The Department of Veterans Affairs this week released guidance on what functions will continue.
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(Colorado Newsline) For some people, Memorial Day means the start of summer, a long weekend to kick back, relax and enjoy the lake or a steak. For others, it is a time to remember veterans who gave their lives for the country.
Each service member, living and dead, means something to their communities, families and fellow service members.
World War II Navy veteran, centenarian, and Eads-area resident Orville Mousel was honored with a small ceremony at his home Saturday.
Colorado voters will decide on a constitutional amendment in 2024 that would expand the homestead property tax exemption for veterans with service-related disabilities.
While National Medal of Honor Month is ending, plans to develop a museum and monument for the award are continuing.
More than a dozen of the 65 recipients alive today are in Washington D.C. to discuss a planned Medal of Honor museum in Texas and monument in the nation's capital.
Groups are backing a plan to study if medical cannabis could help veterans.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators is introducing a bill to stop companies from charging veterans for help with disability benefits.
American Legion Post #125 held their annual meeting and dinner at the Kiowa County Community Building in Eads Veterans Day, November 11.
Commander Dan Richards opened the meeting after the dinner. Minutes of the previous meeting and financial report was given and approved by the Legion members.
There is a deep history to veterans' peace advocacy.