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Articles from the July 18, 2021 edition

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 By Amber S. Jackson    News    July 18, 2021

Women's Prison Hit By Sudden Delta Variant Surge

I'm here on the yard at The California Institution For Women in Corona, California. I'm lucky to be in a unit NOT locked down and quarantined. Upon waking up this morning, I discovered nearly half of...

 By Observer Staff    News    July 18, 2021

LA County to Reinstitute Mask Mandate Saturday, Announces Dept of Public Health

7/15 (AP) Los Angeles County reinstated a mandate requiring residents to wear masks while indoors, regardless of vaccination status. This as LA county experienced an alarming increase in COVID-19...

 By Alyssa Erdley    News    July 18, 2021

Beaches Open Again After Hyperion Sewage Spill Says County Health Department

The Los Angeles County Health Department and the nonprofit environmental group, Heal the Bay, have slightly differing attitudes toward current water quality in the Santa Monica Bay after a sewage spil...

 By Observer Staff    News    July 18, 2021

Another Covid Case in SamoHI Summer School, says SMMUSD in Email to Parents

Santa Monica High School has announced another Covid case among its students attending one of its summer programs. The text of the email is below. While 60% of adults in Los Angeles County have been...


Big Brother is a Gift To Women's Prison

As I write this, a team of technicians are at work installing cameras in my housing unit. For the first time ever here at CIW. So, all activities will now be able to be monitored and used to prove...

 By Jack Simon    News    July 18, 2021

'Main Street is a perfect backdrop for summer block party to support local businesses,' says Santa Monica Mayor

A pilot program calling for the closure of a portion of Main Street during summer weekends will begin next weekend, July 24-25, city officials announced today. The "Sharing an Open Main Street"...


Model Who Lived Quietly at 6th and California for 25 years, Could Be Seen Pushing Her Grocery Basket All Over Santa Monica

Rachel Newton Broome passed away peacefully with her children by her side on July 5, 2021 in Santa Monica. She was 89 years old Born in Denmark, South Carolina in 1931, Rachel grew up in Charleston,...


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