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CDC issues travel recommendations for fully vaccinated people

By Chara On April 2, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new travel guidelines for people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.People are considered fully vaccinated once they have received their two shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or 1 shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and have waited two […]

Habalando con Jessica Piedra: Courts closed – explore other options

The Kansas City Immigration Court is still closed due to the pandemic. The time is now to explore other options for your future. We can help you to find a path for your family.Due to the pandemic, the Kansas City Immigration Court closed it’s doors to hearings unless the immigrant is detained. Hundreds of hearings […]

Black Agave hosts ribbon-cutting ceremony

Story by Roberta Pardo and photos by Michael Alvarado A new Mexican restaurant has opened.On April 2, Black Agave Tequila Mexican Cuisine and Bar opened at 9720 Quivira Road in Lenexa, Kansas, near the Oak Park Mall, with its official ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City organized the ceremony to […]

Ace Hardware is Hiring

Garden Center Assistant and Inside sales positions available. Apply in person at 95th and Mission Road Location or call 913-649-0111

New mural in NEKC brings attention to peripheral artery disease

By Angie Baldelomar A new mural will be unveiled in the Northeast area of Kansas City, Missouri, to help educate and raise awareness about peripheral artery disease.Commonly known as PAD, peripheral artery disease is a vascular disease that causes pain in the legs while walking. It affects 8.5 million Americans over age 40, but only […]