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U.S. Health Fairs Opens Test Site Near Carson City Hall

By Joseph Baroud, Reporter Without a decline present in positive coronavirus testing throughout California, U.S. Health Fairs has partnered with Carson to open a test...

COVID-19 Test Center Opens at Harbor General, Another to Come

By Joseph Baroud, Contributor The lack of testing has left municipalities blind to how far and wide asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19 have spread. In response,...

County Supervisors Attempting to Railroad Sheriff

By Albert Robles, Mayor for the City of Carson One year ago, Alex Villanueva was elected to become the 33rd Sheriff of Los Angeles County....

Carson Moves to Avoid Voting Rights Lawsuit

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Carson is considering a switch from citywide elections to selection by geographic districts, but the initial response from residents was...

Dear Tries Comeback

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Despite being recalled in 2016, former Mayor and City Clerk Jim Dear wants back on the Carson City Council come...

Robles Wins Delay of Final Order

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Albert Robles, the mayor of Carson and a director of the Water Replenishment District, was in Los Angeles Superior Court...

CSUDH Will Not Bamboozle Carson Again

CSUDH Will Not Bamboozle Carson Again By Carson Mayor Albert Robles Periodically, I attend Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce morning business meetings — affectionately known...

Council Seeks Way Out of Lawsuit

Carson City Council’s vote allows members to hold two offices at once By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Carson Mayor Albert Robles is due in Los Angeles...

Trumpers Shout Down Barragán

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Rep. Nanette Barragán hosted a town hall June 1 in the auditorium at Stephen M. White Middle School in Carson,...

Carson to Elect Mayor, Two City Council Members

Both Familiar Faces, New Ones on the Ballot this November By Christian Guzman, Contributing Reporter  In the general election on Nov. 8, citizens of Carson who...

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