Company receives award for efforts in multicultural healthcare

Resource centers offer screenings, classes

Laura Linebach, a resident of Oak Park and the director of quality improvement at L.A. Care Health Plan, accepted a Recognizing Innovation in Multicultural Health Care award on behalf of her company on Oct. 15 in Washington, D.C. The award is given by the National Committee for Quality Assurance and recognizes the company’s efforts to reduce health care disparities among […]


•An oct. 8 photo of the Real So Cal Blue Under-9 girls’ softball team neglected to say the girls won the recent Simi Valley Eclipse Tournament. The caption said the team came in second at the Spring Classic in Anaheim, but their crowning achievement was the win in Simi. •Katie Krause, who was featured in the Oct. 15 Acorn, did […]

Reagan Library celebrates 20th anniversary of fall of Berlin Wall

Twenty years ago next month, the Berlin Wall fell in Germany. First built in 1961 and more than 87 miles long, the concrete barrier that encircled West Berlin was called an “anti-fascist protection barrier” by the East German regime and a “scar” by President Ronald Reagan. “They always said it was a security wall to keep the west out. Well, […]

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