Veterans group and businesses contribute to effort to fell tree and protect historical landmarks.
Patrick Harden, who is a member of the local Band of Brothers, joins 19 other active members in the Crook County Honor Guard to pay
ROSEBURG, Ore. — A Roseburg nonprofit is making sure local veterans get out and enjoy the outdoors next year, in an effort to help improve
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — At the Central Oregon Veterans Ranch north of Bend, vets have been using horticulture for the past few months as a way of
Oregon National Guard Continues Return Home From Second Largest Mobilization of Oregon Troops Since WWII
SALEM, Ore. – More than 200 Oregon Army National Guard Citizen-Soldiers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 162nd Infantry Regiment, headquartered out of Springfield and Gresham, and part
The future of the annual Portland Veterans Day Parade is in doubt.
Planes, boats and eventually prisoners of wars were once the focus of Central Oregon veteran Robert Tyler. Fresh out of college, the Sacramento native enlisted
NORTH BEND — A handful of local veterans organizations received a boost this fall after donations from the annual UTV Takeover event, held in at
BEND, OR — Bend Heroes Foundation has announced the City of Bend has approved the Emergency Shelter Application for the Veterans Village project. The site
They’ve had one goal since the pandemic began: Protect gramps. He survived the Dust Bowl, The Great Depression, Pearl Harbor and World War II. And
It is the holiday season, and temperatures have dropped in concert with the heavy clouds carrying rain across the cascade region. The stereotype of cold,
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — Central Oregon Veterans Outreach (COVO) received $5,000 Thursday as part of Bend’s first Hero grant from Graham for Heroes, a local