MEDFORD, Ore. — A nationally-known marine combat veteran visited Medford Sunday to speak to veterans at a church service and an outreach group. Chad Robichaux
“It’s just a matter of communicating with the veterans organizations or anyone who deals with veterans who might be needing it,” she said.
The Canby/Aurora VFW Post 6057 already faced significant challenges in holding its 76th anniversary remembrance ceremony of the flag raising at Iwo Jima — not
VA Portland Health Care System today flew 144 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to Redmond from Portland to get Veterans vaccinated at the Bend / Robert D.
Letters Bernard Brown wrote from overseas during WWII, to a girl back home who would eventually become his wife, have been compiled in “Dear Selma”
Individual tiny homes for 15 veterans with support for them. It may sound small, but it’s an extraordinary leap forward for this community’s efforts to
Central Oregon Veterans Ranch will receive $7,000 towards a new tractor for educational, operations, and food production purposes. “We currently have a 1946 Ford Tractor that
A new state military readiness center in Redmond is being planned after a $1.66 million sale of 20 acres approved by the State Land Board
(Newport, Ore. – Feb. 9, 2021) The coastal office of Samaritan Evergreen Hospice is moving rapidly through the partnership levels in the nationwide program called
A local group is seeking input from the community on how to best honor veterans.
Ray Wood’s neighbors posted greetings and hosted him at a celebration to mark his 93rd birthday in Keizer on Wednesday, Jan.20.
On Wednesday, Bend Elks Lodge #1371 Trustee and Veterans representative Len De Groot presented a check for $5,500 to Erik Tobiason of the Bend Heroes Foundation for