Great Comeback For This Fighter

In News, South Omaha, on May 25th, 2021

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OMAHA – One day when Servando Perales was 9 years old, he followed his older brother to a boxing club near downtown Omaha. There, Perales found a place to unleash that fury that haunted his heart, the discontent that he had about his father. His father was drunk almost every day and abused his mother.

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García And Her Dream of Working in a Museum

In Arts, News, South Omaha, on May 19th, 2021

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At the head of the Museo Latino in Omaha is Magdalena Garcia. 28 years ago, Garcia founded the Museum in the stockyards building in South Omaha. There, she received 10 months of free rent in exchange for organizing and cleaning the building. The first exhibition featured typical folkloric costumes from Mexico. Just a few weeks […]

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Over a Century of Mexican Festivities in Omaha

In Elections 2020, News, South Omaha, on May 11th, 2021

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OMAHA – In 1920 the Mexican colony was already celebrating “Liberty Day,” referring to the independence day of Mexico on September 16.

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‘Tony Vargas’ Immigration And His Own Laws

In COVID-19, News, South Omaha, on March 24th, 2021

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LINCOLN – Senator Vargas talks about Immigration under the Biden administration. Also, during the pandemic he noted that each local health department in Nebraska behaves differently and that local leaders must make decisions that work best.

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Covid-19 Takes Brother

In Awarness, COVID-19, News, South Omaha, on November 20th, 2020

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OMAHA – On August 11, at the age of 55, Leon lost the battle against COVID-19 in a hospital in Alabama. Sabino Garcia Lopez is one of Leon’s two younger brothers. He lives in Omaha and had been receiving phone calls to update him on his brother’s health. On the morning of August 11, Sabino received the call that doctors tried to revive his brother, but it was not enough.

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Presidential Candidates; What to Expect in 2021 Regarding Immigration

In Elections 2020, News, South Omaha, on October 27th, 2020

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OMAHA – An immigration attorney who works for an omaha nonprofit organization hopes for changes that could benefit immigrant families.

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