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Mexican Heritage Gardens’ goals closer to reality
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Mexican Heritage Gardens’ goals closer to reality »

by Yolanda Reynolds

The Mexican Heritage Gardens project is inching closer to reality. The San Jose City Council, in a 9-2 vote last

Blanca Alvarado on the County Board continues her long time commitment to education, health, youth, the elderly and job training.
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Blanca Alvarado on the County Board continues her long time commitment to education, health, youth, the elderly and job training. »

Alvarado says serving the Board “is where I feel I should be.”

February 7, 1996

By Yolanda Reynolds

Photos by Mary J. Andrade

“Caminante se hace camino al andar”
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“Caminante se hace camino al andar” »

February 1, 1996

by Yolanda Reynolds

Last week, at a memorial service at CET (Center for Employment Training) for Dr. Antonio Soto, a

The dreams and determination of Rudy Galindo makes his star shine
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The dreams and determination of Rudy Galindo makes his star shine »

February 1, 1996

by Yolanda Reynolds

Rudy Galindo, whose name is now a household name in San Jose, is a breath of fresh

Bilingual education is successful and needed
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Bilingual education is successful and needed »

January 17, 1996

by Yolanda Reynolds

San Jose River Glen Elementary School, Fremont Unified School District and a Long Beach District School were

President Zedillo struggles to find ways to overcome major problems and build a new and positive image of Mexico’s future
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President Zedillo struggles to find ways to overcome major problems and build a new and positive image of Mexico’s future »

December 27, 1995

by Yolanda Reynolds

Soon it will be a new year. Thoughts linger over the past year and all that has

Consumer group announces campaign in support of legislation seeking accountability of NAFTA
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Consumer group announces campaign in support of legislation seeking accountability of NAFTA »

December 13, 1995

by Yolanda Reynolds

NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, a trade plan that was agreed to by the United

Crisis in Mexico create great anxiety but hope for change remains
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Crisis in Mexico create great anxiety but hope for change remains »

November 29, 1995

by Yolanda Reynolds

Members of the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) were guests of the Council of Hispanic Communities

Warrior discussions continue – Public banned from meeting
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Warrior discussions continue – Public banned from meeting »

October 25, 1995

Text by Yolanda Reynolds.

Photo by John Martina.

There is excited talk in City Hall of offering the Golden State

Pick-Your-Part expansion in San Jose is overwhelmingly rejected in public outcry
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Pick-Your-Part expansion in San Jose is overwhelmingly rejected in public outcry »

October 4, 1995

By Yolanda Reynolds

Sixteen acres in the Kelly Park/Senter Road area could become the largest auto wrecking yard in Northern