FREE CONCERT WEDNESDAY TO SALUTE VETERANS IN INDIO

A free concert to honor veterans will be held Wednesday, February 21, at the polo grounds in Indio. The Symphony Orchestra of California Baptist University will perform a patriotic salute to veterans in the Rose Garden of the Empire Polo Grounds. Enter on Monroe Street, south of Avenue 50. The

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DAV REPRESENTATIVE AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TODAY

Representatives from the Disabled American Veterans organization will be on the Copper Mountain College main campus tomorrow and every first and third Thursday of each month. Veterans who need assistance to file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs are urged to stop at the Office of Student services

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETS REPRESENTATIVES AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TOMORROW

Representatives from the Disabled American Veterans organization will be on the Copper Mountain College main campus tomorrow and every first and third Thursday of each month. Veterans who need assistance to file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs are urged to stop at the Office of Student services

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DAV REPRESENTATIVES AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TODAY

Representatives from the Disabled American Veterans organization will be on the Copper Mountain College main campus tomorrow and the first and third Thursday of each month. Veterans who need assistance to file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs are urged to stop at the Office of Student services

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TODAY

Representatives from the Disabled American Veterans organization will be on the Copper Mountain College main campus tomorrow and the first and third Thursday of each month. Veterans who need assistance to file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs are urged to stop at the Office of Student services

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LOCAL WORLD WAR II VETERANS SOUGHT FOR HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT

They’re called “The Greatest Generation.” But now the people who saved the world from fascism during World War II are dying off at the alarming rate of more than 600 per day. One young photographer hopes to preserve their legacy in a very visual way. Reporter David Haldane explains…

Before

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VETERANS TARGETED BY SCAMMERS

Scams aimed at veterans are on the increase, according to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. So postal inspectors are teaming up with the AARP’s Fraud Watch Network in a new campaign called “Operation Protect Veterans.” Reporter David Haldane explains… Are you a veteran who’s been targeted by scammers? According to

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BREAKFAST, TRIBUTE SET FOR VETERANS’ DAY IN TWENTYNINE PALMS

Twentynine Palms will mark Veterans’ Day this Saturday with a special tribute preceded by a community breakfast. The day begins with the Mojave Vipers Young Marine unit putting on a free Veterans Day breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints building at

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VETERAN’S ID CARD EVENT SET FOR NOVEMBER 14TH

This Saturday is set aside to honor veterans and active duty personnel. And what better way to do that than to help them secure the perks they’ve got coming. Reporter Mike Lipsitz explains how… Local veterans in need of a county identification card or other veteran’s services will want to

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“SALUTE TO VETERANS” MOTORCYCLE RUN THIS SATURDAY

Patriot Weekend begins this weekend. And in honor of disabled veterans from the Hi-Desert through Coachella Valley, motorcycle riders will join the “Salute to Veterans Run” from Palm Springs to ceremonies in Indian Wells on Saturday. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has more on how to participate…

The third annual group ride

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS OFFICER AT THE TWENTYNINE PALMS ELKS LODGE TOMORROW

The Disabled American Veterans will hold an information seminar on Veterans Administration benefits at the Twentynine Palms Elks Lodge. The free event, set for 9 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, October 6, is part of the DAV’s outreach program. Following the seminar, a DAV national service officer will be on-hand to provide

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS REP AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TOMORROW

Representatives from the Disabled American Veterans organization will be on the Copper Mountain College main campus tomorrow and the first and third Thursday of each month. Veterans who need assistance to file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs are urged to stop at the Office of Student services

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERAN’S AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TOMORROW

Representatives from the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization will be on the Copper Mountain College main campus tomorrow and the first and third Thursday of each month. Veterans who need assistance to file benefit claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs are urged to stop at the Office of Student

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DAV SERVICE OFFICER AT COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE TOMORROW

Morongo Basin veterans are invited to meet with a Disabled American Veterans service officer at Copper Mountain College. The service officer can help veterans file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs. The service officer will be available the first and third Thursday of each month from 10 a.m.

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VETERANS GET EXPANDED COLLEGE ASSISTANCE UNDER NEW GI BILL

Military veterans will get expanded college services under a bill co-sponsored by Representative Paul Cook and signed into law by Donald Trump earlier this week. The Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2017 removed the 15-year limit on using benefits of the GI Bill. The bill also includes

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS ASSISTANCE VAN IN YUCCA VALLEY TOMORROW

The Disabled American Veterans Mobile Service Office will be in Yucca Valley tomorrow to advise and help veterans with questions about their rights, benefits, and claims. This service is free of charge, even without a membership to DAV. The DAV Mobile Service Office program will be held on Friday, August

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DAV TO HOLD THIRD ANNUAL VETERANS SHOOTING COMPETITION

The Morongo Basin Chapter #60 of the Disabled American Veterans will hold its third air rifle shooting competition in Twentynine Palms October 7. Managing editor Tami Roleff sets her sights on when and where…

The Disabled American Veterans Morongo Basin Chapter #60 will hold its third air rifle shooting competition

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PALM SPRINGS VETERANS DAY PARADE SEEKING MILITARY PARTICIPANTS

The City of Palm Springs is seeking military participation in its 21st annual Veterans Day parade. The parade is set for Saturday, November 11, starting at 3:30 p.m. in downtown Palm Springs. Applications are due by October 20. The Palm Springs Veterans’ Day parade is one of 60 events nationwide

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HELP AVAILABLE FOR BENEFITS CLAIMS FOR DISABLED AMERICAN VETS

Morongo Basin veterans are invited to meet with a Disabled American Veterans service officer at Copper Mountain College. The service officer can help veterans file benefits claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs. The service officer will be available the first and third Thursday of each month from 10 a.m.

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CONGRESS EXTENDS VETERANS CHOICE PROGRAM

After a first attempt failed last week, the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday unanimously passed a $2.1 billion bipartisan bill to extend the Veterans Choice Program. Representative Paul Cook of Yucca Valley voted in favor of the measure, which allows veterans who live 40 miles or more from a

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