If you are not aware, one of the latest executive orders allows the military to recall members of the selective reserve and some former service
Spring cleaning took an explosive turn for one Portland homeowner who discovered a World II-era anti-tank munition while mucking out their basement, police said.
MEDFORD, Ore. — It was a happy birthday from 6 feet away. Social distancing didn’t stop this Medford family from coming together on Wednesday for
VA Portland Health Care System Hepatitis C team has cured thousands of Veterans of the disease in the Pacific NW. Read about the positive difference
BEND, OR — The Valor Foundation of Bend is teaming up with COVO, the Central Oregon Veterans Outreach, to help men and women who served
ASHLAND, Ore. — A World War II veteran celebrated his birthday from his front porch today as family and the community threw him a parade.
On Friday April 17, at approximately 4:30 p.m., an Otis resident called the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office to report finding a World War II era
In our weekly War Stories series, we introduce you to the stories of Central Oregon war veterans, some who made it back from their war
The Oregon National Guard on Monday finished up delivering PPE to all 36 counties, nine tribal nations and two tribal health agencies as part of
“An auspicious day,” is how we named our conversation around the coffee table at Veteran Advocates of Ore-Ida leading up to this article. For two
Members of the Tualatin Valley Quilting Guild meet in King City parking lot to donate 315 face masks to the Portland VAMC.
Fourth installment in Keizertimes series “A Mile in Their Boots.” This series focuses on the lives of Keizer veterans and active duty military. Are you