Veterans safely gather for Gresham Memorial Day ceremonies across the community
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To mark the 75th anniversary of the close of World War II, public celebrations in Happy Valley, Gladstone and Oregon City were scheduled this spring
This is an operational update on VA Portland Health Care System from the Director as of May 19, 2020, with helpful information for our Veterans
Portland State’s Veterans Resource Center (VRC) hosted its first student peer presentation with a “peek into virology.” The event took place virtually via Zoom on
When the homemade mask craze hit a few weeks ago, with volunteers churning out dozens of cloth masks for local senior care facilities, food banks,
Oregon’s Air National Guard will salute local health care providers with a Friday morning, May 8, flyover by F-15 Eagle fighter jets. Oregon’s 142nd Wing
Read the latest from VA Portland in the May 2020 Veterans Connection Newsletter; Director’s message, new masking policy; VA Portland Waging War on Hepatitis C;
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.
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
Members of the Tualatin Valley Quilting Guild meet in King City parking lot to donate 315 face masks to the Portland VAMC.
This week’s Oregon Lives podcast is about death. But really, it’s about the living. In November, Tom Hallman and I went to a military funeral
It takes everyone’s diligent effort to do what we can to beat this virus. Please, help your fellow Veterans, those at risk, and your loved