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7 of Ohio’s biggest counties urge residents to stay home

COLUMBUS, Nov. 25, 2020 (AP): Seven of Ohio's biggest counties on Wednesday urged residents to stay home and follow guidelines on social gatherings and wearing masks.

Franklin County Public Health COVID-19 Status Statement
November 25, 2020: Thanksgiving is a time to express gratitude. We continue to extend our thanks to our residents and community for all they have done since March to slow the spread of COVID-19. Please remember to celebrate the holidays safely.

COVID-19 Testing Dates set at Tri-C sites for Spring Semester

CLEVELAND: Drive-thru and walk-up COVID-19 testing will be offered at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) from December through April as part of a partnership with Care Alliance Health Center.

Columbus Metropolitan Library  joined eight other library systems in central Ohio’s largest book club

Let’s Talk About Race: One Book – One Community
Nov. 9 - Jan. 24, 2021

We’re encouraging families, friends and co-workers to read STAMPED: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi. This program is designed to cultivate conversations around race and social justice based upon the shared reading experience of the greater Columbus community.


Nov. 16, 2020: Two developments are keeping the City of Columbus as a national and regional leader in sustainability.


Inicia entrega de libros de texto gratuito a Consulados de México

Por: Isabel Flores, corresponsal La Prensa

CALIFORNIA, 27 XI 20: La Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP), a través de la Comisión Nacional de Libros de Texto Gratuitos (Conaliteg), inició la entrega de libros de texto para niñas y niños de Primaria a los 32 Consulados mexicanos de todo el país.

UT presenter links Native American, Latino History & Heritage

By La Prensa Staff

The University of Toledo, Office of Multicultural Student Success, hosted an online presentation Nov. 24 that featured a speaker who made a direct link between Native American and Latino history and heritage.

New Michigan law to wipe clean misdemeanors, minor offenses

TRAVERSE CITY, Nov. 26, 2020 (AP): New legislation under Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will allow thousands of Michigan residents to get their misdemeanors removed from public record.

McLaren Port Huron's 32nd Festival of Trees adapts to COVID

By BRYCE AIRGOOD, Times Herald (Port Huron)

PORT HURON, Nov. 25, 2020 (AP): McLaren Port Huron Foundation will host the Festival of Trees for the 32nd year this holiday season, but the event is going to look a little different due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Lorain ofrece pruebas de VIH confidenciales y gratuitas


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Toledo Police seek diversity in 2021 Cadet Class

By La Prensa Staff

Toledo Police recruiters are reaching out to the black and Latino communities, hoping to secure a 2021 cadet class that better reflects the community at-large in the wake of recent racial tensions in the city and nationwide. But the coronavirus pandemic is presenting a second challenge to those outreach efforts, limiting recruiters to virtual presentations with specific audiences.

Winter Art Class Registration begins at the Toledo Museum of Art

Nov. 30, 2020: Registration—for both adults and children—is now open for art classes offered by the Toledo Museum of Art (TMA).  A new “Winterim” session, featuring all virtual workshops, will run from mid-December through mid-January. The deadline for Winterim class registration is Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020.



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STATEMENT ON LA PRENSA READERSHIPLa Prensa Newspaper has been publishing since 1989 and prints 12,000 hardcopy of its weekly, bilingual issue, as can be verified by calling our printer Michigan Web Press of Davisburg MI at 810-664-7403. In addition, Mid-month, La Prensa is part of the monthly publication Lazo Cultural, which prints 10,000. La Prensa has a 92% pick up rate of its hardcopy, with a readership multiple of 3.6.  It is not about numbers being printed, but numbers being printed, then distributed, then picked up, and then read—PR+D+PI+R.
In addition, our Web site—
www.laprensa1.com—attracts over 1,500 visitors per day, with an average of 14 hits per daily visit.   





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