Combining creativity and ingenuity, the Texas veterans who reside at the Ussery-Roan Texas State Veterans Home in Amarillo have created items of beauty and functionality out of mere pallet wood.
The Texas Veterans Land Board has just added new forfeited tracts of land to the Type II category in the forfeited land sales program. These pieces of land are available for purchase by both veterans and non-veterans.
The Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) hosts free “come and go” veterans benefits fairs to showcase resources available to Texas veterans.
Employees at the Veterans Land Board recently held a donation drive for personal care items to fill 12 backpacks for homeless veterans in Central Texas. The VLB backpacks were delivered to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Care for Homeless Veterans Program in Austin. When homeless veterans visit the VA Outpatient Clinic at 7901 […]
Scheduled to occur quarterly in 2014, the Veterans Land Board will host Type I Forfeited Land Sales to eligible Texas veterans. In January, April, July and October, Type I tracts will be sold to the highest bidder.
As Veterans Day approaches, many local restaurants and businesses are looking for ways to say “Thank You” to our veterans for their service and sacrifice.
A team comprised of some of South Texas’ most patriotic people took home top honors in a festival that draws large crowds to a small town near San Antonio.
There is no question that Texas takes care of her veterans and their families.
Buying a piece of Texas land has never been easier. The Veterans Land Board works hard to make land purchases as efficient as possible for veterans.
A plan which drew nationwide applause to help the surviving spouses of the Fort Hood shooting came from humble beginnings.