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Articles from the September 7, 2022 edition

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  • Manchester Police Release Video of Attack on Sikh Priest; But Blur Image of Attacker Because of Woke Nonesense

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Sep 7, 2022

    Manchester Police have released video footage of a Sikh priest being brutally attacked and left for dead on the street and are asking for the public to help identify the attacker. They blurred out the attacker's appearance. Manchester Police aka @gmpolice, have issued new images of a man and a woman wanted for questioning regarding a broad daylight attack on 23rd June which left a 62-year-old Sikh man in a coma and with life-changing injuries. A police spokesman said they actually want the...

  • DIRECTV Acknowledges a Widespread Satellite Television Outage across the United States Sunday Evening

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Sep 7, 2022

    17: DIRECTV, the nations largest provider of satellite television, appears to be suffering from a widespread outage on Sunday evening, at 10:30 pm PST. From New Mexico to California and from Kentucky to Missouri, DIRECTV receivers seem unable to acquire the Satellite Signal. "It has to be pretty widespread. I’m in Kentucky, and it’s been down since around 1am EDT. Got the 771 code. Reset twice, didn’t fix it. On hold for 30 minutes and finally hung up." tweeted JSteffen. " I've been witho...

  • 12 Candidate Vying for 3 Seats on Santa Monica City Council

    Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer|Sep 7, 2022

    Councilmember Lana Negrete along with three Santa Monica commissioners and 8 other candidates have qualified for the City Council election ballot this November. All 12 candidates submitted their papers before last week's filing deadline and are now vying for three open seats on the Council that formulates policies for the city, election officials said. Negrete is the only incumbent seeking re-election. Mayor Sue Himmelrich and Mayor Pro-Tem Kristin McCowan announced over the summer they would...

  • Booster Shots Targeting Omicron to be Available in LA County Next Week

    Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff|Sep 7, 2022

    September 1, 2022 - Today, Barbara Ferrer, Director of Public Health, announced that doses of the new booster shot targeting Omicron will be arriving in the county between September 6 and 9. The Federal Drug Agency has given Emergency Use Authorization of the new vaccine that can be given to anyone over age 12 who has not had a Covid vaccine within the past two months. The bivalent boosters are not to be used as a primary series, but only as a booster following at least one full series of...

  • Slate of 4 Announced for Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) Board Election

    Observer Staff|Sep 7, 2022

    A Brighter Future (ABF), a newly formed PAC, endorses four experienced parent leaders for the SMMUSD School Board election on November 8, 2022: - Angela DiGaetano- Esther Hickman- Stacy Rouse- Miles Warner The ABF candidates bring experience in school governance and knowledge of SMMUSD from the perspective of both current parents and alumni. Once elected to the school board they will: - Prioritize education, students and teachers; - Exercise fiscal competency to spend our tax dollars where they...

  • SMMUSD Names New Principals at Webster and Franklin Schools in Santa Monica

    Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer|Sep 7, 2022

    Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District has picked two long-time educators to serve as principals at Webster and Franklin elementary schools. Tedd Wakeman, the co-founder and co-director of The Sycamore School in Malibu, has been tapped to head Webster Elementary while Eran Zeevi, the district’ s special education coordinator, has been named the new Franklin principal. The School Board is expected to approve both appointments at its Sept. 1 meeting. During his tenure at Sycamore, Wakeman i...