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Articles from the September 11, 2022 edition

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Fire Closes Peet's Coffee on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica

9.11.22: Peets Coffee reopened on Sunday morning. 9.10.22: Three fire trucks responded to an early morning kitchen fire at Peet's Coffee on 14th Street and Montana Avenue Saturday morning. A note on...

 
 By Stan Greene    News    September 11, 2022

Change in the Weather: Heat Abates as Hurricane Kay Moves Into Santa Monica

Rarely have I seen a turn in the weather so abrupt as this Friday afternoon. Suddenly, the 97 degree heat and humidity has persisted for 2 weeks in Santa Monica was just over. The palm trees started...

 

Two Dead in Crash of small plane at Santa Monica Airport Thursday Afternoon

9.8.222 A single engine plane carrying two men crashed on Runway 2 at Santa Monica Airport this afternoon at 4;25 pm, reported multiple sources. Santa Monica Police released little information about...

 

Power Outages at Santa Monica High School Continue Into Wednesday, as School Considers Sending Students Home Early Friday

It appears that the power outages at Santa Monica High School, go beyond one building. This with September heat creating the highest temperatures of 2022, with temperatures in the high 80's and low...

 

SAMO Football hosts West Torrance in a non-league football game and lost 27-8 dropping SAMOHI's record to 1-2 on the season

img 1)Right Santa Monica High School varsity football player Samuel Lipshy looks for a hole to fun through as he carries the football after being handed to him by his quarterback at Santa Monica High...

 

Companies Use Greenwashing to Justify Cost-Saving Measures that Don't Help the Environment

Sustainability has gone mainstream, with more people than ever before concerned about the environmental impacts of the products and services they buy and use. They understandably want to do the right...

 

SMMUSD Lacks a Plan to Overcome the Two Year Learning Deficit Caused by Covid-19 Shutdowns

As our children start their 3rd week of school, it's business as usual over at the SMMUSD district office and school board. There has still been no mention of a plan to address the learning loss...

 

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