April 3, 2018

Oregon law enforcement agencies partner for recruitment website

SALEM, Ore. – City, county, state, tribal, and university law enforcement agencies around Oregon are looking to fill more than 500 vacancies over the next year […]
March 30, 2018

Jackson County raises POW/MIA flag

After receiving a request from veterans, the Jackson County Board of Commissioners agreed to have three poles installed to accommodate the flags at the August D. […]
March 29, 2018

Vietnam veterans honored at Eagle Point Cemetery

While a uniformed bugler played taps beneath the flagpole at the Eagle Point National Cemetery Thursday, Richard Lewis of Grants Pass wept.The U.S. Navy veteran who’d […]
March 28, 2018

KCC keeps aviation program; VA benefits reinstated

After considering ending its aviation science program due to suspended benefits to military veteran students by Department of Veterans Affairs, Klamath Community College is keeping its […]
March 26, 2018

Commemoration ceremony to honor veterans on 50th anniversary of Vietnam War

Vietnam veterans will be recognized and thanked for their service at a commemoration Thursday of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. The ceremony will begin […]
March 25, 2018

Vietnam vets recall a war they couldn’t win

Larry Slessler was a young Air Force intelligence officer in August 1964 when the Tonkin Gulf Crisis escalated a regional civil war on the far side […]
March 21, 2018

Genealogy detective

Eagle Point resident Barbara Northrop got little information out of her father, Howard James Phillips, about his service during World War II before his death in […]
March 20, 2018

As It Was: Women at Camp White

Today the Veterans Domiciliary in White City, Oregon, sits on the grounds of old Camp White, originally built to serve as a training facility for the […]
March 20, 2018

Bandon to be designated ‘Medal of Honor’ city

BANDON – By the efforts of George Trott, District 3 commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Bandon has made another step toward being the only […]