Tag: Iowa

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Clothing Designer Laura Rodriguez and her work are featured on the cover of dsm Magazine

As a child in Guadalajara, Mexico, Laura Rodriguez was mesmerized by how her mother dressed for dinner parties. “I watched my mom getting ready … and it was so dreamy,” says the now-26-year-old Rodriguez. “SheContinue reading…

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Migration is Beautiful: Ila Rodriguez Plasencia (born 1927)

By Catherine Babikian Ila Plasencia learned to pitch from her brother, a talented baseball player. Soon, she became pitcher for her grade school softball team, and those experiences guided her for the rest of herContinue reading…

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Latest poll results show key demographic gaps in Presidential Race in the swing state of Iowa

These are the results from the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls, which found Hillary Clinton ahead in Iowa (by four points) among registered voters   Three key Gaps   Iowa  – Gender Gap Men: TrumpContinue reading…

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The Bakery of Cedar Rapids

The Bakery of Cedar Rapids is now open!  Come join us for authentic Mexican Breads, Pastries, cookies, and other specialties all made fresh daily. Traditional Mexican breads, pastry, tortillas, and meats, as well as traditionalContinue reading…

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LULAC Davenport Founder series: Henry Vargas

Henry Vargas was born in Davenport, Iowa, in 1929, eight years after his parents had fled Mexico during the Mexican Revolution. In Iowa, his father worked for the Rock Island Railroad, while his mother, EsperanzaContinue reading…

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New US citizen encourages permanent residents to apply for citizenship to exercise the right to vote

During this very patriotic celebration of the 4th of July permanent residents of the United States have a chance to consider initiating the process of becoming citizen. Citizenship comes with one very important right, andContinue reading…

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“Juntos Avanzamos” (Together We Advance)

Community 1st Credit Union has officially become the first credit union in Iowa to receive the prestigious designation “Juntos Avanzamos” (Together We Advance) that is granted to credit unions that make significant efforts in servingContinue reading…

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Yesterday we Marched, Today we Vote

May 1 of 2006 is a day to remember. People gathered and united walked across the Centennial Bridge in the Quad Cities. About 3,000 people participated protesting a bill that would have made undocumented immigrantsContinue reading…