In This Issue:
- Councilman Sharp honored
- Alta Vista new building
- Cinco de Mayo celebrations
Since the pandemic broke out in the United States, thousands of migrant children have been sent back to their home countries, sometimes bypassing legal protocols.
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.
Baby Boomers worldwide are mourning the Aug. 11 death of Trini Lopez – yet another coronavirus casualty. Lopez was 83. A documentary, My Name is
By Tere Siqueira Evette Avalos is doing what many Kansas City area children are doing: She is getting ready to resume her schooling. Avalos, who
HELP WANTED The Family Conservancy seeks the following 5 positions in KCKS Clinical Dir. – MSW, LCSW-MO & LSCSW-KS license, 5 yrs. post-clinical exp. &
In this issue Remembering Armando Cruz Harvesters providing relief from food insecurity during pandemic Dementia deaths on the rise; reasons linked to pandemic
By Roberta Pardo While the world continues to fight the consequences of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, researchers continue their quest to find a vaccine for
By Chara On Sept. 18, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at her home in Washington, D.C., from complications of metastatic cancer of