Regional Veterans News 3/14/10


Regional stories today from: Mount Clemens, Michigan, Frazier Park, California, Selma, Alabama, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, Augusta, Georgia, Farmington, New Mexico, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Knoxville, Tennessee, Chicago, Illinois, and Cedar City, Utah.

  • Fort Wayne, Indiana Battle-torn and in need of a home
  • Knoxville, Tennessee K-9 veteran dogs finally have their day
  • Denver, Colorado Denver programs helps homeless veterans
  • Frazier Park, California The dream: Plant a tree for each veteran
  • Farmington, New Mexico Transportation limits veterans from care
  • Augusta, Georgia ‘I’m not a hero,’ Iwo Jima veteran says 65 years later
  • Chicago, Illinois Veterans’ Channel Weighed for Cable Access Network
  • Cedar City, Utah Cedar City Mayor backs Veterans nursing home project
  • Montgomery, Alabama Purple Heart comes late for World War II veteran
  • Sheboygans, Wisconsin Richardson Hospice under contract with Veterans Affairs
  • Mount Clemens, Michigan Funding still needed for final vets’ trips to WW II Memorial


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