Auction items 

Goodbye Dolly: With their offers, fans are hanging on to Carol Channing

LOS ANGELES – For older men – and they are mostly men – Carol Channing was something of an obsession. They waited through the Broadway stage doors in Tampa for her to emerge. They devoured the “Hello, Dolly!” Cast album as a teenager, watched her on TV and in movies, and at times dressed in drag to pose as her – the exaggerated red lipstick, the buzz of a nasal voice, the comedic performance with wide eyes and shine of puffy hair. So there was an audience ready and waiting…

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Auction company 

Preview items now in the next big radio auction

The next Big Radio Auction starts this Monday (07/26/2021) at 7:00 a.m. and lasts until 7:00 p.m. Saturday evening (07/31/2021). Once again, the auction will be online for your convenience. Like last time around, we’ll be teaming up with our parent company’s auction site called Seize the Deal. The way the online auction works is that we pre-price many of our most popular items, so rather than waiting for the sold bell to ring, you can just go ahead and buy them right away with our “Buy it now” option.…

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Local auction 

Brooke Board of Directors Approves ALC Offer | News, Sports, Jobs

WELLSBURG – The Brooke County School Board has approved the sale of a double-width trailer formerly used by the school district’s Alternative Learning Center and the small lot at State Route 2 and 26th Street on which she is. On Monday, the board accepted an offer of $ 100,000 submitted by local real estate developer Brian Tennant at a public auction held at the site on July 6. After the auction, Tennant said he did not have specific plans for the property, but would not pursue any development that devalues…

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Back Mountain Library Auction Friends Attend Kick-Off Dinner

The 75th annual event will take place August 12-15 Three weeks away from the 75th Annual Back Mountain Library Memorial Auction, some friends of the library have planned how they will volunteer – Set up? Clean? Provide a stand? Some are hoping to win a raffle and perhaps win a Victorian diamond necklace, circa 1890, or perhaps the quilt that library supporter Leslie Horoshko made much more recently. And some, like Brian Davis, remember the adventures of past auctions. “I came of age during the library auction,” he recalls Monday…

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