MONROE, La. — The streets of Monroe were filled with celebration on Monday morning as the community came together to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Crowds braved a cold morning as participants from collegiate service groups to the NAACP marched from Charles Johnson Park to Wossman High School.
This is the 36th year the city has honored Dr. King with a parade, an occasion Monroe began celebrating long before it became a national holiday.
- Despite career night from Self, ULM women’s basketball unable to stop Coastal Carolina
- Bulldogs see double digit lead disappear in final minutes, drop overtime game to Western Kentucky
- Warhawks limited to 36 percent shooting in Thursday loss to UALR; Efretuei recorded a double-double in the defeat
- Roundball Roundup: Girls quarterfinal round edition, several from Louisiana and Arkansas advance
- See how residents and the parish jail are getting by as water crisis continues in Tallulah