HAPPY VALLEY, Oregon – On May 1, the City of Happy Valley was awarded a Veterans and War Memorial Grant from the Oregon Parks and
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Grants awarded for veterans and war memorials projects throughout the state
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department awarded five grants totaling $150,000 for projects across the state that create or preserve memorials to veterans or wars. Awards
As supporters of a Pendleton veterans memorial begin to assemble a … The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department announced Wednesday that it …
It’s been more than two years since the Veterans of Foreign Wars Let ‘er … Sites include several areas around the Eastern Oregon Regional Airport, …
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall damaged by winds in Florence …. The structure is owned by Oregon Coast Community Action as a part of their …
It was Pruitt’s idea to petition for the memorial wall to visit Florence. … Lacking a welcome home from the war seems to be a
A $15 million memorial honoring Native American and Alaskan Native military members and veterans is set to open next year in Washington.
Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial replica arrives Tuesday …. and Communications for the fund, said she is pleased the wall is coming back to Oregon.
Taya Kyle will give the keynote address at the Memorial Day ribbon-cutting event Monday, May 27
Van Vlack, a Vietnam and Iraqi Freedom veteran who served 30 years in the Oregon Army National Guard, said the monuments will honor both the …
The city and community are working to bring the first veterans memorial park to the area.
The aging memorial honoring all Crook County veterans had quit working and was replaced with a flickering light bulb before leaders of the county maintenance