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Multi-Agency Force Seizes $60 Million in Meth, Cocaine, Say Culver Police

.A drug-trafficking investigation, conducted by Culver City police along with detectives from other agencies, has netted 2,500 pounds of Methamphetamine and about 200 kilos of cocaine valued at $60...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 3, 2021

Bruins to Defend Softball Title in OKC

OKC Bound! The UCLA Bruins will travel to Oklahoma City to defend their 2019 NCAA National Softball Championship beginning this Thursday. After losing Game 1 of the best-of-three series in...

 

Bryan Elected in Assembly Race

The Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder's office release updated totals in the special election primary to fill the vacant seat in the 54th Assembly District. Isaac Bryan wins assembly seat passing...

 

Council Will Revisit "Hero Pay" Issue at Next Meeting

If Opposition to the so called "hero's pay" appears to be growing in light of the announced end of COVD19 restrictions on June 15. due to the continued success in reducing the threat of further...

 

Jackson's Remarkable Record of Service to the Community

The St. Bernard High School senior had not yet begun school when she learned that helping others was something everyone was expected to do. "I got it from my grandma," said Jackson. "We helped the nei...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    June 3, 2021

Culver City Mandated Premium Pay For Health Care Workers Is Bad for Business

The City Council of Culver City last week voted in favor of a government-mandated premium pay ordinance for health care workers in the city, and the measure is scheduled for a second vote on Monday,...

 

Sister City Committee Announces Virtual Installation Dinner

Culver City Sister City Committee, Inc. cordially invites you to join their virtual Installation Meeting of the 57th Board of Directors. We will be recognizing outstanding contributions from our...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    June 3, 2021

UCLA closes spring football practice healthy and optimistic

The UCLA Bruins football team finished the 2020 season with a bad taste in their mouths and if the final spring practice is any indication, they are ready to spring into action this fall to get that...

 

UCLA's Thompson-Robinson is a mixed bag in Spring Showcase

BY ERIC LAMBKINS II Special to the Culver City Observer Fans of UCLA football want nothing more than to see the Bruins compete for a National Championship. After the team's "Spring Showcase," last...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    June 3, 2021

Centaurs make their presence felt in the CIF playoffs

The pandemic can not stop the Culver City varsity sports machine. It keeps rolling along. During the past week seven Culver City teams played and ran in the prestigious CIF playoffs. Baseball, boys'...

 

LAFC to Return to Full Capacity at Banc of California Stadium on June 19

Tickets on Sale June 9 for Games Beginning June 19 Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) today announced that in anticipation of California's reopening via the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, Banc of...

 

Keep the Coyotes at Bay

By Denise Delyle Special to the Observer Photo: Lost pet posters. Please keep your companion animals indoors at all times when you cannot be supervising! "Covid this, Covid that... It wouldn't kill yo...

 

Bobcat Kittens Found in Oak Tree Cavity.

By Ana Cholo, NPS. Using VHF radiotelemetry and GPS points from the mother's (B-370) collar, National Park Service biologists located the female bobcat in a cavity of a large oak tree on April 15, 202...

 

Cal to End Social Distancing in June

(AP) - California no longer will require social distancing and will allow full capacity for businesses when the state reopens on June 15, the state's top health official said Friday. "We're at a...

 

SMMUSD Students Keep Chromebooks for Summer

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Students who were issued Chromebooks by the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District will not have to return their devices if they plan to continue with learning over the summer, school officials said this...

 

Council Tackles Biennial Budget

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer The City Council held two study sessions this week to review the proposed 2021-23 Biennial Budget which “positions Santa Monica to safely and responsibly emerge from the COVID-19 emergency orders and cultivate...

 

Kevin McKeown Resigns

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer 5/25/21: At Tuesday's Santa Monica City Council meeting, longtime City Council member Kevin McKeown announced that he would retire as of June 11, 2021. He...

 

Wolfgang Knabe New SMFD Chief

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Wolfgang Knabe has been appointed as Interim Santa Monica Fire Chief, city officials announced Friday. He will start his temporary post June 10. Knabe, a 40-year...

 

Local Briefs

Garcetti to be Appointed Ambassador to India Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has been tapped to become President Joe Biden's ambassador to India. Garcetti has yet to comment on the reports, and his...

 

Local briefs 2

2 Acre Brush Fire in LA LA County Firefighters responded to the area of 15820 Pacific Coast Highway around 6 p.m. Monday May 21, as flames burned in medium to heavy brush. About an hour later, crews established a perimeter around the 2-acre fire....

 
 By Letters    Opinion    June 3, 2021

Miracle for Santa Monica Pro-Developer Council Member McKeown Resigns.

A miracle just happened for the residents of Santa Monica that can save our city forever: Councilmember Kevin McKeown, who has served for decades in this role, just unexpectedly announced his...

 

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