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Deportes y más deportes…06.08.23

Joe Biden recibió a los Chiefs en la Casa Blanca Los Kansas City Chiefs fueron recibidos por Joe Biden, presidente de los Estados Unidos, en la Casa Blanca, tal y como se hace de forma tradicional con los equipos campeones de las ligas más importantes del país.Joe Biden reconoció al equipo de Kansas City que […]

4th District At-Large Candidate Justin Short

By Edie R. Lambert Driven by love for his hometown, Kansas City native Jason M. Short decided two years ago to run for city council. He spent the next six months earnestly listening to residents in neighborhoods citywide and creating a message. Confident that he had a handle on public sentiment and was well-positioned to […]

Kelly approves legislation to fully fund schools and care for rural schools

By Roberta Pardo Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly recently signed into law a bill to fully fund schools for the fifth straight year.On May 18, Kelly announced she had signed and line-item vetoed aspects of Senate Bill 113, the bill containing the budget for K-12 education, according to an Office of the Governor press release. With […]

Memorial Day commemorated at Union Station

By Tere Siqueira On May 28, Union Station and the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri, partnered to celebrate Memorial Day weekend by staging the annual Bank of America Celebration at the Station.The event began at 5 p.m. with various activities and entertainment for the attendees. More than 20 food […]

CDC advises testing for human metapneumovirus in winter, spring

By Chara The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising doctors to test patients for human metapneumovirus (HMPV) during the spring and winter, when the illness is at its peak. HMPV causes lower and upper respiratory issues, especially in older adults and young children.“Discovered in 2001, HMPV is in the pneumoviridae family, along […]

KC PrideFest dates set

By Chara Kansas City, Missouri, is among the many communities around the world with activities planned to celebrate June as Pride Month.In Kansas City, the activities include the KC PrideFest and Pride Parade, both scheduled for this weekend (June 9-11). PrideFest is slated for Friday-Sunday (June 9-11) at Theis Park, located at 47th Street and […]

Jorge Ramos: Amor por el dictador

Es una vieja y triste costumbre latinoamericana. Se trata de proteger al dictador, al asesino, al que debería estar en la cárcel pero que, por pura fuerza, trampas y abusos, está en el poder. Es increíble que en este 2023, dos presidentes elegidos democráticamente se presten para encubrir y apoyar a matones.Este vergonzoso apapacho fue […]

Editorial: Summer reading: small investment, big returns

Welcome, summer break. The annual occurrence is happily anticipated by students, teachers and parents.For kids, it means freedom – to sleep in, log more screen time, play more and just chill out, unencumbered by scholastic deadlines and obligations. Typically, for younger students summer break offers a uniquely carefree, fuss-free existence peculiar to the youngest among […]

How to stay cool and reduce summer energy bills

Commentary by Tere Siqueira Rising temperatures can bring discomfort and soaring energy bills.But staying cool and comfortable need not break the bank or cause you to sacrifice your environmental consciousness. Here are some ways you can beat the heat and still lower your energy bills:*Seal your home: Keeping your home effectively insulated is crucial to […]