EUGENE, Ore. – The Eugene Standdown happens every year to help get homeless veterans off the streets, and provide them with the services they need.
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CRESWELL – Local vets partook in an All-American pancake breakfast to celebrate receiving the VFW All American award again for 2018-19. Additionally, the Bloodworks Northwest
In five short years, the Edward C. Allworth Veterans‘ Home has become a cornerstone of life in Lebanon. Dignitaries from around the state gathered at
For the past sixteen years, Chinook Winds Casino Resort, owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, has spearheaded the Annual Celebration of
The Veterans Commemoration Association of Albany seeks nominations for the 2019 Veteran of the Year.
Samaritan Health Services has earned the 2020 Military Friendly Employer designation, marking the fourth straight year for the honor.
The Linn-Benton Housing Authority on Wednesday broke ground on a new 48-unit apartment complex in Lebanon which will serve low-income seniors and veterans.
The Lincoln County Veteran Service’s Office will resume Lincoln City outreach days at the Lincoln City WorkSource office above the Dollar Tree in Lighthouse square
Salem-Keizer Pickleball hosted its second annual pickleball tournament Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 24-25, at Highland Park in Salem. The event featured more than 85 players from Oregon
Oregon veterans ages 18-34 are at the highest risk for suicide. Lane County has the second-highest rate of veteran suicide of all Oregon counties.
AURORA, Ore. (KOIN) — Hundreds of veterans and their family members flew in vintage aircraft on Wednesday to celebrate the end of World War 2.
Due to a recent staff shortage, the Lincoln County VSO is forced to suspend all outreach days conducted at the Lincoln City Worksource Office until