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Centaurs battle La Serna after unexpected bye week

Sports all over the world are finding out that there is a secret and quiet opponent hiding just around the corner. That opponent is the coronavirus. The virus stopped Culver City high school's...

 

Real Estate Heir Robert Durst found guilty of killing best friend

AP and Wire Services A Los Angeles County jury on Sept. 17th found real estate heir Robert Durst guilty of killing his close friend following a drawn-out trial in which prosecutors painted him as a narcissist who killed and lied to cover his tracks....

 

Anti-Vaxxers Rile Covid Believers

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer 8/29: While there was a lot of prayer, it did not turn out to be the apocalypse by the sea that some predicted. Antifa or other opposing demonstrators did not...

 

Local Briefs

LA Teachers Unions Wants Mandatory Vax for Kids A Los Angeles teachers union wants more stringent coronavirus guidelines for the nation’s second-largest school district. The Los Angeles Times reports, United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) “is...

 

Local Briefs

Council To Consider Mandatory Vaccinations The Santa Monica City Council will consider at its August 24th meeting, whether City employees should be required to obtain vaccinations for Covid-19, prior to reporting for their jobs and as a condition of...

 

St. Johns ICU Filled With Covid Patients, Says NY Times

By David Ganezer There are two perspectives on the current state of the pandemic in the U.S. One perspective is that it's time to accept some sickness and return to our lives. The New York Post...

 

Red Cross Blood Drive Begins This Weekend

CULVER The nation's blood supply shortage has reached a critical point. The Red Cross is urging people to donate. There is an especially large demand for type O donations; the country has about a one-day supply of the highly needed blood type,...

 

Covid at Samo Summer

Santa Monica High School has announced another Covid case among its students attending one of its summer programs. The text of the email is below. While 60% of adults in Los Angeles County have been vaccinated and are not at risk for Covid-19, many...

 

Upcoming Red Cross Blood Donation Schedule

With the summer demand for blood unusually high the Red Cross needs to collect more than 1,000 additional daily blood donations to meet current hospital demand. The demands are high due to an increase of to the high number of high traumatic injuries...

 

Forbidden Fruit No Longer The Return of the Salad Bar

By David Ganezer As suddenly as they disappeared 16 months ago, salad bars and hot food bars have returned to local markets this month. According to one source at a market, who asked not to be named,...

 

Local Briefs

LA County Says Masks Up On Monday, health officials in Los Angeles County followed suit, recommending that “everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks indoors in public places as a precautionary measure.” Barbara Ferrer, the county...

 

Gov Recall Election Set for September 14

On Thursday the State of California scheduled a Sept. 14 recall election that threatens to drive Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom from office, the result of a political uprising driven by widespread angst...

 

FREE COVID-19 Vaccination Event At West Los Angeles College

The community is invited to get a free COVID-19 vaccination on Friday, June 18 between 9:30 am - 11:30 am at West Los Angeles College. Enter the college on north side at 10100 Jefferson - Culver...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    June 17, 2021

The last teams standing continues the winning tradition

On the last day of sports competition for Culver City high school the boys and girls track and field teams continued to keep Culver City high school in the Southern California sports spot light. From...

 

Cal to End Social Distancing in June

(AP) - California no longer will require social distancing and will allow full capacity for businesses when the state reopens on June 15, the state's top health official said Friday. "We're at a...

 

Local Briefs

Garcetti to be Appointed Ambassador to India Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has been tapped to become President Joe Biden's ambassador to India. Garcetti has yet to comment on the reports, and his...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    May 13, 2021

Pac-12 football looks ahead to the 2021 season

The past college football season was challenging for many schools due to the pandemic and Pac-12 schools were no exception. The Pac-12 conference played an abbreviated football schedule last season...

 

Paw & Order

1 in 3 Californians Believe Daily Dog Walks should be law. • 43% believe dog owners who don't walk their pets should receive a life ban from owning pets. • Half think tying up dogs for over an...

 

Local Briefs

Staples Center Reopens The Staples Center reopened Friday April 16, after a 13 month closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Just 2000 fans will be admitted to watch the Lakers play their traditional rival the Boston Celtics, in the 19,000 capacity...

 

Suns Out, Surfs Up as Covid Retreats

AP and Observer Staff Santa Monica police limited access to the Pier on Easter Sunday, a result of crowds, mostly wearing masks, that tried to access the 120 year old wooden structure. Even with some...

 

Culver City Students in Grades 3-5 to Return to Schools April 12

Culver City students in third through fifth grades will return to campus for in-person instruction beginning next Monday, April 12, the local school district has announced. This week, transitional...

 

Santa Monica Gets $29.3 Million From Stimulus Bill

By Jack Simon There is more for Santa Monica and Westside residents in the recently-passed $1.9 trillion federal stimulus bill than $1,400 checks. The City of Santa Monica is slated to receive $29.3 million in federal grants, according to a report...

 

Culver City Expected to Receive $7.3 Million From Stimulus Bill

There is more for Culver City and Westside residents in the recently-passed $1.9 trillion federal stimulus bill than $1,400 checks. The City of Culver City is slated to receive $7.3 million in...

 

Westfield Culver City Owner Plans to Sell Most of Its US Malls

The French parent company of Westfield Culver City is planning to sell off most of its U.S. malls by next year. Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield's (URW), based in Paris, has announced it would massively...

 

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