The P.H.A.R.M. Dog USA program was founded to help farmers or farm family members with a disability or disease, stay active on the farm.
The increasingly rare opportunity to speak with a World War II veteran presented itself in the form of Joe Beretta from Lexington.
One military family speaks about the struggles they faced, as well as the help and support they received from family, friends, and the Defense Centers of Excellence
Volunteers and donations are still needed for National Day of Wreath Laying at the grave sites of veterans in our area.
More than 62 years later, one Army Ranger veteran recalls the grizzly scenes and chaotic environment many soldiers were subjected to on a daily basis.
Assistance is provided for disabled and other veterans with integration into the workforce.
The report pertaining to the John Cochran facility in St. Louis indicated possible fraud.
An Outreach Program in Livingston County aims to find work for veterans in the area.