As Jackson county COVID numbers continue to rise, Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics (SORCC) already has plans in place to protect our Veterans and
Join VA Portland & Oregon’s Cultural Trust for an on-line writing retreat for Veterans, families & caregivers. The conversation is led by Anis Mojgani, Oregon’s
Scott Weaver had trouble returning to civilian life in 1999 when he left the U.S. Navy after six years as a hospital corpsman. Diagnosed with
Whether it’s getting to a medical appointment somewhere in the tri-county area surrounding Bend or catching a ride to pick up a prescription in Klamath
According to the US Department of Veterans Affairs, *women are the fastest growing population in the military today. So, the demand for equitable, high-quality health
The St. Helens Elks Lodge has announced $14,500 in local grants. The St Helens Elks Lodge #1999 approved Elks National Foundation grants to be written
Paul Maidel, who served in Vietnam, wants to make sure no veteran is forgotten
COVID-19 threw a wrench into plans for the annual Albany Veterans Day Parade, widely believed to be the largest west of the Mississippi.
Ralph Wood, who served in the Army from 1969 to 1971 and then in the Oregon National Guard, was among the proud veterans who didn’t
Spectators watch the the Red White BOOM! fireworks display on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020 in Dallas, Oregon.
(KTVZ) — For the past five years, Dane Prevatt of Honor Flight Central Oregon has been organizing cross-country trips to honor America’s veterans.
“We’re very excited and honored today to be paying tribute to our United States military,” said Betsy Yraguen, representing Oregon Women in Timber.