Radio announcers from the Spanish programs at Goshen College radio station, gathered at Kalet Gonzalez’ house for a summer picnic celebration. Kalet, seems to be enjoying the games and the look of one of the exhausted participants.

Water is Water...Or is it?

Did you know that bottled water is sometimes nothing more than purified tap water? Have you ever wondered if your so-called “spring water” really came from that mountain or glacier pictured on the bottle? Despite the fact that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has strict labeling rules for bottled water, it’s up to you to learn the differences between bottled waters and — to familiarize yourself with the tricks of the trade. There are three major types of bottled water:

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Driving in English Only?

Drivers who obtained licenses from non-English exams are a threat to public safety, according to K. C. McAlpin, executive director of ProEnglish, an English advocacy group based in Arlington, Virginia. McAlpin made the statement in support of a lawsuit that would prevent Alabama from offering driver’s license tests in languages other than English.

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MCOLA/ IPD official delegation to Honduras gang task force

For the last several months the Mayor’s Commission on Latino Affairs ffairs (MCOLA) has been working with the Indianapolis Police Department (IPD) on developing an internaitonal technical aassistance program focused specifically in the area of Latino gangs.

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Indiana receives national grant for high school science education

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana­ Indiana is one of 10 states that will receive an Honor States Grant over the next two years from the National Governors Association.

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