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Over in a quiet, roomy office upstairs at the Plumas County Veterans Service Office in the courthouse annex near Feather River College...
Daemen College has received a $10,000 grant from America’s Warrior Partnership Community Integration to support the college’s services and programs for student veterans.
The recent decision to nearly double the pay of Greene County veterans service commissioners highlights a long-standing disparity among county veterans agencies, how they operate and how much they aid veterans.
On a recent afternoon, students at a University of Illinois residence planned a small celebration, before everyone scattered for the Thanksgiving break.
About one-third of veterans who take advantage of the education benefits offered by the Veterans Affairs Department eventually drop out of college or other training certificate program, often overwhelmed by the challenges faced in transitioning from service member to student.
Hamilton County has hired its first-ever veteran services officer to assist the county's vets with benefit claims and other needs.
Army Cpl. Tyler Wilson was 20 years old when he was hit in a firefight in Afghanistan and paralyzed from the waist down.
The Town of Huntington held its first Veterans Services Day last week to help veterans learn about and take advantages of services available to them.
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After a winding legislative process, city veterans will for the first time have a dedicated agency to rely on, with the official launch on Friday of the Department of Veterans’ Services.
There is a new push to find New Mexico's veterans living in rural areas who may be in need of help.
Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services looks to veterans so they can continue striving towards achieving their vision of being nationally recognized as the best by other state governments across the nation.