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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1990
An unshaded table lamp ignited the drapes of a Southeast San Diego residence Tuesday morning, but the fire was quickly subdued after the owner sprinted across the street to Fire Station 12 and alerted firefighters. No one was injured. The dwelling, a triplex in the 100 block of Ozark Street, suffered $16,000 in structural and interior damage, according to Fire Department spokesman Jon McDonald. At 9:11 a.m.
BUSINESS
August 26, 1991 | ANNE MICHAUD
Workers at the Women's Opportunity Center at UC Irvine have seen more than a few hard-luck stories in the past 22 years. One woman left the Midwest after a nasty divorce and drove to Orange County with two children, a beat-up station wagon and $80. Today, she is supporting her family as a medical technologist. She credits a job seekers' clinic at the center with helping her get back on her feet.
BUSINESS
August 26, 1991 | ANNE MICHAUD
Workers at the Women's Opportunity Center at UC Irvine have seen more than a few hard-luck stories in the past 22 years. One woman left the Midwest after a nasty divorce and drove to Orange County with two children, a beat-up station wagon and $80. Today, she is supporting her family as a medical technologist. She credits a job seekers' clinic at the center with helping her get back on her feet.
TRAVEL
May 22, 1994
As usual, your section delighted me, but this time Linda White's informative article, "A Different Kind of Rose Parade" (April 24), caught my attention. I have kept an eye on Bulgaria ever since first viewing "Casablanca"! Obviously times have changed since the wistful Bulgarian girl who appealed for help to cynical Rick, said, "Things are very bad there, M'sieu. The devil has the people by the throat." How lovely to read that "modern Bulgaria is layer upon layer of beauty" and that the American University has set up a center for teaching business and economics in the city of Blagoevgrad.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1992 | MAIA DAVIS
Ventura County Supervisor Vicky Howard will meet with a group of Simi Valley and Moorpark business leaders today to discuss how government can help boost the county's economy. Howard will sponsor the third monthly meeting of her district's Economic Vitality Council Roundtable at 3:30 p.m. at the East County Courthouse in Simi Valley. The supervisor holds the meetings to solicit ideas on how "government can help jump-start the economy," said Linda White, an administrative assistant to Howard.
NEWS
May 15, 1989
A premature infant girl delivered by Cesarean section from a brain-dead teen-ager has died, hospital officials said in San Bernardino. An autopsy was scheduled today to determine what caused the five-pound girl's death. The infant had been in critical condition since her birth Thursday and died at 9 p.m. Saturday, a spokeswoman for San Bernardino County Medical Center said. The mother, Tanya Rivera, 15, had been on life-support systems since she was shot in the head March 16 and died Friday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1990
An unshaded table lamp ignited the drapes of a Southeast San Diego residence Tuesday morning, but the fire was quickly subdued after the owner sprinted across the street to Fire Station 12 and alerted firefighters. No one was injured. The dwelling, a triplex in the 100 block of Ozark Street, suffered $16,000 in structural and interior damage, according to Fire Department spokesman Jon McDonald. At 9:11 a.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1996
Costa Mesa's Learning for Life foundation will honor nine Orange County Women of Excellence Nov. 7 at the Sutton Place Hotel in Newport Beach. The foundation is an educational arm of the Boy Scouts of America, Orange County Council, that teaches values and ethics to schoolchildren. Every year, the organization recognizes women accomplished in law, business, education, the arts, health and social services.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 28, 1994 | SCOTT HADLY
A former member of the Simi Valley Boys and Girls Club board of directors has been named to serve as the club's executive director. Linda White will replace Rebecca Merrell, who left the post in September. White was on the club's board of directors for six years, twice serving as president and more recently as vice president. She was selected for the position by an ad-hoc committee of board members, club officials said. More than 100 people applied for the job.
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