BANDON – The Bandon Veterans Memorial is on its way to becoming a reality. … to Roger Straus for writing our successful Oregon Parks and
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD)’s Veterans’ and War Memorials Grant Program was created and established to provide funding assistance to local governments for the construction and restoration of veterans’ and war memorials. The program will help honor Oregon’s soldiers and veterans by commemorating their service to the country.
The city of Astoria had hoped to finish the restoration of Uniontown’s Doughboy Monument a year ago, long before Sunday’s 100th anniversary of the end
New Vietnam War edifice in Boring Station Trailhead Park honors 41 Clackamas County veterans
U.S. troops stand in formation during a ceremony on Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan on Aug 28, 2018. Officials working on the Global War on Terror
Off Main Street in Jefferson, up Cemetery Hill Road, lies a truly beautiful, humbling, and most of all, powerful, place. The All Nations Native American
COQUILLE — Coos County Veteran Services is bringing the Traveling Vietnam Wall to Coos County. The Traveling Vietnam Wall is operated by the American Veterans
BANDON – The Bandon Veterans Memorial Committee has raised sufficient funds to begin breaking ground for the construction phase of the project.
WARRENTON — The new statue of a Vietnam War soldier, placed near a busy intersection in downtown Warrenton, is the result of a decadeslong effort
Coos County Veteran Services is pleased to announce A Celebration of Heroes. This event brings an 80% replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall to Coos
Monument honors 42 fallen Vietnam War veterans from across Clackamas County
Astoria landed more money to help repair a World War I monument damaged by a car crash last year. The Astoria Parks and Recreation Department