November 17, 2016

Shot down by the Germans in WWII, vet visits memorials honoring ‘The Greatest Generation’

It’s been a long time since Guido Pinamonti was held as a prisoner of war by the Nazis after being shot down during World War II.

But Pinamonti, a 17-year Tigard resident who recently moved to The Springs at Sherwood, recently took a trip to Washington, D.C., to see ...

November 16, 2016

Eugene Honored for Housing Hundreds of Veterans

EUGENE, Ore. -- Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy and Lane County Commissioner Pat Farr were both honored at the White House for helping hundreds of homeless veterans.

Mayor Piercy said it was a whirlwind trip lasting about three days. Although it was quick, she said it was a very important trip for our city and for our nation.

First Lady Michelle Obama invited Mayor Piercy and Commissioner Farr to the event, which took place in the east wing

November 16, 2016

First Lady Acknowledges Eugene’s Efforts To End Veteran Homelessness

November 15, 2016

Eugene Non Profit Honors Heroes with Adventures

November 15, 2016

Help for homeless veterans at Medicine Wheel

November 15, 2016

Nearly 60 Veterans Pursuing Degrees at OSU-Cascades

November 15, 2016

Veterans celebrated at World War II Memorial

November 15, 2016

National Veteran organization chapter comes to Southeastern Washington

November 14, 2016

Blind veteran Don Carlo lays groundwork for the Vanguard