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Field of Valor Honors Veterans

On Veterans Day, 500 flags surrounded the borders of Veterans Memorial Park in Culver City. On each flag was a yellow ribbon listin the names of veterans and first responders who served the country...

 

Council to Discuss Rent Control Ballot Measure

At the City Council meeting on Nov. 18 at 7 p.m., the council plans to hold a discussion of a proposed initiative measure regarding rent control submitted to the city clerk by the group known as Protect Culver City. The initiative, should it qualify...

 

Centaurs Win over Chino Hills

The Culver City High School football team beat host Chino Hills Friday night 62-35 in the second round of the CIF playoffs. Read the full story by sports writer Fred Altieri on this week's Culver...

 

Council Candidates Line Up

Vice Mayor Goran Eriksson and Civic Service Commission Chairman Albert Vera have joined Yasmine-Imani McMorrin in announcing their candidacy for City Council in the 2020 years election. Eriksson will...

 

Transparent California releases data CalPERS, Pensions and Public Pay

Transparent California, California’s largest public pay, and pension database said recently nearly 900 percent increase in CalPERS benefits dwarfs economic growth, taxpayers’ ability to pay. The...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 14, 2019

Chargers Fall to Raiders

The Los Angeles Chargers will never make another trip to Oakland to play the Raiders. With the Raiders making the move to Las Vegas in 2020 to play in a new venue, the Chargers next road trip to play...

 

Steelers Beat Rams 17-12

Trouble in Tinseltown? A mere nine games removed from Super Bowl LIII, The Los Angeles Rams are dealing with their first real crisis in the Sean McVay era. Having two weeks to prepare for a Pittsburgh...

 

Teachers Union Proposes Another Foolish Plan

In 2013-14, according to the LA County District Teacher Salary Survey, Culver City Unified was ranked 40th out of 48 districts--about $3,280 or 3.9% below the median salary. In order to achieve the district-union partnership’s goal of raising...

 

Rams and Chargers Need Wins to Stay in the Playoff Hunt

The Chargers and the Rams are falling fast in the NFL standings. The Chargers are in third place in their division with a record of 4-6 and the Rams are in third place in their division with a record...

 

Clippers and Lakers are as Good as Advertised

Occasionally teams look good on paper but their performances don't match the paperwork. The Clippers and Lakers look good on paper and on the court. Both teams are playing at a high level but it's sti...

 

Coyote Cams Installed

Loyola Marymount University (LMU) researchers, in collaboration with the Culver City Police Department (CCPD) recently installed automated camera systems, also called "critter cams," to monitor...

 

Rep. Barragan talks impeachment to her constituents

CARSON, CA - Congress is now full-fledged into this impeachment thing with hearings and testimonies lined up to speak up about possible corruption that President Donald Trump may have been involved in. How does that affect Culver City and local juris...

 

NFL Power Rankings – Week 11

1. San Francisco 49ers (8-1): The 49ers finally fell from the unbeaten, losing in overtime to the Seahawks at home. The difference in this game was a missed field goal in OT. They have not played a...

 

Centaurs Roll Over Bishop Diego in Playoffs

Chino Hills or Bust! Culver City High football is ready to take their unbeaten record on the road after eliminating visiting Bishop Diego High, 34-6, in the opening round of the 2019 CIF Division 5 Pl...

 

Communication Between Parents and Children

The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Culver City High School Library. Refreshments will be available before the start of the program. At 7 p.m. featured presenter...

 

Pensions and Retirement funds Cast City in Debt?

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor The City Council voting to hold a special election to generate more income for the city after announcing to the world that there might be a money shortage isn't new....

 
 By Bill Seals    News    November 14, 2019

Centaurs Overwhelm Chino Hills

The Chino Hills High School football team, known as the Huskies, had seen some good quarterbacks and good passing attacks. But it had not seen anything quite like what rolled in on Friday Night. In a...

 

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