Category: Eastern

WWII veterans

Our greatest generation

A main topic these last few days around the coffee table is one regarding our nation’s oldest World War II veteran, Richard Overton. Mr. Overton

Needs, celebrations and strict orders

Always at this time of year, we at the Veteran Advocates of Ore-Ida as well as other support organizations in the region, experience a very

Vale woman makes blankets for veterans

Veteran Advocates of Ore-Ida was the grateful recipient of handmade blankets from Beverly Dice, of Vale. She made the gifts for area veterans this holiday

From “55” to Afghanistan

A group of Veterans sitting around the coffee table the other day at Veteran Advocates of Ore-Ida reflected back when 55 mph was the law

Honoring our nation’s veterans

For most veterans, the idea of serving our country, satisfies our own mind and souls’ desire of fulfilling that sense of “Duty, Honor and Service”

Life after Service

When veterans come back from the military, they have some options: try to slip back into life as they knew it before, or find groups

Gulf War syndrome and the burn pits

Since the last Veterans Corner article dealing with Agent Orange, I have had quite a few inquiries from veterans and their relatives, about “what is