Veteran are facing a deadly risk that has nothing to do with war or conflict: the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
American Legion Post #125 held their annual supper for all veterans Monday night, November 11, at the Kiowa County Community Building in Eads.
Veterans of past wars have long been at the forefront of peach advocacy in the United States.
More health care workers are needed to work in Veterans Administration hospitals across the country.
Over the past 100 years, religious diversity has been embrassed by the U.S. military chaplain corps.
Clinic empowers veterans to move past perceived limitation and their own potential.
Saturday evening, American Legion Post #125 held their annual supper to thank all Veterans for their service to our country.
Forty-four veterans, spouses and guests attended the supper from Eads, Sheridan Lake, Towner, Kit Carson, Cheyenne Wells and La Junta.
The message from the Department of Veterans Affairs to the friends and families of Veterans during Suicide Prevention Month is simple: Be There.
"We know that in 2014, an average of 20 Veterans a day died in this country from suicide, which is 20 too many," said VA Secretary David J. Shulkin. "This is a national public health crisis requiring a national public health approach. When it comes to preventing Veteran suicide, VA can't - and should not - do this alone."