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Articles from the December 7, 2017 edition

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UCLA Will Be Better Off Without Ball Controversy

Some experts who follow high school and college basketball closer than I often share their opinions so I can write with intelligence. Lately they’ve shared the news that the NBA doesn’t consider...

 

Karen Bass Reports

The following message is from an email to me from the offices of Congresswoman Karen Bass Do you know how many members of Team Trump have left or been forced out? Since Donald Trump took office in...

 

Culver's Sequoia Sherriff Is Finalist at YoungArts

Culver’s Sequoia Sherriff Is Finalist at YoungArts YoungArts has announced its 2018 winner. They include Sequoia Sherriff (17) from Culver City High School who won for Cinematic Arts. YoungArts winners are 757 of the nation’s most promising young...

 

Council Rushes to Pot

In what is a rare display at city hall the council rushed to approve three retail marijuana stores in Culver City. There was much public discussion with those opposed to the stores citing higher crime rates near the stores and the influence it would...

 

Mike Todd, Sculptor-Primary Structures, 1967 to 2017

Sculptor Michael Todd will be featured in the Winter show in the Fine Arts Gallery at West Los Angeles College from December 7 to January 7. Todd creates sculptural works in wood, metal, and clay....

 

Bus Stops Get New Look

Culver CityBus has begun to upgrade the City's Bus Stop Furniture. The Project, scheduled to begin this month includes 31 bus stops along Sepulveda Boulevard, a segment of Washington Boulevard...

 

Road Rage Shooting Nets Arrest

In what police thought would be a difficult case to crack, police said a KTLA news story, in which police asked for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect, resulted in an anonymous tip that led to the suspect’s arrest. Lucian Wayne...

 

Senior Softball League Invites New Players

Men, ages 55 and older, and women, 45 and up, play Sunday mornings at Veterans Park in the Culver City Senior Softball League. New players of all abilities are invited to play in pickup games, 9 a.m. in December and January before the start of the...

 

Rams Win, Eye Showdown With Eagles

It was all business in the desert as the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Arizona Cardinals, 32-16, on Sunday, December 3. The game wasn't easy yet the Rams made the final score look easy, improving...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    December 7, 2017

First Place Chargers Will Host Redskins Sunday

The NFL is considered a young man's league, but don't tell NFL quarterbacks that. The top four passing offenses in the NFL are led by veteran quarterbacks: Tom Brady with the New England Patriots is...

 

Hope Parrish Named Historical Society President

On Wednesday, January 17, 2018 former Vice President of Programs Hope M. Parrish will be taking the helm of the Culver City Historical Society as its next president. Hope is a third-generation motion...

 

UCLA Gets The Coach It Wanted

UCLA introduced its new football coach, Chip Kelly during a packed press conference on the school's campus last Monday. If you could package the smiles from boosters into victories Kelly would be...

 

Police Chase Ends in Culver City Crash

Santa Monica Police pursed an assault subject into Culver City on Monday. According to Lt. Saul Rodriguez of the Santa Monica Police Department, at approximately 2:40 pm Oscar Garcia, 38, allegedly...

 

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