Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Mother shares experience with son’s type 1 diabetes diagnosis

By Angie Baldelomar Maria Orona’s life was forever changed when her 9-year-old son, Ramon, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Almost three months ago, Ramon lost 30 pounds in a month. Orona noticed he drank a 24-pack of water within two days. He also was having trouble sleeping. She took her son to his doctor. […]

Area veteran recalls military service as Veteran’s Day approaches

By Angie Baldelomar When he was a sophomore in high school, Michael Alvarado told his parents he was going to enlist in the Navy as soon as he graduated high school. Coming from a military family, it seemed like the inevitable path for him. Alvarado enlisted in 1975 when he was a senior. He graduated […]

Wonderful World: Discover Budapest

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we have to talk about the capital of a European country that is considered as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. We are talking about Budapest, Hungary. The city was founded in 1873, after unifying the cities of Buda and Pest. It has a population […]

BIDEN VS. TRUMP The ultimate battle

No winner yet, but Biden pulls ahead By Angie Baldelomar A full day after Election Day, neither candidate had reached the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. At press time, Democrat Joe Biden was ahead with 264 electoral votes, winning key battleground states like Wisconsin, Michigan and Arizona, according to the […]