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Lin Howe Gets Gold Ribbon from Dept. of Education

Lin Howe Gets Gold Ribbon from Dept. of Education

Linwood E. Howe Elementary School has been named a Gold Ribbon School by the California Department of Education. The Gold Ribbon Awards recognize California schools that have made gains in implementing the academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education. These include the California Standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics, California English Language [...]

Dale Jones Courtyard Named for City’s Longest Serving CAO

Dale Jones Courtyard Named for City’s Longest Serving CAO

On Saturday, April 9th, at the Culver City City Hall, a small group of people gathered for a special occasion. They came to honor Culver City’s longest serving Chief Administrative Officer by naming the City Hall’s courtyard after him, "Dale Jones City Hall Courtyard". Harry “Dale” Jones served “The Heart of Screenland" for over 30 years, from 1961 until his retirement in 1991. He [...]

Spelling Champs are Scrabble Winners

Spelling Champs are Scrabble Winners

"Lucky 13" - a team composed of eighth-grader Cooper Komatsu of Culver City Middle School and his seventh-grade partner Jem Burch of Van Nuys - recently won the 2016 North American School Scrabble Championship (NASSC). He and Jem became friends four years ago over a shared love of the game. Competing in a field of 85 fourth- through eighth-grade teams from all over the United States and Canada, [...]

Mathletes Get JPL Tour

Mathletes Get JPL Tour

A guided tour of Jet Propulsion Laboratory was specially arranged for the 46 Culver City mathletes who participated in this year's Linwood E. Howe Los Angeles Countywide 4th and 5th Grade Math Olympiads Tournament. Our goal in organizing the tournament and tour is to create an environment where girls and boys who enjoy the challenges of mathematics can be with others who feel the same way, [...]

CC Council Race Gets High Turnout, More than 1,000 Ballots Still to be Counted

CC Council Race Gets High Turnout, More than 1,000 Ballots Still to be Counted

Not only did Tuesday's election turn out an enthusiastic 23% of Culver City voters, there are still more than a thousand ballots to count before the final results will be posted, and the election certified. The top three candidates were Meghan Sahli-Wells, Thomas Small and Göran Eriksson, pictured above at an election night celebration. While the ballots that were certified on Tuesday night [...]

Federal Action on Jet Noise – Both Congress & Senate Bills in Play

Federal Action on Jet Noise – Both Congress & Senate Bills in Play

As you may have noticed - it's not just Culver City. Jet noise is an increasing problem for cities and communities across the country. United States Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has noticed as well. "There has been a significant increase in airplane noise in communities near Logan Airport, and local residents deserve to have their concerns heard," said Warren. "This bill will provide [...]

Live Election Results – Sahli-Wells, Small and Eriksson

Live Election Results – Sahli-Wells, Small and Eriksson

With a source at City Hall saying that 1900 ballots were already received from the 'vote by mail' campaign as of this morning, and another 300 arrived today, it looks as if our City Council Election has already achieved it's first goal - good voter turnout. Ok, better than School Board turnout. According to City Clerk Martin Cole "Tonight's results are subject to change. If this is a close [...]

Culver City Crossroads Endorsements – Vote Sahli-Wells, Wyant and Small

Culver City Crossroads Endorsements – Vote Sahli-Wells, Wyant and Small

It's Election Day. Either you have known this for months, or you just realized it, but the fact remains it's time to go and cast a ballot for our new city council members. Culver City Crossroads has promoted the candidate forums, run letters to the editor, included live links, and done all we can to direct people towards the information, and make this a venue where people can be heard. If you [...]

Walk ‘N Roll Festival – Free Helmets & Bike Repair

Walk ‘N Roll Festival – Free Helmets & Bike Repair

Culver City Walk & Rollers will be distributing free bike helmets and providing free bike repair at their third annual Walk & Roll Festival on Sunday, April 17 from 9 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Culver City Middle School. The free, family-friendly event has a variety of activities throughout the day for all ages to teach kids essential bicycle and pedestrian safety and healthy, active living [...]

CC Seniors Win ‘Award of Excellence’ from California Parks and Recreation

CC Seniors Win ‘Award of Excellence’ from California Parks and Recreation

The Culver City Senior Citizens Association, Inc. (CCSCA) received an Award of Excellence from the California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) and was honored at the 68th Annual CPRS Conference & Expo, held in Long Beach, California last month. For more than 40 years, CCSCA has made a positive, meaningful impact on the residents of Culver City, working as an outstanding volunteer [...]

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