One out of every seven Central Oregonians is a veteran. In our weekly War Stories we will introduce you to the story of a Central Oregon war veteran, some who made it back from war and some who didn’t.
Tonight, we introduce you to the story of Lyle Hicks, a Vietnam War veteran best known around town as the owner of Jake’s Diner.
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Political statements from professional athletes are nothing new. From Muhammad Ali’s refusal to enter the Vietnam War, to the two Olympic runners who raised their fists in the Black Power salute on the medal stand at the 1968 Olympics, athletes have used their high-profile positions to take a stand about causes important to them. The beloved baseball pioneer and Civil Rights activist Jackie Robinson refused to stand during the national anthem during his playing days, saying he didn’t support what the American flag stood for. Tonight, NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is under fire for taking that same stand. Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan looks at how everyone from veterans, to law enforcement, are reacting to Kaepernick’s actions.
AUG 30, 2016
Three guests, good food, and a glass of wine. That’s the recipe for a good conversation in our weekly Supper Club series. This week, join Pamela Hulse Andrews, Greg Fischer, and Kyle Frick as they discuss the latest housing boom now happening in Madras and Prineville, why some local businesses are having trouble filling job vacancies, and the needs of the many versus the needs of the few when it comes to the City of Bend’s latest Urban Growth Boundary proposal.
One out of every seven Central Oregonians is a veteran. In our weekly “War Stories” series, we introduce you to the story of Central Oregon war veterans, some who made it back from their war and some who didn’t. This week, we introduce you to the story of a World War II veteran from LaPine named Bob Shotwell