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Archive for February 2nd, 2017

Save the Date – Polystyrene Ordinance Will be Introduced Feb. 13

Save the Date – Polystyrene Ordinance Will be Introduced Feb. 13

The Polystyrene Ban that passed the city council last year is about to get coded into local law. Save the date for Feb. 13, 2017 and be at the council meeting at 7 pm for "Introduction of an Ordinance Adding Chapter §11.18, Polystyrene Regulations to Title 11, Business Regulations, of the Culver City Municipal Code." The staff report will be available for viewing from the City’s website on [...]

CCHS Athletes Make College Picks on National Signing Day

CCHS Athletes Make College Picks on National Signing Day

Five stellar athletes from Culver City High School officially made their college selections yesterday morning at ceremony in the Culver City High School gymnasium on National Signing Day – the first day high school athletes across the national are allowed to sign their letters of intent to play sports on the collegiate level. Krista Hernandez, the star libero for the Centaurs’ girls [...]

Heal the Bay Asks “Don’t Let D.C. Trash the E.P.A.”

Heal the Bay Asks “Don’t Let D.C. Trash the E.P.A.”

Heal the Bay isn't just looking our for Santa Monica Bay - they are looking out for environmental standards across the country. Yesterday, Feb, 1, 2017,  members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works boycotted the vote to confirm Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s nomination to lead the EPA. A vote will be rescheduled in the coming days. From the offices of [...]

Chu Wins the District Spelling Bee, Advances to County

Chu Wins the District Spelling Bee, Advances to County

Elisabeth Chu stood tall and confidently spelled the word T-H-R-O-M-B-O-S-I-S to take home the 12th Annual Culver City Unified School District Spelling Bee title on January 30 at Linwood E. Howe Elementary School. The fourth-grader from Farragut Elementary School finished atop 23 other spellers – four students from each of the district’s five elementary schools and Culver City Middle School [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Close Views Show Saturn’s Rings in Unprecedented Detail -- Newly released images showcase the incredible closeness with which NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, now in its “ring-grazing” orbits phase, is observing Saturn’s dazzling rings of icy debris. The views are some of the closest-ever images of the outer parts of the main rings, giving scientists an eagerly awaited opportunity to [...]