In Virginia, forgiveness is embedded in history (Gene Lyons)
On Monday, Wasco County will pay respects to the men and women who have served in our armed forces with several events, including a parade through the downtown blocks at 11 a.m. that will be followed by a potluck at the Oregon Veterans’ Home. To commemorate the end of the Great War, the Chronicle staff decided to list some of the most interesting facts.
To the editor: Veterans of all 20th and 21st century wars deserve accessible and quality health care that we were promised when we signed up to serve our country. As a Wasco County disabled Vietnam veteran and clinical social worker, I have been counseling veterans for the last 30 years at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and in private practice.
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