Pres. Sirleaf Commends UN Indian Police Force
By: Julius Jeh President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has commended members of the Indian women police force serving with United Nations Mission in Liberia for their service to the country and its people
Liberian Teachers Blast Pres. Sirleaf, Despite Modest Salary Increment
By: Julius Jeh Despite the US $25 dollar increment pronouncement made by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, an Executive of the MCSS Teachers Association has blasted the government
Motorcyclists Defy Liberian Police
By: Julius Jeh The Liberia Motorcyclists Union has ordered its members across the country to stop adhering to the 10 p.m. riding restriction on motorbikes instituted by the Liberia National Police...
George Weah and Samuel Tweah: The Screwing UP of CDC! (Guest Commentary)
By: Paul Paulay Jackson Is it more than just a coincidence that only the letter ”T" separates the name "Tweah" from "Weah", or is there something more sinister to this political bromance between these two CDC stalwarts?...
Advocates Combats Violence Against Women in Morocco, Mongolia, Latvia, Lithuania
The Advocates for Human Rights travelled to Morocco, Mongolia, Latvia, and Lithuania to work with partners on new reforms toward a safer, more just world for women and girls...
PRO-USA Launches 3rd Annual Free Tax Information Session Saturday, Feb. 2
The Management of Pro-USA is pleased to invite the general public to the launching of its third annual tax information session for Minnesota taxpayers, on Saturday, February 2, 2012, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Zanewood Recreation Center, in Brooklyn Park, Minn. (7100 Zane Ave. N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55429)...
Tribute to the late Irene J. Paasewe, former Supt. of Grand Cape Mount County
By: Gardea Varney Woodson As a reporter-in-training at the Liberian News Agency Bureau in Robertsport, I sat in the front row seat to history to Mrs. Irene J. Paasewe becoming the first female superintendent of Grand Cape Mount County...
Does Liberia Need An Army? (Guest Commentary)
By: Arthur B. Dennis For the past 5 years or so, there have been calls from certain opinion leaders to disband the military, claiming that Liberia does not need an army. One of such call was made by Dr. Elwood Dunn...
J. Gibson Keykpo Changed his Status from Mr. Keykpo to Dr. Keykpo: A Tribute
By: Susie Tablah-Keykpo John Gibson Keykpo, a Liberian scholar, brought immense pride to his community, family, and friends, when he achieved a Doctorate degree in Leadership Education on January 17, 2013 from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota...
For OLM Board Seat, Father James Wilson Appeals for Community Votes, Support
By: Ralph T. Tolbert Father James N. Wilson, a widely-respected Liberian religious leader whose passion for community engagement across cultures and faiths has earned him a long list of leadership roles in the Twin Cities and countless number of endorsements in his community, is appealing to the Liberian community to turn out in “great number” Sunday Jan. 20, to support his candidacy...