FEBRUARY 3, 1997

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Oscar Roloff: Meeting famous artist Bill Mauldin

Oscar Roloff One day during the Korean War, I had my feet on my desk when World War II's most famous artist, Bill Mauldin, walked in unannounced. He had come to the Far East to get underway with what he knows best, depicting military men as he saw them.

On the Road with Rex & Carol: A look back at motor vehicle history

On the Road The new 1997 cars and trucks represent the latest developments in performance, style, and safety. Just change the date and that statement would be true for every year since designers and inventors have created new ways to travel.

Little Bit volunteer receives award for service

Little Bit volunteers Redmond resident Linda Carr, a volunteer at Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center in Woodinville, has been awarded the Regional Volunteer of the Year Award by the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA).

Plunge of their lifetime

bungee wedding "Goin' to the chapel, gonna get married..." Not for Brecky Wright and Dutch Bihary of Bothell. They are one of five couples who will exchange their wedding vows on Valentine's Day while bungeeing off the "Big Top" ride at the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas.