“America owes our veterans a debt of gratitude that can never be repaid. But we can make sure veterans have the full support of the federal government, especially now that we’re faced with the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Luján.
Make sure to have your application(s) completed by 5:00 p.m. on March 18.
Udall Meets With VA Sec. Wilkie Regarding Help For Veterans Exposed To Burn Pits, NM VA Health Care System
Photo of last year’s Stand Down. Photo by Valley Daily Post Attention Veterans! Veterans Stand Down This Friday Are you or your family homeless or at risk of becoming homeless? Come out to the Espanola Veterans Outreach on Friday, Dec. 9 at the Northern New Mexico College, NNMC Eagle Gymnasium, 921 N. Paseo de Onate, […]
On Aug. 11 the Indian Health Services office will jointly host a veteran’s benefits fair at the Wild Horse Casino & Event Center in Dulce.
This will be the second time that veterans services providers have come together to host a fair specifically targeted to bring services to Native American veterans of northern New Mexico veterans in the area…
Members of the Santa Fe DAV chapter, the America Legion and the EVHS Army ROTC present the colors at the Memorial Day commemoration Monday at 11 a.m. Valley Daily Post photo Memorial Day Commemoration At Plaza De Española By Robert A. Naranjo The Veteran’s Memorial Wall Commission put on a fine Memorial Day Commemoration , […]
Not Forgotten Outreach brings Military Families together from all over the US for an experience filled with fun activities on & off the Ski Mountains. Making each family feel special and giving them an opportunity to share their feelings about losing something. Hit the slopes January 19-24 for a guaranteed good time with loved ones and friends surrounding you.