ROY, Utah (KUTV) — A decorated World War II veteran has a legacy that lives on, but with a mystery surrounding who should own the memorials of his service. A Roy man found some items that were not his, treasures from a soldier’s service, but he is hoping to return the items to his rightful owner. Jim Thorpe has medals and a flag that are among the highest honors that can be award a soldier, including a Purple Heart, for those wounded in action. Thorpe said he understands the value of the items.
WASHINGTON (WJLA) – An employee at the Department of Veterans Affairs in D. C. has been arrested after authorities say he recorded women in the restroom at work with a hidden camera. Authorities arrested 24-year-oldAlex Greenlee on Wednesday with four counts of voyeurism. According to court documents, authorities went to the Veteran Affairs office building on I Street NW in January after a woman discovered a ‘micro camera’ hidden underneath the stall next to her with a recording screen.
WASHINGTON (SBG) — A Camping World location in Statesville, North Carolina is embroiled in a major controversy after being told by the city to remove their American flag due to its size. Statesville, North Carolina is suing Camping World for allegedly violating regulations that state a flag which is 100 feet from the highway can’t be more than 25 feet x 40 feet, WSOC reports. The news outlet also says that according to a lawsuit, the city gave Camping World an exemption to the rule.
The United States government is a massive employer, and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open employment positions in locations across the country. Below you’ll find a Qualification Summary for an active, open job listing from the Department of Veterans Affairs. The opening is for a NURSE MANAGER OF […]