September 15, 2017

The Vietnam War: The Veneer of Civilization

With the country at odds over the war, draft-age Americans face wrenching choices. After chaos roils the Democratic Convention, Nixon narrowly wins the presidency. In Vietnam, […]
September 15, 2017

Flag relay for veterans pays visit on way to Florida

SISTERS, Ore. – (Update: Comments from participants) On Sept. 11, 70 relay teams started running, biking and walking from Seattle, on their way to Tampa, Florida. On Friday, […]
September 14, 2017

Video: History Returned

A 73-year-old ID bracelet, traded in 1945 to a Dutch family by a hungry soldier in the Canadian army, is at last headed home. The bracelet […]
September 14, 2017

Soldiers training as wildland firefighters in Oregon learn from all-veteran crew

ROSEBURG, Ore. – The 200 active duty U.S. Army soldiers called up to fight wildfires arrived at the Umpqua North Complex last week. They received additional […]
September 13, 2017

Multiple military branches contribute to Round-Up

The spirit of the Old West was alive on the first day of the Pendleton Round-Up, but only the audience that stayed behind for the post-rodeo […]
September 13, 2017

Annual employment fair for veterans canceled due to air quality

White City, Ore. — A major employment fair for veterans was canceled. The Southern Oregon Veterans Stand Down and Employment Fair, was scheduled to last from 10 […]
September 13, 2017

Earning their stripes: Chinook Winds salutes veterans at Celebration of Honor

Lincoln City will be bedecked in red, white and blue all the way to the high tide line this weekend as the Celebration of Honor returns […]
September 13, 2017

Honor ride

DALLAS – U.S. Navy veteran Bob Dunn grinned and said the best thing about serving in the military was “the girls.” Dunn, 95, a former pilot, […]
September 12, 2017

Brookings celebrates opening of VA clinic

After almost two years — and with the snip of a red velvet ribbon — Curry County veterans have a new clinic in Brookings that is […]