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Legion, County Team Up For Veterans ID Cards

It’s something you would think veterans would already have. Many of them don’t, but they will soon be available in Nevada County. The County, along with the American Legion, will provide identification cards, proving that he or she is a veteran…

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County Veterans Services Officer Vic Ferrera says many businesses offer discounts as a way to honor veterans. Dennis Fruzza with the American Legion says occasionally, imposters try to take advantage of those offers…

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Ferrera says starting the middle of next month, you can get the card free of charge at the Grass Valley Veterans Building. If you have your discharge information, known as a D-D 214, you can just walk in…

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Both offices–the American Legion and County Veterans Services are located at the Vets Building. All services are free.

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