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Deportes y más deportes…. 02.03.22

Tom Brady le dice adiós al emparrilladoTom Brady anunció que se retira del fútbol americano después de 22 temporadas.Brady dijo en sus redes sociales que es tiempo de que enfoque su tiempo y energía en otras cosas que requieren su atención.En las 22 temporadas como mariscal de campo de los New England Patriots y los […]

Brissey shares story to create heart disease awareness

By Chara To honor February as American Heart Month, Kansas City area resident Mindy Brissey is sharing her story to create greater awareness about heart disease.Brissey, who is half-Irish, half-Mexican, is a single parent who worked while attending college and has her own consulting business. She was familiar with cancer awareness. Both of her parents […]

Hablando con la abogada Jessica Piedra: Citizenship Eligibility: Could I apply?

The Naturalization process is the one in which Lawful Permanent Residents are granted U.S. citizenship once they meet the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).Some of the many benefits that being a U.S. citizen brings are better employment opportunities (especially Government jobs), the right to vote in the election periods, […]

Voces Consulares : Mexican people’s vote from abroad

Voting to elect our authorities and participating in important decisions regarding the life of our country is one of the rights of the Mexican people.To make this right effective, the National Electoral Institute (INE) together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Mexican Representation Offices Abroad collaborate so that Mexican men and women over 18 […]

Editorial: American Dream vs. American Violence

People from everywhere migrate to the U.S. Many seek to escape the poverty and violence infesting their respective countries. Most yearn for whatever ideal is their own interpretation of the “American Dream.”On consecutive days last month in different cities, the American Dream died for three immigrant families. Two New York City police officers were ambushed […]

How to take care of your heart

Commentary by CharaHeart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, statistics show.According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease killed 360,900 people in 2019. To avoid becoming another victim, you should take care of your heart.Some tips to keep your heart in good shape, offered in observation […]

Side effects of meds can include heart troubles, Merlo cautions

By Tere Siqueira Common medications can cause heart problems, as Luis Merlo will attest.Merlo, a Kansas City area resident and a native of Mexico, is Dos Mundos’ graphic designer. In honor of February as American Heart Month, Merlo has agreed to share his story.At age 19, Merlo ended up in the hospital because of severe […]

Longtime leader encourages young Latinos to join LULAC council

By Roberta PardoRudy Padilla is trying to get younger Latinos involved in the community.“I see there is a lack of young Hispanic leaders in the area,” Padilla said.In August 2021, Padilla started a chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in Shawnee, Kansas. LULAC — the largest and oldest Hispanic membership organization […]

School Closings for Feb 3, 2022

School Closings

This is a current list of closings which include KCK, Blue Vally , Shawnee Mission, KCMO, Guadalupe, and KCK Community college. Check back for updates. UPDATED 6:30 am – Wednesday Feb 2, 2022 123 Academie Lafayette Closed Thursday Academy for Integrated Arts Closed Thursday Academy Montessori Internationale Closed Thursday Accelerated School Closed Thursday Adrian R-3 Closed […]