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Articles from the November 22, 2018 edition

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2018 NFL Power Rankings - Week 12

2018 NFL Power Rankings - Week 12 1. New Orleans Saints (10-1) - The Saints have won ten in a row, but the schedule will become more challenging in the coming weeks with the Cowboys, Steelers and...


2018 NFL Power Rankings - Week 11

2018 NFL Power Rankings - Week 11 1. New Orleans Saints (9-1) - The Saints don't appear to have any weaknesses. Even their punter, Thomas Morstead, is fifth in the NFL in net average, despite only att...


Golden State Water Donates Turkeys

During the month of November, Golden State Water Company (Golden State Water) worked in partnership with elected officials and community leaders to distribute more than 8,000 turkeys to organizations that serve families and individuals with limited r... Full story


"Recalculating . . ." A Thanksgiving Gratitude

Since I am very thankful to be alive and able to write this story, Thanksgiving seems an appropriate time to share an experience that happened this summer. I was going to call it “A Tutorial in... Full story

 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 22, 2018

Chargers Lose to Broncos

The Chargers somehow managed to lose to the Broncos. In the NFL, mental errors, turnovers and too many penalties can turn a good team into a mediocre team. NFL teams practice all season to eliminate t... Full story


Rams Down Chiefs 54-51

The Los Angeles Rams epic 54-51 win over the Kansas City Chiefs not only lived up to the hype, it distorted the standard by which great games will be measured. The record-setting heavy weight match... Full story


Coyote Attacks Three Year Old

A coyote attacked and bit a attacked a three year old child playing in a park in Placentia. The child was bitten in the head. Placentia police officers shot and killed the coyote after locating it.... Full story


Parkland Survivors Attends UCI's Pre-Election Rally to Galvanized Young Voters

Kid Scoop Media Mentor By Sharmin Shanur- On November 3, 2018, March For Our Lives, coordinated a pre-election rally starring the Parkland Survivors, Gilbert Cisneros and many other famous faces in an... Full story


Gayle Imogene Machado

Gayle Imogene Machado passed away peacefully at home on November 2, 2018 at age 98, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Kingston, Missouri and raised in Ames, Iowa, she was the third of four... Full story


Culver High Grad Riedy Dies at 75

Gerald Alan Riedy passed on October 7, 2018 in Phoenix AZ at the age of 75. He had been living with his son, Tom Riedy, in recent years. Gerry was born in Culver City August 15, 1943, his parents were Charles and Peggy Riedy. He was educated in... Full story


Red Light Cameras Worse than Speed Traps in the South

Did you realize Culver City ladies have a better chance if winning the Lottery than being a member of the Fire Department. Women have always been discriminated against with wages and benefits as... Full story


Sister City Celebrates 35th Anniversary

Members of the Culver City Sister City Committee at a recent city council meeting to show a painting of Culver City City Hall by local artist Maria Kurtz (holding painting) which was later presented... Full story



Culver City Firefighters returned home on Tuesday after battling the Hill fire and the Woolsey fire as part of a strike team including Culver City, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills Fire Departments.... Full story

 By Tara Egan    News    November 22, 2018

Kiwis Help Habitat For Humanity Build Homes in Culver City

A group of New Zealanders and volunteers for Habitat For Humanity were busy last weekend working on six new homes on Globe Avenue in Culver City. Habitat For Humanity is an organization that helps bui... Full story


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