Along a brick wall in the radiology department hallway in Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center Building 1, sit the black-and-white portraits of 46 women veterans
John Anderson once flew and fixed planes serving his country in the U.S. military. Now retired, he flies radio-controlled aircraft for fun.
Hundreds of veterans and their families attended the annual Southern Oregon Stand-Down Wednesday, an annual event that sets vets up with …
WHITE CITY, Ore. — Veterans and staff of the VA SORCC came together to celebrate…
“Lodestar,” a short documentary film by SOU graduate student and Army Ranger veteran Paul Kirby, has a busy schedule on the film festival circuit. It
COOS COUNTY, Ore. – The National Veteran Organization, Tribute to the Troops, makes its way to the south coast for the weekend. Over 100 motorcycles
Just in Oregon, servicemembers, veterans, and spouses have reported more than 80 scams with an estimated $22,000 lost in the last year.
People have known about the benefits of visiting the ocean since long before there was even language for the idea of “tourism.” U.S. Army veteran
An art exhibit featuring women veteran employees of the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center will hold its grand opening at the end of July.
EUGENE, Ore. — There’s new hope for a Eugene veteran who’s been fighting Veterans Affairs for years to pay for a life-saving surgery.
A local veteran hopes his story of success will inspire other veterans who might be at a low point in life.
LaGrande, Ore. – The last original member of the Oregon Air National Guard died over the weekend. In April 1941, Fred Parish enlisted—along with 117