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Articles from the September 20, 2018 edition

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Centaurs Hope to Rebound after Loss to Palos Verdes

It wasn't the kind of Pacific Ocean sunset that the Centaurs wanted last week, but hope the night will treat them better when they play the Downey Dons on Friday. Culver City High's 12-point lead...

 

Rams to Test Chargers' Potent Offense

Defense and domination are hallmarks of a championship team. The Los Angeles Rams put the rest of the league on early notice as they thoroughly dismantled the Arizona Cardinals, 34-0, before a crowd...

 

LAFC Stay in the Running for Top Playoff Spot

The Los Angeles Football Club earned three big points last Saturday afternoon by outplaying the San Jose Quakes 2-0. With a pair of goals from defender Walker Zimmerman, the win kept the Black and...

 

Teachers Pensions Beat Others by 3-1 MarginBy Neil Rubenstein

In an ironic twist, a recent study by the nonprofit Bellwether Education Partners has found that the rising costs of teacher pension plans are starting to eat into their own salary hikes. Teachers,...

 
 By Tara Egan    News    September 20, 2018

Cannabis Application Deadline Looms

Culver City officials are bracing for what could be an avalanche of applications from entrepreneurs hoping to obtain one of the three permits to legally sell marijuana from retail storefronts within...

 

Culver Weighs Regs on Short-Term Rentals

Culver City officials and local residents were gathering at press time this week to begin formulating a plan to regulate short- term vacation rentals in Culver, fresh on the heels of a study by a...

 

Homeowners, New Buyers should Double-Check Insurance

DEAR DAVE: We received a letter from the company that provides our homeowners insurance policy, urging us to upgrade our current “actual cash value” coverage to something called “replacement...

 

Chargers Ready for Rams after Beating Buffalo

For the second straight season, the Buffalo Bills decided to play a rookie quarterback in his first NFL start against the Chargers and for the second straight season, the result was the same: An easy Charger victory, this time by a 31-20 margin. The...

 

Culver Expects another Barn-Burner Against Dorsey

After absorbing their first loss of the season 37-36 in their first away game at Palos Verdes, the Cents return home to face another strong and powerful winless team in the Dorsey Dons. The reason why the Dons are winless is because they have faced h...

 

Culver Centaurs Clobber Dorsey

The Culver City High School varsity football team beat Dorsey on Friday night by a score of 42-0. Read the full story with all the details by Fred Altieri in this week's Culver City Observer and online at www.culvercityobserver.co...

 

Bruins, Trojans Hope to Improve

The two major college football teams in Los Angeles have only one victory going into the fourth week of the season and may need to make changes if they hope to get a bowl berth. The UCLA Bruins are...

 

My 'Hamilton Experience'

By Spencer Lee, Age 11 Special from KidScoop Media I recently saw the musical "Hamilton" on Broadway in New York City. I fell in love with this musical since I first heard the soundtrack a year ago....

 

Emblem Club Holds Fashion Show

Nearly 75 members of the Culver City Emblem Club and their friends attended the organization's annual charity fundraising fashion show and lunch this week at the local Elks Lodge, dining on gourmet fo...

 

Culver Weighs Regulations on Short-Term Rentals

Culver City officials and local residents were gathering at press time this week to begin formulating a plan to regulate short- term vacation rentals in Culver, fresh on the heels of a study by a...

 

Culver Woman's Club Sets Fundraiser

The Culver City Woman's Club will sponsor its annual charity fundraising fashion show at clothing retailer Talbots Oct. 13 at Manhattan Village, 3200 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Manhattan Beach. The doors...

 

City Hikes Efforts to Curb Coyote Invasion

Culver officials are ramping up their efforts to curb the City's growing problems with coyotes roaming local neighborhoods, including the establishment of a "dedicated coyote hotline" to report...

 

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