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News

Lawndale Cardinals Edge Out Centaurs 48 to 41 – Steven Trilling

Lawndale Cardinals Edge Out Centaurs 48 to 41 – Steven Trilling

This week, our Centaurs opened up Ocean league play hosting the Lawndale Cardinals. The Cardinals came in at 4-1, with 4 straight wins. The Centaurs came in at 2-2, with two and a row having beaten University high at home two weeks ago, and on the road at Channel Islands last week. The Cardinals won the toss and deferred. Culver City moved the ball well on their opening drive with a 16 yard [...]

Kent Garners More Endorsements in School Board Race

Kent Garners More Endorsements in School Board Race

Dr. Kelly Kent, running for one of two available seats on the Culver City School Board, is pleased to announce five recent endorsements: Culver City Mayor Micheál “Mehaul” O’Leary; CCUSD Board of Education President Nancy Goldberg, the Culver City Federation of Teachers, the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, and the National Women’s Political Caucus L.A. Westside, which boosted their [...]

Sixth Grade Football Undefeated

Sixth Grade Football Undefeated

The Culver City Middle School 6th Grade Flag Football Panthers easily defeated visiting Mark Parent (Inglewood) Middle School 33-13 on Friday, improving to 3-0. This much anticipated match up turned into a romp shortly after the game started, and the outcome was never in question. Panther safety William Schultz intercepted a Parent pass on the first play of the game, taking the ball all the [...]

El Nino Emergency Awareness – Link In Now

El Nino Emergency Awareness – Link In Now

As you may know, The City of Culver City recently sent out a press release detailing the mitigation efforts the City has been taking in preparation for the 2015-2016 winter season. As previously mentioned, there is a greater than 95 percent chance of a strong El Niño hitting the City. In the chance that an emergency does occur during this time, it is imperative that the City’s residents are [...]

Culver City Will Upgrade Parking with EV Charging Stations

Culver City Will Upgrade Parking with EV Charging Stations

The City of Culver City and NRG EVgo (ee-vee-go), a subsidiary of NRG Energy, Inc., are pleased to announce the installation of three new Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations on the first floor of the Ince Parking Structure (Ince) located at 9099 Washington Boulevard and one at City Hall, both in the heart of downtown Culver City. The public is invited to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony [...]

Congratulations! Daily Breeze Wins the Pulitzer

Congratulations! Daily Breeze Wins the Pulitzer

The Daily Breeze on Monday won the Pulitzer Prize for local reporting for an investigative project into the Centinela Valley Union High School District, which exposed former Superintendent Jose Fernandez’s excessive salary and unusual perks as well as other serious issues within the district and its leadership. Journalism’s highest prize was given to Rob Kuznia, Rebecca Kimitch and city [...]

League of Women Voters Candidate Forum Offers an Evening of Answers

League of Women Voters Candidate Forum Offers an Evening of Answers

"This is an experiment," was the statement that moderator Julie Lugo Cerra offered at several points of the program at City Hall on October 1, 2015. The format of the League of Women Voters School Board Candidates Forum was very flexible; each of the three candidates, Anne Burke, Scott McVarish and Kelly Kent, were given 20 minutes to answer questions, their own personal timekeeper, and a [...]

West Nile Virus Still Active in LA County – Get the Facts

West Nile Virus Still Active in LA County – Get the Facts

New West Nile Virus activity in the environment continues to be detected all across the county. To date, 157 clinical human cases have been reported in 25 California counties. Nationally, 877 clinical cases have been reported in 41 states, with the most documented in California. Lower your risk of getting mosquito bites. Mosquitoes are most active during evening to early morning hours (dawn to [...]

Lucy is Home (and Healing)

Lucy is Home (and Healing)

After a grueling three-week search, aided by hundreds of volunteers on the ground throughout southern California, as well as by supporters all over the world, Dr. Antje Hinz and her partner, Finn Egan, were overjoyed to share the wonderful news that Lucy Hinz-Egan, Dr. Hinz' service dog, who vanished on September 7, had been found alive. Lucy's popular Facebook page, created by Dr. Hinz, a breast [...]

Meet & Greet for Burke and McVarish – Oct. 11

Meet & Greet for Burke and McVarish – Oct. 11

Madeline and Paul Ehrlich and Britta and Goran Eriksson will be hosting a meet and greet to support the School Board Candidates, Anne Burke and Scott McVarish on Sunday, Oct. 11th from 10:30 AM to 12 PM . If you have questions, this is a great opportunity to speak to candidates and find out more about their visions for CCUSD. It will be held at the Ehrlich's home, 11472 Diller Ave. CC. Come and [...]

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