Anaconda's third ‘Stand Down’ lends assisting palm to internal vets

April 28, 2013

For some of a veterans, it’s been years given they’ve hold an Army-green duffle bag. But during a American Legion’s Stand Down eventuality in Anaconda Saturday, late troops group and women toted newly released bags, that they filled with government-issued goods, like garments and blankets— for free. By 8:45 a.m., a line outward Anaconda’s Armory […]

Fairbanks dentist helps respect Nisei soldiers

January 1, 2012

The day Pearl Harbor was bombed, Dec. 7, 1941, Brian Yamamoto’s father, Edward, was attending a University of Southern California on a ball scholarship. Born and lifted in Los Angeles, a college tyro was as astounded as a rest of America about a Japanese conflict on a U.S. naval bottom in Hawaii. “He was personification […]