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Veterans can receive flu shots at the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center on a walk-in basis, beginning next month.

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The Roseburg Veterans Administration Medical Center will host a town hall for veterans and their families, as well as administration stakeholders, Sept. 27.

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On Sunday morning before sunrise, 38 Boy Scouts of Douglas County, Lookingglass Rural Fire Department Explorers and their leaders gathered at the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center grounds in Roseburg to set up hundreds of U.S. flags in honor of the victims and families affected by the…

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Army veteran Dirk Kruysman was remembered Wednesday as a “veteran’s veteran.” He was forever grateful to the country he credited with saving himself and his family during World War II, and devoted countless hours to assisting his fellow veterans as a way to give something back.

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Douglas County Veterans Forum founder Dirk Kruysman was remembered this week as a tireless advocate for veterans and a patriot who credited Americans with saving the country where he was born.

  • JOHN MCDONALD Vet’s ViewpointMonday, Sept. 5, is the closing day of the Oregon State Fair in Salem. The Labor Day highlight is free admission for all military personnel, veterans, first responders and their families.
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According to the fair’s website, admission is on the honor system, so no identification is required at the gate, which is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Parking is $5, cash only.

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The Veterans Appreciation Golf Tournament at Roseburg Country Club was well attended, with 33 four-player teams participating.

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Douglas County veterans will benefit from a golf tournament at the Roseburg Country Club this weekend and the proceeds will go to help those military vets in the community that are struggling to make ends meet.

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Tucked between the South Umpqua River and Old Highway 99 South sat a faded bush brown one story house, with pine needles and moss covering the roof — until Saturday, when a group of current military recruits lent a helping hand to a deserving Douglas County veteran.