Students and veterans will be welcomed to the Southern Oregon Trade Careers Expo on Sept. 28 at 7 Feathers Casino Resort.
ELKTON — Vietnam veteran Charles Schultz’s face will be up on the big screen as he’s introduced to the crowd at the Sept. 18 University of Oregon Ducks football game against the Stony Brook University Seawolves.
The 20-year war in Afghanistan was brought to a close this week, and that’s brought up some issues for veteran patients of multiple past wars.
American Legion National Commander James W. “Bill” Oxford assured local veterans Thursday that the American Legion will continue to advocate for expansion of services at the Roseburg VA Medical Center.
Veterans who received their COVID-19 vaccinations at the Roseburg VA Medical Center will need to register online if they want to be entered into the state’s $1 million lottery.
Volunteers are already beginning to plan for the Nov. 11 Veterans Day Parade and Dec. 18 Wreaths Across America wreath-laying.
Department of Veterans Affairs documents received by The News-Review this week confirm that it was former Roseburg VA Chief of Surgery Dinesh Ranjan whose Equal Employment Opportunity case led to the early retirement of former Roseburg VA Director David Whitmer last week.
Flags adorned the graves at the Roseburg National Cemetery and groups gathered under blue skies across the county this weekend to honor those who died serving their country.
The Roseburg VA Medical Center will close its medical unit this month. In its place, the hospital will add beds for hospice patients.
About a dozen local volunteers, including students from Fremont Middle School’s Future Business Leaders of America, worked Saturday on beautifying the butterfly garden at Stewart Park in Roseburg.
Longtime businessman, state legislator and World War II veteran Bill Markham will be remembered as a man of service to his family and community.
Bagpipes, an honor guard, a 21-gun salute and a wreath honoring the fallen were among the tributes offered on National Vietnam War Veterans Day Monday in Roseburg.
A World War II veteran from Roseburg celebrated his 100th birthday in style Thursday, complete with beer and pizza from his favorite spot.
Wreaths once again adorn the graves of veterans at the Roseburg National Cemetery on Harvard Avenue and Roseburg National Cemetery Annex next to the Roseburg VA Medical Center. But this year, the annual wreath-laying ceremony has been canceled due to COVID-19.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2468 will hold its Operation Homefront toy giveaway for children of veterans this week.
Source One Serenity, a nonprofit for veterans, will hold a community meeting online at 5 p.m. Nov. 24 to talk about its worm farm recycling program.
The Roseburg Veterans Affairs Healthcare System has opened a new waiting room just for women veterans at its Eugene clinic.
Miguel Ramirez saw joining the Marines as his only way out of poverty, but the lessons he learned and the camaraderie he felt continue to impact his life today.
Pandemic and cold weather aside, the people who put together a smaller number of Douglas County Veterans Day Parade entries this year were rewarded by a warm welcome from spectators driving through.
As new COVID-19 cases in Douglas County continued to climb at an alarming rate Tuesday, community health leaders gathered for a press conference to discuss the preparations they’ve made in case of a continued surge, and to urge members of the public to take safety precautions.
If you ask David Ewart when his love affair with art began, he will tell you the same thing his mom told him: he came out of the womb drawing.
As the C-140’s rear landing ramp lowered down to the steel flight-line deck, the NCOIC (Non-commissioned Officer In-charge) hollered out to stay near the Da Nang Air Terminal. In my mind, I really didn’t want to get lost in an area that I had never been before, especially in a war torn count…
Every year, Douglas County residents honor area veterans with a parade on Veterans Day.
As an Air Force man during the Vietnam War, Roger Arnold didn’t spend much time on the ground.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The columns of Bill Duncan are being reprinted in The News-Review. Duncan, who died in November 2011, wrote a weekly column for The News-Review and The Capital Press of Salem from 1981 to 2011. Duncan wrote the following column in June 2007. His thoughts are still pertinent to today.
A drive-thru flu shot clinic is being offered to veterans from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day this week through Friday.
The Douglas County Veterans Day Parade will look a bit different this year, due to the need to protect veterans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, visited Frank and Jeanne Moore on Saturday to present them with one of the items they lost when the Archie Creek Fire burned their Idleyld Park home to the ground.