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CCPD Sets New Record for Baker to Vegas Run

CCPD Sets New Record for Baker to Vegas Run

On the morning of March 29th, 2015, the CCPD B2V squad crossed the finish line and completed the grueling 120 mile course in a blistering time of 15 hours and 46 minutes. It by far their fastest finish ever! The world’s most prestigious and unique law enforcement foot race is 120 miles run as a team relay, and police units from all over the country come to complete. Starting in Baker, [...]

CIF Rankings Applaud High GPA for High School Teams

CIF Rankings Applaud High GPA for High School Teams

How smart do you have to be to play sports? You might think that it takes more brawn than brains to play a game, but Culver City High School runs a high standard for their athletes. The rankings in the annual California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section-Ford Academic Awards program were announced at the CIF-SS Office recently. The team awards, based on a cumulative grade point average, [...]

West Basin Responds to Brown’s Executive Drought Order

West Basin Responds to Brown’s Executive Drought Order

On April 6, 2015 West Basin Board President Gloria Gray issued the following statement regarding Governor Brown’s Drought Executive Order: “As you are aware, on April 1, California Governor Jerry Brown issued an Executive Order requiring the State Water Resources Control Board to implement measures to cut the state’s overall water usage by 25%. As a water wholesaler serving 17 cities [...]

‘Kids at Hope’ Creator Miller to Speak to CCUSD Community

‘Kids at Hope’ Creator Miller to Speak to CCUSD Community

Kids at Hope inspires, empowers, and transforms families, schools, youth-serving organizations and entire communities to create an environment where all children experience success - NO EXCEPTIONS! CCUSD and its parents organizations invite you to a special event featuring Rick Miller, founder, president and chief treasure hunter for Kids at Hope, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on April 7 at Robert Frost [...]

Rotary Reaches a Helping Hand to CCUSD Backpack Program

Rotary Reaches a Helping Hand to CCUSD Backpack Program

At its April 8 meeting at the Culver Hotel, the Rotary Club of Culver City will donate $2,500 to the CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program and hear from organizers about the programs success and future plans. Since 2013, the CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program has been serving students at all CCUSD school sites, serving more than 10,000 meals to students throughout the year. "Once the word got out [...]

Meeting in a Minute – City Council March 23, 2015

Meeting in a Minute – City Council March 23, 2015

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of March 23, 2015. At this meeting, the City Council: • Presented a proclamation declaring April 9, 2015 "2015 Stand Up 4 Transportation Day.” • Approved an amended work plan for the Finance Advisory Committee. • Approved an amendment to the existing software maintenance agreement with Accela, Inc. in an amount not-to-exceed [...]

Culver Village to Host Second Annual Bunny Hop – T.S. Owen

Culver Village to Host Second Annual Bunny Hop – T.S. Owen

Businesses on both sides of Sepulveda Boulevard will be welcoming area residents with treats on Saturday for Culver Village’s second annual Bunny Hop. From 1 to 4 p.m., young and old residents can stroll the four blocks from Culver Boulevard to the YMCA filling Easter baskets, getting to know their neighbors and exploring the range of businesses that populate the street. From t-shirts and [...]

NPR Wins Four Gracie Awards for Outstanding Coverage

NPR Wins Four Gracie Awards for Outstanding Coverage

 National Public Radio is a first rate news source, it's great news when NPR is recognized for their outstanding coverage by, for and about women.  “Grave Science,” an NPR news app exploring the U.S. military’s inefficient means of returning war casualties home, is one of the four stories that garnered a Gracie Award,  a national award for outstanding investigative program or feature. [...]

Northwest Grocery Chain to Expand into Culver City

Northwest Grocery Chain to Expand into Culver City

A small grocery chain from the Pacific Northwest will take over seven Albertsons locations by late April as it continues its march into the Southern California supermarket landscape. Haggen is making a huge expansion into California, Nevada and Arizona after Cerberus Capital Management, which owns Albertsons, purchased Vons parent company Safeway in a $9.4 billion deal last year. The [...]

Water Garden Debuts on Dominguez Hills Campus

Water Garden Debuts on Dominguez Hills Campus

Director Harold C. Williams and community partners from California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) and Surfrider Foundation celebrated the unveiling of CSUDH’s largest Ocean Friendly Garden (OFG) on campus during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 26. Throughout the ceremony, several community partners discussed the importance of the water-saving garden in the midst of a [...]

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