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    Editorial: Honor Our Local Veterans At Henry Mayo Hospital

    Dr. Gene Dorio of the KHTS AM-1220 "Senior Hour" reminds local residents of the heroes working close to home at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, veterans who served in the Vietnam War, but who often don't talk about their experiences.

    Vietnam Veterans From Henry Mayo Hospital Recall Wartime Service

    Bill Sickler, Doug Gadowski, John Cocco, George Charnock, Allen Karz, Karl Stein, Sum Tran and Art Vatz are only some of the doctors/nurses at Henry Mayo Hospital who served in Vietnam. They will be honored at the Traveling Vietnam Wall this weekend.

    American Legion Riders To Escort Vietnam Wall From Acton To SCV

    The American Legion Riders and the Patriot Guard Riders of American Legion Post 507 in Newhall, will be escorting the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall as it comes into Santa Clarita, ensuring that those who died receive a hero's welcome.

    Local Officials, Veterans Lined Up To Speak At Vietnam Wall Next Week

    The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall is coming into the Santa Clarita Valley Wednesday afternoon, and will open to the public on Thursday. Several local officials and veterans from all walks of life will be speaking and honoring the fallen.

    Mayor Bob Kellar Hopes For Large Community Turnout At Vietnam Wall

    Mayor Bob Kellar, along with Assemblyman Scott Wilk and veteran Bill Reynolds, will be speaking at the opening ceremonies of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall on Sept. 26. Kellar sees it as a way to thank local Vietnam veterans.

    SCV Vietnam Veteran To Speak At Vietnam Memorial Wall Opening Night

    Bill Reynolds, one of several local Vietnam veterans profiled in recent book "The Boys of '67," will speak during the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall opening ceremonies on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m.

    Department Of Veterans Affairs Support Veterans By Hosting Health Events

    The Department of Veterans Affairs is mobilizing people and organizations across the nation to support Veterans who are in crisis and to spread the word about Veterans Affairs mental health services. The Department of Veterans Affairs is doing this in recognition of September being Suicide Prevention Month.

    Volunteers Needed For Continuous Reading Of Names At Vietnam Wall

    The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall comes to the Santa Clarita Valley this September. As part of the event, boy scouts and community volunteers will read the 58,238 names continuously, in 30 minute shifts. Learn how you can participate.

    Essay Contest, Volunteer Opportunities Available For Vietnam Memorial Wall

    In anticipation of The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall’s arrival in Santa Clarita, the city prepared an essay contest for fourth through sixth graders as well as volunteer opportunities for residents of all ages.