The Blue Mountain Community College Veterans Resource Center invites the public to a free presentation regarding the transition back from military active duty to civilian
Oregon Health & Science University medical student Shane Griffin examines Marine veteran Fred Irons’ eyes during Saturday’s Veteran Stand Down at the Hermiston Community Center.
We were sitting around the coffee table at Veteran Advocates of Ore-Ida talking about the latest submarine being commissioned and my curiosity got the better
HERMISTON — A cornucopia of resources — including giveaways, services and information — is available during the annual Project Community Connect & Veteran Stand Down.
USS Oregon photo via Army Update. GROTON, Connecticut – The U.S. Navy christened its newest attack submarine, USS Oregon, Saturday morning at the General Dynamics
PENDLETON — Input is being sought regarding behavioral health policies and resources for veterans in Oregon. According to a survey completed by more than 4,000
Morrow County Veterans Services will host a two-day workshop in suicide intervention skills on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 30-Oct. 1. The event takes place from
As our country has just passed a milestone of 18 years of war and death, physical and mental injury, and is now entering into an
PENDLETON, Ore. (AP) — History buffs, local officials and a sociology professor recently dedicated a historical marker in Oregon recognizing a segregated Army battalion comprised
Friday, Sept. 20, is POW/MIA Recognition Day. This special day and the POW/MIA flag are symbolic of our nation’s resolve to never leave our warriors
Every time I’m out at any of our local events or just going out to the grocery store, I usually stop a veteran I see
The state of Oregon is dedicating its newest historical marker this afternoon (Friday) at 4:30 p.m. It honors the U.S. Army’s 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion,