South Korea in Hays; American-Asian influence in Texas

By Sahar Chmais From South Korea to Texas, Jimmy Ferguson has experienced war, segregation, Asian-American hatred, and peace. The Asian-American businessman truly lived the American dream and found his home in Texas 30 years ago. “I didn’t speak English,” remembers Jimmy Ferguson, who arrived in the United States around the …

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Ellie McDonald’s goal sends Butler to regional final

WICHITA, Kansas – What is tagged as the post-season redemption tour for Butler soccer was kept alive on Saturday afternoon as rookie Ellie MacDonald’s 35-yard free kick went into the nets in the 74th minute made the difference against rival Hutchinson in a 1-0 region VI. semi-final victory at the …

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After protests, support increases for black businesses

LOUISVILLE, Ky. Homemade earrings, artwork and soaps line the shelves of a new boutique on Bardstown Road. All are products of local entrepreneurs who benefit from the visibility of the high traffic corridor. But unlike similar stores that dot trendy Louisville neighborhoods, every salesperson in this store is black. This …

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