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- City of Monroe Memorial Day Schedule
- Free CPR Lessons Held in Monroe
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- Obama to Visit Oklahoma on Saturday
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- MPD Teaming with LifeShare Blood Centers for Blood Drive
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Households Can Get Rid of Hazardous Waste Today
The 2013 Great American Cleanup continues today with Household Hazardous Waste Day.
UPDATE: Family Mourns Man Killed in Farmerville Fire
The State Fire Marshal says the fire that claimed of one man started in the kitchen of the home.
Monroe City Council Member Reacts to Budget Veto
A Monroe City Councilman is reacting to Mayor Jamie Mayo's veto of the recently approved budget.
Monroe Mayor Vetoes Council Approved Budget
Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo vetoes the budget approved on Tuesday by the City Council.
OPSD Holding Public Meeting Tonight on Desegregation Status
The Ouachita Parish School Board is hoping to finish the process that will get them from out under a 40 year old desegregation order.