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City Council Declares Fiscal Emergency

Buoyed by the words of Culver City’s Chief Financial Officer Onyx Jones who said that ”our fiscal emergency is today,” the City Council voted 5-0 to declare -- without consulting the Financial...

 

Community Meeting on Use of Drones

Earlier this year, the Culver City Police Department began a pilot program on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) commonly called drones. The drones are under strict supervision on a senior...

 

Rams Defeat Bengals 24-10 In London

Bye Week meant a little more as the Los Angeles Rams wasted little time in moving forward following Sunday's 24-10 victory over the hapless and winless Cincinnati Bengals at Wembley Stadium in...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 31, 2019

LA Chargers Squeak by Bears

Hall of Fame Coach Bill Parcells once said, "There is winning and then there is misery." For the Los Angeles Chargers, there has been a lot of recent misery. The Chargers, losers of five of their...

 

Five Out of Five Football Wins is Good for Local Teams

Last week all five of our local high school, college and professional football teams won their games. Culver City, USC, UCLA, Rams and Chargers were conquered their opponents. This week Culver City wi...

 

School Counselor Receives Educational Recognition

By Rikesh Patel Observer Intern Sarah Slemmons, currently a Culver City Middle School counselor, was officially awarded the role of California School Counselor of the Year 2020 during last week’s School Board meeting. Modestly, she thanks the...

 

Culver City Firefighters Head North

After fighting the Tick fire near Santa Clarita Strike Team XLA-1075A was released and reassigned to the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County some four hundred miles north. The Kinkade fire has currently...

 

Lady Centaurs Win D III Quarterfinals

The Lady Centaurs didn't lose their cool, last night when they fell behind Wilson's fast start in the first set 20-10. The team made the necessary adjustments to their game as Coach Tanner Siegal...

 

Culver High Defeats Hawthorne 55-8

There's one game remaining in Culver City High's undefeated 2019 football season before the team starts focusing on the CIF Playoffs beginning the following weekend. The Centaurs will host Beverly...

 

NFL Power Rankings – Week 9

1. New England Patriots (8-0): The Pats have a dominant defense and a significant reason has been the use of the "zero blitz." The zero blitz is a defense with no deep safety help and as many as seven...

 

Asian World Film Fest Returns to Culver City

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) and the Asian World Film Festival (AWFF) announce the first HFPA Snow Leopard Scholarship, which will be awarded to a new Asian short filmmaker during the Festival's fifth anniversary in Culver City,...

 

Tito's and Tito's Present Check to Arts Foundation

Tito's Taco's owners Lynne Davidson and Wirt Morton along with Tito's Vodka Field Marketing Director Brian Herlihy present a check for $22,572.14 to Culver City Arts Foundation Vice Chair Jim Clarke,...

 

Star Trek and Human Destiny

Star Trek's creator, the legendary Gene Roddenberry, imagined a hopeful future. The human race has abolished war, created a peaceful, sustainable and unified world, and come together with other...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 31, 2019

Cumulus Project Presents Danger to Eastside of Culver City

by Charles and Susan Deen Special to The Culver City Observer The first Cumulus high-rise, glass-covered tower that is looming over the Culver City eastern town limits has a most glaring and major...

 

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