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October 19, 2000

Cover Story: Eye of the nation
The apolitical South Bay has become the focus of national political attention, thanks to a cliffhanger congressional race that could set the federal government's course for years to come.

On the Waterfront



Community Calendar

Shadow Government


Hermosa Beach

Hard-won money from state is set aside for road repairs

Tracking of jets from the airport is set to begin

McCurdy, Amarillas get top honors

Fifties female "Tarzan" actress passes away

Police Beat


Manhattan Beach

Manhattan gets some hard-won cash

Supporters step up school bond push

Fonoimoana gets his props from the Manhattan council

Police Beat

Redondo Beach

Business leaders gear up for Asian excursion


Council nods at quicker condo-constrution permits

Hot rodders peel out of harbor as winter ends cruise night

Parents say the schools' push for votes goes too far

Police Beat


Okwo's four TD's keeps Mustang streak running

Mustangs win tournament honoring Henry Stuart

Hermosa Bodysurfers win divisions Santa Cruz bodysurfing tournament

Captain Jack

Hermosa Mayor JR Reviczky pauses to enjoy the city pier Saturday morning, when it re-opened after two years of extensive repairs and refurbishing. The council recently approved plans to redesigning the pierhead, but has yet to decide on what to put at the ocean end of the pier. Easy Reader invites readers to send the paper their suggestions. Illustrations of the suggestions are encouraged. Photo by Robb Fulcher