News

  • Seven Arrows Kindergarten Students Lead Food Drive
    Seven Arrow kindergarten students challenged all grades, in this K-6 private school, to make food donations. The school collected 17,637 items, which is nearly 115 items of food per student. On Friday, November 18, the items were loaded and taken to
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  • Election Update: Mayor, CD 11 and County Supervisor
      According to the L.A. County Registrar as of November 17: The estimated number of outstanding ballots to be processed is 332,550. The registrar continues its counts with the final tally expected in December. Vote by Mail ballots
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  • Palisades Recreation Center: Bocce Water Fountain and Trees
    WATER FOUNTAINS: Circling the News posted a story about “Nearby Park Neighbors Under Attack: Resident Being Scapegoated,” on November 16. A resident responded by writing, “Hmmm, perhaps this is the reason the once wonderful water fountain and water
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  • Palisades Water Polo Wins Semifinal Match Advances to Championship
    Palisades High School water polo team beat their nemesis Birmingham 15-13 in the Division III Regional Semifinals at the Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center tonight, November 17. It was close match, with the Dolphins up 3-2 after the first period. At
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  • Election Problems: Small and Large: Voter Turnout Under 40%
      California sent vote by mail (VBM) to all registered to vote. In May, the state proposed $5.8 million in one‑time General Fund and $5.9 million ongoing General Fund to reimburse counties for the cost of providing prepaid postage on VBM
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  • Palisades Wins 42-14, Next Faces Narbonne
    Palisades High School football improved to 9-3 on the season with a 42-14 win over Dymally on November 10 at Stadium by the Sea. With that win, the Dolphins now are in the semifinals of the CIF L.A. City Section Division I Championships and will
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  • Winds with Gusts up to 60 mph Expected: No Grilling
    The weather forecast was for gusty Santa Ana winds to move into this area on Tuesday, November 15. The strongest gusts were predicted in the early a.m. on Wednesday. Santa Ana winds are dry and there is low humidity, which creates severe fire
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  • Teens Are Sleep Deprived: Two Specialists Offer Advice
    By ALISON BURMEISTER Psychotherapist and sleep specialist Heather Turgeon and family physician Dr. Dolly Klock are mothers to tween and teen kids. When it comes to sleep, they both agree, our teens are not getting enough. The Pacific Palisades
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  • Have a Thanksgiving Feast at The Draycott
    Maybe your family will not be in Pacific Palisades this year and you don’t want to cook for just you and your spouse. Or maybe you have been working nonstop and you can’t face the crowds at the grocery store, cooking and cleaning up afterwards for
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  • Electric Distribution Station Proposed for Marquez
      Los Angeles Department of Water and Power invites comments on its environmental impact review in connection with the construction of a proposed distributing station (DS-104) at 16931 Marquez Avenue. A scoping meeting will be held November 30
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