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Culver High Has a Busy Post-Season

This coming week is going to be a busy one for Culver City High school bus drivers. Every team, this winter season has made their CIF SS Division playoff. The Girls' Water Polo team finished second...

 

Hate Crime Rears its Ugly Head

Joshua Immanuel Ebow, 30, of Los Angeles a former delivery driver pleaded not guilty Monday to charges stemming from a series of alleged hate crime attacks on men in Culver City, West Los Angeles and...

 

Culver City Man Sentenced to Life Without Parole in Triple-Murder Case

A Culver City man was sentenced Friday to three life prison terms without the possibility of parole for killing his 67-year-old father and two other men the same day. Juan Roberto Saucedo, 39, pleaded no contest to murdering his father, Robert, and...

 

Clark Construction and ARUP Volunteers Work Side-by-Side with SBHS Students on Clean-up Effort

While most high school students were out enjoying the spectacular Southern California last weekend, a group of 15 students from St. Bernard joined volunteers from Clark Construction and ARUP to...

 

Center Theatre Group Honors the Life of Kirk Douglas

Movie legend and philanthropist Kirk Douglas passed away today Wednesday February 5. "Center Theatre Group is saddened by the passing of this truly great man," Center Theatre Group Artistic Director...

 

Black History Month Celebrated in Music

MidDAY At Grace concert Returns on Thursday, February 13 at 12pm. San Francisco and LA Opera soprano, Tammy Jenkins and pianist, Robert Turner in their program commemorating African American Heritage Month The audience is welcome to join for all or...

 

Girls Basketball Team Notches Two Wins

Two Ocean League games this week will determine when and where the Culver City High girls basketball team will be playing when the CIF Division 2A Basketball Playoffs begin next week. The Centaurs...

 

Varsity Girls Tie on Senior Night

By Rob Aigner Sports Reporter The Varsity Girls soccer team battled till the end on senior night last Friday against El Segundo. The Centaurs not only needed a win to keep them in the middle of a...

 

Challenging Week for Boys Varsity Soccer

By Rob Aigner Sports Reporter What a difference seven days can make. The Culver City boys soccer team started the week of January 27th undefeated in league play with a 5-0-1 record and in complete...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 6, 2020

Chiefs win Super Bowl LIV in Epic Comeback

The San Francisco 49ers had just taken a 10-point lead on a one-yard touchdown run by Raheem Mostert. The score had been setup by the first interception of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick...

 

Environmental Groups Endorse Mitchell for Supervisor

After considering the candidates running in the election for Los Angeles County Supervisor, 2nd District, the Sierra Club is proud to endorse State Senator Holly Mitchell. She also received the...

 

West Basin Announces Public Outreach Schedule

West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) announced the schedule of its public outreach programs for 2020, which include the return of its popular Lunch and Learn class series, Water 101 class...

 

The Lakers Are Looking to Move on

It's still hard for the Lakers and the rest of the basketball world to move forward after the death of Kobe Bryant of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and eight other people on January 26, but like they say...

 

Black Lives Matter

The Culver City Democratic Club will hold its next meeting on Wednesday February 12. The speaker will be from Black Lives Matter. The meeting will be held at the Veteran's Memorial Building, 4117...

 

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