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Articles from the November 11, 2021 edition

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Culver City Centaurs continue to fly under the radar

This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for Culver City high school football. A truck load of seniors graduated from last seasons' team and in that graduating class was two All-State players, severa...

 

Kopitar is leading the LA Kings with his great leadership and skill

Anze Kopitar, leader and captain of the LA Kings is continuing to defy all odds and carry the team on his shoulders. His leadership and energy is contagious as he continues to make every player on the...

 

2021 NFL Power Rankings – Week 10

1. Arizona Cardinals (8-1): The Cardinals added backup quarterback Colt McCoy in the offseason for the veteran minimum of $1.075 million. He also received a signing bonus of $137,500. It was a good...

 

Bicyclist Shot, Punched, Kicked on National Boulevard Bike Path

Culver City police are looking for at least two men who allegedly shot, punched and kicked a bicyclist on National Boulevard last Thursday morning. The shooting occurred on November 4 around 1:45...

 

Vaccination Rate in Culver City Tops 90%

Still contending with the Delta variant, the Los Angeles County Public Health Department has reported the following Covid-19 totals for Culver City and LA County: Cases in Culver City – 3,012 as of...

 

Kid Reporters Watch as President heads Back to Washington D.C.

Charlotte Dichter, age 12 Kid's Scoop Media On September 14th, I arrived at a private section of Long Beach Airport to cover the departure of Air Force One as a member of the press reporting for...

 

MORE THAN 150 CHILDREN TO BE ADOPTED DURING VIRTUAL NATIONAL ADOPTION DAY EVENT

On Saturday, Nov. 20, judicial officers from the Superior Court of Los Angeles County will join pro bono attorneys from the Alliance for Children’s Rights and Public Counsel, along with officials...

 

Culver City Receives Grant for Bicycle, Pedestrian Safety Education

Culver City has been awarded a $75,000 Grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for bicycle and pedestrian safety education. This grant will assist the city in developing and...

 

The Rams will try to regroup against San Francisco

The Rams will have an extra day to prepare for their 144th regular season meeting with archrival San Francisco 49ers for this week's Monday Night Football game at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. Los...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 11, 2021

Chargers are back in first place after road win in Philadelphia

The Los Angeles Chargers are back to normal, for at least one week. The Chargers had lost their way the past few weeks after consecutive losses to the Ravens and Patriots. Their high-powered air...

 

All hands on deck for the surging Clippers

One person, alone, can be easily defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer; but when all hands are in, the Los Angeles Clippers are showcasing how difficult they will be nightly for...

 

For Culver City football defense wins playoff game

Good defense travels well. Culver City High School football team made that a focal point last Friday night after they bussed 140 miles to the desert city of Indio and eliminated Shadow Hills High, 21-...

 

Culver City's Joey Chabola wins the Heisman Scholarship Award

The Heisman Memorial Trophy is renowned for symbolizing the pursuit of excellence with integrity. The Heisman High School Scholarship, presented by Acceptance Insurance, extends the Heisman prestige...

 

Girls Track Team Honors Gold Medal Winning Para-Olympian

Culver City girls head track coach, Rayfield Beaton, sitting on the track, takes a picture with some of the girls on the track and field team and Paralympic 400 meter World record holder Breanna...

 

LA Marathon Runs Sunday, Nov. 7th.

If you're trying to get around town this Sunday during the L.A. Marathon, you may want to think ahead. Angelenos can expect to navigate multiple road and freeway ramp closures along the 26.2 mile route starting from 4 a.m. Saturday, with some that...

 

Homeless Pets

By Sarah Storkin Many homeless people hit the streets along with their pets. Others acquire pets when they are homeless. The animals seemingly don't discriminate on the basis of housing. They are...

 

Homeless in Brentwood Veteran's Row Moved

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Nearly 100 homeless people have decided to move from their encampment along San Vicente Boulevard in Brentwood and from their tents in Westchester Park to temporary housing, Los Angeles city and county officials...

 

Local Briefs

SMPD Seeks Car Keying Suspect The Santa Monica Police Department were seeking the identity of a man seen defacing automobiles near Arizona Avenue on Lincoln Blvd on Thursday, 11/4/21. The middle aged man apparently deliberately dragged his key down...

 

Santa Monica Council to Adopt Anti-Nepotism Policy Next Week

Santa Monica City Councilmembers will no longer consider appointing family members to city boards, commissions or task forces. The City Council is expected to approve at its upcoming Tuesday meeting an anti-nepotism policy which would ban...

 

New City Attorney: What Should SM Look For?

Opinion By Matt Neco Being an outstanding City Attorney is a serious job that needs to be taken seriously. We (our City Council acting on our behalf and in our best interests) need to be serious in selecting our next City Attorney. And so the...

 

Rally Protesting Vaccine Mandates

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer 11/4/21- - Yesterday afternoon, a rally was held in Palisades Park in Santa Monica as part of a "Worldwide Walkout" to protest vaccine mandates. According to a...

 

Samohi Theatre

By Marni Ayers, SamoHi Theatre Producer (and mom). For almost 2 years they have been doing online theater, one mom explained. "Which was challenging, but kept them connected to each other." "The...

 

SM Extends Local Emergency to 1/31

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer The city of Santa Monica has extended its remaining local emergency orders to January 31, 2022, including tenant protections against eviction. The 41st Emergency Supplement, signed October 29, protects the...

 

SMC Compete for College Prize

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer SMC was among 150 institutions selected by the Aspen Institute this week to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, a recognition of high achievement and performance among...

 

WeHo Minimum Wage Highest in the US

By Corva Corvax, a Logical Opinion 11/4 The West Hollywood City Council voted on Wednesday to pass an ordinance to raise the minimum wage in their municipality to $17.64 per hour. The wage increase would go first to hotel workers, who would start...

 

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