He had excellent scores … they told him he could go anywhere he wanted … even to the skies. Robert Bromps is the focus of
He was the third of ten kids who fell in love with the idea of becoming a police officer. In this segment of War Stories,
Hundreds of homeless camps dot the landscape on the outskirts of Bend and Redmond. Many people without homes live in the woods because they’d rather
A quilt’s use is as varied as its pattern. From bedding to decoration to a thoughtful gift: quilts have a rich history through cultures around
REDMOND, OR — A 2-acre property in Redmond was recently sold to a couple that wants to turn it into veterans housing. Sean McGann says is
BEND, OR — The Bend Heroes Foundation is working to create a Veterans Village to help end homelessness for veterans. Foundation President Eric Tobiason says he
He signed up to serve his country, but was limited to what jobs the U.S. Army would let him do. In this War Stories segment,
Every veteran deserves a place to call home. “We did not have to go in harm’s way because they did, and it’s the least we
The Central Oregon Veterans Ranch got help from Home Depot volunteers with installing their new garden beds and plans to hold gardening workshops this spring.
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — From Friday through Sunday, Bend-based nonprofit Oregon Adaptive Sports is hosting its 13th annual “Heroes” snow sports weekend for veterans with disabilities.
A growing group of Central Oregon women is going the extra mile to make the day for veterans. Patriot Pin Up, which started in 2012
Therapy dog joins staff at Crook County Veteran Services to help those dealing with traumatic events during time in military.