For this War Stories segment, producer Cody Rheault gives us a look at Lewis Hollander’s service with the U.S. military, testing some of the military’s
Milwaukie American Legion Post 180, city officials and Daughters of the American Revolution are planning to rededicate the Vietnam War Commemorative Monument at Scott Park
On Feb. 7, the Housing Stability Council approved funding award to Northwest Coastal Housing (NWCH) for Veteran and Workforce housing development in Toledo.
Columbia Cares, a nonprofit that helps local veterans, has been officially approved to expand their housing project between Columbus and Stewart. When finished, two buildings
Central Oregon’s Sportsmen’s Show comes to Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center in Redmond the week of March 12-15. Representing Crook County Veteran’s Services, veteran
KLAMATH FALLS — Klamath Community College is pleased to announce it has been recognized as a Military Friendly school for the 2020-21 academic year.
Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) is excited to announce funding awards of $15,989,698 to build 435 affordable rental homes in communities across the state.
What was it like to be a child during WWII? One fourth grade class set to find out. Mary Neerhout, a fourth grade teacher at
MEDFORD, Ore. – Two communities in southern Oregon will receive state funding to build affordable housing for veterans and people with mental illness. Oregon Housing
May 6, the inaugural Honor Flight of Central Oregon will leave Redmond airport with up to 25 World War II and Korean War veterans for
Walter Ghant, the new Veteran’s Resource Center director at Portland State, wants to bring fresh ideas and inclusivity to the VRC. A United States Air
POLK COUNTY — Veterans will be the focus of a new collaborative program through Polk County’s Family and Community Outreach Program. Modeled after service integration