MEDFORD, Ore. – A local World War Two Veteran passed away on New Years Day. His story became known when the U.S. Marine Corps petitioned
If you disagree with the initial decision VA made on your claim and decide to appeal the decision to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (Board),
In May, VA resumed in-person disability compensation and pension (C&P) medical exams performed by VA contractors. As of December 31, 2020, the available C&P exam
If you are a military person who has spent time deployed into a war zone, I am sure your chance of self-medicating the stressful combat
It can be hard to begin making new changes in life. Adjusting to life’s challenges can be stressful at any point in your life, even
In January 1991, members from all five military branches joined a coalition to push out Saddam Hussein’s forces from Kuwait for Operation Desert Storm. During
WHITE CITY, Ore. – The White City VA Rehabilitation Center & Clinics, also known as SORCC, spent last week distributing the Moderna covid-19 vaccine to
VA is working to help Veterans and their families maintain safe housing while the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact their economic stability. VA resources have
Josh Thorner gave $1,000 to Post 180 to fund holiday gifts, Christmas dinners for families in need.
A new community of transitional emergency shelters for homeless veterans along the lines of tiny homes is soon to be built in Deschutes County. It’s
LA GRANDE — Veterans, including those served by the La Grande VA Clinic, will be among the first in Northeast Oregon to receive the COVID-19
LANE COUNTY, Ore. — One way to honor our fallen veterans is providing them with Christmas wreaths at their gravesite throughout Oregon and the country.