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As Closing Day Approached, Farris Mulled Two Questions


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At least two arguments ranged against Principal Dylan Farris announcing last week that this afternoon would be his song of swans on the Culver City High School campus:

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La Ballona Invites Community to Next Saturday’s Fall Festival


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La Ballona Elementary School will celebrate its sixth annual Fall Festival next Saturday, Nov. 1, from 11 to 4 on the campus, 10915 Washington Blvd.

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Marks Measures Effects of Great Recession on Hometown Businesses


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Fourth in a series With Culver City’s restaurant-loaded downtown awaiting a predicted influx of retailers, realtor Wally Marks pondered a broad question:

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Debating How Thrifty We Are About Conserving Water


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Fourth in a series Stephen Murray, Culver City candidate a vacant seat on the board of the West Basin Water District, says the Metropolitan Water District is guilty of “mythmaking” when it claims Southern Californians are handling the present drought in a disciplined manner.

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Marks Counsels Patience Until Downtown Changes Happen


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Third in a series. The traditional rigid policy of chain stores being reluctant to place two of their outlets too close to each other is likely to loosen up, says realtor Wally Marks.

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I Am Walking Away from My Home Farris Says in His Farewell


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On the way to his next posting in El Segundo, Dylan Farris said that his abrupt departure from the principalship of Culver Cty High School – tomorrow is his last day – “was actually a very fast process.

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Controversial President May Have to Go Before She Wants


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By Randy Economy and Brian Hews
Lame duck Cerritos College President Linda Lacy lashed out at critics and Hews Media Group-Community Newspaper this week in a hotly worded email we have obtained.

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LaRose Tabs Farris as Visionary and Collaborator (in a Good Way)


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Down to 38-year-old Dylan Farris’s last three days in the principal chair at Culver City High School, Supt. Dave LaRose calls Mr. Farris “a visionary who is truly grounded in his values. He is in this work because of his genuine affinity for kids.

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Droughts Are a Cyclical, Unavoidable Part of Life -- Murray


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Third in a series Is water scarcity in America’s largest state cyclical?

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Farris Cites What Is ‘Indescribable’ About LaRose


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Third in a series. In the midst of lavishly describing his admiration for School District Supt. Dave LaRose, Dylan Farris was asked to be more specific: Is it what Mr. LaRose does verbally, psychologically or a different dimension?read


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