Running Briggs Hardware.
Serving as mayor in the 1970s.
Selling peanuts on the Capitol Square.
Hosting WPTF’s Neighbor-to-Neighbor program.
She had to wear her own clothes.
She was not allowed to wear red because it was too difficult to light for television.
Some of the dresses she wore are now on display at the Smithsonian.
They were leftover pieces from the “I Love Lucy” show.
Cheated on emissions testing.
Filed for bankruptcy.
Supported Donald Trump’s presidential bid.
Misrepresented U.S. sales figures.
Appear on network television.
Visit the Pacific Northwest.
Meet the President.
School email addresses.
Deduct the expense.
Ask them to verify the date.
Sing “Happy Birthday.”
Use their likeness for advertising.
It is the last remaining facility to be named for the legendary broadcaster.
It is the first station to convert to digital.
It is the only station in the United States.
It has been designated as a national historic site.
Made a cameo appearance in the movie “A League of their Own.”
Received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Landed in Normandy as part of the D-Day invasion.
Started a chain of Italian restaurants.