Regional Veterans News 4/2/10

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Regional stories today from: Dickinson, Murphysboro, Illinois,, North Dakota, Las Cruces, New Mexico, La Salle, Illinois, Painesville, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois, Coatesville, Pennsylvania, and Evanston, Illinois.

  • Painesville, Ohio Imitation NOT always flattering
  • Dickinson, North Dakota Veteran’s care up in the air
  • Las Cruces, New Mexico Veterans’ needs on the increase
  • La Salle, Illinois La Salle Veterans Home population edging up
  • Grand Forks, North Dakota Honor Flights linger on for veterans
  • Cedar City, Utah Veterans’ nursing home discussed with Gov. Herbert
  • Evanston, Illinois Snell Post Ladies Auxiliary reviews veterans services
  • Chicago, Illinois Female vets fall through the cracks, miss out on services
  • Murphysboro, Illinois Flags taken from American Legion Veterans Memorial
  • Sioux City, Iowa Woodbury County Commission of Veteran Affairs has new location
  • Chillicothe, Ohio Senator learns more about homelessness, mental health of veterans
  • Coatesville, Pennsylvania Congressman secures $1.3 mil for homeless Delaware Valley vets

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