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Under veterans' watchful eye, state breaks ground on $80. – The Wisconsin Veterans Home is calling the skilled nursing facility the biggest transformation to its campus in its 130 years. gov. Tony Evers helped break ground on a new $80 million, 192-bed skilled nursing facility on the King campus. "We have to honor the service that they did, and this is one way of doing it," Evers said.

WJFW – Under veterans’ watchful eye, state breaks ground on $80 million skilled nursing facility at King Veterans Home Governor McAuliffe visits Virginia Beach in honor of new care center for veterans.. state-of-the-art facility will be built in Virginia Beach on a 26-acre site near the intersection of Nimmo.

CLARK COUNTY, NV (KXNT) – It’s a stretch of highway in the valley that could really use more safety. Now it has it. The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) this week finished $1.5 million in pedestrian safety upgrades along a 14-mile-stretch of Boulder Highway (State Route 582) in Clark County.

Coasties, agencies honored at Chamber Military Affairs Committee luncheon The Chamber’s Veteran Honor Roll program, led by the Defense, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee, recognizes businesses who hire veterans, military spouses, National Guard and reservists. Click here for more information on the program. Another initiative the Chamber is proud to be a part of is the City of San Diego’s Coast Guard City.Veterans a focus of Homeless Coalition efforts breathing by-name list in the early months of 2014 gave the laser focus of coordinating around clients and. and outreach efforts to Veterans newly experiencing or returning to homelessness.. (actual) 294 homeless (actual) 165 homeless (actual) the coalition of VA 193 homeless 1500 housed (actual) 1000 housed 1200 housed to achieve 1400.KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions Veterans a focus of Homeless Coalition efforts breathing by-name list in the early months of 2014 gave the laser focus of coordinating around clients and. and outreach efforts to Veterans newly experiencing or returning to homelessness.. (actual) 294 homeless (actual) 165 homeless (actual) the coalition of VA 193 homeless 1500 housed (actual) 1000 housed 1200 housed to achieve 1400.For several months, KARE 11’s continuing investigation – A Pattern of Denial – has exposed how veterans are being saddled with medical debt they should not owe, some of it even turned over.

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Oregon's new director of veterans' affairs VA hospitals rolling out program that helps veterans. – WJFW – Under veterans’ watchful eye, state breaks ground on $80 million skilled nursing facility at King Veterans Home Walker is also requesting $2.6 million over the next two fiscal years for operational improvements and equipment costs at all three of the state’s veterans homes, including funding for resident and security maintenance.