Most people in the U.S. today pay little attention to drinking fountains. They’re as ubiquitous as political advertising during election season.
Among homeless Americans, one group can report some good news this holiday season—veterans. The number of homeless veterans is on the decline.
By Elizabeth Zach, RCAC Staff Writer Cascades East Family Medicine Center Klamath Falls, Oregon Many doctors have patients they never . . .
Lloyd Halverson dedicated 24 years of his life to the city of Camas, Washington. As its first city administrator, he secured grants, favored loans and even directed legislative appropriations.
My brother Joe spent a good two decades homeless on Sacramento’s streets in the 1980s and 90s, overnighting at the American River and pan-handling, getting arrested and jailed. We have the same parents, went to the same private schools and never wanted for anything growing up.