Grant County residents have options this Thanksgiving. If you don’t feel like cooking or paying for that big meal, there are free community Thanksgiving dinners in both John Day and Prairie City.
In Prairie City, it’s happening at the PBC Teen Center sponsored by Prairie Baptist Church. It’ll be a traditional Thanksgiving meal at 1 p.m. this Thursday.
In John Day, it’ll be at the Elks Lodge from 1 until 4 p.m. The lounge will
A new face has joined the Umatilla County human services department to help local veterans access resources such as filing disability claims, pensions and other benefits.
Jennifer Olson was hired Oct. 17 from the Department of Veterans Affairs office in Walla Walla. As assistant veterans service officer, it is Olson’s job to work with the 1,800 veterans in Umatilla County and make sure they are aware of tools and programs available in the community.
“A lot of
After 18 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Billy Eddy got the chance to continue his family’s tradition of public service on the North Coast.
Eddy was hired over the summer as the Astoria School District’s new director of transportation, maintenance and safety. He replaced Ryan Hahn, who left to become transportation director of the Gresham-Barlow School District.
Eddy retired from the Marine Corps at the end of August, the same day as the district’s new food
17, marks Wreaths Across America Day, which honors veterans during the holiday season. The Patriot Guard Riders of Southern Oregon conducts the ...
Leo Nunez had decades of photos, memorabilia and medals documenting his service in the U.S. Marine Corps tucked away in a foot locker inside a trailer that was stolen in Aloha.
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 ...
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