The Border Wall That Covid-19 Built Is Keeping Me From My Mom

By Jorge Ramos MIAMI — Every year in early October, I travel to Mexico City to celebrate my mother’s birthday with her. She’s turning 87 this year, so both of us realize we don’t have time to waste. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic has forced me to cancel my trip to Mexico this month, and I […]

Gov. Kelly Urges Kansas Non-Filers to Claim Economic Impact Payment

IRS mails special letter to nearly 70,000 Kansans, urging them to claim Economic Impact Payment by October 15 at IRS.gov/eip.  TOPEKA – An Internal Revenue Service news release issued on September 17, 2020 announced that a special mailing has been sent to individuals who are not typically required to file a tax return and have not yet […]

Eliminating technology gap for students

Some K-12 students are thriving since classes resumed. Other students aren’t; in fact educators and sociologists warn that we’re failing a worrying number of students. At the start of the 2020-2021 school year, there are necessarily new models in place from entirely remote instruction to hybrid combinations of in-person and online learning to fully in-person […]