In this issue:
- Local Latina wins Miss Missouri Teen USA
- New bilingual healthcare center serving area residents
- Editorial: Clinton-Trump debate: bomb or blockbuster?
Saturday is Independence Day, traditionally celebrated with backyard barbecues, concerts, festivals, park or lakeside picnics, parades, public fireworks displays with live entertainment and street fairs.
By Angie Baldelomar For Chelsea Cartagena, getting into Sumner Academy of the Arts and Sciences in Kansas City, Kansas, was the opportunity she had worked
Communities across the metro area began relaxing stay-at-home restrictions last week, starting with Cass, Clay and Platte counties in Missouri. On Monday, May 11, Jackson
To help ease the burden the COVID-19 pandemic is putting on families across the country, many organizations are offering free meals for children and adults.
JCDHE’s drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Gardner open to Johnson County residents and employees age 12 and older JOHNSON COUNTY, KAN. (July 6, 2020) – If
Los rumores de que Televisa se encuentra preparando un nuevo remake de ‘La Madrastra’ cada vez son más fuertes y con ellos se ha dado
By Jorge Ramos El racismo existe en toda Latinoamérica y también dentro de la comunidad latina en Estados Unidos. Debemos empezar a hablar del tema,
It’s been 387 days since former City Councilman Quinton Lucas defeated his fellow Council member Jolie Justus in the race for mayor of Kansas City.