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  • Hovde, 10, Wins Top Prize for Quilt
    While many 10-year-olds are busy on the computer, Reuben Hovde is winning prizes for his handmade quilts. The Rapid City fifth grader entered his quilt in the Central States Fair, where he received the top prize of a purple ribbon. He then next put
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  • Long Discussion: Two Hours Later a Vote Taken
    The Pacific Palisades Community Council conducted its September 22 meeting after members of the community listened to Council District 11 candidates Traci Park and Erin Darling answer questions for 45 minutes. About two hours was mostly devoted to
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  • Permission Needed to Post Signs on Village Green
    The Village Green is not a city park, it is a private park, run by a nonprofit for the community’s use. Volunteers meet at the park on Fridays to pick up trash and do minor cleanup. On one Friday, a volunteer was putting up a little white fence
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  • Environmental Protest Rally Held on Swarthmore
    By CHAZ PLAGER As part of the Global Climate Strike Protest on September 23, Pacific Palisades teens joined the rest of the world in protest against environmental damage. Originally created by Swedish teen Greta Thunberg, who was nominated for the
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  • Rihanna Selected to Perform at Next Super Bowl
      By BERNICE FOX   Former Palisadian Rihanna will be the halftime headliner at the next Super Bowl. The multi-Grammy winning pop and R&B singer will take the stage at Super Bowl LVII, on Sunday, February 12, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona.
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  • Second Annual 5K Run Will Donate to Local Charities
    The Palisades Lutheran 2nd Annual 5K Charity Run and Walk will be held on Saturday, October 15, from 9 a.m. to noon.  The goal is to raise $20,000 for homeless and community charities. The student fee is $20 and $35 for others.  The race starts and
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  • Council Candidates, Darling and Park, Speak at Community Council Meeting
    Council District 11 candidates Erin Darling and Traci Park spoke at the Pacific Palisades Community Council September 22 meeting. About 100 people listened as the candidates addressed homelessness, the Ballona Wetlands and discretionary funding.
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  • Good Habits to Prevent Aging Prematurely
    By NANCY BROWN (Editor’s note: Nancy Brown, writes for a monthly newsletter for the Hot Springs Country Senior Center in Wyoming. Brown is a retired nurse practitioner, who started her career in the neonatal ward, and then trained in dermatology.) I
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  • Another Venice Road Diet in Motion with Little Public, NC Input
    By ANGELA MCGREGOR  (Editor’s note: This story ran on September 20 in the Westside Current. If anyone has ever driven Venice Boulevard, one knows how the current road diet causes traffic issues and now the City planned to extend it. In this case,
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  • Patrick Wall Spoke on the Sexual Assault of Minors
    Patrick Wall, who has spent 30 years investigating, researching and publishing reports of the clerical sexual assaults of minors, spoke to the Palisades Optimist Club on September 6. Initially trained in philosophy, theology and Canon Law, he was a
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