To parents with children headed for college, relax

Commentary by CharaWith more Americans getting vaccinated, many colleges and universities in Kansas and Missouri are planning for their students to take at least some classes on campus – a situation that might seem painful for parents who have gotten used to their children being at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.If you are in that […]

Hispanics turn to “Abogado Miguel” for litigation help

By Angie BaldelomarAttorney Brent Johnston, better known as “Abogado Miguel” has a love for helping Kansas City area Hispanics with their legal issues.Johnston spent two years in Argentina as a missioner learning Spanish and serving the people there. That is where his love for helping the Hispanic community started. Eventually, Johnston settled in Topeka, Kansas, […]

DACA under attack again

Federal judge declares program illegal, blocks new applications By Roberta Pardo On July 16, a federal judge in Texas blocked an Obama-era program protecting undocumented immigrants who had arrived in the United States as children from deportation, halting the program’s ability to accept new applicants.In his 77-page opinion, district court Judge Andrew Hanen concluded that […]