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Ground broken for Colorado Freedom Memorial

SUN Columnist After 12 years of fund-raising, research and planning, the Colorado Freedom Memorial finally broke ground Saturday. More than a hundred people, including veterans, community members and families of…

VA grants will improve health care access for women veterans

The Department of Veterans Affairs recently awarded 33 grants to VA facilities for projects that will improve emergency health care services for women veterans, expand women’s health education programs for…

Costs for disabled veterans on the rise

By Raymond Taylor SUN Columnist What the nation owes each year to veterans who are disabled during service has more than doubled since 2000, rising from $14.8 billion to $39.4…

Veterans for Veterans plan Chilly Chili Potluck

By Charlotte Ann Jones Special to The SUN As the new year begins, new goals and projects begin, and so it is with Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County. Besides…

Veterans: Learn about VA Health Care Benefits

SUN Columnist VA operates the nation’s largest integrated health care system with more than 1,500 sites of care, including hospitals, community clinics, community living centers, domiciliaries, readjustment counseling centers, and…

VA fills first phase of Veterans Retraining Program

SUN Columnist The Department of Veterans Affairs has approved applications for all 45,000 slots available in fiscal year (FY) 2012 under the successful Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) and is…

A holiday message from the Secretary of Veterans Affairs

SUN Columnist Remarks by Secretary Eric K. Shinseki: “During this special Holiday Season — this season of giving and of sharing; this holy season of worship; this season of thanksgiving…

Wreaths Across America Ceremony draws thousands of participants

“When I thought of how I was going to thank all the people responsible for making this day a success, I felt it was like trying to thank all 40,000…

VA seeks to expand TBI benefits

SUN Columnist The Department of Veterans Affairs is publishing a proposed regulation in the Federal Register that would change its rules to add five diagnosable illnesses which are secondary to…

Million Veteran Program enrolls 100,000th volunteer

SUN Columnist The Department of Veterans Affairs Million Veteran Program (MVP) recently enrolled its 100,000th volunteer research participant, and now stands at more than 110,000 enrollees, marking a major milestone…