Purple Heart award, military boots and sword left near the wall at Foothills Park last week.
The new service serves all of Central Oregon, including Jefferson County veterans.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A woman in Grants Pass is hoping to honor her late husband, while advocating for change after his untimely death. “He
For some military veterans, their service comes with a host of challenges: post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and other forms of trauma. And it
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) registers and support high paying structured apprenticeship programs that combine on the job training and related classroom
A life-saving skill at a high rate of speed, which Jim Horsley calls, “pursuing absolutely excellence.” The Central Oregon Navy veteran first wanted to fly,
MEDFORD, Ore. — A nationally-known marine combat veteran visited Medford Sunday to speak to veterans at a church service and an outreach group. Chad Robichaux
“It’s just a matter of communicating with the veterans organizations or anyone who deals with veterans who might be needing it,” she said.
The Canby/Aurora VFW Post 6057 already faced significant challenges in holding its 76th anniversary remembrance ceremony of the flag raising at Iwo Jima — not
VA Portland Health Care System today flew 144 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to Redmond from Portland to get Veterans vaccinated at the Bend / Robert D.
Letters Bernard Brown wrote from overseas during WWII, to a girl back home who would eventually become his wife, have been compiled in “Dear Selma”
Individual tiny homes for 15 veterans with support for them. It may sound small, but it’s an extraordinary leap forward for this community’s efforts to