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
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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
When Morris Portin was born, Woodrow Wilson was president and everyone who knew their onions was cutting a rug to Ben Selvin’s Orchestra’s hit “Dardanella.”
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
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
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
BEAVERTON, Ore. — A 99-year-old Beaverton man who served in WWII received some well-deserved recognition on Thursday.
The location for a memorial honoring veterans in Tualatin has been narrowed down to eight sites owned by the city government. The sites were announced
It was a powerful and moving occasion outside the Canby Adult Center and in the Ackerman gym Saturday morning as the Canby-Aurora VFW Post 6057
Dozens of veterans in Columbia County received special recognition and a little love on Valentine’s Day from area students and community volunteers. The nonprofit senior