Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Articles from the November 2, 2017 edition

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Mrs. Nola F. Green Respected, Admired, Appreciated

On Saturday, October 28, 2017, Mrs. Nola Faye Green was called home to be with the Lord surrounded by her loving family. Mrs. Green was originally from Farmerville, LA, but spent much of her life in...

 

GSU Shooting Difficult for Academia

Grambling State University President Rick Gallot is in a difficult position following the recent shooting deaths of two men on the school's campus. As president of Grambling, many in the area see...

 

Willisha Miller Gone Too Soon

Willisha Monique Miller was born August 7, 1994 and passed to Glory Friday, October 27, 2017 She was the daughter of Brenda Miller Copning-Hatfield and Willie Copning. "Lisha" as she was known by...

 

Brother-in-Law Stabbed

On Monday, October 30, a man's truck was stolen in the late afternoon. The owner of the truck found his truck and the thief somehow, which remains unknown. The man confronted the thief somewhere on...

 

Family Gun Squabble

In the Bible the last book addresses the things which happened long ago and the current events as well. Many things which are happening have already been predicted which we're witnessing every day we...

 

Musical Legend Maurice Johnson Tribute

A Tribute to Music Legend Maurice Johnson was a major highlight of GSU's homecoming festivities, Friday, Oct. 27, held in the William Wiley Band Room of the Conrad Hutchinson's Performance Arts...

 

Stop The Silence

Ladies, men, boys and girls have dressed in various shades of pink in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness month during October. Thank you to all my sister survivors who willingly shared their...

 

Brown To Take Exam

Monroe Police Department Executive Officer Reggie Brown has won his legal challenge to take the upcoming Monroe Chief of Police exam next month. Brown’s challenge was held at the Safety Center on MLK Boulevard Tuesday afternoon. There was a discuss...

 

Black Power

Nation of Islam Association of Grambling, Monroe & Shreveport, LA, will present "Black Power," a message to the students of GSU from Student Minister Nuri Muhammad on behalf of the Hon. Min....

 

Reason for the Season

We experience four seasons each year - fall, winter, spring, and summer. Each season has a distinctive purpose. The spring is the transition between cold and hot weather and most often brings rain, but the rain does not last long. After the rain,...

 

Praying Students

Inspired by God through Mary Roggerson & Morning Day Prayer Ministries under the leadership of Pastor Kenneth Nolley, St. Mary Baptist Church. Purpose: For all children to learn, pray and confess the Word of God. Goal: For all children to have an...

 

Favorite Church Usher

Doorkeepers or keepers of the door, their church service is invaluable. They are the first to meet and greet you at church. If you have a question, need a seat, need to speak or sit with a certain...

 

A Church Proclaiming the Love of God

Recently New Light Baptist Church Monroe celebrated its 87th Church Anniversary. Special Guest was Rev. William Ross Greater New Hope Baptist Church. The spirit was high at the anniversary when...

 

Taking a Stand for the Lord

Family and Friends Day/Homecoming was celebrated at Faith United Baptist Church, Monroe, LA recently. Guests Rev. Levi Cyrus and Light of the Word Church of God, Shreveport, LA. Programmed...

 

ADVANCING THE KINGDOM

Col 3:23 — Col 3:24 “And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance; for you serve the Lord Christ.” (Col.3.23-24. NKJV) Rejoice Beloved for you...

 

Our Children, Our Responsibility

Obedience does not come naturally. We do not inherit it. It must be taught and learned. Jesus learned obedience through suffering. The Bible teaches children should obey their parents. Also, parents are not to make unreasonable demands on their...

 

Little Flower 1968 Reunion

As unique as the world, Little Flower Academy Class of 1968 gathered October 27-29 for the record in Monroe LA. It was an unforgettable reunion of classmates who were separated by desegregation. Many notable events were shared while new and old...

 

Pulpits and Pews

C.W.U. Human Rights Luncheon Celebration Consider this your special invitation to attend our Church Women United of Ouachita Parish Human Rights Luncheon Celebration, ROSE OF SHARON BAPTIST CHURCH, 716 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Monroe, LA Friday,...

 

Happenings

Onyx Flow & Throw If you can rap, sing or freestyle come show your stuff Thurs. Night at the ONYX Thursday. Open Mic Night begins at 9pm. Onyx Lounge open Tues. –Sat. 9pm-3am @Onyx Lounge Beauty only Skin Deep Easy to jump in, hard to getaway....

 

Neville 1987 30th Reunion

Neville High School Class of 1987 celebrated their 30th class reunion this past weekend October 27-29 in Monroe LA. Classmates gathered from far and near to reminisce, remember and revive past...

 

Richwood Sweethearts

Richwood Sweethearts and fans Kierra Richardson and Pamela Henderson were spotted at the Wossman Richwood Football Game recently. Besides being Richwood Sweethearts, they are also Richwood Diehards....

 

Monroe Drag Team & Classic Cars

Some of the most classic old school cars are displayed by Monroe Drag Team & Classic Cars at various events during the year. This year at Richwood Juneteenth Celebration June 2017, Monroe Drag...

 

Spiritual Harvest "Men Pursuing God" Conference

Pastor Bob Dziadaszek and the men of Spiritual Harvest Worship Center 8th annual "Men Pursuing God" Men's Conference on Saturday, November 11 9 a.m. The theme is "Walking as Jesus Walked," based on 1...

 

Trump's Bad Week

One bird has sung, and two more may be about to sing. If you worked on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and had links to the Russian government, your time in the hot seat may be next. That has to be the sentiment of various individuals that...

 

Mr. Pickem Grissom's Football Predictions

It's do or die this final week of the LHSAA regular season and several teams still have work to do to improve their post-season positioning. Some teams are on the bubble, while some are at the top....

 

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