Pedrita, la zebra chismosa!


Muchos de UDs. me conocen. Ya me irán conociendo!! Otros que conocen este periódico han llamado para alentar y para que siga trayendo información que hace falta a la raza!! Soy una cebra chismosa!. Muchos de mis primos burros andan por ahí soñando con pajaritos….AGUZADOS!! Me rí-ago de los que pretenden saber más español queContinue reading “Pedrita, la zebra chismosa!”

Resuelto demanda por discriminacion contra Departamento de Policia


Johnson City, Tenn.– La oficina de abogados Lambda Legal anunció la resolución de una demanda contra el Departamento de Policía de Johnson City (JCPD) en Tennessee, en nombre de Kenneth Giles. El problema fue que una foto de Giles fue puesta a disposición de los medios de comunicación, en contra de las prácticas habituales delContinue reading “Resuelto demanda por discriminacion contra Departamento de Policia”

U.S. Department of Commerce Announces $1.7 Million to Support Job Creation in


WASHINGTON — U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson today announced a $1.76 million Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant to the Industrial Development Board of Perry County, Tennessee, to help rebuild critical industrial infrastructure and mitigate the impact of severe flooding in 2010. The investment is expected to create nearly 400 jobs and generate approximately $23 millionContinue reading “U.S. Department of Commerce Announces $1.7 Million to Support Job Creation in”

National Kidney Foundation to Hold Free Kidney Disease Screening


National Kidney Foundation to Hold Free Kidney Disease Screening in Knoxville Past participant shares her story on prevention   (Knoxville, TN) – March is National Kidney Month and everyone should be getting their kidneys checked out — just ask Knoxville resident Mary Croes. At 86, Croes is active and painting up a storm at the O’ConnorContinue reading “National Kidney Foundation to Hold Free Kidney Disease Screening”

Occupy Chattanooga moved


Occupy Chattanooga Protesters were removed from Hamilton County’s property and their belongings have been placed back onto the City of Chattanooga’s property.  Chattanooga Police Officers explained the occupiers the city ordinances in regards to a peaceful protest.  There have not been issues with the occupiers violating any city code so far and the Police Department looks forward toContinue reading “Occupy Chattanooga moved”

Romney se encamina hacia la candidatura republicana


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Mitt Romney es el candidato de los republicanos congresantes Jimmy Duncan, Diane Black and Phil Roe. “Me siento honrado al recibir el apoyo de estos grandes líderes conservadores,” dijo Mitt Romney. “Ellos comparten mi visión de impuestos más bajos, reducción de gastos y un presupuesto equilibrado. Cada uno de ellos entiende elContinue reading “Romney se encamina hacia la candidatura republicana”

Leyes del arrendador y arrendatario en Tennessee


From the LAET Landlord & Tenant Law attorneys… “Title VII, Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, is relevant to our clients who are being evicted when their rental homes are in foreclosure…..The act allows a tenant to remain in her home for the duration of the lease when the rental home is sold in foreclosure, unlessContinue reading “Leyes del arrendador y arrendatario en Tennessee”

Six Tennessee commissioners of health gathering for ETSU’s ‘Leading Voices’ lecture


JOHNSON CITY – East Tennessee State University’s College of Public Health will present a remarkable glimpse into the past, present and future of the Volunteer State as six commissioners of health gather Thursday, March 15, for a roundtable discussion that is part of the “Leading Voices in Public Health” lecture series.  Dr. John Dreyzehner, theContinue reading “Six Tennessee commissioners of health gathering for ETSU’s ‘Leading Voices’ lecture”