Justice Department establishes office to denaturalize immigrant citizens

By Roberta Pardo The U.S. Department of Justice announced Feb. 26 that it had created a section in its immigration office to strip citizenship rights from naturalized immigrants. The Denaturalization Section “underscores the department’s commitment to bring justice to terrorists, war criminals, sex offenders and other fraudsters who illegally obtained naturalization,” Joseph H. Hunt, the […]

WOMEN’S History Month: Negrete discusses why politics and civic engagement matter

By Angie Baldelomar A passion for helping the community and creating change led Aude Negrete to a career in politics. Born in Mexico City, Negrete moved to Overland Park, Kansas, when she was 14. She is the executive director of Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs (KHLAA) with Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly’s office. “We’re the […]

Historic church in KCK ravaged by fire

Story by Roberta Pardo and photos by Kelly Mc Gregor Photography A 133-year-old historic church in the Argentine neighborhood of Kansas City, Kansas, was severely damaged by a massive fire Tuesday evening (March 3). The fire was reported around 5:15 p.m. at St. John the Divine Catholic Church — built in 1887 as a frame […]