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Representative Jackie Walorski stopped in St. Joseph County Tuesday to visit four different veteran owned businesses.
Officials in a newly formed organization with aims to expand military presence in Miami County and increase Department of Defense contracts across the region recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to promote the area.
Imagine you've finally taken steps to end a difficult, possibly even violent, marriage. You have two young children, and in addition to the angry exchanges over dividing money and possessions, you're also fighting each other for custody.
A recently released report investigating the quality of care a veteran received at a Goshen clinic showed Michiana is not exempt from the deplorable state of veteran services that’s been receiving national attention in recent years.
The manager at Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center who sent an email mocking veteran suicides, had her social work license temporarily suspended today.
The Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Board today suspended the license of Robin Paul for 90 days pending the outcome of an ongoing investigation by the Indiana Attorney General’s Office.
Last week, representatives of a newly formed group called the Grissom Regional Defense Alliance traveled to Washington, D.C., with a simple message for elected officials and other government bigwigs: Grissom is primed, pumped and ready to grow.