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A Goshen couple pushes for a Latin American culture center, only 721 absentee ballots were cast for the Elkhart and Concord school referendums as of Thursday and the Golden Egg Pancake House reopens in Elkhart.

Posted on April 25, 2014 at 9:34 p.m.

Goshen couple pushing for Latin American culture center

A couple in Goshen is starting a grassroots movement to generate support for a Latin-American Culture and Language Center in Goshen.

Nayo Ulloa and Heather Bridger-Ulloa came to Goshen two and a half years ago, and found a circle of friends who wanted to teach their kids about their multicultural heritage. The husband and wife then began planning for a Latin American culture and language center where families would be able to help their children learn and appreciate their background.

Nayo Ulloa, who was born and raised in Peru, is a professional musician and adjunct professor who teaches Latin studies and Spanish at Goshen College. Heather Bridger-Ulloa is a trained interpreter and a translator who is fluent in both English and Spanish.

Elkhart, Concord school referendums by the numbers

School referendums by the numbers

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There were 721 absentee ballots cast in two school districts as of Thursday, April 24, according to the Elkhart county chief deputy clerk Chris Anderson. That’s less than the 1,092 that were cast in the last midterm election in 2010, but Anderson said there’s still a week of absentee voting left. Find absentee ballots break down by townships here.

Elkhart's Golden Egg Pancake House ready to open on west side

The Golden Egg Pancake House will reopen on Monday in a new location at 305 N. Nappanee St. in Elkhart. The new restaurant looks smaller than the old one, but not by much, George Fotopoulos said. It has 14 fewer seats, but a large kitchen. The tentative hours for the new restaurant will be 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Monday to Saturday. The family is considering opening an hour earlier on Monday and staying open on Sundays.




 Assistant patrol agent in charge Lee Allbee, right, talks about the aerostat used by Border Patrol to look for smugglers and illegal crossings in the Rio Grande Valley,  Friday Sept. 5, 2014 at Penitas, Texas.  Since last November, the Border Patrol has stationed five surveillance sky cameras in the Rio Grande Valley area _ one in Penitas, two near Rio Grande City and two near Falfurrias, said agency spokesman Joe Gutierrez Jr.  (AP Photo/The Monitor, Gabe Hernandez)  MAGS OUT; TV OUT

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