The center travels the state, making stops at many towns and cities, allowing veterans to check in and ask questions about veteran affairs and other issues that concern them without having to go to a distant VA hospital or service center far away.
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife offers free park entrance to active-duty military and veterans during the month of August as a result of House Bill 15-1045, signed into law May 27, 2015. Related
RBC I In 2005, Freedom Alliance founder Lt. Col. Oliver North stated during a TV segment of Hannity & Colmes that Ramadi, Iraq, was “one of the most violent places on the planet.” Ramadi is […]
By Doc Watson Special to the Herald Times MEEKER | In part 1 of this story last week, we began our look at a different kind of “Renaissance Man,” one who is just as significant […]