• JOHN MCDONALD
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day will be held Friday, Sept. 15. The National League of POW/MIA Families notes that “the annual event honors our missing service members and their families, and highlights the government’s commitment to account for them.” Local POW/MIA events are held around th…

  • CRAIG REED The News-Review
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OAKLAND — For a couple of days, Tammy Smith was happy to be home in Oakland, visiting her father, a few friends and the community. She was all smiles in her role as grand marshal of Oakland’s Fourth of July parade Tuesday morning, waving to the spectators along the route that started at the …

  • John McDonald
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Organizers for the first Ride for 22 Veteran Suicide Awareness 5k are holding a series of events leading up to the 5k on July 15. The 5k serves as a way to increase public knowledge and raise awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder. Money raised at the events, and the 5k, will stay local…

  • JOHN MCDONALD For The News-Review
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A Roseburg VA Town Hall Meeting will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. June 13 at the Roseburg VA Medical Center, in the auditorium in Building 16. Town halls are an opportunity for local veterans, their families and supporters to ask questions, get information and be kept updated on the most recent …

  • JOHN MCDONALD For The News-Review
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The Roseburg National Guard Armory will be holding an open house Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will feature military vehicles and equipment, tours of the armory and an opportunity to meet members of Charlie Company.

  • JOHN MCDONALD Vets Viewpoint
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In my last column I gave a broad overview of some of the events being held this year. I should have mentioned that the information was subject to change because (you guessed it) some of the information changed. As you read this column, please pay special attention to the dates and times for …

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When Russ Broyles of Glide was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and overwhelming memories of war, an English lab named Dawn Marie became his lifeline.