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Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Archive for May 30th, 2010

Looking Through a Lens by Robert Rissman

Looking Through a Lens by Robert Rissman

Memorial Day - A Boy Scout placing flags on the graves at the Veterans Cemetery in Westwood, on May 29.

Super Scoop-CCUSD Superintendent Cote Leaving Culver City

Super Scoop-CCUSD Superintendent Cote Leaving Culver City

Culver City Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Myrna Rivera Cote will be leaving to take on the superintendent position at the El Rancho School District. She will begin her new duties on July 1. In a phone call to a school board member on Friday, May 28, Cote gave two of the most important reasons for the job change; "It's a lot closer to home (Cote lives in Orange County) and it's [...]

Dear Editor- Another Take on The Props

Dear Editor- Another Take on The Props

Dear Editor, They're trying to fool us again! They did it before when Big Oil convinced us that gas prices would go up if we, the people of California, approved taxing any oil that comes out of the ground. All the other states do, why not us? I've heard that Alaskan residents even get royalties from the oil companies to do so. Now they (Mercury Insurance and others), with State Measure 17, [...]