You know our military veterans have some interesting stories to tell and those hidden gems won't come to light unless we ask. I fired five quick questions at my dad about his service and was surprised by what I found out.
There are lots of challenging things about military service, but one of the hardest things might be transitioning back to civilian life after it's over. There's an Idaho group helping dozens of families make that transition as smooth as possible.
Clair Kilton served in the military in the 1940's, and had been selected to serve as one of four Grand Marshal's at the Boise Veteran's Day Parade on Saturday, but he passed away just a few days before he got the chance
Friday (11/11) is Veteran's Day, a day to remember all who have served or are serving in our armed forces. I have two sons who are currently serving. I am so happy so many places honor our vets and current military by offering free food and beverages. Below is a large list of some of those places.
Maybe you've seen a few green lights around the Treasure Valley this week.
At work, on the front porch, and on college campuses, people are replacing white lights with green bulbs to show support for veterans. And it's easy to become part of the movement.