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Articles from the July 26, 2018 edition

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 By David W. Myers    News    July 26, 2018

Culver Police May Get Rid of its 'Boneyard'

By David W. Myers Managing Editor After weeks of debate, the Culver City Council has approved the Police Department's request to spend up to $650,000 to outfit its Duquesne Avenue headquarters with...

 

CCFD Deployed on Idyllwild Fire

At 02:30am Thursday morning, a strike team including Culver City engine companies E41 & E43 along with Beverly Hills E1, E3 and Santa Monica E6 were deployed to the Cranston Fire burning in the...

 
 By Sami Shanman    News    July 26, 2018

'Road to Change' Seeks to Curb Gun Violence

By Sami Shanman, Age 14 Kid Scoop Media Correspondent March For Our Lives was started by a group of Marjory Stoneman Douglas students after 17 students died on their Parkland, Fla. campus in one of...

 

Kershaw to start Monday

Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw and the rest of the Dodgers will start a seven game home stand on Monday against the Milwaukee Brewers.ay...

 

High Court Deals Unions a Blow

The obvious winners from the Supreme Court's decision in Janus v. AFSCME last month are the hundreds of thousands of teachers and other public workers who will no longer have union “agency fees...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    July 26, 2018

No Stinking Drought

Dear Editor, Drought? We don’t got no (sic) stinking drought! On May 22, I emailed the city manager, John Nachbar, regarding a massive ongoing water leak from the irrigation system at the Culver...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    July 26, 2018

Del Mar Lives Up to Opening-Day Hype

Opening Day 2018 at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club Racetrack once again lived up to its billing, delighting the festive hat-adorned crowd. The predicted foul weather was held at bay where "the turf...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    July 26, 2018

Rams Sign Gurley, But Still Have Problems

The Los Angeles Rams took another big step in becoming an NFL championship threat on Tuesday as they agreed to a four-year extension contract with running back Todd Gurley. The reported $60-million...

 

Cooling Center Open in Culver City

With the heat pushing record temperatures again officials have opened the Culver City Senior Center as a "cooling center this week. The center is located at 4095 Overland Ave. The center is open on Mo...

 

Lucky's Has Arrived

Proving that women mayors "just wanna have fun" too, Jozelle Smith and Meghan Sahli-Wells attend the sneak preview reception of the soon-to-open Lucky's, formerly Dear John's, 11208 Culver Blvd....

 
 By David W. Myers    News    July 26, 2018

More Birds Flocking to Town

By David W. Myers Managing Editor Love them or hate them, more Birds are arriving in Culver City. By a unanimous 5-0 vote, the Culver Council has agreed to allow Bird, the motorized-scooter firm that...

 

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