Gabriel Williams, Siaka Konneh Appear on ‘Issues In the Press Reloaded Saturday’
By: Issues In the Press Reloaded Mgmt March 20, 2013: One of Liberia's most fearless and astute journalists, Mr. Al Jerome Anastas Chede, engages the information arm of the Liberia Embassy accredited to the United States of America this Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 2pm CST...
Prof. NNK Launches Book Signing in Minneapolis for “The Land of My Father’s Birth”
By: James Kokulo Fasuekoi The celebration of the work of one of Liberia’s prolific writers, a US Navy veteran, Nvasekie Konneh, affectionately known as “Prof.” NNK, finally reached the twin cities of Minnesota Saturday March 09, 2013...
Margibi Senator Oscar Cooper Engages Stakeholders in Minnesota
By: Kakata--Brooklyn Park Sister City Committee The Kakata-Brooklyn Park Sister City Committee, the Organization of Liberians in Minnesota (OLM), the Margibi County Association...
2013 National Health Rankings Highlight Minnesota Counties
Minnesota's counties are included in a report ranking the health of every county in each of the 50 states. This is the fourth year of County Health Rankings...
Indian Prime Minister Reaffirms Support to Liberia
New Delhi, India (March 19, 2013): The Prime Minister of India, His Excellency, Monmohan Singh, has assured Liberia of India’s continued support to rebuild Liberia’s infrastructure, and diversify Indian investments in Liberia...
‘The Rebirth of Sundaygar Dearboy’
By: Nat Bayjay Popularly known as Sundaygar Dearboy, Liberia’s musical diva S. Michael Davis returns to the musical limelight with a fresh album dubbed Geniuses of Goodness..
Liberian Journalist Wants Pres. Sirleaf to Nullify Appointments of LIPA Boss, Others
By: Moses D. Sandy An applicant for the position of Director General of the Liberia Institute for Public Administration (LIPA), Mr. Jackson Tegbe Sarwee Seton, is calling on President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf to withdraw the nominations...
Monrovia: A City Far Below A State’s Capital (Guest Commentary)
By: Tamba D. Aghailas Liberia’s capital city, Monrovia was named after United States of America’s fifth President, James Monroe. Monrovia was envisioned by the settlers during the 1800s upon the onset of their arrival in their new found nation, Liberia...
Former ELWA Acting Medical Director Dies in Birmingham, UK
By: Douglas Farngalo Liberia has lost one of its illustrious pillars of the medical profession. On Wednesday, 20th February, 2013, the cold and uncompassionate hands of death snatched away a veteran medical practitioner and son of Tappita, Nimba County, Dr. David Memba Troko...
Why Monrovia Is Liberia? (Guest Commentary)
By: Labeth Varh Is anyone paying attention? Does anyone even care? Monrovia is congested, cluttered, filthy and unbearable, a big slum community...