In this issue
- Always get a second opinion!
- Puerto Rico to soon have power
- Halloween and Day of the Dead: Some key differences
In Wyandotte County, rates of COVID-19 are higher among Hispanic and Latino residents compared to many other ethnic groups. Getting tested can help stop the
By Tere Siqueira U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has made more than 2,000 arrests during a nationwide operation lasting almost six weeks – the
By Roberta Pardo Shawnee Mission (Kansas) School District Superintendent Mike Fulton announced Tuesday (Aug. 18) that the district would start the school year with remote
By Angie Baldelomar Johnson County Community College (JCCC) is preparing for the 2020 fall semester. When classes start on Aug. 24, 80% of the Overland
By Jorge Ramos México es un país que siempre ha estado intranquilo con su pasado. Ha dejado muchas heridas históricas abiertas sin resolver. Por eso
Hello friends, your legal process for immigration is one of the most important things in your life. Be sure to chose a lawyer that you
As Hispanic citizens of this great country, it’s a privilege and incumbent upon us right now to channel our positive energies into assertive civic participation.
By Roberta Pardo Deaths attributed to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia rose to more than 20% above normal over the summer, a new article by Politico