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KBEY Sells Your Unwanted Items
Tagged as: Buy and Sell
Got something to sell? Click on KBEY Trading Post to submit your item information. Or, you can email information by clicking the “Sell My Stuff” button below or call Ed and Kay at 830-693-6110 Friday mornings between 9 and 9:30 a.m. We’ll put it on the air — you do the rest. For private garage/yard sales or big items such as homes or property, visit the DailyTrib.com classifieds section to place an ad or call The Picayune at (830) 693-7152.
FOR DEC. 14, 2018
BYRON — Approximately 640 linear feet of 3½-inch colonial casing primed. (Sells for 62 cents a foot.) Great for floor base trim. Asking $150 or best offer. Also, 32 of 16 inches by 8 feet and four of 12 inches by 8 feet MDF shelving boards. Some 24 inches by 8 feet, too. Sells for over $1 a foot. Asking $150 or best offer. And, five of 36 inches by 8 feet and two of 32 inches by 8 feet insulated window units (vinyl frames) from sliding glass doors. Frames also available. Asking $150 or best offer. Call 512-507-4855.
JUDY — Looking for a round bale cedar. Call 830-265-8611.
BILL — 2007 larger, gasoline Club Car with FE 350 engine and all the bells and whistles. Red in color Asking $4,900. And 2007 Mercury outboard 4-stroke motor with power tilt, all the controls and steering. Asking $2,500 or best offer. Also, 9½ HP Evinrude for $300. Call 432-661-7124 or 512-793-2097.
CHUCK — Big trampoline for $75. Have to break down and haul. Call 512-715-2745.
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When Ed Chandler speaks, you want to listen. His smooth voice draws you into the story he’s telling as much as the anecdote itself. You can hear that voice from 6 to 10 each weekday morning on KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune. The longtime on-air personality brings a background destined for the hall of fame. […]
Kay Baker worked 11 years as a KBEY radio personality before leaving the Highland Lakes for Colorado in 2006. It was only a temporary loss. “We lived there during the worst winter they’d had in 20 years,” Baker remembers of her time in the Centennial State. “As soon as the roads cleared, we moved right […]