VA Deputy Secretary Pamela Powers will be hosting a new series of chats and live events, focusing on women Veterans and supporting the “Whole Woman Veteran.”
On Friday, Sept. 18, 10 large POW/MIA Memorial Highway signs will be dedicated in public ceremonies in six cities — including Prineville and Madras —
Applegate Landing broke ground Aug. 21 on its new housing project off Airport Road. The 48-unit complex will house veterans, low-income people and those transitioning
On Monday night, the Tualatin City Council approved the site; now $208,000 is needed to complete the project.
About 46,000 veterans had their personal information exposed after hackers breached Veterans Affairs computer systems used to send payments to outside medical providers.
Get your flu shot today. VA has many options for you to get a flu vaccine and some new options for Veterans to get vaccinated
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has reopened the registration period for claiming an Economic Impact Payment. Individuals who receive Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Railroad
Ron Wyden. Baker served in both World War II and in Korea. He was a flight engineer on B25 bombers in World War II and
Getting a flu vaccine this fall is more important than ever to protect yourself, your family, friends, and coworkers. We are facing a tough 2020
Newport, Oregon – Military veterans have unique physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual needs that can impact their end-of-life care. Recognizing these special needs, Samaritan Evergreen
Oregon Tech receives approval for grant-funded program that helps student veterans navigate college and receive peer support
September 3, 2020, KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.—Oregon Tech is excited to announce that the university has been selected as a new partner in the Peer Advisors
VA is bringing virtual hearings to Veterans who have disagreed with the decision VA made on a compensation claim and who have appealed the decision