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Culver City Rally Planned for Inauguration Day

“A group known as Culver City Kennedy Democrats will be holding a Free Speech Rally on Wednesday January 20 s at Culver City Veterans Memorial Park, according to Robert Zirgulis president of Culver City Kennedy Democrats. “Whether you like...

 

Culver City Coronavirus Update: Surge Continues

Experiencing the same dramatic surge in the rate of infection as Los Angeles County, Culver City recorded 181 cases of Coronavirus and 8 deaths in the past week, the County Department of Health has...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    January 14, 2021 

Reader Disputes Overfunding of Public Employee Unions

To the Editor: In a letter published in the Observer (Jan. 7 – 13, 2021) Will Swaim makes the rather absurd claim that public employee unions “are by far the most powerful and lavishly overfunded...

 

President Trump Impeached

he US House of Representatives has impeached President Donald Trump for "incitement of insurrection" at last week's Capitol riot. The Yeas were 221 and the Nays were203 with 8 not voting.Culver City...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 14, 2021 

Third generation Culver City athlete is a late bloomer

Destiny comes in different forms. For Culver City volleyball player Brandon Horn-Bostel his destiny was to be a volleyball player and his story started many years ago when his grandfather attended...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 14, 2021 

USC lands the top football recruit in the Nation

The Pac-12 conference is back. Five-star defensive end Korey Foreman has decided to take his talents to USC and become a Trojan. Foreman, the top ranked player in the nation according to the...

 

Los Angeles County DBA's

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'PLEASE STAY STRONG,' URGES MAYOR ALEX FISCH

One would be hard put to find idle moments in Alex Fisch's day. Culver City's new mayor, who was elected to the City Council in April of 2018, brings considerable background to his position, as set...

 

Covid-19 Deaths Surpasses 11,000 in County as Hospitalizations Increase to Critical Levels

Los Angeles County broke more Covid-19 records this week as it continues to report more than 200 deaths daily and a "huge strain on the emergency medical system." Public Health announced that 11,328...

 

Local Hospitals Experience Upsurge in Patients

Culver City reported 21 new cases for a total of 1,403 cases and 1 new death for a total of 43 deaths. In Los Angeles County there have been more than 1,000 COVID-related deaths in the past week,...

 

Sister City Committee Presents

The Culver City Sister City Committee invites the public to its annual picnic, a Fiesta in the Park, on Sunday, September 9, from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Veterans Park picnic area. Cost is $15 per person ($10 for 16 and under); Mexican...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 7, 2021

Recruiting spotlight shines bight on Centaur student-athletes

The coronavirus has disrupted high school sports like the Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald creates havoc in an opponent's backfield. Every month good and bad information comes out of the CIF...

 

Amazon donates $250,000 to the Culver City Education Foundation

CULVER The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) announced a $250,000 contribution from Amazon to support the much-needed renovation of an outdoor space for the primary campus of the Office of Child Development within the Culver City Unified School...

 

USC lands the top football recruit in the Nation

By Bill Seals The Pac-12 conference is back. Five-star defensive end Korey Foreman has decided to take his talents to USC and become a Trojan. Foreman, the top ranked player in the nation according...

 

Hudson for Local Artists Impacted by COVID-19

H: Hudson Pacific Properties and Macerich to Fund Major Grant to More than $650,000 to be swiftly dispersed to artists across Los Angeles Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. (“Hudson Pacific”) , a Los Angeles-based real estate investment company focu...

 

Holiday Tree Recycling in Culver City

The Culver City Public Works Department wants to share the following tips for holiday tree disposal whether you are putting it out for collection or dropping it off at one of the four designated locations listed below: • Remove all ornaments,...

 

LA County Covid-19 Deaths Top 10,000; Southland Stay-at-Home Order Extended

Los Angeles County reached a grim milestone this week, reporting it surpassed 10,000 confirmed Covid-19 deaths, as its ICU capacity dropped to 0%. Yesterday, the state reported another 30,921 new case...

 

LA County Sets New Records for Covid-19 Deaths, Hospitalizations

The Covid-19 surge is continuing to have a devastating impact on Los Angeles County, including Culver City. Public Health Department has again reported record numbers for new Coronavirus-related...

 

Walk 'n Rollers Honors Meghan Sahli-Wells

Walk 'n Rollers, a local non-profit focused on Safe Routes to School and Active Transportation has awarded Meghan Sahli-Wells with their first annual Golden Sneaker Award. This award recognizes...

 

Coyote in Culver City Now Tracked with Radio Collar for LMU Research

The Loyola Marymount coyote research team has recently made progress in its research in Culver City. The team was able to secure a juvenile male coyote and have fitted him with a radio collar to...

 

Culver City Police Make Drug and Weapons Arrests

On Sunday night December 27 at around 11:00 p.m., Culver City Police Department (CCPD), officers contacted subjects at a local, unnamed motel in the 3900 block of Sepulveda Boulevard. "During their...

 

Black Community Thwarts Second Attempt by Trump-Kushner Connected Developer to Buy the Crenshaw Mall

DFH Partners Agreement to Purchase the Mall was terminated on December 11th after falling to Black Community Pressure For the second time in 7 months, the Black community has beaten back efforts to...

 

The recruiting spotlight shines bight on Centaur student-athletes

The coronavirus has disrupted high school sports like the Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald creates havoc in an opponent's backfield. Every month good and bad information comes out of the CIF...

 

Special Election to Fill Vacant State Senate Seat

Governor Gavin Newsome announced a special election will be held on March 2 to fill the state Senate seat vacated by Holly Mitchell, who was sworn into the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors last week. If no candidate receives a majority, a...

 

Special Election to Fill Vacant State Senate Seat

Governor Gavin Newsom announced a special election will be held on March 2 to fill the state Senate seat vacated by Holly Mitchell, who was sworn into the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors last...

 

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