Seven years ago, Cheri Stuller never imagined the knitting group she began would eventually become the fabric of a small community. Stuller leads a group
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What’s been going on at 2nd and Pacific in Tillamook? The former Blue Moon Café has had several tenants over the past year or so,
Because the wars and conflicts in the Middle East no longer receive the front page stories and round-the-clock coverage they once did, it can be
A longtime supporter of the Gresham Senior Center was honored alongside other veterans during a Quilts of Valor presentation Sunday afternoon, Nov. 24. Herschel Brown,
Though thousands of men made great contributions to fighting for our country in the 1940s, there were also many women who did their part while
A local veteran decided to pass along his good fortune to families of deployed National Guard members. Last spring, Gresham Ford donated a $500 gift
“The neighborhood surrounding Rocky Butte has points of beauty and brokenness,” began James Helm, Founder of Rocky Butte Coffee Roasters in a video created for the 2019 IMPACT Pitch
CLACKAMAS, OR (KPTV) – It’s been more than a year since a transitional housing project opened for veterans in Clackamas.
Vet finds a path to work and mental health through VA’s Vocational-Rehab program; Voc Rehab helps Veterans, including those with serious mental illnesses, overcome barriers
Her funeral home is part of the Dignity Memorial Homeless Veterans Program, a national organization that’s provided 1,700 funerals for veterans …
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PORTLAND, Ore. — While some people marked Monday’s Veterans Day holiday at the annual Veterans Day parade in Northeast Portland, Tim Gutshow came to a coffee shop