Bill Huffman paints in his home. His painting skills were learned by watching PBS reruns of “The Joy of Painting,” with artist Bob Ross.
Some of Huffman’s paintings.
Paintings cover the walls of Huffman’s home. “When I listen to a hot bluegrass song, I can paint up to 5 a day,” said Huffman.
Bill Huffman paints in his home. He’s completed about 350 oil paintings, with all sales proceeds going to crime victims.
Stevens Pass’ video of aerial avalanche control went viral last week.
Winners of CrosSport Performance’s FIRE! fundraising competition March 1. From left to right: Grayson Hagopian, Reid Lovercamp, Danny Salas and Abbi Milner.
Firefighter Lyle Stewart works a stair climber in a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, held March 1 at Pybus Public Market.
Volunteer Lindsey Morrow puts up new signs as Salvation Army crews were busy Thursday preparing their new store at 1219 N. Wenatchee Ave. for its grand opening on Friday.
Salvation Army employee Thalia Alcantar arranges pillows on a bedding display at the new Salvation Army store at 1219 N. Wenatchee Ave. on Thursday. The new location, which originally opened in mid-January has its grand opening on Friday. The store’s selling space is 17,150 square feet, double the old storeÄôs size.