver High Boys Soccer Team has set the "Table"

By Rob Aigner Special to the Culver City Observer Four games into the Ocean League season, the boys' varsity soccer team sits on top of the Ocean league standings with a perfect 4-0 record at press...

 

CCHS Girls Basketball Rolling Again

After a tough pre-league schedule and a very rough start due to key player injuries, the Culver City High girls basketball team has regained its composure and are tied for second place in the Ocean...

 

Cruising The Central Coast: Avila Beach and Cayucos

By Mona Day Travel Writer http://www.DineSeeTravel.com The Central Coast is one of my favorite places to get away from LA: with its scenic beauty and nature activities, it is the perfect antidote to t...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 23, 2020

Los Angeles Chargers 2020 NFL Hall of Fame Centennial Class Thursday, January 16, 2020

The special Centennial Class for the Pro Football Hall of Fame was announced last week by the NFL, sending 15 individuals to football immortality in Canton: Harold Carmichael, Jim Covert, Bill...

 

WLAC Baseball Team Fields First Female Player

When West Los Angeles College takes the field at its first home game on Friday, January 24 at 2:00 p.m., there will be the typical new season excitement, the usual parents and friends in the stands,...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    January 23, 2020

NO on Prop K

Dear Editor, Culver City homeowner’s are currently paying taxes for UNIFIED SCHOOLS and COMMUNITY COLLAGE, and we have been for some years. I have been paying, approximately $100.00 per year. Check...

 

Lucky Liquor Not So Lucky After Robbery

The Culver City and Los Angeles Police Departments are seeking two suspects in back-to-back robberies last Friday. At about 12:30 a.m. on Friday, December 31, the two suspects dressed in all black...

 

Jefferson Business Park Sells For $73.5 million

While the price of homes I Culver City has skyrocketed in recent years business properties are also keeping up with the increase in value. Redcar Properties has acquired the Westside Jefferson...

 

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