Diary The Opinion of Parchment

On Friday, starting at 10:00, different areas of the Municipality will be present at 1,350 Chiclana Street, in the Villa San José neighborhood. The objective of these conferences is to provide the residents with certain procedures and services such as the placement of the vaccines of the national calendar, HIV tests, procedures to carry out […]

Actu // The subject of working time at the heart of the news

Written by ID CiTé on 05/11/2022 Between a strong political context, a health crisis, an international crisis and its economic consequences, the subject of working time is at the heart of the news. Small illustration by talking about managers’ relationship to time, the lengthening of life (and work), and atypical hours and their consequences. In […]

Mobile Consulate of Mexico will be in Pasco from November 19 to 21 | Sun

The Consulate of Mexico in Seattle will be with its consulate on wheels in Pasco from November 19 to 21. With this visit he will close his annual mobile consulate day in 2021, but he will continue with his consular services in Seattle. Those interested in carrying out procedures at the mobile consulate in Pasco […]

Dance, music and theater return to the city’s social venues

Normality goes little by little recovering the space lost by the pandemic. With the improvement in the incidence of Covid, the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has decided to reopen its social premises and civic centers to which Dance, music, theater and many other activities are back for the enjoyment of the […]

La Opinion de Pergamino newspaper

The love for irons and workshops was born from the hand of Oscar, who started the first generation when he started racing motorcycles. He moved to Christian with an outstanding work in the National Tourism and today it is Agustín who continues with the legacy above a karting. “For me it represents my life,” said […]

Blood draws, on Monday, with tribute to three local donors

Blood donors will have a new appointment this Monday. The extractions will take place in the afternoon, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at the Bizi Nahi retirement club, in the San Ignacio neighborhood. Due to the health situation, it is necessary for those who want to donate to make an appointment, the same day […]

Art Exhibit Illustrates Work of Farm Workers | Sun

With a total of 25 pieces of engraving that are part of the collection “Gráfica del Campo: Cultivating the Yakima Valley”, the Boxx Gallery in Tieton dressed up to receive the talent of the plastic artist, Christie Tirado, who has dedicated his work to highlight the tireless work of agricultural workers. Although the artist masters […]

Senior Meals Delivered at Washington Fruit Community Center | Sun

Meals on Wheels offers food endowments at the Washington Fruit Community Center in Yakima. Meals are for people over 60 years old. Each Friday, Meals on Wheels will deliver seven-day frozen meals to the downtown parking lot located at 602 N. Fourth St, from 10 am to 11 am. Those interested can register at 509-426-2601, […]

Sheriff’s Office Seeks Help to Clear Up Fatal Shooting Near Sunnyside | Sun

A 62-year-old man who was injured in a December vehicle shooting near Sunnyside has died, investigators reported. Francisco Santos-Sánchez died on April 17 in Seattle. An autopsy has already been performed, but the results have not been released as a new investigation is awaited, the King County Office of the Medical Examiner said. On Dec. […]

Lilian Bravo, key piece to reach the Latino community in the pandemic | Sun

Born in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of immigrant parents, Lilian Bravo is in charge of the Directorate of Public Health Associations for the Yakima Health District, where she has worked for almost 4 years. Since the pandemic began, he has been a fundamental piece and link with the Latino population to inform about COVID-19 and […]