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 […]

School Closings

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 7:00 am – Wednesday Feb 2, 2022 123 151st Street Church of Christ Churches No Evening Services Back to top A Academie Lafayette Kansas City Schools Closed Accelerated Schools Leawood […]

Kansas Labor Secretary Delia Garcia addresses unemployment during COVID.

Kansas Department of Labor Secretary, Delia Garcia spoke with Dos Mundos about Unemployment insurance benefits: who’s eligible, what’s the application like, and where to go to submit it, among other things. Note: The Kansas Department of Labor’s IT system has been struggling due to the heavy load placed upon it by enormous claims volumes. The […]

Kansas Labor Department Update

Delia Garcia, secretary of the Kansas Department of Labor, gave an update on the website www.getkansasbenefits.gov, where the population can submit their application for unemployment benefits. Among other topics, he talked about the best hours of the day to submit this application. Delia Garcia, secretaria del departamento de trabajo de Kansas, dio una actualización sobre […]

•Remembering 2019• The year in headlines

January On Jan. 1, the U.S. government remained in shutdown mode after President Trump and congressional Democrats failed to reach a budget deal in 2018 to include $5 billion for Trump’s proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall. The shutdown ended up affecting about 800,000 federal workers. On Jan. 5, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador launched a […]

Remembering 2018: from July – December

July Leftist candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was declared the winner of Mexico’s presidential election, held on July 1. According to the results reported by the Instituto Nacional Electoral, Obrador received 53 percent of the vote, followed by Ricardo Anaya with 22.5 percent, Jose Antonio Meade with 16.2 percent and Jaime Rodriguez Calderon with 5.2 […]

Remembering 2018: from January – June

January On Jan. 9, mudslides began hitting parts of Southern California. The mudslides were part of a series of disasters that hit the region, starting in late 2017 with wildfires, followed by flooding. On Jan. 16, the Trump administration issued an 11-page report claiming to have evidence of a connection between immigration and terrorism. The […]

Trump wants to end birthright citizenship through executive order

By Angie Baldelomar In his latest effort to curb immigration, President Trump has announced he’s planning to sign an executive order seeking to end the right to U.S. citizenship for children born in the United States to non-citizens. Legal experts claim the move would go against the Constitution. It also was dismissed on Tuesday (Oct. […]

Un tiroteo en escuela secundaria de Texas: al menos 8 muertos

Un hombre armado abrió fuego en una escuela en Santa Fe, Texas Un tiroteo se presentó este viernes en la Escuela Secundaria Santa Fe, en Texas. Hay al menos 8 muertos. Además, hay un policía herido y dos sospechosos arrestados. Este es el tercer tiroteo escolar en los últimos 7 días y el número 22 […]

Around The Globe: 03.22.18

Here are some of the recent stories that have made national and international headlines: *School shooting: Multiple news outlets reported that two high school students were injured on Tuesday (March 20) at Great Mills High School in Lexington Park, Md., when another student, Austin Wyatt Rollins, shot them with a semiautomatic weapon. Media outlets also […]