A DNA analysis, chest X-ray and dental records revealed the identity of an area man who went MIA just a few months after turning 18.
Since 2015, Ray Chavez was an invited guest at the White House, at numerous commemorative events in California and Hawaii and a frequent local parade grand marshal.
“It’s kinda overwhelming that we are honored like this.”
Several Monroeville-area vets received Quilts of Honor.
Roots in Revolutionary War.
“When I retired, I was in full-time civilian law enforcement 49 years.”
Retired U.S. Army Col. Daniel Barnett, a 1982 Willard High School graduate, was the featured speaker.
Norwalk resident Bob Germond served from November 1957 through May 1962.
Mysteries of history being uncovered by local Daughters of the American Revolution chapter.
Staff writer Cary Ashby shares highlights of “jam-packed three days” touring D.C. area
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary station recognized for making a difference in recreational boating safety by raising awareness about the dangers of boating under the influence and by removing impaired operators from the nation’s waterways.
Program will be at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 7 in the Robert L. Haas gymnasium.
Brad Taggart served in the U.S. Army while his father was in the U.S. Navy.
Local students participated in the three-day trip which featured more than 30 area veterans and their spouses or family members.
Woman learns soldier listed as MIA during Vietnam War “ejected out of his plane.”